Using AWS with Salesforce

Using AWS with Salesforce is one of the best platforms you can use to help leverage Salesforce to reach its maximum potential. No problem can stand in your way when you understand the ins and outs around the technologies inside Amazon Web Services. S3: For… Read More

Converting HTML to Visualforce

When converting HTML files to Visualforce there is a few things you have to remember. Every tag needs to be closed. Some tags in HTML have more than one acceptable way of writing them. For instance take a look at the <br> tag. This tag… Read More

Easy Visualforce Lightning Components

On Salesforce Lightning records you can now include visualforce as a component. For situations where you need to display information or dynamic UI from a query or calculation you can save a lot of time with visualforce components. After creating this visualforce page make sure… Read More

How to reference Apex in Visualforce

Examples showing how to reference Apex variables and queries in visualforce. Also shows how to send variables from visualforce to an apex controller. Github Repo: Simply create the visualforce page and controller and click preview after saving to see the results. Apex:

Visualforce page:… Read More

Apex Test Utility Class

When programming on the Salesforce platform in order to deploy anything to production you need to have a “Apex Test Class” that runs over 75% of the code without errors. To make this task as painless as possible you should create whats called a Apex… Read More

For Loops in Apex

Creating For Loops in apex is needed for many different tasks you’ll be given as a Salesforce Developer. Here are some ways you can implement For Loops in your code:

For lists or set iteration: Use this any time you want to loop over… Read More

Understanding Data Types in Apex

Most programming languages support common data types of real, integer and boolean. In the Apex programming language for Salesforce this remains true. Before programming on the salesforce platform you should get familiar with the different data types that are available to you. Primitive: Integer, Double, Long,… Read More