How to build integrations with Salesforce.
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Salesforce Lightning is a component framework for Salesforce application development. However, depending on the type of application (for example, if you need to build out a customer portal that integrates to multiple internal systems), you may need a development platform that is more flexible with integrations and can provide a User experience better suited to the business requirements.
Depending on the type and complexity of the application, Salesforce might be a good fit. However, if you were planning on an application that would be accessed by all employees, you would need to ensure you have adequate Salesforce licensing for them.
Salesforce Lightning is a great tool to modify and customize your existing Salesforce CRM application; however, if the use case included more complex scenarios (like verifying a customer name in Dunn and Bradstreet or simplifying the sales rep experience), then OutSystems might provide a more flexible development environment. See how we've combined OutSystems with Salesforce to boost sales rep productivity.
How to Build an Offline Salesforce App, Part 1: Authenticate with Salesforce
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