Around the Web – 20180803

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

182: Nonban

Good Day, Sir! Show – Salesforce Podcast – / John De Santiago – Aug 1 – In this episode, we discuss Dreamforce, the misuse of kanban, issues discovered casting a Datetime value to a Date, Apple’s 3rd quarter results, lightning development, and a lot of misc. topics.

Pokemon Kid Friendly Headphones with Built in Volume Limiting Feature for Safe Listening

These are great for little Pokemon fans while traveling.

Redux: Performance Comparison Between Process Builder and Apex Triggers

Medium – Roger Mitchell – Aug 1, 2:41 PM – At the end of 2016, I posted about the performance differences between Process Builder and Apex Triggers on single record and bulk transactions (it’s a good read, check it out here). Since it’s been over 18 months and Salesforce has been improving…

Getting Started with MuleSoft: A Quick Start Guide for Salesforce Developers – Salesforce Developers Blog

Salesforce.com – Aug 2, 3:00 AM – In May of this year, Salesforce announced the acquisition of MuleSoft. The MuleSoft Anypoint Platform, which will become part of Salesforce Integration Cloud, unlocks developer productivity on many levels. This post will guide you through some of…

Testing Vue with Jest part – II – Ramon Schmidt - @ramon_src

Medium – Ramon Schmidt — @ramon_src – Jul 22, 5:52 PM – So, recapitulating the first part of this series we configured and created our first Vue Js test with Jest and the library vue-test-utils. This tutorial will not explain you how to configure a vue application. We only will focus on component…

Build a state management system with vanilla JavaScript

CSS-Tricks – Jul 24, 11:36 PM – Managing state is not a new thing in software, but it’s still relatively new for building software in JavaScript. Traditionally, we’d keep state within the DOM itself or even assign it to a global object in the window. Now though, we’re spoiled…

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