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AppExchange App Review Series (Part – 4)

Posted by on Apr 13, 2017 in AppExchange App Reviews, Featured Blogs | 0 comments

AppExchange App Review Series Part – 4 is a part of blog series – AppExchange App Review Series which is inclined to help you in selection process for the reason I’ll try picking up & installing newly added applications randomly and provide you on-hands detailed information about work ability of that app and prospects down the line. Like there’s a different key to every lock, different solution to every problem and different opinion for every thought, in the same way there are many solutions to a given requirement.All we need to decide is which one best suites our requirement in terms of business possibilities, cost-effectiveness, usability, enhancements, efforts and...

Learn Salesforce Lightning with Examples – Part 5 (Switch Screens Using Lightning Events)

Posted by on Mar 15, 2017 in Blog Series, Featured Blogs, Learn Salesforce Lightning with Examples, Tutorials | 1 comment

Learn Salesforce Lightning with Examples – Part 5 (Switch Screens Using Lightning Events) is the fifth part of the series – “Learn Salesforce Lightning with Examples” where We would share the key practical examples and experience with lightning.We are focusing on Lightning Components for now. Background,Blog Contributors and Pre-Requisites To get started for this blog you need to fulfill all the Pre-requisites mentioned here.In this link,you will also get to know the background and blog contributors for this series. Switch Screens Using Events Business Case: Adam is working as a Senior Application Developer in Universal Containers. Company wants to move their traditional (classic version )recruitment app to lighting. Adam needs to...

Know About Winter 2017 Class of Salesforce MVPs

Posted by on Mar 2, 2017 in Featured Blogs | 0 comments

“Know About Winter 2017 Class of Salesforce MVPs” blog has been crafted as a tribute to Salesforce Community as Salesforce has recently announced winter 2017 class of Salesforce MVPs. What would be the better way to congratulate other than telling the world about them? So here I am with this post congratulating all new MVPs with a bit of introduction about them and what awesome contribution they made in the Salesforce World! My heartiest congrats to all the renewed MVPs as well. Let’s deep dive into 19 new Salesforce MVPs…. Adrian Larson (Twitter | LinkedIn | Stack-Exchange) Adrian is Salesforce Certified Force.com Developer / Architect at Counsyl in San Francisco, CA. He is an...

AppExchange App Review Series (Part – 3)

Posted by on Feb 17, 2017 in AppExchange App Reviews, Blog Series, Featured Blogs | 0 comments

AppExchange App Review Series (Part – 3) is a  part of blog series  – AppExchange App Review Series which is inclined to help you in selection process for the reason I’ll try picking up & installing newly added applications randomly and provide you on-hands detailed information about work ability of that app  and prospects down the line. Like there’s a different key to every lock, different solution to every problem and different opinion for every thought, in the same way there are many solutions to a given requirement.All we need to decide is which one best suites our requirement in terms of business possibilities, cost-effectiveness, usability, enhancements, efforts and...

Learn Regex in Salesforce with Examples

Posted by on Feb 10, 2017 in Featured Blogs, Tutorials | 2 comments

Regular expressions and its usage is a common topic in all projects where there’s a need of maintaining quality data about our customers or organization based on the patterns we describe beforehand. Based on this theory, this blog Learn Regex in Salesforce with Examples is inclined to suggest few of the most common ways to implement Regex in Salesforce to refine our data and imposing validations. “Regex or Regular Expressions are special texts or string for describing a predefined pattern as per the use case” for example if there’s a field, named: (Mobile Number) so we are aware that here we must use numbers as input, how this can...