Once you have identified specific customizations that are no longer needed research needs to be completed to get a full view of where the customization is used. A sandbox is the best environment to start your research. Custom fields can be particularly difficult to research since they can be used in a variety of places.
The world is good at making data. You can see it in every corner of commerce and industry: everything we interact with is getting smarter, and producing a massive stream of readings, geolocations, images, and more. From medical devices to jet engines, it's transforming every part of the modern world.
Salesforce is a hugely popular platform for a reason. It's customer-centric, effective and efficient. However, it's the community of experts surrounding it which makes it truly special. Whether it's through social media, blogging, contributing to forums or being active at Salesforce events, members of the Ohana strive to improve their work, deliver a better customer experience, and make Salesforce a better organization to be part of.
Let us start our Journey with few quotes for insights and inspiration: Most good programmers do programming not because they expect to get paid or get adulation by the public, but because it is fun to program. Any fool can ... Continue reading →
One of the most asked questions on the Success Community are: I am a novice, what is the best way to learn Salesforce? Where should I start? What resources are available to me? What type of career prospects are there ... Continue reading →
You can build simple Lightning Components that are entirely self-contained. However, if you build more complex applications, you'll probably want to share code (and potentially client-side data) between components. In this article, we will explore strategies to share code between components, promote reuse, and avoid code duplication.
Today marks quite a huge milestone for us. AppCoda is 3 years old! Time flies when you're having fun. It's been three years since I hit the Publish button and put out the first post on AppCoda. I started AppCoda as a side project and began to publish programming tutorials on a weekly basis.
Establishing an effective Environment Management strategy is key for utilizing the Salesforce1 platform. Here is an environment management strategy that can be emulated on many Enterprise projects. Editors Note: This post is part of a "Guest" series entitled Enterprise Architecture with Force.com.
Don't let your Salesforce org suffer from anti-patterns that often emerge unknowingly as you customize your business needs. Read this fun fictitious story to learn how to avoid and recover from sub-optimal implementations. The following story is based on experiences compiled from several real-world engagements with Salesforce users.
As a Force.com developer, if there is one event NOT to miss, it would be Dreamforce, our annual user and developer conference. Taking place in beautiful San Francisco from August 30 through Sept 2, this year we project to have over 35,000 people in attendance.