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Choosing the Right Storage Approach for Your App

2021-09-09T04:19:31+00:00September 2nd, 2021|

You did the hard part. You figured out what you want your app to be, and you have designed the functionality you want it to have. Beyond that, you have an idea of what the permissions will be and even diagrammed some reports that you’d like to package in

New Security Review Solution Architecture Template

2021-07-29T20:51:49+00:00July 29th, 2021|

As most ISVs are aware, all partners who wish to list their apps publicly on the AppExchange are required to pass a rigorous Security Review process to provide trust to the community of users who may end up using their solution. Salesforce recently added a new requirement to the

Per User Licensing In Managed Packages

2021-07-19T16:59:51+00:00July 19th, 2021|

In a recent TrailheaDX 2021 session, Salesforce announced a next-generation licensing and provisioning platform that will expand how ISV partners will be able to author, sell, and distribute their own license types for their solution. This new licensing platform is not yet available, however, so in this technical blog

Preparing for Security Review: Prerequisites

2021-06-23T17:01:35+00:00June 21st, 2021|

The Salesforce security review team conducts a rigorous review of all products before they can be launched on AppExchange. This process is crucial for your product to be successful on AppExchange, as a “PASS” stamp from Salesforce allows end users to feel confident that your solution adheres to the

Ask an Expert: Trust in Salesforce Experience Design

2021-07-19T16:24:55+00:00June 4th, 2021|

Trust is a huge reason why leading ISVs either make Salesforce the backbone of the product they are building or decide to sell an app on the AppExchange to reach new customers. Whether you’re a net new company or a veteran brand looking at market expansion, aligning with a

Salesforce Security Review Wizard: Tech Webinar Recap

2021-03-28T15:57:27+00:00March 28th, 2021|

The Salesforce Security Review is a rigorous process designed to ensure the security of every solution listed on the AppExchange. In our latest tech webinar, CodeScience ISV Specialist, Jeremy Engler, reviews recent updates to the Security Review Wizard and shares some valuable tips and tricks to help ISVs pass

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ISV Error Handling with Spring ‘21 Update: Tech Webinar Recap

2021-03-15T04:41:18+00:00February 12th, 2021|

CodeScience tech webinars deliver helpful advice for Salesforce developers direct from members of our industry-leading engineering teams. In our latest tech webinar, CodeScience Technical Architect, Rob Davis, takes a deep dive into BatchApexErrorEvent. This error handling tool, newly available with the Salesforce Spring ‘21 release, makes it easier for

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Deep Dive: Array Access in Lightning Web Components

2021-08-17T06:15:34+00:00February 5th, 2021|

You might recall your first Hello World tutorial on Lightning Web Components. In those simple days, there were really only a few things you could mess up, and soon enough, you were moving on to templates, iterators, and wire functions. However, there are still a few gotchas with the

Heads Up on Salesforce DOM API Updates

2021-02-18T07:15:25+00:00January 22nd, 2021|

In Salesforce's Spring '21 release there will be changes to some components that may cause failures in your automation scripts. Things like New, Edit, and Clone Pop-ups, Lightning Console Tab, App Launcher and App flexipages, and more have changed from Aura Components to Lightning Web Components (LWC), causing some

2GP for ISVs: Tech Webinar Recap

2021-03-15T04:37:15+00:00January 15th, 2021|

CodeScience tech webinars offer useful developer tips and tricks from members of our industry-leading engineering teams. In our latest tech webinar, Krishna Tatta, CodeScience Director of Technology, looks at the benefits and known issues of Second Generation Packaging (2GP), along with how ISVs can leverage it to better

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