Around the Web – 20190215
Brett M. Nelson - Friday, February 15, 2019
And now for somethings to read (or watch) over the weekend, if you have some spare time that is.
206: Toast Is Good
Good Day, Sir! Show - Salesforce Podcast – / John De Santiago – Feb 13, 5:41 PM – In this episode, we discuss beer (what else), apex transactions and context, my code, and unit testing.
DAS KeyBoard Pro 4
Cherry MX mechanical key switches with Gold contact, dedicated media control with oversized volume knob, Two-port USB 3.0 Super speed hub - up to 5GB/s, 10x the speed of USB 2.0, Instant sleep...
Debug Your Lightning Web Components - Salesforce Developers Blog
Salesforce.com – Feb 11, 11:00 AM – You built your first Lightning web component, everything looks great in the IDE, but something is not working as expected in your Salesforce org. That's the point where it's important to know how you can debug Lightning web components. This blog...
Salesforce DX Integration Strategies
Andy in the Cloud – Andrew Fawcett – Feb 10, 3:36 AM – This blog will cover three ways by which you can interact programmatically with Salesforce DX. DX provides a number of time-saving utilities and commands, sometimes though you want to either combine those together or choose to write your own that...
126.96.36.199 / 188.8.131.52 release notes - Spring '19 / API v45.0 updates
Illuminated Cloud – 184.108.40.206 - Spring '19 / API v45.0 Updates Updated to use an API v45.0 SOAP client and allowed API v45.0 for connections. Added support for the following new language features: WITH SECURITY_ENFORCED SOQL clause $ContentAsset global value provider...
Testing with Jest in WebStorm | WebStorm Blog
JetBrains – View all posts by Ekaterina Prigara → – Oct 26, 2018 – Jest, the testing platform developed by Facebook, is becoming more and more popular with each day, especially for testing React applications. Jest is fast, easy to get started with, and has lots of features (such as snapshot testing and test...
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