Apex · CLI · Salesforce · Salesforce DX

Getting started with Salesforce DX

What is Salesforce DX? The term Salesforce Developer Experience (DX) encompasses both a set of tools and new features that affect the app development lifecycle. Salesforce DX introduces a new development paradigm that shifts the center of your world from monolithic, org-based development to modular, artifact-based development. This model streamlines the entire development life cycle, with… Continue reading Getting started with Salesforce DX

Apex · Lightning · Salesforce · Salesforce Einstein

Grocery Stock Maintenance Using Einstein Object Detection

Let suppose a grocery store wanted to update the daily stock of juice cartons that are of different brand refrigerated. This cannot be done manually every day by counting each carton of a different brand. Think when you have a system that helps you in identifying daily stock, here Einstein Object Detection helps the grocery… Continue reading Grocery Stock Maintenance Using Einstein Object Detection

Apex · Lightning · Salesforce

Handling Exceptions in Lightning using AuraHandledExceptions

Exceptions are bad unless we know what actually caused them. My personal experience with exceptions has always been quite bad. It becomes worse if you are working with Lightning Components. Errors happen. Sometimes they’re expected, such as invalid input from a user, etc. and sometimes they just appear out of the blue, leaving you clueless.… Continue reading Handling Exceptions in Lightning using AuraHandledExceptions

Apex · Lightning · Salesforce

Highlights from Summer ’18 release: Part II

We have come up with few more highlights of this Summer ’18 release notes. Hope you have gone through the first part Highlights from Summer ’18 release: Part I, if not, this is the right time check out the first part. Lightning Communities: Improve Your Customer’s Community Experience with Progressive Rendering Now you have finer control… Continue reading Highlights from Summer ’18 release: Part II

Apex · Lightning

Grouped Bar Graph In Lightning Using Strike Bar Graph Component Extension

There are multiple situations when we need to display a chart in our lightning component. We have seen in an earlier blog (REF), the process to use strike components to generate charts in lightning. However, in some cases we may need to display a chart grouped by certain parameters just like how we do in… Continue reading Grouped Bar Graph In Lightning Using Strike Bar Graph Component Extension

Apex · Integration · Lightning · REST · Salesforce

Salesforce Integration with LinkedIn

Posting message to social media through Salesforce makes it easy as Salesforce provide all flexibility in developing customer relationships. Posting and getting information from one of the social media helps to increase the number of customers and achieve targets. Let suppose any company is having their LinkedIn page where users should log in and upload status or image.… Continue reading Salesforce Integration with LinkedIn