Simple development server for Force.com, based on force-server, from Christophe Coenraets (https://github.com/ccoenraets). CORS Proxy for Salesforce REST calls + Web Server to load application assets.
JavaScript HTML
Switch branches/tags
Nothing to show
Clone or download
Fetching latest commit…
Cannot retrieve the latest commit at this time.
Permalink
Failed to load latest commit information.
bin
oauth
.gitignore
README.md
app.json
index.html
package.json
server.js

README.md

SSL ForceServer

SSL ForceServer is a server to be used with CORS that allow to use SSL certificates. It was designed to connect applications that use Salesforce OAuth and REST services. The original force-server was created by Christophe Coenraets and extended after need to connect to SalesForce REST API without use the SalesForce MobileSDK for to get access in special by User-Password Flow.

SSL ForceServer allow to use SSL certificate and requests in JSON, instead x-www-form-urlencoded, beyond provide two main features:

  • Proxy server to avoid cross-domain policy issues when invoking Salesforce REST services.

  • Local web-server to (1) serve the OAuth callback URL defined in your Connected App, and (2) serve the whole app during development and avoid cross-domain policy issues when loading files (for example, templates) from the local file system.

Installing SSL ForceServer

Open a command prompt and type:

npm install -g ssl-forceserver

or (Unix-based systems)

sudo npm install -g ssl-forceserver

Run the Server

Navigate to the directory where you created index.html, and type:

ssl-forceserver

This command will start the server on port 8200, and automatically load your app (http://localhost:8200) in a browser window. You'll see the Salesforce login window, and the list of contacts will appear after you log in.

You can change the port number and the web root. Type the following command for more info:

ssl-forceserver --help

Uninstalling the CLI

To uninstall the CLI:

npm -g rm ssl-forceserver

or

sudo npm -g rm ssl-forceserver

Deploying SSL ForceServer to Heroku

SSL ForceServer is CORS-enabled. Instead of running it locally as a development server, you can deploy it to Heroku as your Proxy Server. Click the button below to deploy SSL ForceServer to Heroku:

Deploy