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Pet project: Create Parent and Child records from visualforce page for ANY Salesforce object

Part1: The rough working prototype Done miss to use the┬áBeta Demo on dev org Dear awesome readers, This post is a continuation to a series of posts. If you missed, the previous post can be found at https://salesforcemann.wordpress.com/2016/11/11/pet-project-create-parent-and-child-records-from-visualforce-page-for-any-salesforce-object-part-0/ In this... Continue Reading →

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Visualforce and Bootstrap CSS – an example with apex:pageblocksection

Dear awesome readers, Wont it be nice to create good looking pages, rather than the boring omnipresent standard salesforce stylesheet. What you need to know before you go ahead: 1. Visualforce basics 2. CSS basics 3. jQuery basics What we... Continue Reading →

Eureka: Dynamic Visualforce Bindings for an sObject List

Dear awesome readers, If you have already played with sObjects and Visualforce, you have surely gone through the below link. If you havn't please do. Its simple and sets the tone for the revelation in this post. https://developer.salesforce.com/docs/atlas.en-us.pages.meta/pages/pages_dynamic_vf.htm The developer... Continue Reading →

Pet project: Create Parent and Child records from visualforce page for ANY Salesforce object

Part0: Introduction Yes, you read it right! "any salesforce object". Read on my dear awesome readers... Recently, I came across a requirement where users wanted a one stop solution to create account and related contacts on one page. Obviously, this... Continue Reading →

Salesforce – security and access

Dear awesome readers, This post was actually written many years ago but it is still relevant. It is a must have knowledge for all Salesforce admins and devs. Sharing rules can never be stricter than the OWD settings. Sharing Access... Continue Reading →

Part 1: Visualforce rendering woes

In this blog, we will take on the reRender beast, which really isn't a beast at all. Some theory: reRender is one of the simplest ways of partially updating a VF page after a user action. Here is an exhaustive... Continue Reading →

Part 0: Visualforce rendering woes

Dear awesome readers, I have to admit that rendering parts of the page in visualforce can be daunting, especially if you are new to this. It's like you feel "I did it absolutely correctly and yet why isn't that god... Continue Reading →

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Salesforce Tutorial – Wrapper class

Dear awesome readers, I have been in your shoes trying to pull my hair over wrappers! But sincerely, they ain't that tough. What you need is patience and courage to overcome the feer of long-looking code. Lets learn by taking... Continue Reading →

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