Open Authentication – OAuth 2.0

OAuth 2.0 is the industry-standard protocol for authorization. OAuth 2.0 supersedes the work done on the original OAuth protocol created in 2006. OAuth 2.0 focuses on client developer simplicity while providing specific authorization flows for web applications, desktop applications, mobile phones, and living room devices. OAuth (Open Authorization) is an open protocol that provides secure […]

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Governor Limits in Salesforce.com

Governor Limits in Salesforce are the runtime limits enforced by the Apex runtime engine to write scalable and efficient code. Every programming environment imposes its own sets of constructs, features, and constraints. All programs, services, and applications running on the platform run in a multi-tenant environment where their resources like memory, network, database connections are being shared […]

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Quip for Admins— Rethink Teamwork…. Get More Done Together

Every day, Salesforce Admins are tasked with managing a multitude of projects. And when they’re not managing projects, they’re collaborating on them with other teams. Meet Quip: Salesforce’s Collaboration Platform. Quip is a tool that has documents, spreadsheets, tasks, and app integrations all in one place. Teams can create, discuss, and get better work done […]

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Driving Data Access: Profiles vs Roles in Salesforce

Profile is a collection of settings and permissions that define what a user can access in Salesforce. A profile controls: Object Permissions Field Permissions User Permissions Tab Permissions App Settings App Class Access Visual force Page Access Page Layouts Login Hours Login IP ranges Record Types Setting up and managing profiles is a way by […]

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Overview of Winter’ 18 Release

So Salesforce Winter ‘18 release is packed house of awesomeness.There are some great Lightning Features that one would not want to miss out definitely. We are taking productivity to a whole new level with features like mass inline edits in List Views, Related List Quick Links, Dynamic Lightning Pages, and Calendar Sharing. Features Your Users […]

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Get Started with Salesforce & Heroku Integration

Heroku is a cloud platform as a service(PaaS) that let companies build, deliver, monitor and scale apps — we’re the fastest way to go from idea to URL, bypassing all those infrastructure headaches. Heroku supporting several programming languages that are used as a web application deployment model. Heroku, one of the first cloud platforms has been in development […]

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Connected Apps

Connected Applications incorporates Salesforce with an application utilizing APIs. Connected apps habituate standard OAuth protocols for authentication, facilitate single sign-on, and facilitate tokens to be used with Salesforce APIs. Connected Apps permits Salesforce Administrators to set different security approaches and have an explicit control over the Connected Apps and their corresponding users. Connected Apps basically […]

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Creating / Refreshing a Sandbox from Production

To create/refresh a sandbox user should have “Modify all Permission”. Sandbox can only be created from Production. The Option is available under Data Management in Production. There is a limit of Sandbox creation, as per the Licenses available in the organization. There are 4 types of Sandboxes in Salesforce: Developer Sandbox Developer Pro Sandbox Full […]

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Go with the flow… (Salesforce Flow)

Earlier when you required a custom feature in your Salesforce installation to support your business process, the only available options were to create a brand-new app and integrate it with your Salesforce or to use existing features in a creative way to achieve the same objective. However, Salesforce evolved and we now have got Salesforce Visual […]

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