Archive for March, 2008

NetSuite Integration Overview

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I’ve spent the past two weeks working on integrations between Bungee Connect and various On Demand CRM suites. At the time of this blog post, I am making available three reference applications. These small and simple applications perform the basic functionality of authentication, reading data, and writing data. The code is well commented and straightforward, providing an excellent foundation for one to base their own code on. Read the rest of this entry »

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Oracle/Siebel CRM On Demand Integration Overview

Oracle/Siebel CRM On Demand

Overview

I’ve spent the past two weeks working on integrations between Bungee Connect and various On Demand CRM suites. At the time of this blog post, I am making available three reference applications. These small and simple applications perform the basic functionality of authentication, reading data, and writing data. Read the rest of this entry »

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Salesforce Integration Overview

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Overview

I’ve spent the past two weeks working on integrations between Bungee Connect and various On Demand CRM suites. At the time of this blog post, I am making available three reference applications. These small and simple applications perform the basic functionality of authentication, reading data, and writing data. The code is well commented and straightforward, providing an excellent foundation for one to base their own code on. Read the rest of this entry »

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See the Results of Intern DevFest 2008

In late 2007, fifty Computer Science university students applied for 2008 internships at Bungee Labs. We flew nine of the most promising applicants from around the US to join Bungee Labs for our first “Intern DevFest”.

Over a 24 hour period the students had to extend WideLens – the Bungee Connect calendaring reference application – to develop new features and create a new derivative WideLens application…then present the results to the judging panel.

The nine students slogged hard all day (with frisbee breaks!) and most of the night and then presented their solutions to the judging team the next morning.

Check out the video highlights of the four winners.

Alex Barnett, VP Community

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Status: Mashup Delay…more tomorrow

Here’s the status of our mashup for the Open Social Hack-a-Thon:

  • Twitter is integrated and performing adequately.
  • Google Contacts is integrated, but we have not been able to fix a blocker bug. (I blame it on lack of sleep.)
  • Oauth is working, but the undocumented MySpace REST API has hung us up at every turn.
  • The main architecture is complete, and seems to work.
  • The main form, while not beautiful yet, is working.
  • Our detail form for the Google Contact type works.

So all in all, we got close, but we have not deployed a new version because the “show it live” part isn’t ready.

We hope to have something live tomorrow…after some sleep. Here’s a screenshot of what we have at the moment (click to embiggen):

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And they’re off…

The first drop of our mashup is now online…

…but it ain’t much.

We have a placeholder page that you can now watch for updates.

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Our Mashup Plan for Tonight’s Hackathon

Tonight we do the mash.

As my colleague Brad Hintze recently posted, Bungee Labs is hosting a hackathon event for Utah Social Media Developer Garage, and three of us from Bungee Labs will be hacking together a social mashup of our own using Bungee Connect.

We start with no code, three developers, four APIs, and less than 4 hours to make something interesting. Read the rest of this entry »

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