Apex · Lightning · Report

Displaying standard report data in Lightning component

Sometime we might end up the slow performance of showing custom charts by querying the object data- if the data is in millions. The best way to improve the performance is by creating a standard report and getting data of report to apex with ReportManager class. we can also pass the filter values based on… Continue reading Displaying standard report data in Lightning component

Apex · Lightning · Salesforce

Highlights of Winter’19 Release Notes: Part II

“Aloha Trailblazers Ohana” We bring you back the Part II highlights of Winter’19 Release!! Let’s learn new and blaze our trail!! Don’t miss out to read the part I highlights to stay updated about the new features!! Part I Highlights Lightning Communities: Content Management, Flows for Guest Users, and Filtered Search Results 1. Upgrade to Latest… Continue reading Highlights of Winter’19 Release Notes: Part II

Apex · Integration

Making Callouts with Batch Apex for Data of over 12 MB

  Those who often work on integrations of Salesforce with other platforms must be familiar with the restrictions imposed on callout requests or responses. For those who are not so familiar, the maximum heap size of callouts (either HTTP or WebService calls) is 6 MB for synchronous apex and 12 MB for asynchronous apex. Not… Continue reading Making Callouts with Batch Apex for Data of over 12 MB

Apex · heroku · Lightning · Salesforce

INTRODUCTION TO SALESFORCE IoT CLOUD

These words “Internet of Things”, have taken the world through a storm. The devices that we could not even think of can now communicate with each other with a simple click. Today, everyday objects are using the internet to connect to the cloud, forming what has become known as the “Internet of Things” or “IoT”. The ‘thing’… Continue reading INTRODUCTION TO SALESFORCE IoT CLOUD