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The Trouble with Dates and Times

Dates and DateTimes don’t always play nicely when you’re trying to push them through from environment to environment. You often have to mess about with them a bit to shoehorn them in and out of Salesforce. I’m going to look

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Salesforce Lightning Lookup Component : Version 2

Version 2 This is Version 2 of the Salesforce Lightning Lookup Component. I had one of those, ‘Why didn’t I do it like that instead?‘ moments in the shower this morning. Essentially, it’s less code as I’ve done away with the rendering

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Salesforce Lightning Lookup Component

Note: This article has been superceded by: Version 2.  I’ve been playing around with Salesforce Lightning components and one of the obvious things that seems to be missing is a UI component to lookup a record in a Salesforce custom object

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Productivity Tip : Quicker Javascript and CSS development using Dropbox

I’ve been working on a Javascript/CSS heavy Visualforce page this week and it can be a real pain tweaking the code, saving the library, zipping up the static resource, uploading it to Salesforce, testing the change and then repeating the

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