2021 was a BIG year for Salesforce Developers. We saw countless exciting new features, inspiring innovations across the community, and attended some awesome events, in-person and virtually. We’re celebrating all the best content highlights from 2021 and bringing them to you with The Codeys.

Read on to see the list, and catch up on any you missed last year. ⤵️

SOQL Builder is Generally Available

SOQL Builder is a VSCode extension that makes it easy to design queries against your Salesforce data.

Salesforce Functions is Generally Available

Leveraging the power of elastic-compute, and open language flexibility, Salesforce Functions makes it easier than ever to extend your data and workflows.

Lightning Web Runtime Sites Series 

Get started building Lightning Web Runtime sites with this convenient video series on our official YouTube channel.

Build Scalable Experiences: Functions and CLI

This exciting demo was a crowd favorite at TDX21 — you can see it for yourself on-demand over on Salesforce+.

Pub/Sub API: Building Event-Driven Integrations Just Got Even Easier

Discover how the upcoming General Availability of the Pub/Sub API will revolutionize and simplify how we build event-driven integrations.

Develop Enterprise Applications with Apex

Get the scoop on what it looks like to build modern, enterprise-level applications using Apex. This highlight from Dreamforce 2021 is available on Salesforce+.

Styling Lightning Web Components Using Public Properties 

Watch this short Quick Take on our YouTube Channel to learn how to make component styling and customization easily accessibly to a Salesforce Admin.

That’s a wrap for 2021! We hope you enjoyed being part of the Salesforce Developers community last year, and we can’t wait to share even more with you in 2022.

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