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.Continue reading “Construyendo tu Aplicación Salesforce desde 0”
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:
It has been a while I don’t write a post and this is because I was studying for Dev I and II exams. The good news is that I passed both! In this post I am going to try to give some advice about each of the certifications.
If you have taken a look at Big Objects, you will have noticed that we can only create fields of the following types (information valid for Winter 18 release):
- Lookup to Standard or Custom objects
Big Objects can be used for multiple purposes, but typically, archiving old records is one of the use cases. What can you do if you need to archive a custom object which has field types that are not supported, as for example picklist or master-detail? What if you want to create lookups to Big Objects? Read this post and you will find a solution.
Two weeks ago I had the pleasure to give a talk about how to use Big Objects & Async SOQL to build your Big Data solution in Salesforce, with my super colleague Agustina García, at Dreamforce. You can check the video of the talk here.
In this post I want to highlight the 10 key things to remember about Big Objects, one of the features we talked about in the presentation.
Last week I had the pleasure of presenting at French Touch Dreamin event. I gave a talk about Security, in which I explained some of the main things a developer has to take into account in order that our Salesforce applications are secure. I explained how to take care of CRUD, FLS and sharing, and also of known important vulnerabilities as XSS (cross site scripting), CSRF (cross site request forgery), open redirect or SOQL injection.