Lightning seems to be all the rage these days! How could it not? It is exciting stuff and changes the way that Salesforce developers need to think when coming up with their solutions on the platform. One of the most common things you will need to do with Lightning will be to call methods on an Apex controller for any server side logic you need to perform.
Batch Apex is a powerful tool that can be used to do all sorts of cool stuff on the Salesforce platform. Batch Apex is typically used to perform larger operations that would normally be restricted by governor limits. It allows you to break that larger operation up into smaller bite-size chunks that are easier to deal with.
I was recently doing a lot of animations for a couple of iOS apps I was building. For the most part, programming animations for iOS is straightforward and work really well. I kept running into some small issues that were really bugging me and I was unable to find the answer to my issue.
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December 29, 2014 | Terry Luschen: How do you tie your files to Salesforce? Azure? Sharepoint?
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December 26, 2014 | Terry Luschen: Stopping a Visualforce Command Button from Firing the Click Event Twice - Part II
There are lots of ways to do this and I would like to share a new one that I found.
December 23, 2014 | Dean Froslie: Extend Your Brand Voice to Unexpected Places
Even if your brand has established voice and tone guidelines, it’s a seemingly endless effort to ensure they’re implemented across your various customer touchpoints.
December 18, 2014 | Terry Luschen: Salesforce Custom Lead Conversion
When converting leads we typically rely on the standard ‘Convert’ button. But what if your requirements are more complicated than that?
November 28, 2014 | Terry Luschen: Communicate from a Component to the Page - Visualforce
It is pretty easy to communicate with different parts of a Visualforce page, but what about telling the page what to do from a component?
November 28, 2014 | Terry Luschen: A Great Type-Ahead Component for Visualforce
In a recent project a type-ahead component was needed to make the user’s data-search experience much easier. We found a nice one!