Around the Web – 20170915
Brett M. Nelson - Friday, September 15, 2017
And now for somethings to read over the weekend, if you have some spare time that is.
On React and WordPress
Big companies like to bury unpleasant news on Fridays: A few weeks ago, Facebook announced they have decided to dig in on their patent clause addition to the React license, even after Apache had said it's no longer allowed for Apache.org projects.
Recently one of these was given to me as a gift. It has been a great machine for getting started with 3D printing.
GitHub, in collaboration with Facebook, are pleased to announce the launch of Atom-IDE - a set of optional packages to bring IDE-like functionality to Atom. The start of this journey includes smarter context-aware auto-completion as well as a host...
The Practical Computer Scientist: Getting Started as a Salesforce Developer - Salesforce Developers Blog
Want to begin a career on Salesforce, but have no idea where to start? In this post, I share my Salesforce journey of how I learned to develop on the platform. I adhered to the Salesforce credo to learn, earn, and connect. TL;DR: here's my getting...
Using Einstein Platform Services within Force.com - Salesforce Developers Blog
Lots of functionality has been added to our Einstein offering for developers since the launch of Einstein Vision a couple of months ago. This blog post guides you through the new capabilities and how to implement them into your Salesforce org. The...
Dreamforce 2017 Sessions
Attending any of our 2,700+ sessions is the fastest way to immerse yourself in all the innovation Dreamforce has to offer. Salesforce Einstein makes it easy to narrow down which sessions to attend by learning from historical Dreamforce data to...
✔Your Checklist to Discover Lightning
It's the first week of Month of Lightning and we're taking the time to Discover all the amazing aspects of Lightning. This week I want you to focus on learning, evaluating and aligning your company so you are set up for success when you roll out...
Keep Flows and Data in Sync on Lightning Record Pages (Winter 18)
This is a new take on my earlier project Reloadable Visualforce Lightning Component, whose purpose was to provide a way to display a Flow on a Lightning Record Page and have that Flow dynamically sync itself with any data changes made on the page.
Till Next Week
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