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Developing Visualforce Apps using Salesforce Angular

Have you ever wondered how cool it would be to have the flexibility and features Salesforce Angular JS framework provides, inside a Visualforce page in Salesforce platform? Well, wait no more, keep reading to get a perfect solution for this. This blog will introduce you to AngularJS in salesforceand how to develop Visualforce apps using angular.

Every web application requires client-side JavaScript, HTML, and CSS. Without using any server framework like Rails, Node, PHP, etc. the entire application can be built using just the front-end tools and languages.

What is ANGULARJS in Salesforce?

Salesforce Angular JS is a powerful JavaScript framework for constructing dynamic web applications. It is used to develop mobile and web applications. The good thing about Angular is that it has a set of primed modules to simplify the building of single page applications. Single page application (SPA) is a web application that dynamically renders the data on the current page without reloading the whole page. All the code (JS, HTML, and CSS) is retrieved with a single page load and navigation between pages is performed without reloading the whole page.

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What do you mean by Salesforce Big Objects?

Have you ever been in a situation where you need to store a gigantic amount of data in your Salesforce org? Are you tired of using third-party storage systems and writing web service calls to get the massive amount of data? Having to crunch those large numbers, though a reflection of your own success, can be troublesome and performance degrading.

Salesforce has come to the rescue again by introducing big objects salesforce which are objects with massive storage capabilities on the Salesforce platform itself. They provide consistent performance over a data set of the order of billions and are accessible through a standard set of APIs to your org or to an external system.

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