Salesforce CPQ (Configure, Price, Quote) provides users the ability to generate quotes for customers using configurable pricing rules. The CPQ product is widely adopted by customers who have a variety of product offerings and are growing rapidly with varying pricing rules. Pricing rules can vary depending on competition, demand,
The Salesforce CLI provides a powerful command line interface that allows you to retrieve and save code from your local machine to Salesforce, upload data to your Salesforce org, create scratch orgs, manage authentication with your Salesforce orgs, perform deployments, install packages, automate manual tasks, and much more. However,
This post serves as a guide on how to generate package.xml files natively via the SFDX CLI to help improve developer workflow. If you are interested in learning more, I am hosting a session during Salesforce Apex Hours on November 3, 2018, at 10am EST. Register here. The package.xml
In one of our previous blog posts, we talked about the security benefits of the Lightning component LockerService. In this blog post we will take a simple example and explore how LockerService applies to base Lightning components (Lightning components with the Lightning namespace) that Salesforce is adding every release.
The Salesforce Summer '17 release has rolled into Developer orgs, Production orgs, and Sandboxes along with new release notes that cover all the enhancements and additions across the various product offerings of Salesforce. You can read the entire release notes here. What got my attention was all of the Lightning
Logging into a Salesforce org these days yields a warning that says “Lightning LockerService will be enforced on June date_x.” If your org has too many Lightning components and if your application or component is used by live users, pay attention. The Lightning page or the component might stop working due to Locker
Many of our Development blog posts spring from troubleshooting issues we uncover as we solve challenges for our customers. Here's one... Setting the Stage Let's assume you have an org where you have created 50 Lightning Components, and named them as follows: aura bundle1 bundle1.cmp bundle1Controller.js bundle1Controller.js bundle1.auradoc bundle2 bundle2.app bundle2.cmp
The Salesforce Spring '17 release is now available in all orgs with great additions and feature enhancements. In this blogpost, we uncover four hidden gems. 1. Metadata Driven Lightning Component Development Lightning Component Bundles come with Design Resources which allow admins to configure the components with data. Data added by the admins can be used by the component for