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The new Force.com Toolkit for Google Data APIs provides a free and open-source set of tools and services that developers can use to take advantage of Google Data APIs from within Force.com. The goal of the toolkit is to make Google Data APIs ? starting with Spreadsheets, Documents and Calendar ? first class citizens of the Force.com environment. Specifically, the toolkit exposes these APIs directly within Apex, making it easier to access them natively from Force.com apps and providing tighter integration between the platforms with less developer effort.
Project Owner:  Ron Hess
Created: Sat Oct 18 00:39:13 GMT 2008
 ( 4 Reviews)  
Visualforce Calendar
Simple example of placing objects on a calendar using Visualforce and a data model that describes months as lists of weeks and weeks as lists of days. This is intended as a starting point for a project and serves no other use at this time. This can be used to create a custom calendar component.
Project Owner:  Ron Hess
Created: Sat Oct 18 00:39:13 GMT 2008
 ( 2 Reviews)  
Force.com for Amazon AWS
Force.com for Amazon Web Services lets developers easily create applications that integrate the power of Force.com and the Amazon Web Services (AWS). Combining a framework for authentication, native access to the AWS Simple Storage System (S3), and pre-built Amazon Machine Images (AMI), the toolkit provides the foundations nessesary to take advantage of these Amazon services directly within Force.com. You can now easily manipulate S3 objects from within Apex, and kickstart integration development with EC2. The download URl will allow you to install the code and examples in your Developer Edition org.
Project Owner:  Ron Hess
Created: Sat Oct 18 00:39:13 GMT 2008
 ( 2 Reviews)  
RSS Feed component
RSS feed reader class, written in Apex Code. This class makes callouts to a feed source, then returns the resulting feed into an easy to use object for display in Visualforce. The sample page included shows how this is done, you are free to edit the formatting that the component produces to suit your own page. This is an example only, not a complete application. There is no other documentation than the source for the project at this time.
Project Owner:  Ron Hess
Created: Sat Oct 18 00:39:13 GMT 2008
 ( 10 Reviews)  
Visualforce Gantt Chart
Visualforce Gantt Chart is a set of classes and a Visualforce page that allows you to display a Gantt chart, based on information in the force.com platform. This is best used to display project task information, including start/end dates, task information and resource(s) allocated to the task. <br/> <br/>The code is based on information stored in custom objects - a Projects object and related Project Tasks. Currently this project only gives details of the Visualforce page and Apex classes. We will update this to include the custom object definitions in the near future. <br/> <br/>The Visualforce page can then be used on its own or embedded in a standard force.com detail page, to provide Gantt chart details for the relevant Project.
Project Owner:  Stephen Brown
Created: Sun Nov 02 23:20:24 GMT 2008
 ( 4 Reviews)  
Force.com for Google Visualization
If you’ve wanted to embed data visualizations in your Force.com app, or if you’ve wanted to create your own dashboards using timelines, heat maps or other specialized visualizations, we have good news for you. We have put together this project to allow you to do just that. With the Visualforce components included in this project, you can now easily embed Google Visualizations in your Visualforce pages. To learn how to get the code and walk through a code sample, head on over to the wiki links listed below.
Project Owner:  Ron Hess
Created: Mon Nov 03 15:54:39 GMT 2008
 ( 7 Reviews)  
Force.com Toolkit for Facebook
The Force.com Toolkit for Facebook makes it easy to develop Force.com applications on the Facebook platform and bring Facebook data to your Force.com applications. These assets provide you direct access to the Facebook APIs from Force.com's Apex code, allowing the easy creation of new user experiences and Web applications that connect directly to Force.com’s database, integration, Apex programming language, and Visualforce user interface capabilities. This toolkit is a beta toolkit.
Project Owner:  DevAngel
Created: Mon Nov 03 16:47:43 GMT 2008
Visualforce and Apex Classes for building Google Earth and Google Maps applications. These classes and components allow developers to quickly understand and build Visualforce pages that display Google Maps and Google Earth directly in the browser. Map your accounts, or extend this project to map other objects that have Latitude and Longitude information. <br/>In addition there are Apex Test Methods that meet or exceed 75% code coverage so that you can quickly add these components to your existing Force.com apps. <br/> <br/>The Maps are shown using the Google Visualization framework. This allows you to take advantage of current and future features from Google easily and quickly.
Project Owner:  Ron Hess
Created: Fri Nov 07 17:24:30 GMT 2008
 ( 16 Reviews)  
SOQL Query Tool
The Appirio SOQL Query tool is an open source Visualforce SOQL query engine that allows you to run SOQL queries right from w/in your org. It displays the results in a grid below the input field and allows for sorting and other basic features.
Project Owner:  Kyle Roche
Created: Thu Mar 19 02:24:40 GMT 2009
 ( 4 Reviews)  
Mass Contact Transfer
VisualForce Page to perform Mass Contact Transfers. Functions very similar to the Mass Account Transfer page in SalesForce.com except that this page allows you to transfer ownership of any Contact by selecting the From/To user and using up to 5 lines of selection criteria. Selection Criteria works like all other Selection Criteria blocks in SalesForce.com. This page allows the user to reference fields on both the Contact and Account objects when selecting Contacts to transfer. In addition, the Selection Criteria Apex is written so that it can be re-used on another Apex Page.
Project Owner:  force2b
Created: Mon Mar 30 13:14:22 GMT 2009

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