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Launch Your Mobile App Fast and Clean with Salesforce1 Lightning!

December 1, 2016

Mobile applications deliver innovation faster and with better results. Salesforce1 Lightning, a new feature from Salesforce.com, makes it even easier to build those applications on any screen or device.

With its unique set of tools and technologies, Lightning can push your apps running on Salesforce1 to mobile devices at a faster speed. Here’s how!

  • Lightning App Builder has point-and-click functionality that allows you to customize your pages in Salesforce1 fast and with little development effort. Combine your components on a single page to access everything you use from one location.
  • Lightning Component Framework utilizes a reach component ecosystem that replicates key experiences from page to page and avoids additional duplication overhead. Lightning Components work either as Tabs or as Lightning Extensions, but can also use JavaScript on the client side, and Apex on the Server side, to enhance your creativity when building mobile apps.
  • Lightning Schema Builder makes the task of designing, implementing, and modifying your data model both easy and clean. Schema Builder gives you the ability to view and modify objects and relationships in your app through its dynamic environment.
  • Lightning Connect eliminates the need to use those cumbersome middleware tools that are currently required for connection. It also removes the necessity of having to make Salesforce data copies when pulling data in real time from SAP, Microsoft and Oracle. Users will be able to access updated stats and records whenever they have need.
  • Lightning Process Builder provides you with a swift and efficient method to build effect, time-saving workflows for all of those tedious routines that occur daily throughout your environment. All it takes is a few clicks.

With more than 45 certified Salesforce professionals, CoreValue can help make the most of Salesforce 1 Lightning for a fast launch of your mobile app.

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