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Enrico Simonetti
Click to view contentTLDR  Developing Sugar on Docker, get up to speed now!   The long version  What are Docker containers? If containers for you are more than the two pictures below… then you are in the right place!     As you might be aware, there has been and there continues to be a lot of hype around containers. The hype really started with Docker, but… (Show more)
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Jennifer Karpus-Romain
Click to view contentEven though we live in a world that’s dominated by rapidly evolving technology, plenty of businesses are still very skeptical about every new advancement. For instance, old-school tactics are surprisingly common in sales. These “traditions” include paper contracts, siloed recordkeeping, and in-person only interactions. Meanwhile, companies that… (Show more)
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Jennifer Karpus-Romain
Click to view contentA major part of any CRM implementation is migrating data. This process involves getting input from multiple departments, creating processes, and (of course) your data. Since migration is so challenging, it can be easy to get overwhelmed. But don’t fret. You can tackle migration one step at a time. You’ll be able to navigate your way through the… (Show more)
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Sarah Friedlander Garcia
Click to view contentGrowing your business is a worthy goal and more often than not, a must - if you aspire to get beyond that barely-getting-by level. But doing that can be terrifying because so many things can go wrong. That’s why you need great allies in researching and planning your next steps in order to succeed. So what can you do to turn your business into the… (Show more)
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Matt Marum
Click to view contentIf you were at UnCon in April 2015 then you know that one of our hottest topics was plans for a SugarCRM Mobile SDK.  Since mobile devices and mobile use cases are such a key part of what Customer Relationship Management and Customer Experience is today and will be in the future, we are planning to enhance the SugarCRM Mobile development platform… (Show more)
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Brieanne Rowe
Click to view contentSugarCRM's Spring '19 (9.0) release is here!! Learn more about our new release and all is has to offer in the What's new in 9.0video on Sugar University. We cover the following new features and functionality:  Outgoing Email Accounts Shared email accounts : Teams of users can now send emails from shared email accounts. Outbound accounts created… (Show more)
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Matt Marum
Click to view contentWhat 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 using Sugar Studio, Module Builder, or even custom code are implemented by modifying metadata.   How can I know that the custom… (Show more)
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Jesse Heller
Click to view contentOne of the most frequent requests we get as a leading Sugar partner is from clients that have large groups of customers or partners or other outside reps that may need access to a small portion of their CRM data, but not all of their CRM data. What to do? Does it make sense to give these folks access to Sugar? Even on a limited access basis? We… (Show more)
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Matt Marum
Click to view contentHey 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 Sugar 9.0!   See below for all the information Sugar Developers need to know. Sugar end users can be directed over to one of the official… (Show more)
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David Ranney
Click to view contentIn our last post we covered the basics of adding a custom chart layout. Today's post will build on that example to cover some of the more advanced configurations that are possible using charts in Sugar.  Like the previous post, this is targeted at a beginner to intermediate skilled Sugar Developer who is interested in building custom charts. … (Show more)
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David Ranney
Click to view contentThis blog will be the first in a two part series on building Charts components for Sugar 7. This post is targeted at beginner to intermediate Sugar Developers who want to learn how to build their first Chart component.This post assumes some basic knowledge of Sugar 7 development, Sugar 7 administration, JavaScript, and PHP.  This information… (Show more)
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Matt Marum
Click to view contentImpatience 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. For example, a programmer's "laziness" will drive them to get as much work done as possible with the least amount of effort. They say… (Show more)
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