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Spark dramatically reduces application development and customer support costs on Salesforce by providing a templated and patterned approach to building managed and unmanaged packages—organizing the basic building blocks into a coherent whole. Simply put, Spark takes care of infrastructure, plumbing, and transaction management, and allows developers to build better apps while writing less code. Spark’s system management feature surfaces application performance and usage analytics that eliminate unnecessary replication, allowing for better resource decisions based on user data.
Key Benefits for ISVs
Of course you can but, for the first time, you now have a choice as to whether to build directly on the platform or on the platform using the Fonteva Framework to accelerate your projects. If you were beginning a Java project, you would more than likely start with one of the many Java Frameworks. In fact, according to ZeroTurnAround, 9 in 10 java developers begin their project using a Java Framework and 20% use more than one framework.
Although the Force.com platform provides a wealth of application development functionality, it lacks the means to organize the basic building blocks into a coherent whole, leaving the task to architects and developers.
At its core, the Spark Framework is an Inversion of Control container that provides comprehensive infrastructure support with a series of native Apex APIs.
Simply put, Spark Framework takes care of infrastructure, plumbing, and transaction management, and allows developers to build better apps writing less code.
Spark Framework can be deployed to solve a number of issues developers encounter when building apps on the Force.com platform.
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