Switching to Salesforce Lightning for an enterprise-level organization is a big deal, and we’ll need a plan if it’s going to happen successfully. Here's how your company can make the switch to Salesforce Lightning Experience.
When Salesforce developers are working with Apex and Visualforce, try/catch blocks provide a strong defense in finding resolutions for exceptions. Here are best practices for using try/catch blocks so you know when to roll back.
Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) are the processes used by Salesforce development teams to test and deliver code in the fastest and safest way. Here's another method for CI/CD that goes beyond conventional methods.
Salesforce enables developers to build Lightning components using two programming models: Lightning Web Components (LWC) and Aura. Aura has been around longer than LWC and has more supported capabilities, but LWC is the faster and more efficient model.
When deciding which model to use, you should always choose Lightning Web Components unless you need a feature that is only supported by Aura. However, remember to take note of LWC limitations so you can plan accordingly and know when you’ll stil...
Empowering clients to schedule appointments on their own time, Lightning Scheduling Manager for Financial Services Cloud allows users to choose from available time slots to schedule appointments from their mobile devices or desktop computers.
Do you know what systems your financial advisors use to service their book of business? […..] We didn’t expect you to.
Amidst the recent regulatory changes, many financial services institutions are trying to obtain a more holistic view of their business. One way of achieving this is by migrating financial advisors onto a single, centralized platform. However, this is not an easy feat when you don’t know what systems are used by your advisor network.