In many ways the Advanced Developer Certification process is a bit mysterious. In this article, I attempt to answer some of the questions you might have and shed some light on: What is the structure? What is
Automated software testing can execute routine, monotonous test cases for you, freeing up your testing resources to concentrate on more interesting cases in your application. At Salesforce, we use the Selenium open-source project for the UI-based testing of our applications.
Today, partners can use Trialforce to provision trials which is an easy and seamless way to turn prospects into paying customers. The new Signup Request API takes this functionality to the next level.
The FT.com is a financial-industry focused news agency with a reputation for quality journalism. This shines through in the way they support innovation in their development teams. Peter Chittum and I were lucky enough to be i
If you’re a Force.com developer in the New York City area, you might want to clear your schedule next Friday, June 14th so you can show off your coding skills for a chance to win great prizes at the Developer Zone Mini Hacks.
In this fast-paced crazy world we live in, is there anything better than in-person, 1:1 help? I think not. Sure, there are lots of remote assistance and distance learning tools out there. But really, having a living breathing person address your prob
The Apex team is always looking for ways to reduce the number of limits that you have to think about when building applications on the force.com platform. To that end, we are replacing the old asynchronous limits with a single limit for all of the different asynchronous processes.
Use Chatter in Apex to build custom UI in Salesforce. Watch a video that walks you through creating an Apex controller, a Visualforce component, and a Visualforce page that displays two Chatter feeds side by side. It’s a very simple example to get you up and running as quickly as possible. Or, you can build the double Chatter feeds in a Quick Start in the Apex Developer’s Guide.
The June 14, 2013, NYC Customer Company Tour will feature a great DevZone. We’ll have a live Intro Workshop, a complete Developer Theater line up, and the ever popular mini-hacks. Click in to register and see all the details.