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  • Building Your First Web Application Using Node.js
    by Julián Duque on July 21, 2021 at 4:30 pm

    In the previous blog post of this series, you learned what Node.js is and why it matters to Salesforce developers, but I strongly believe that the best way of learning is by doing. Well, now it is time to start building your first Node.js web application. Node.js is great for building web applications, especially APIs. […] The post Building Your First Web Application Using Node.js appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog. […]

  • Make the Most of Your DX Projects With Built-in Node.js Scripts
    by Philippe Ozil on July 15, 2021 at 7:20 pm

    When you create a new project with the Salesforce CLI’s force:project:create command or with VS Code’s command palette, the default project state provides you with some useful tools. One key tool is a set of Node.js scripts and utilities that enhance your developer experience. In this post, we’re going to tour the key aspects of […] The post Make the Most of Your DX Projects With Built-in Node.js Scripts appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog. […]

  • Pub/Sub API: Building Event-Driven Integrations Just Got Even Easier
    by Emmett Chen-Ran on July 13, 2021 at 4:00 pm

    A new way to publish and subscribe to events is coming: the Pub/Sub API pilot is launching in August 2021. These events could be Platform Events, Change Data Capture events, and/or Real-Time Event Monitoring events. The Pub/Sub API arrives hand-in-hand with the new Event Bus Runtime, a modern piece of behind-the-scenes infrastructure that will allow […] The post Pub/Sub API: Building Event-Driven Integrations Just Got Even Easier appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog. […]

  • How Do Developers Learn and Use Salesforce?
    by Jerry Thomas on July 8, 2021 at 4:30 pm

    Here at Salesforce Developer Relations, our primary goal is to inspire Salesforce Developers and help them be successful. For our mission to be impactful, we need to know what excites you, as well as what you expect, want, and need. That’s why, every year, we run a global survey or two to hear from our […] The post How Do Developers Learn and Use Salesforce? appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog. […]

  • How to Build LWR Sites with Experience Cloud
    by René Winkelmeyer on July 7, 2021 at 3:30 pm

    One of the biggest evolutions of Experience Cloud (formerly known as Community Cloud) is the introduction of the Build Your Own (LWR) template. Sites that are based on this template are powered by the new Lightning Web Runtime (LWR) environment. And with our Summer ’21 release, this template is now generally available for all Experience […] The post How to Build LWR Sites with Experience Cloud appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog. […]

  • Security for Salesforce Developers
    by Alba Rivas on July 6, 2021 at 4:55 pm

    At Salesforce, trust is our number one value. When you build apps on the Salesforce Platform, rest assured that they reside in a safe environment. We implement industry security best practices and standards at all layers, from infrastructure to application code. We provide multiple configuration options that allow you to implement an effective data security […] The post Security for Salesforce Developers appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog. […]

  • How and Why to Transition Your BI Tool to Tableau
    by Sarah Macdonald on June 30, 2021 at 4:15 pm

    In my organization, we use a BI tool as a gateway to our data warehouse. Some use cases include: ad hoc analysis, dashboarding to report high-level KPIs, and operations. In addition to being a Salesforce product, Tableau has many advantages as a BI tool. We decided that it was worth taking the plunge to switch, […] The post How and Why to Transition Your BI Tool to Tableau appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog. […]

  • Bring Your Salesforce Mobile SDK Apps to Macs Powered by M1
    by Sue Berry on June 25, 2021 at 4:00 pm

    We are excited to announce that starting with Salesforce Mobile SDK for iOS, Mac Catalyst developers can quickly and easily run their iPhone and iPad apps on Mac, including the latest iMac, 13-inch MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and Mac mini powered by Apple’s M1 chip. To get started, simply click the Mac checkbox in your […] The post Bring Your Salesforce Mobile SDK Apps to Macs Powered by M1 appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog. […]

  • Announcing Salesforce CLI Unification
    by Claire Bianchi on June 23, 2021 at 12:00 pm

    Towards one CLI to rule them all It’s hard to believe that it’s been over four years since we first announced Salesforce DX, and with it, the Salesforce CLI. As some say: time flies when you’re shipping features! We know that many of you started on your DX journey at that time, and you have […] The post Announcing Salesforce CLI Unification appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog. […]

  • Deliver Scalable Experiences Without Limits Using Functions
    by Julián Duque on June 23, 2021 at 11:00 am

    We’re proud to launch the Salesforce Functions Beta in our Summer ‘21 release, and we look forward to its GA in our Winter ’22 release. Salesforce Functions is a new service on the Salesforce Platform that enables you to deliver more scalable experiences by extending the data and workflows that you already have, making them […] The post Deliver Scalable Experiences Without Limits Using Functions appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog. […]