Salesforce DX provides development teams with an integrated, end-to-end lifecycle for high-performance agile development – designed to be open and flexible so you can build together with tools you love. The project was announced at Dreamforce 2016 and since then there has been a lot of interest across the entire Salesforce developer community. A few […]
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Writing tests that get you to the magic 75% code coverage requirement is easy, but writing great tests that protect you from regressions is a real skill. In this blog post, I’ll suggest six practical tips to help you write great Salesforce tests that don’t become a maintenance headache. Of course it doesn’t matter how good […]
You can get started with Heroku Connect Demo Edition today! Just make sure you have a Heroku account and Salesforce Developer Edition account and use the Heroku Button below. In a matter of minutes you will have your Salesforce data synchronized into a Postgres database on Heroku, ready to be the data store for any application you want to build.
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.
I’m excited to invite you to join me at the Developer Zone in NYC during the FREE Salesforce World Tour on November 19. If you didn’t get a chance to experience the Developer Zone at Dreamforce this year, you do not want to miss it. Make sure to register now, while there is space! The […]
Learn how to use Google Polymer with Salesforce to built robust, scalable, modular and re-usable components that works smoothly with Force.com
The FREE Developers @ Connections conference will bring together Force.com, Heroku, ExactTarget Fuel, and all the hottest developer languages and frameworks like NPM, Node.js, Ionic, and Ruby to show you how you can build killer experience-based apps.
Leah McGowen-Hare was introduced to programming at an early age, but grew up wanting to be a dancer, not a programmer, and certainly not a teacher like her parents. Fate had other plans, and she found her niche as a technical trainer. She still dances in her off hours, and she also spends her time volunteering her skills to help others find their niche on the Salesforce1 Platform.