Here you'll find all the latest information on my Tools for Salesforce.com and Web Services tools for Windows

If you any questions, comments or suggestions, contact me on twitter, or create an issue in the relevant repo in Github.

Many of these projects are open source, hosted at Github.

ZKSforce v45.0 : January 12, 2019

An open source Cocoa library for accessing the Salesforce.com API, the library that powers SoqlXplorer, SF3 and Maildrop. Supports both OSX & iOS.

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SoqlX v3.0 : November 25, 2018

SoqlXplorer is an OSX based schema explorer tool for Salesforce.com, its a native Cocoa based application to explore your Salesforce.com schema and data. An invaluable tool for any Salesforce.com developer.

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Trapdoor v1.11 : February 24, 2017

Securly manage all your Salesforce.com credentials on your keychain, and quickly login as any account.

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LexiLoader v30.0 : June 5, 2014

An OSX build of the Apex Data Loader application, quickly export, create or update data in your Salesforce.com organization.

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An open source Python library for accessing the Salesforce.com API.

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PocketHTTP v1.3.4 : September 15, 2012

A fully featured HTTP 1.1 client for the windows family including SSL & compression support.

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Maildrop v2.93 : May 31, 2012

Easy integration for your email in Mail, Entourage and Outlook 2011 to Salesforce.com

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An applescriptable application whose focus is making API calls to Salesforce.com, allows you more easily build integrations between your OSX Desktop/Applications and Salesforce.com.

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PocketSOAP v1.5.5 : August 16, 2009

A SOAP Client library for the windows family with support for SOAP 1.1, SOAP 1.2, SwA, DIME, WS-Attachments, extensible serialization model, HTTP/1.1, SSL, Compression.

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YATT (Yet Another Trace Tool) v0.3.0.352 : April 24, 2006

YATT is a project to replace the current proliferation of trace tools ( tcpTrace, proxyTrace, pcapTrace ), with a single extensible tracing tool. YATT features a new GUI built with WTL, complete with a Hex View mode, and currently ships with 2 Trace providers, one based on WinPCAP and one based on the W2K Raw sockets support.

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TcpTrace v0.8.0 : May 28, 2005

Once you start working with SOAP, one of the first tools yourealize you need is something that can monitor HTTP traffic.

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Pocket XML-RPC v1.2.1 : February 26, 2005

An XML-RPC COM client library for the Windows family (PocketPC,9x,NT,W2K,XP), it supports all the XML-RPC types including arrays and structs, and comes with an easy to use 'expando' struct object, along with support for HTTP basic authentication, proxy servers, proxy authentication and SSL.

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WSDL Wizard for PocketSOAP v2.3.0 : May 9, 2004

This is a major revision of the WSDL Proxy Generator, it now supports rpc/encoded and document/literal style services, it will generate a complete VB6 project, including classes for complex types and custom serializers. The 2.2 release adds support for hierarchies of complex types along with other improvements.

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4s4c v1.3.8 : March 2, 2002

aka Simon's SOAP Server Services For COM : a set of components for exposing COM objects as SOAP web services.

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PcapTrace v0.1 : September 3, 2001

Fed up with changing your code just to get some wire dumps, well those days are over ! PcapTrace puts the familar GUI from tcpTrace on top the Windows Packet Capture library. Simply fire up PcapTrace and start capturing those HTTP traces.

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ProxyTrace v0.1.2 : April 9, 2001

tcpTrace works great until you run into WSDL, then its not so good. Here's a HTTP proxy server based on tcpTrace that makes working with HTTP based SOAP tools easier, especially those using WSDL.

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