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We’ve just moved some of FoxWeave’s SaaS and Database connector implementations out to Github. We also created a Wiki (also on Github): FoxWeave Component Dev Wiki We’re hoping the combination of some reference connector implementations + wiki based developer documentation will help people … Continue reading
In the last while, we’ve added some really useful features to the FoxWeave UI, all with the ultimate goal of making it VERY easy to migrate or sync data between your Cloud and On-Premise Apps and DBs. Anyone can use FoxWeave now - … Continue reading
We often get asked if FoxWeave can be used to put a HTTP interface in front of other services and databases. Well the answer is yes, using the Webhook component. There are loads of use cases where this makes sense e.g. … Continue reading
There are a number of reasons why a company would want to synchronize multiple instance of Salesforce.com: After a merger/acquisition you may want to merge multiple salesforce instances into one. You may wish to sync a staging/testing instance of Salesforce.com … Continue reading
Last week I blogged a demo showing how to use FoxWeave to migrate a customer list from an In-House MySQL Database to Salesforce.com (as Accounts). In this blog we’re going to show another migration, this time migrating the same customer … Continue reading
FoxWeave is now part of the CloudBees PaaS Ecosystem Continue reading
Keeping data in sync on a day-to-day basis across cloud services (XaaS), and between cloud and on-premise datastores is obviously one of the key benefits of FoxWeave. This is very useful on its own, but for many companies there’s another … Continue reading
FoxWeave’s Salesforce.com Connectors support reading and writing of objects on a Salesforce.com account. In an earlier blog, we demonstrated a FoxWeave Integration that created Leads in Salesforce, triggered by a user inputting data on a Wufoo Form i.e. a Wufoo to Salesforce integration. In this … Continue reading
One of FoxWeave’s key features is the range of choices it offers when it comes to running Integration Apps that are Designed/Built, Managed and Monitored on the FoxWeave Service running in the Cloud. One of these options is the In-House option, which … Continue reading