Archive for the ‘Custom Development’ Category

Getting an App on Salesforce AppExchange – Part 3: Publishing

Posted by Srinivas and Rajani | Posted On October 5th, 2017 |Salesforce, Custom Development, AppExchange, App Development

This is the final part of a three-part series to help you get an app on Salesforce AppExchange. Part 1 discusses planning for getting an app on AppExchange. During this phase, you’ll define the scope by considering key questions. Armed with your answers and a plan, you move forward with developing your Salesforce AppExchange app…

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Building Dashboards in Salesforce Lightning Experience

Posted by Sweta Ananta | Posted On December 16th, 2016 |General, Salesforce, Custom Development, Salesforce Lightning

Reports help you make decisions and take action, but sometimes you need to get your insights at-a-glance. Enter the Dashboard: your utility for summarizing and displaying your Salesforce data in a graphical layout. Salesforce dashboards allow you to present multiple reports side-by-side using dashboard components on a single dashboard page layout. Dashboard components come in..

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Filtered Related Lists

Posted by Nitin Sehgal | Posted On November 30th, 2016 |Salesforce, Custom Development, Programming in Apex

As we all know, Salesforce currently doesn’t natively support filtering related lists but there are definitely some workarounds for that.200-355 pdf Basically there two ways to show filtered related lists in your standard detail page. One of them is to use Visualforce page and Apex code to filter the related data and add it to..

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Salesforce with Angular JS

Posted by Madhusudhana Reddy Guda | Posted On September 28th, 2016 |Cloud, Salesforce, Custom Development, Angular JS

Angular JS is a structural framework for dynamic web apps. It lets you use HTML as your template language and lets you extend HTML’s syntax to express your application’s components clearly. There are a couple of Advantages of  Angular JS: a. Angular JS provides capability to create Single Page Application in a very clean and maintainable..

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Saleforce Lightning Design System (SLDS)

Posted by Deepthi Toranala | Posted On August 24th, 2016 |Salesforce, Custom Development, Salesforce Lightning, CSS

While developing a Visualforce page with the Visualforce tags, a developer needs to reverse engineer Salesforce CSS to mock with their own custom page, match the Salesforce UI and the Visualforce page is not even responsive at that point of time. Though we can customize the visualforce pages using various frameworks we faced many challenges…

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Custom Meta Data Types

Posted by Madhusudhana Reddy Guda | Posted On July 28th, 2016 |General, Cloud, Custom Development

While deploying any functionality or application to another org either by using change sets or packages we can deploy only Meta data like Custom Objects, Apex Classes, Visualforce Pages and Custom Settings but the record data like instances of Custom Objects and Custom Settings cannot be included. After installing the package we need to also..

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How to Auto-Refresh a Page in Salesforce using Streaming API

Posted by A Prasannanjaneyulu | Posted On June 8th, 2016 |General, Salesforce, Custom Development, CRM

We come across many situations where we would want a web page to auto-refresh. Imagine watching your favourite team play a nail biter and you have to hit the refresh button every 10 seconds. Auto refresh is also needed in Salesforce, whether it might be dashboards, reports or list views. We know that when we..

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Working with Http API using WSDL as Reference

Posted by Madhusudhana Reddy Guda | Posted On May 10th, 2016 |Salesforce, Custom Development, Programming in Apex

Salesforce is a wonder tool for sure, but sometimes we need to work our way through it. For example, when we were trying to generate Apex class from WSDL in Salesforce, we encountered errors every single time. All our attempts at invoking external services through Apex were greeted with the same error message! Failed to..

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The Reflex Arc of Customers

Posted by Tom Jodis | Posted On April 13th, 2016 |General, Salesforce, Custom Development

The other night I reached on the stove to pull a pot off and place in the sink to wash. I forgot that just a few minutes earlier the pot held boiling water for the pasta we cooked for dinner. Foolishly I grabbed both sides of the large pot – and not by the handles…

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