The BCDN Blog Has Moved

If you are one of the subscribers to this feed, or you have arrived here via a link from another page, please join us at our new location:

http://bungeeconnect.wordpress.com

Why the move? While Bungee Labs is the company that sponsors the feeds hosted on this blog, we felt that it would be more appropriate to use the name of the platform offering of Bungee Labs. We hope this switch to use “Bungee Connect” will be a one-time change early in the history of our blog. Thanks for sticking with us through the move.

–Ted Haeger

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A Little Design Love Goes a Long Way for Rich Web Applications

With rich web technology on the rise, it’s easy to get hung up in technology and forget the design. The increasing options to add application functionality (ajax, web services, etc.) make it easy to forget that no amount of functionality can make up for an ugly UI. I contend that as rich web apps become increasingly more sophisticated, those that go the extra distance to provide better visual appeal and ease-of-use will beat out the apps that just have extra functionality. Read the rest of this entry »

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Extending salesforce.com with the Apex API

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Bungee Boys at Dreamforce Developer Conference

Alex Barnett, Brad Hintze, Lyle Ball and Ted Haeger will be at Salesforce.com’s DreamForce conference next week. We’ll be spending a lot of time in the developer lounge, attending developer sessions, and eating sushi at Blowfish.

Leave us a comment if you’d like to hook up with us while we’re there.

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How To: Forms, Design and Layout

During our beta stage, and while we finish rounding off the corners of Bungee Connect, there are a number of features I want to start shedding more light upon. This is the first in a series blog posts I’ll be publishing that I hope our beta developers will find useful.

This particular post will be a quick hit at Form development in the builder. Bungee Connect is all about rich UI, so this is a natural place to start. Read the rest of this entry »

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Next Jump Call: 11 Sep 07

Due to the U.S. Holiday on Monday, we have moved the September “Jump Call” to the 11th, at 2:00 MDT.

The Jump Call provides web developers in the Bungee Connect Early Access Beta with an opportunity to talk directly with the Bungee team, and ask questions about Bungee Connect.

Agenda for the Sep 11 Jump Call:

  1. What’s in latest system update to Bungee Connect
  2. A short Update and How to on Bungee Connect Documentation
  3. Open Q&A

Please pre-register for the event, see the forums post in the Bungee Connect Developer Network.

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