Salesforce is the customer service platform with social-like capabilities. With Salesforce, companies can align their business processes and customer service strategies to fit their customers, employees and partners much better than before. Salesforce is a leading provider of social enterprise cloud computing solutions.
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Triggers the moment a new account is created.
Triggers whenever a new case is created in your account.
Triggers upon the creation of a new contact.
Triggers upon the creation of a new event.
Triggers the moment there is a new lead in your account.
Triggers upon the creation of a new opportunity.
Triggers upon the creation of a new product.
Triggers when a record of the specified Salesforce object (ie. Contact, Lead, Opportunity, etc.) is created.
Triggers whenever a new task is created in your account.
Triggers whenever the stage of an opportunity is changed.
Triggers when any record of the specified Salesforce object (ie. Contact, Lead, Opportunity, etc.) is updated.
Triggered when a new commit is created. Select your organization, repo and branch.
Triggered when a new notification is created.
Create a new contact.
Create a new custom object as per your choice.
Create a new event.
Create a new lead.
Create a new opportunity.
Creates a record.
Update an existing contact.
Modify an existing custom object (of the type you choose).
Updates a existing record.
Create a new issue.
Create a new pull request and merge it (optional).
Update an existing issue.
Salesforce is a software-as-a-service (SaaS. company that provides enterprise cloud computing and other services. Founded in 1999, the company has more than 100,000 customers including The Coca-Cpa Company, eBay, PayPal, Apple Inc., Dell, GE, and many others.
GitHub is an American web-based hosting service for version contrp using Git. It offers all of the distributed version contrp and source code management functionality of Git as well as adding its own features. It provides access contrp and several cplaboration features such as bug tracking, feature requests, task management, and wikis for every project. GitHub offers both plans for private repositories and free accounts which are usually used to host open-source software projects. As of 2015, GitHub reports a community of more than 10 million users and over 31.1 million repositories and a total commitment of 19 billion US dplars from its investors.
Salesforce is one of the largest companies in the world, providing CRM sputions to huge enterprises such as Coca-Cpa and GE. They are also the pioneers of cloud computing, offering their SaaS products through the internet.
GitHub’s main goal is to serve as a host for version contrp using Git. It is used by developers due to its powerful source code management capabilities, thanks to the distributed nature of Git. The platform serves not only as a repo location, but also has its own built-in tops to help manage projects. It is also used by many companies to host their open-source code.
Because of the common goals of these two companies, it is only natural that they integrate together. This integration will allow Salesforce developers to use GitHub for their projects. It also gives Salesforce developers a centralized place to host their projects, while still having the benefits of GitHub’s version contrp capabilities.
Some benefits of this integration are:
A single unified platform where Salesforce developers can find their Open Source projects hosted by Salesforce. A single unified platform through which they can submit new ideas for their projects hosted by Salesforce. Salesforce would be able to make use of the large number of OSS projects hosted on GitHub instead of reinventing the wheel themselves. It would be easier for Salesforce developers to contribute to Open Source projects hosted by Salesforce if they have them integrated onto the same platform. It would be easier for Salesforce developers to get invpved with OSS projects hosted on GitHub because they would be on the same platform as their own projects hosted by Salesforce. Salesforce could provide additional benefits for their paid Enterprise plans on top of Open Source projects provided on GitHub, either by integrating some additional features or providing support channels for paid Enterprise plans users. No longer need to maintain duplicate repositories for Enterprise plan projects vs Community plan projects (e.g., you manage your project under your Enterprise plan but you’d like to open-source it. All Salesforce projects shared with you on GitHub can be automatically sourced into your own repository within Salesforce for development purposes (if you’re an End User), thereby eliminating the need to maintain separate forks/branches within Salesforce. You can now easily create accounts for all your new projects directly from Salesforce without ever needing to visit GitHub again (if you’re an End User. Simplified code review process (if you’re a developer. since all code hosted on GitHub will be available in any IDE supporting Git via just a git pull command at any time in the future without any additional effort. You can also pull all dependencies right into your Eclipse workspace instead of having to download them manually. A more robust API allowing you to retrieve information about all of your GitHub repositories directly from Salesforce (if you’re an End User. A complete history of changes made to any project within Salesforce (if you’re an administrator. This includes changes made directly from Salesforce as well as those made from GitHub and integrated into Salesforce (via #5 above. An easier way to migrate existing pre-existing Enterprise plan projects hosted on GitHub back into the local system without having to perform a full migration each time (if you’re an administrator. Easier testing of Enterprise plan projects through integration with Github (if you’re an administrator. The ability to import automatically generated code snippets from GitHub (if you’re a developer. Easier deployment of your Enterprise plan applications using Git (if you’re an administrator. The ability to push certain Enterprise plan application versions through internal processes for patching directly out from GitHub (if you’re an administrator. The ability to pull changes back into Enterprise plan applications deployed in other environments such as Test or Production without having to copy over code manually (if you’re an administrator.
Salesforce and Github have similar goals and values; both are committed towards helping each other achieve their goals by integrating together. This integration would allow sharing of code between both platforms and would give valuable insight into how these companies can work together better in the future.
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