ICYMI @ TrailheaDX’18: 5 Session Videos to Help You Build in Salesforce DX
In our second post in our ICYMI (In Case You Missed It) from TrailheaDX’18 series, our eyes are on all things Salesforce DX. Salesforce DX changes the way you build apps with an integrated end-to-end lifecycle. With scratch orgs, the Salesforce CLI, and reimagined packaging, our modernized developer experience truly enables and empowers developers to build together.
Salesforce DX was a hot topic at TDX18 and was highlighted by the keynote Continuous Development on the Lightning Platform. We also had quite a few sessions that focused on specific areas of Salesforce DX. Watch five of the top-rated sessions and learn about what you can do in Salesforce DX!
If You Can Write a Formula Field, You Can Use a Command Line
Peter Chittum, our Director of Developer Evangelism in the EMEA region, delivered an introductory session on how command lines work and a breakdown of the most common commands and functions. (Level: Beginner)
Build Apps with Salesforce DX
Product management directors John Vogt and Karen Fidelak presented with team members from Appirio, CRM Science, and Solera Health, who all shared first-hand insights on how they are using Salesforce DX to build apps for their respective companies. (Level: Intermediate)
Salesforce DX, the App Development Lifecycle, and You
Lead developer evangelist Zayne Turner presented on what Salesforce DX does for app development — from idea to production — and how you can get started on the road to adoption. (Level: Intermediate)
Create and Use Salesforce CLI Plugins
Learn how to use Salesforce CLI plugins that do exactly what you need and how to create your own plugins with product management director Dave Carroll and engineer Thomas Dvornik. (Level: Intermediate)
Architecting Unlocked Packages in Your Salesforce Org
Product management director Dileep Burki presented with platform architect John Daniel from Morgan & Morgan on the best strategies to architect and adopt packaging and Salesforce DX in your org. (Level: Advanced)
Want to know the latest on Salesforce DX? Be sure to register for our Developer Preview Live webinar on Friday May 25th and see what’s new for Salesforce DX (And all the things for Salesforce developers!) in the Summer’18 Release.