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  • Google Tag Manager for Community Cloud
    by George Abboud on April 8, 2019 at 5:00 pm

    By integrating Google Tag Manager (GTM) with your Salesforce Community, you can enable your marketing team to manage the deployment of marketing tags and tracking pixels, without relying on a developer to modify any code. GTM allows you to track artifacts such as events, scrolling, form inputs, video views, and several other factors that paint […]

  • Unit Test Lightning Web Components with Jest
    by René Winkelmeyer on March 26, 2019 at 5:00 pm

    With Lightning Web Components, we not only provide a technology based on modern web standards — we’re also providing the capability to unit test them locally or within your Continuous Integration flow with one of the most popular testing frameworks for modern JavaScript – Jest. In this blog post you’ll learn best practices for writing […]

  • The Development Benefits of Classic Features Coming to Lightning
    by Aria Niazi on March 25, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    For the last couple of years, our engineering teams have been busy building some of your favorite Classic features in Lightning Experience. It’s obvious how bringing these features to Lightning is important for admins and business users, but in this post we want to highlight some of the benefits for our developers. Rebuilding features in […]

  • Making Code More Accessible (and Fun) with Custom Themes
    by Zayne Turner on March 18, 2019 at 5:00 pm

    Making code readable for yourself while working in an integrated development environment (IDE) or for others during presentations can be a challenge. As our team prepared for the Lightning Web Components launch event, the launch of our LWC Video Gallery and Global Developer Week events, I wanted to solve the issue of readable code and […]

  • Event-Driven Architecture with Salesforce and MuleSoft Anypoint Platform
    by René Winkelmeyer on March 11, 2019 at 5:00 pm

    In my last blog post we looked at how to use MuleSoft Anypoint Platform for your Extract-Transform-Load (ETL) needs. Now we’re focusing on how to combine Anypoint Platform with the event-driven capabilities of the Salesforce Platform to build near-real time integrations with any system and device. Event-driven capabilities within Salesforce Looking back in history, event-driven […]

  • Open Sourcing Salesforce Intra Org Data Migrator Tool (Datafall)
    by Anoop Singh on March 7, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    Migrating Salesforce data between sandboxes can be a daunting task; this is especially true if you have a complex data model. So how do you make migrating data from one Salesforce org to another org in a breeze? Here within Salesforce, with dozens of sandboxes shared among multiple teams, we were always running in challenges […]

  • Features and Settings and Scratch Orgs, Oh My!
    by Karen Fidelak on February 25, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    Scratch orgs are one of the really great capabilities provided with Salesforce DX. One of the benefits of scratch orgs is that they start empty, allowing you to configure them how you want and develop in a clean and known environment. But what is a benefit can also be a challenge. With all the optional […]

  • MuleSoft Anypoint Platform for Salesforce ETL
    by René Winkelmeyer on February 18, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    Working with data in enterprise environments has many forms. It’s a strong trend to create more and more real-time integrations, so that users have the latest data available at their fingertips. But it is also true that data synchronization between systems, also known as ETL (Extract Transform Load), still plays an important part. This blog […]

  • Lightning Container in Communities
    by James Wonsever on February 12, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    Starting in Spring ‘19, lightning:container will be supported in Lightning communities as well as in Lightning Experience. In this post, we will cover examples of what you can do with lightning:container in Lightning communities. If you are familiar with how lightning:container components operate in Salesforce Lightning Experience, there will be a few additional bits of […]

  • Debug Your Lightning Web Components
    by René Winkelmeyer on February 11, 2019 at 7:00 pm

    You built your first Lightning web component, everything looks great in the IDE, but something is not working as expected in your Salesforce org. That’s the point where it’s important to know how you can debug Lightning web components. This blog post will show you the available techniques. Lightning web components in production mode Before […]

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