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  • Schedule Your Path in Salesforce Flow
    by Jack Van Dijk on March 4, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    In Winter ‘20 we introduced the ability to schedule a flow, which allows you to run a certain flow on a daily basis, for example. With Spring ’21, we take it a step further by introducing scheduled paths inside of a flow. With Scheduled Paths you can trigger certain types of events based on date […] The post Schedule Your Path in Salesforce Flow appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog. […]

  • Open Sourcing Salesforce CLI Update Feb. 2021
    by Willie Ruemmele on February 24, 2021 at 5:10 pm

    This is the second blog post that details the Salesforce CLI team’s progress towards 100% open-sourcing of the CLI code. If you haven’t read the first post, or need a refresher, check it out here. Now that you’re all caught up and refreshed, you probably have two questions: “It’s been eight months, what happened?” and […] The post Open Sourcing Salesforce CLI Update Feb. 2021 appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog. […]

  • Leveraging the Newest ESXX Features in LWC
    by Alba Rivas on February 23, 2021 at 4:42 pm

    Every year the Ecma International Technical Committee 39 (TC39), which Salesforce is a member of, releases a new edition of ECMA-262, the ECMAScript Language Specification standards, which JavaScript is based on. The next edition is ES2021 (ES12), which is currently in draft and planned to be released in June. Browsers, compilers (such as Babel and […] The post Leveraging the Newest ESXX Features in LWC appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog. […]

  • Level Up Your Developer Skills with the Modern App Development Video Series
    by Mohith Shrivastava on February 16, 2021 at 5:50 pm

    Modern apps require embracing a combination of low-code and pro-code. Salesforce developers have the challenging task of delivering scalable solutions faster than ever, as organizations look to speed up their digital transformation. In December 2020, we published a blog post that explains various patterns combining low-code and pro-code. These patterns show that by combining Heroku’s […] The post Level Up Your Developer Skills with the Modern App Development Video Series appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog. […]

  • What’s New in Mobile SDK 9.0?
    by Sue Berry on February 11, 2021 at 5:55 pm

    I’m so excited to announce that the new version of the Salesforce Mobile SDK is now available. Mobile SDK 9.0 is focused on developer and end-user productivity. Regardless of whether you’re building iOS apps, Android apps, or cross-platform apps, you and your end-users will love the enhancements in this release. Your multitasking end-users will jump […] The post What’s New in Mobile SDK 9.0? appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog. […]

  • Learn MOAR with Spring ‘21: OpenAPI 3.0 Spec for REST API
    by Aditya Naag Topalli on January 29, 2021 at 5:10 pm

    Salesforce offers hundreds of well-documented REST and SOAP APIs that can help with all your integration needs. While the documentation and the Postman API collection help you explore these APIs, they must be documented in a system-understandable format for external systems to quickly consume them. In this blog post, we’ll talk about a new feature […] The post Learn MOAR with Spring ‘21: OpenAPI 3.0 Spec for REST API appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog. […]

  • Learn MOAR with Spring ’21: New SOQL FIELDS() Function is GA
    by Kris Harrison on January 28, 2021 at 5:15 pm

    A familiar, productive way to explore the shape of your data For many of us, SQL semantics and data exploration go hand-in-hand. Whether you possess a background in working directly with databases or have developed expertise using SOQL, Salesforce’s own query language, the ability to write a query and get data from it is immensely […] The post Learn MOAR with Spring ’21: New SOQL FIELDS() Function is GA appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog. […]

  • Learn MOAR with Spring ’21: SOQL Builder Update
    by Stephanie Maddox on January 27, 2021 at 4:50 pm

    We recently introduced a new, quicker way to write SOQL queries. The SOQL Query Builder is a VS Code extension that lets anyone visually build, run and explore results from a query. Build queries with clicks and then see the results right next to your query. You can also save the results to a .csv […] The post Learn MOAR with Spring ’21: SOQL Builder Update appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog. […]

  • Take the New Salesforce Developer Survey Today!
    by Salesforce Developers on January 27, 2021 at 2:00 pm

    At Salesforce Developer Relations, our primary goal is to inspire Salesforce developers and help you be more successful. To achieve our goal, we need to know what excites you and the type of help you want, need, and deserve from us. This is why we run a few global surveys every year – by getting […] The post Take the New Salesforce Developer Survey Today! appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog. […]

  • Learn MOAR with Spring ’21: Sandbox Source Tracking
    by Mohith Shrivastava on January 26, 2021 at 5:15 pm

    Developers use sandboxes as interim staging environments or to build and test new solutions or add features to an existing app. A prevalent pain point for developers working with sandboxes is keeping metadata changes in sync between their local project workspace and the Salesforce org. With Spring ’21, Source Tracking is now Generally Available (GA) […] The post Learn MOAR with Spring ’21: Sandbox Source Tracking appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog. […]