Category: Developers

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Unpackaged Metadata for Package Creation Tests in Spring 21

Bob Buzzard Blog Introduction The Spring 21 release of Salesforce introduced a useful new feature for those of us using second generation managed or unlocked packages (which really should be all of us now) – the capability to have metadata…

Salesforce Workbench

Apex Hours In this post we will talk about what is Workbench in Salesforce and what all we can do with this tool. Workbench is a powerful, web-based suite of tools designed to interact with Salesforce.com organizations via the Force.com…

5 Pillars of a successful Salesforce DevOps process

Apex Hours In this session we will talk about the 5 Pillars of a successful Salesforce DevOps process. What is DevOps DevOps = automated, more regular releases OR DevOps = simply a better way of managing releases /deployments Why is…

RFC for Your CSV

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Explore the Salesforce Marketing Cloud APIs with a Postman Collection

Salesforce Developers Blog Salesforce Marketing Cloud exposes a rich set of APIs that allow you to integrate your Marketing Cloud instance with third party systems in a variety of scenarios. There is robust documentation on the available APIs, but we…

Design Patterns and Best Practices to build reusable Lightning Web Components

Apex Hours In this session we talk about Design Patterns and Best Practices to build reusable Lightning Web Components. Creating modular and reusable components is the key to creating scalable applications and must be incorporated during the app design phase…

Bake It Till You Make It

Bob Buzzard Blog   Introduction As we start to come out of the third lockdown in the UK, blinking in the not so bright light of yet another overcast day, it’s important to keep occupied. BrightGen have been pretty good…