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    1. Technology for Clothing Suits George Zimmer Just Fine

      Technology for Clothing Suits George Zimmer Just Fine

      We love us some @GeorgeZimmer.

      “We use Salesforce pretty aggressively on the zTailors side. We leverage Heroku, but on Generation Tux we do Docker and whatnot,” he said. “On zTailors, we use Salesforce for customer care, then we have a homegrown solution for organizing logistics for the tailors."

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    2. Salesforce and Facebook just announced a partnership — sort of

      Salesforce and Facebook just announced a partnership — sort of

      Parse, the popular app development tool owned by Facebook, and Heroku, the popular app development platform owned by Salesforce, have announced an integration that makes life easier for their mutual customers, according to a blog post published Thursday on Parse's website.

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    3. Announcing Heroku + Parse: Flexible Platform Meets Feature-rich SDKs

      Announcing Heroku + Parse: Flexible Platform Meets Feature-rich SDKs

      Most modern mobile apps depend heavily on the app’s back-end. That’s because many of the expectations users have for mobile apps today -- for the application to work regardless of network connectivity, to notify them when relevant content changes, to have integrations with the social networks they use, for appropriate levels of security, and a hundred other things -- are reliant on the app’s back-end services.

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      Mentions: Heroku Mobile
    4. Salesforce App Cloud tries to meld two different development worlds

      Salesforce App Cloud tries to meld two different development worlds

      Since buying Heroku, Salesforce.com has tried to balance it with its internal Force.com development environment. App Cloud is a further step to bridge those diverse worlds.  

      Salesforce announced App Cloud on Thursday, another step towards bridging its different Heroku and Force.com software development environments. The promise is that developers can use both Heroku and Force services to build applications going forward, and customers won’t have to worry about what in those applications runs where.

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    5. Deploying Apps to Heroku with Docker

      Deploying Apps to Heroku with Docker

      Yesterday Heroku released beta support to build and deploy Heroku apps with Docker. It would be an understatement to say that this created quite a bit of buzz inside Appirio. We are big fans of Docker and have been promoting it for all types of uses, blogging about it and using it for our topcoder challenges. With so many developers on the topcoder platform (750,000+), Docker mitigates environment issues involved with launching challenges, evaluating submissions and putting code into production.

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      Mentions: Heroku Appirio
    6. Announcing Heroku Elements – The Marketplace for the Builders of the App Economy

      Announcing Heroku Elements – The Marketplace for the Builders of the App Economy

      These days, apps are more composed than built. Long past are the days of spinning up your own Elasticsearch cluster to add search to your application. Instead we borrow from previous projects, and adapt a template as a good foundation. It’s a great improvement – but the process of keeping up to date with the right services, tools, and templates can be a time consuming task at best, and an overwhelming flood of new information at worst.

      Today we're excited to announce Heroku Elements, a new marketplace that brings all of the pieces within our Heroku ecosystem together in ...

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    7. Salesforce.com ties Force.com to Heroku for richer app development

      Salesforce.com ties Force.com to Heroku for richer app development

      Salesforce.com has made another step toward unifying its family of application development technologies with Salesforce1 Heroku Connect, which synchronizes data between its Force.com platform and Heroku. Heroku Connect allows data to flow in both directions between Force.com and Postgres databases used by Heroku. 

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