Monthly Archives: March 2016

Transition from Advanced Developer to Platform Developer I and II

Next thing after finally gaining Advanced Developer credential I need to think about transition to Platform Developer I and II. There are good articles about that The Salesforce Certified Platform Developer II program is intended for an individual who … Continue reading

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Finally I am Certified Advanced Developer

Finally I received Certified Advanced Developer while I was in the hospital. Yahoo! I waited for it for so long time!!!!!! Dear Bohdan Dovhan, Congratulations! You have successfully completed the certification exam to become a Certified … Continue reading

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Salesforce: get Apex Component DOM Id

  This article describes how to Salesforce: get Apex Component DOM Id, namely you can do that in this way

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Salesforce Continuation: new way to have asynchronous callout in Apex

As this knowledge article claims, you can do Long-Running Callouts from a Visualforce PageLong-Running Callouts from a Visualforce Page using Continuation. Also more detailed documentation is here

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Salesforce SandboxPostCopy Interface

There was very interesting enhancement in Spring 16 release: I think I should try to use it but not sure if this could solve all the business needs I have to perform each time when sandboxes are refreshed

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Salesforce: should Test.loadData be used?

There is an option to load data for test from Static Resource in CSV format List<sObject> ls = Test.loadData(Account.sObjectType, ‘myResource’); Some people consider this as a best way to overcome a problem of permanent test failures on production because … Continue reading

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Salesforce API Fieldnames Chrome Browser Extension

Small extension to toggle between API field names and labels on salesforce detail pages. This tools saves tons of your time.

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