Salesforce Spring ’18 Has Sprung

Salesforce Spring ’18 Has Sprung

Spring is on its way, which means the Salesforce Spring ’18 release has arrived, and with it, a number of key things we think our customers should be implementing. This was a big release in a lot of ways, and we will highlight a few key areas for each of the main clouds for customers to start thinking about.…

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The Ten Commandments of Apex

The Ten Commandments of Apex are fundamental rules that Force.com developers can use to architect and develop top-notch Force.com applications. In this video from Dreamforce 2013, Force.com MVP Kevin Poorman discusses the pitfalls that often cause difficulties for developers new to the platform. …

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How to Get the Most Out of Dreamforce DF13

Dreamforce 2013 is just around the corner and minus the crowds, I’m most looking forward to, well, almost everything; the sessions, keynotes, networking, music and fun.  With more than 1000 expert-led sessions (and more than approximately 50,000 people to compete with for sessions), it’s critical to carefully plan your Dreamforce conference agenda ahead of time.…

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How Salesforce Administrators Can Use Visualforce Pages to Manage Trigger Execution

If you were to ask your project manager and your developer to define a trigger, and then compare their definition to yours, you’ll probably end up with three very different answers. Triggers are often a quick-fix for project mangers who know the declarative interface just won’t solve this one. Raise your hand if you’ve ever heard the phrase “just a quick...

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Auditing an Organization in Salesforce

I still get butterflies when signing into an established Salesforce Organization for the first time. I ask myself things like, “Are there going to be 2 custom objects, or 200?”, “Have they ever created a custom field?” and “Are they running into their field limit?” Since I get to explore four to six new instances every year, I’ve created a checklist to ensure that I explore the critical areas...

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The Good Word on Unit Tests, HTTP Callouts, and Creating Test Data

So you want to mix dml inserts and make callouts in your tests? That’s Cray Cray! Here’s the low down on how to get around the “You have uncommitted changes pending please commit or rollback…” when trying to mix DML and HTTP Callouts in your test methods. First, a little background (and a health and safety warning) Sooner or later you’ll be faced with testing a...

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Case Feeds: The Salesforce UI of The Future!

We’ve all heard the grumbling, and it’s starting to sound more like a dull roar; Service Cloud Case Feeds for all objects! None of us can say when or where, but Salesforce keeps whispering that the fantastic Case Feed UI will be available on other platforms and objects. I can’t confirm or deny, but I can say gosh, I hope so!…

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How to Best Define and Use Salesforce Leads, Accounts, Contacts, and Opportunities

As someone who has been helping companies implement Salesforce for the past 6 years, I have had many conversations about how to best define and use Leads, Accounts, Contacts and Opportunities within Salesforce. People tend to use these terms interchangeably in general business discussions, which is usually not an issue, but these terms have a different connotation when used within...

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