Salesforce Developers Blog

  • Learn MOAR in Winter ’22 with Mobile Enhancements
    by Sue Berry on 7 września 2021 at 16:00

    Follow and complete a Learn MOAR Winter ’22 trailmix for Admins or Developers by October 31 to earn a special community badge and enter for a chance to win one of five $200 USD Salesforce Certification vouchers. Restrictions apply. Learn how to participate and review the Official Rules by visiting the Trailhead Quests page. At The post Learn MOAR in Winter ’22 with Mobile Enhancements appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog.

  • Learn MOAR in Winter ’22 with Release Highlights for Developers
    by Alba Rivas on 6 września 2021 at 16:00

    We want to help you discover the amazing new features for admins and developers that come with our Winter ’22 release. It’s easy to get started: Dive into the Learn MOAR trailmixes on Trailhead with the key release highlights for admins or developers, or both! Follow along each day as we publish blogs highlighting all The post Learn MOAR in Winter ’22 with Release Highlights for Developers appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog.

  • How to Automate Data Extraction from Salesforce Using Python
    by Rutuja Patil on 2 września 2021 at 16:00

    Analysts frequently come across the need to automate the data extraction process from Salesforce objects in order to conduct data analysis or build dashboards locally. Prior to automation, the analysts in my organization had to take the following steps to create KPI reports: Log in through the Salesforce site Manually update the fields for multiple The post How to Automate Data Extraction from Salesforce Using Python appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog.

  • Dreamforce 2021 for Developers
    by Anthony Tavan on 1 września 2021 at 15:30

    Dreamforce 2021 is almost here! Join us September 21–23 for an all-digital experience on Salesforce+, our new, free streaming service. We’ve got an incredible lineup this year with more than 100 hours of live and on-demand programming. Expect to see exciting demos, episodes hosted by our experts, luminary speakers and more. There will be something The post Dreamforce 2021 for Developers appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog.

  • Salesforce CLI Unification — Now in Beta!
    by Claire Bianchi on 31 sierpnia 2021 at 17:00

    Explore a new command line experience for all of Salesforce At TrailheaDX earlier this year, we announced Salesforce CLI Unification: a massive enhancement to the Salesforce CLI that would enable Salesforce developers to build, test, and deploy across Salesforce from one unified command line experience. Today, we’re happy to announce that the Beta release of The post Salesforce CLI Unification — Now in Beta! appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog.

  • How to Work Within Platform Events Delivery Limits
    by Mohith Shrivastava on 31 sierpnia 2021 at 16:30

    Platform Events and Change Data Capture events allow you to send custom notifications or monitor record changes in Salesforce and to communicate these changes to other systems. However, Platform Events or Changed Data Capture events are currently bound by a couple of important limits: 2,000 concurrent subscribers limit, which means only 2000 clients at a The post How to Work Within Platform Events Delivery Limits appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog.

  • Automated Testing with the Salesforce Mobile App & Appium
    by Dan Stead on 25 sierpnia 2021 at 16:30

    Have you been looking to develop automated tests for the Salesforce mobile app? I’m excited to share that it is now easier than ever! Salesforce has introduced new mobile tools for building, previewing, and debugging for mobile. The new Salesforce mobile app simulator build for iOS, and the Salesforce mobile app emulator build for Android, The post Automated Testing with the Salesforce Mobile App & Appium appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog.

  • How Events Bubble in Lightning Web Components
    by Gonzalo Cordero on 24 sierpnia 2021 at 16:00

    When you’re composing custom web components, you need to understand how events bubble up through the DOM because that’s how children and parents communicate—props down, events up. When an event bubbles, it becomes part of your component’s API and every consumer along the event’s path must understand the event. Whether you’re composing a simple or The post How Events Bubble in Lightning Web Components appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog.

  • Get Ready for the Winter ’22 Release
    by Salesforce Developers on 18 sierpnia 2021 at 00:20

    We’re thrilled to share the latest enhancements to the Salesforce platform. But first, let’s take a quick look at the dates you should know about to make sure you’re ready for the Winter ’22 release. August 12: Get early access to the release by signing up for a pre-release org Developers can sign up for The post Get Ready for the Winter ’22 Release appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog.

  • Announcing the New Salesforce Developers Website
    by Salesforce Developers on 12 sierpnia 2021 at 15:15

    innovation.start(here); We are excited to announce the launch of our newly designed Salesforce Developers website! We heard your feedback and we’ve been working hard to build a new, more unified experience for our developer community. The website went through a major transformation from the inside out, and this is just the beginning. The backstory With The post Announcing the New Salesforce Developers Website appeared first on Salesforce Developers Blog.