by • August 5, 2019
The DreamFactory platform supports thousands of data sources, but did you know the platform’s very first offering was to integrate Salesforce data? This is perhaps not a surprise, given the enormously important role Salesforce plays within enterprises large and small. IT teams often need to migrate Salesforce data into and out of databases such as MySQL and SQL Server, not to mention create customized Salesforce dashboards. These sorts of tasks are easy to do using DreamFactory’s native Salesforce connector.
We’ve just published a new chapter within our Getting Started with DreamFactory guide titled “Integrate Salesforce Data Using DreamFactory”. In this chapter you’ll learn how to configure the Salesforce connector, retrieve accounts, retrieve a specific account, and update an account. We’ll be dramatically expanding this chapter in the coming weeks to include additional features, but wanted to make this initial set of examples available as early as possible!
Read more about API integration in our guide.
Jason is the author of almost a dozen books on web development, including most recently Easy Laravel 5, and Beginning PHP and MySQL, 4th Edition. He’s the co-founder of the CodeMash Conference, one of the largest software conferences in the Midwestern United States.
Jason serves as a technical advisor to the boards of several technology startups. His free time is spent playing with his kids and reading.
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