As I read over the discussions of taxonomies, it is obvious how a website can benefit from implementing taxonomies. The main example that came to mind was Amazon.com. 104 more words
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In this post I’ll examine the value of using the Dublin Core relation element in indexing our DePol engravings.
The first question to pose would be “how might this element be used?” While for the football images it could conceivably be used to bring together images of the same game, most of the DePol engravings do not come in such clear groupings. 185 more words
I found Bruce Sterlings description of Spimes quite interesting, and it meshes neatly with an idea I discussed in an earlier blog post. According to Sterling, a Spime is “A Spime is a location-aware, environment-aware, self-logging, self-documenting, uniquely identified object that flings off data about itself and its environment in great quantities.” We already have this to some extent — our smartphones, tablets, computers and other gadgets constantly generate large amounts of metadata, though unlike Sterling’s conception of a Spime, that metadata is generally private (unless you’re the NSA). 299 more words
Force.com Tooling API : Create Apex class, Apex Trigger dynamically and update/delete Apex Trigger, Apex class using Tooling API with REST API
In summer ’13 salesforce introduced a new set of API to control organization object like Apex class, Apex Trigger, TraceFlag, Visualforce Pages and other components from outside the organization. 1,245 more words