This post sets the stage for using Salesforce1 Lightning and the reporting API for Apex to make a reporting app. It gives a brief intro to Lightning components, and describes how to get data out of the analytics API.
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With Force.com, you can implement business logic and build entire apps using point-and-click features such as workflows and approval processes. But sometimes you need even more control and that's when you can leverage the power of Apex. Apex is a strongly-typed, object-oriented programming language that lets you centralize and execute flow and transaction control statements […]
If you’ve been around Salesforce long enough, you have probably encountered a screen saying "An internal server error has occurred." That screen is what we call a GACK. This message is part of an elaborate system for efficiently bringing these events to the attention of R&D. Click to learn about that system
Asynchronous Callouts, generally available with Spring '15, are a new Apex feature that allow you to escape the limit of ten concurrent long-running callouts, where 'long-running' means 'more than five seconds'. Discover how you can use Asynchronous Callouts with JavsScript Remoting.
Meet Trailhead, a fast & easy way to get started with building cloud apps on the Salesforce1 Platform. Track your progress through an interactive learning path via points & badges! Plus, explore newly released content & features.
Follow these 15 Apex Commandments for developing applications with Apex code and Visualforce.
The new Queueable interface provides you with more tools for writing asynchronous Apex code. Here are more details on how it works.
I am back with another open-source project. By popular demand, the WSDL2Apex generator is now available for you to improve and repair.
For architects and developers working with Apex code, debugging performance problems can be difficult. A new article explores some of the common causes of performance issues, and then looks at the process of using debug logs, the Developer Console, and other tools to find and fix performance issues.
If you've been keeping up with the news these days, it's no surprise there is a lack of women in tech. I believe one reason is that there are not enough WIT role models! Thankfully salesforce.com has a number of female engineers leading major products, and driving important technical decisions. At salesforce.com we celebrate our women technical leaders – our superheroes – without whom our products would not be the same!