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Pebble Watch: Salesforce Approvals – Part 1

I recently bought a Pebble ‘smart’ watch and I have to say I’m pretty impressed with it. Rather than try and replace the phone in your pocket, it works to extend it by providing you with notifications and an app

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Apex Code Tip – Sending Email to Salesforce Users

Apex allows you send emails from code using the Messaging namespace. As usual Salesforce governor limits are at work and you could unwittingly hit your limits without needing to. If you are sending email to users within your organisation, make

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Apex Approval Actions

Approval Processes are a great feature of the Salesforce platform. They stand firmly behind the ‘No Software’ banner by giving ‘Power Users’ the ability to configure approval criteria and outcomes via a point and click interface. Aproval outcomes can create

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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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Creating A Simple Batch Apex Process Queue

Working with the Salesforce platform presents many challenges. One of the most common is avoiding the platforms many governor limits. As a developer, hitting governor limits on the platform is a sure fire way to turn a good day into

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Trigger Pattern for Tidy, Streamlined, Bulkified Triggers Revisited

I thought I’d launch my blog by revisiting a post I wrote for the Cookbook. You can find the original post here: Trigger Pattern for Tidy, Streamlined, Bulkified Triggers The main aims of this pattern are to organise trigger

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