Category Archives: Salesforce Services

Implementing RSS feeds on your Home Page using Visualforce page

Salesforce allows its users the ability to modify their Standard Home page by using various components such as links, images, HTML area and Visualforce area; the latter being a Visualforce area component to display your Visualforce page. It has also abandoned a few features of its own to implement something better the best example of… Read More »

Creating Global Picklist Value Set in Salesforce

Salesforce provides a way to create a custom Picklist on any Object or modify any existing Picklist values. But such type of Picklist is limited for that particular object and no other objects. Salesforce provides a flexibility to use “Global Picklist” value sets to share values across objects and custom Picklist fields and to restrict… Read More »

Using Nested Lightning Components in Salesforce

We have already gone back and forth on how Lightning is beneficial and yet minimalistic, how it could be rendered on VisualForce Pages and how to implement their design system on Salesforce Classic if you want a taste of both worlds. Since its emergence, a large swarm of developers has gone on tireless approaches to… Read More »

Expand and Collapse panel using Lightning Component

As mentioned in our previous blogs we have already seen how to use Lightning Components in our Visualforce pages and we have also seen how to implement the look and feel of Lightning in our Visualforce pages using SLDS system. As it stands it does seem like one way traffic as we are only implementing… Read More »

Creating a VisualForce Page with the help of Lightning Design System

While we have already discovered how to use the Lightning components in our VisualForce pages there are other ways available to developers to have the same look and feel of a Lightning design system in a VisualForce page without the use of any Lightning components. The Lightning design system provides a material design approach to… Read More »

Avoiding API Limits in Test Classes

Salesforce runs in a multitenant environment. So as to make sure that every user gets a fair access to all the salesforce resources and to avoid monopolization of shared resources, Salesforce applies API governor limits to it. While testing all the test classes or test suites in the salesforce org, there might be a possibility… Read More »