Around the Web – 20171020

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

Salesforce DX is now Generally Available! – Salesforce Developers Blog

I am incredibly proud and excited to announce that Salesforce DX is now Generally Available with the Winter ’18 Salesforce release! This release follows an extremely successful Open Beta program that started last June, and we couldn’t have done it…

148: My Code

In this episode, we discuss refactoring, global search, the Salesforce Success Community being rebranded to the Trailblazer Community, and Skuid’s upcoming Millau Release.

Teaching Salesforce to drive with Einstein Vision Services

Technology is not good or bad. It is what we do with it that matters. AI is a gift! May we use it for the betterment of all mankind! pic.twitter.com/E09tuBYCnZ — Marc Benioff (@Benioff) September 17, 2017 There’s something in that tweet that…

Redmond Real Salt, Nature’s First Sea Salt

Real Salt is real, authentic salt. Unrefined, full of flavor and naturally-occurring minerals, Real Salt is salt exactly as nature made it.

How to use Einstein Object Detection – Salesforce Developers Blog

Today we’re announcing the availability of our newest Einstein Platform Services offering – Einstein Object Detection in beta. This blog post explains how it compares to Einstein Image Classification and how to get started. The Einstein…

Vue.js with Salesforce.com

Vue.js with Salesforce.com is an entry level book designed to help a developer gain an understanding of Vue.js and start using it with Salesforce.com.

Winter ’18 for Developers – Salesforce Developers Blog

The Winter ’18 release is here, bringing lots of features to delight developers (and users of the apps we build). We shared some of the cool stuff in this release during our Winter ’18 webinar, and in a post about the new style added to Lightning.

Use a second laptop as an extended monitor with Windows 10 wireless displays

James Clarke from the Windows team rolled into a meeting today with two Surfaces…but one had no keyboard. Then, without any ceremony, he proceeded to do this: Now, I consider myself a bit of a Windows Productivity Tips Gourmand, and while I was…

Use Lightning Component into VF page – Lightning OUT

Have you ever used lightning component into your VF page? Have you ever think why we should create VF page and Lightning Component for the same functionality? In all of my projects that I am working, I have stopped creating VF pages and Yes, it is…

Speak Like Churchill, Stand Like Lincoln

Ever wish you could captivate your boardroom with the opening line of your presentation, like Winston Churchill in his most memorable speeches? Or want to command attention by looming larger than life before your audience, much like…

Write tests. Not too many. Mostly integration.

Guillermo Rauch tweeted this a while back. Let’s take a quick dive into what it means. NOTE: This is a cross-post from my newsletter. Subscribe to get more content like this right in your inbox! 💌 A while back, Guillermo Rauch‏…

What’s New In DevTools (Chrome 62) | Web

New features coming to DevTools in Chrome 62: Support for top-level await operators in the Console. CSS Grid highlighting. A new Console API for querying objects. Negative filters and URL filters in the Console. HAR imports in the Network panel.

Salesforce | See the differences between С# and Apex with a handy cheat sheet!

While you can develop and publish your.NET applications using the Microsoft Azure cloud platform – the thing is,… What is DataSet? Data set is the collection of data to train the machine to predict. Let’s understand this… Using Angular…

How MobileCaddy Aids Bugless Salesforce Releases

We’re all aware of the thrice-yearly Salesforce releases, and how they’re unstoppable forces. We’re all also aware that bugs exist, and that any bug found post-launch is a lot more expensive than one found during testing. Here’s a quick story on…

How JavaScript works: Event loop and the rise of Async programming + 5 ways to better coding with…

Welcome to post # 4 of the series dedicated to exploring JavaScript and its building components. In the process of identifying and describing the core elements, we also share some rules of thumb we use when building SessionStack, a JavaScript…

How JavaScript works: inside the V8 engine + 5 tips on how to write optimized code

Couple of weeks ago we started a series aimed at digging deeper into JavaScript and how it actually works: we thought that by knowing the building blocks of JavaScript and how they come to play together you’ll be able to write better code and apps.

My Javascript Workflow

Following the (relative) success of How I lint My Python, today I’d like to talk about the tools and techniques I use while writing Javascript at work. Regular readers of this blog won’t be surprised by the fact I’m using TDD and thus that I…

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