Log in to follow, share, and participate in this community. What is the Sugar Metadata API? As you probably know, Sugar metadata encompasses the settings, data model (Vardefs), and visual layouts (Viewdefs) used by the Sugar application. The majority of changes made to Sugar u... In response to the recent evolution of the SugarCRM product line, we’ve compiled a list of answers to some common questions that we have received from the developer community about our new products. This FAQ wil... Hi, my name is Julian Haresco and I am a Software Engineering Intern at SugarCRM. I am going to be a rising senior at Purdue University majoring in Computer Science with a focus in Machine Learning and Software Engine... Hello Sugar Developers! Fall is upon us and we have lots of things to share. We want to make sure you are ready for the Sugar Fall '19 release, so we're hosting two webinars just for yo... Hey Sugar devs! Spring is in the air (for the northern hemisphere)! This can mean only two things: allergy season has started and a new Sugar On-Site release is now available. Let me introduce to you ... We recently held a webinar on How to write code for SugarCloud. At the end, we gave a summary of some of the Dos and Don'ts for working with SugarCloud. With more and more customers utilizing SugarCloud produc... Many customers want to configure Sugar for Single Sign On (SSO). Well Sugar supports Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) so this must be easy, right? But the devil is always in the details. Each SAML... As of this writing, all current Sugar versions (7.9 extended, 8.0, and Sugar cloud) supports and uses PHP 7.1. This PHP version was released in 2016 and entered security support on December 1st 2018. While we’ve... When it comes to CRM, sales professionals know where their customer relationships stand when they have clear insight into past events. The best CRM systems present a historical audit trail that is simple for... Sugar Summer '19 release is officially live! There's a huge buzz around our offices for this release - it's very exciting! Summer '19 introduces brand new Sugar products as well as many enhancements for existing ... Introduction
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Enabling Teams denormali... Post originally written by tshubbard. In our previous "Hello World" dashlet post, we established what a minimal dashlet entailed. In these next post, we'll be building on those skills to create a more use... We intend to disable support for TLS v1.1 and older in the SugarCloud. This action is consistent with the rest of the industry. It may impact some Sugar integrations that connect to the SugarCloud. If you are hosting ... Hello Sugar Developers! We often get questions about building code customizations for SugarCloud. Even experienced developers who have developed customizations for on-site Sugar installations do not know what i... SugarCRM strives to be the "No-Touch" CRM. One of the most important steps in making this vision a reality is to integrate Sugar with systems that customers uses to engage with organizations. For exampl... Hello Sugar Developers! Summer is just heating up and we have a boat load of stuff to share. We want to make sure you are ready for the Sugar Summer '19 release, so we're hosting two webinars just for you! ... Those who have been around a while will know that SugarCRM Inc. was built around a single product called “Sugar”. Sugar is such a part of our DNA today that we often use “Sugar” and “Suga... Here is a guest post from Sugar Developer Francesca Shiekh who works for our customer Wolfram Research. She also happens to be one of the most active developers in the Sugar Developer Com... Good Morning, Sugar Developers! My name is Michael Shaheen and I am SugarCRM’s new Developer Advocate. I’ll be working with Matt Marum to maintain relationships between our developer communit... Impatience is a virtue Larry Wall (the inventor of Perl) is credited with identifying the three great virtues of a programmer: "laziness, impatience, and hubris." These virtues are usually shared with a wink. ...