Around the Web – 20170908

And now for somethings to read over the weekend, if you have some spare time that is.

143: How to Train Your Dragon

In this episode, we discuss Salesforce’s elusive research division, live coding interviews, and the Lightning Theme coming to Visualforce pages in Winter ’18.

Sessions

Dreamforce is the learning event of the year and sessions are the heart of your experience. Hear firsthand how your peers are using Salesforce to drive innovation and success, and meet other Trailblazers looking to make an impact on their…

PicassoTiles 60 Piece Set 60pcs Magnet Building Tiles Clear Magnetic 3D Building Blocks Construction Playboards

We got a few sets of these for the kids to play with and they love them!

Make Developer Workbench a First Class Citizen

Under Point Threshold Idea hasn’t met the 2,500-point review threshold. Give it an upvote or downvote. Make Developer Workbench a First Class Citizen The Developer Workbench (workbench.developerforce.com) is a fantastic tool. It allows developers a…

Automatic Lightning Styles for Visualforce

Visualforce has enabled the very rapid development of custom-coded functionality that blends in seamlessly with native functionality in Salesforce Classic. Particularly, standard Visualforce components encapsulate the styling and functionality of…

Visual Studio Code August 2017

Welcome to the August 2017 release of Visual Studio Code. There are a number of significant updates in this version that we hope you will like, some of the key highlights include: JavaScript/TypeScript refactoring – Easily extract source code into…

A Beginner’s Guide to Einstein (Wave) Analytics

Creating meaningful analytics from multiple datasources, where the dashboards are interactive, connected, and actionable, was a daunting task for an analytics developer not too long ago. A Salesforce admin without programming training and…

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