Month: February 2016

Unit testing Lightning Connect Apps

This month I had the pleasure of presenting at London’s Calling event an application I have done for learning how to use Lightning Connect to retrieve data from an external datasource, which in my case is Google Places API. If you want to know more about the application, here is the video of the presentation.

In the Q&A I had a question about Unit test, that at the moment I couldn’t shown. That question encouraged me to do some unit tests! So, here we have the results.

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London’s Calling

Last week I had the pleasure of attending the Europe’s largest Salesforce community event, London’s Calling. It was celebrated in Skills Matter, very suitable place to embrace such a group of skilled Salesforce developers, admins, customers and partners.

The day started with an encouraging key note by Erica Kuhl and ended with another motivating one, by Petter Coffee. They talked about the importance of Salesforce’s great community,  and about key topics as the importance of developing customer centric applications and the imminent explosion of IoT technologies.

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