Check out the Apex Debugger, which extends the Force.com IDE plug-in for Eclipse.
Did you know you can configure site-specific search shortcuts in Chrome? Steven Anderson, one of our awesome developers on the Doc Tools and Productivity team, recently shared this tip with us. We think it’s a cool way to search developer.salesforce.com without having to manage bookmarks or use Google. Here’s how to set it up. In […]
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Did you know you can control access to your Salesforce organization based on user IP addresses? You can! If you’re an administrator who wants to understand login IPs and trusted IPs, this post is for you.
We sent the AppExchange publishing experience to the gym. It’s back — lighter, leaner, and ready for your app, Lightning component, or consulting service. We can’t wait to show you what’s new.
We've made some additional improvements to the developer docs portal. Thanks for all the great feedback!
Check out our new developer docs portal and please give us your feedback.
If you've ever wished for an easier way to learn about Salesforce, take a look at Trailhead. Trailhead provides developers and administrators a guided, learning path through the key features of Salesforce, using a set of interactive, online tutorials.
Filters help you zero in on the news that matters most. Instead of scrolling through screen after screen, now you can get right to the release notes that affect you.
If you've built a Mobile SDK project with forcedroid, then later decide to move the Salesforce login to a point after launch, this example can help.