Don’t do it.
If you even think about doing it, you’re nuts.
This summarises the conclusion of an article I wrote half a year ago about my attempt to use Salesforce as the primary database for Ruby on Rails.
In details, just before I wrote the previous article, our boss insisted that we use the information we store in a database at Salesforce to run our application made with Ruby on Rails.
I thought he wanted our application to connect to Salesforce only to get the data we need, or to sync a copy of the data present there with our database running on PostgreSQL.… Continue reading “Ruby on Rails 3 with Salesforce: Conclusion”