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[SF1] Reveal.js as Lightning Components

A couple weeks back I was at Midwest Dreamin', a great event organized by the regional user and devloper groups. Last year was mostly admin material, but this year they expanded out to developer sessions this year. I had been looking for an excuse to convert some of my existing…

[SF1] Visualforce as Home Page Component

Every release for Force.com offers some sneaky new feature which is pretty easy to gloss over - but for those that need the feature, is actually really powerful. Free from the confines as a dashboard, Visualforce can now be added to the home page as an area component. This…

[SF1] Return of nofunc: Apex Templates

Quite some time ago, I started a series of blog posts that were all about creating an org/repo which was technically not functional - but existed as a starting point for functionality. Similar to how the excellent mavensmate offers the ability to not just create an Apex class that…