Alba Rivas works as a Lead Developer Evangelist at Salesforce. She focuses on Lightning Web Components and Lightning adoption strategy. You can follow her on Twitter @AlbaSFDC (http://twitter.com/AlbaSFDC).
Yesterday we’ve merged Spring ’22 branches into our Sample apps. These include examples of new great features that developers can use from today. Check the content we’ve published to learn about all these improvements!
Glad to announce that this past week we published Ready to Fly, our new sample app that integrates Salesforce and Slack, giving solutions to common challenges such as implementing user authorization with Salesforce securely and showing common integration patterns.
Cryptographic Failures is the second most important category of vulnerabilities listed in the OWASP Top 10 for 2021. That’s why in the past weeks I decided to invest some time creating content to help you with signature and encryption techniques in Apex.
Winter ’22 release is here, and with it, new GA features that developers can use today, as well as developer preview, beta and pilots that you can try out. Last week I gave a talk to the Amsterdam Developer Group in which I went over all these features, explaining what they’re about, how to try them out, and where to find more information.
En este post os quiero informar sobre un proyecto que comencé hace unas semanas y que me hace mucha ilusión! He abierto un canal de twitch personal, en el cual, cada semana, transmitiré un capítulo de una serie en la cual iré creando una app en Salesforce desde 0. Como twitch borra los capítulos, los iré subiendo a mi canal de Youtube.
At Salesforce, trust is our number one value. When you build apps on the Salesforce Platform, rest assured that they reside in a safe environment. However, as a Salesforce Developer, there are certain concepts and best practices that you need to know to prevent leaking data or creating dangerous app security vulnerabilities. Understand this blog post as a hub for resources around this important topic.
Making the move from Aura to LWC is an important step that everyone should be doing already. It will bring you a ton on benefits, while the effort is not that big. If you want to do some more reading about this topic, take a look at the following blog post. Bear in mind it’s targeted for an architect’s mindset. If you’re a video person, take a look at the next video – with more detail, more suitable for developers: