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  • Use Layouts to Unleash the Power of CMS
    by Nishitha Reddy on November 7, 2019 at 7:00 pm

    Capricorn’s content managers have created some great content and curated that content for the main Capricorn Coffee website. In this blog post, we’ll see how Capricorn’s site designers display this content in rich, engaging ways using Salesforce CMS components and layouts. Layouts in Salesforce CMS Layouts in Salesforce CMS help the Capricorn team present content […]

  • Deliver Beautiful Digital Experiences with Salesforce CMS
    by Manish Kumar Jha on November 7, 2019 at 7:00 pm

    In today’s world, content is the conversation that companies are having with their customers. This makes content personalization, relevance, and accessibility paramount to building strong relationships with customers. Companies need to create, manage, and deliver the right content to the right customer at the right time across the entire customer journey, from marketing to purchase […]

  • Content Delivery API to Extend or Integrate Content
    by Pradeep Kumar Saraswathi on November 7, 2019 at 7:00 pm

    Over the last several blog posts, you’ve learned how Capricorn’s content team and site designers use Salesforce CMS to create content, curate content for their main website, and display content in visually engaging ways. Now, the Capricorn team wants to reuse some of their content, such as the promotional content shown below, on their B2B […]

  • Content Curation in Salesforce CMS
    by Pradeep Kumar Saraswathi on November 7, 2019 at 7:00 pm

    You can curate and customize the content you create in Salesforce CMS for specific channels. At Capricorn Coffee, the content management team wants to curate the content that they’ve created. This will help them to organize their content and present it to their audiences more effectively. In this blog post, we will follow the steps […]

  • Use the CMS App to Create Content
    by Manish Kumar Jha on November 7, 2019 at 7:00 pm

    Capricorn Coffee has five geographically dispersed content teams. With Salesforce CMS, they can create content within workspaces. They can also segment content, including by channel, by team, by department, by audience, and more. This empowers everyone on each content team to create relevant content and deliver it to any touchpoint – fast. In this blog […]

  • Pack Your Bags for TrailheaDX India: Registration is Now Open!
    by Karen Datangel on November 6, 2019 at 3:30 am

      We are pleased to bring TrailheaDX, the premier Salesforce Developer Conference, to Bengaluru, India on December 19-20! Join fellow Trailblazers for this one-of-a-kind developer event where technology meets creativity, builders meet roadmaps, and attendees meet experts. TrailheaDX is designed for Trailblazers looking to build their Salesforce skill set. Get ready to join thousands of […]

  • Locker API Viewer Redesign
    by Kiril Seksenov on October 22, 2019 at 5:00 pm

    Lightning Locker is a UI service that provides JavaScript language-based security and encapsulation. It prevents cross-site scripting attacks and isolates component data ensuring its integrity. Due to Locker’s thwarting of security threats, some browser APIs may not work when run with Locker enabled. We, the UI Security team, understand the importance of the Locker API […]

  • Lightning Message Service [Developer Preview]
    by Trenton Johnson on October 17, 2019 at 5:00 pm

    In the Winter ’20 release, we are introducing a new feature that will benefit not only Visualforce developers, but LWC and Aura developers as well. We introduced it in our Developer Preview Live for Winter ’20 and wanted to bring in one of the developers behind this feature for a Q&A session. What is Lightning […]

  • CodeLive: Refactoring Data Driven Apps
    by Kevin Poorman on October 16, 2019 at 5:00 pm

    Last week, Cynthia Thomas joined us for #CodeLive. We worked to refactor a bit of Apex code that clones cases. We refactored away from a Visualforce Controller to an @AuraEnabled Apex class, and built an LWC user interface for it. Missed the stream? We missed you too! Unfortunately, due to a technical glitch, there’s no […]

  • Preparing Visualforce for Lightning
    by Grace Li on October 15, 2019 at 5:00 pm

    Visualforce in Salesforce Classic is comfortable — we get that. However, Salesforce Lightning is here and it is the future and Lightning Web Components are the foundational building blocks behind it all. Because Salesforce wants developers to be as successful as possible, we recommend making this journey in a two-step approach: Make the transition from […]