It’s been a while since I posted on my blog and I apologize for that but life has been rather busy of late. I’m going to be producing some short posts along will longer technical ones. Here’s the latest videos which well worth a watch:
OK so I did take the title idea from .NET Entity Framework Code first Approach but it works so don’t shoot the messenger.
I’m a big fan of Trailblazers for learning new features on the Salesforce/Lightning platform and the topics are growing for both Admins and Developers. Their are even trails for release plans like Winter ‘17.
This week I have been diving into developing Lightning Components and have been really excited how I can build some common business UI as a re-usable component I can just drop onto the Lightening App Builder page.
I was watching a video today from Microsoft going through Visual Studio 2015 and how well it works with bower, npm and grunt. This might be the case but it just seams to me that Microsoft are making development more time consuming.
As with any new development platform or framework, it takes time to master. Getting the right information to start you off is the key to enjoying the ride and building successful web apps.
Recently I have been developing web projects in Meteor and really enjoying the platform. Whenever I develop in a new platform or framework I create a kind of crib sheet of commands I use to start a project up.
Utilising the Salesforce Calendar for events has many benefits compared to using Outlook.
One of my clients came across a limitation recently when they create a weekly re-occurring event for their team member. The problem is that when the staff member cannot attend the appointment they then need to re-assign it to someone else.
If you are considering becoming a Salesforce / Force.com developer and confused how to get started then have a look at my chart that shows the skills you need to learn and the approach I am taking.