Interested in improving the performance of your app by using the composite resources in the REST API, but confused about how to handle errors in a composite world? Learn how the new composite resources handle errors, report error results, and let you control how Salesforce executes subrequests if an error occurs.
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Tired of making multiple REST API calls for a simple task? Looking to improve the performance of your app by reducing the number of round-trips your app makes using the REST API? Learn how the new composite resources let you batch up multiple calls in a single call.
Have you heard that logging is repetitive or indecipherable? At first glance, logging might be intimidating, but thanks to the Developer Console Log Inspector, you can turn even the longest logs into poetry - or whatever you want. This post shows how to use the Developer Console Log Inspector (Summer '13) to view and filter […]
Spring '13 is on its way! Check out the Developer docs and release notes for the upcoming Spring '13 release.
You can execute Apex code from a detail page button in Salesforce, using very basic VisualForce. This blog post offers step-by-step instructions on how, and an explanation of the technology behind it.
Every once in a while you uncover a Salesforce documentation gem that makes you feel like you've aced Roger Federer at Wimbledon. Just happened!
Your org has a namespace, whether you are doing packaging or not. Here is an explanation of that namespace, and how it is used in Apex.
We will be making a change to the Apex documentation on the notion of “pass by reference”. Here is a detailed explanation of why the change is being made. The current Apex documentation says that non-primitive variables are passed by reference: “Also note that all primitive variables are passed by value, while all non-primitive data […]