Pub/Sub API Made Easy via Managed Subscriptions (Open Beta)
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by Neha Ahlawat
17h ago
Salesforce Pub/Sub API is the secret sauce to building asynchronous, event-driven integrations leveraging the Salesforce Platform and Change Data Capture events. Built with a modern outlook, it’s a gRPC-based API that went GA in June 2022. Being the single interface to publish and subscribe, this API allows you to take advantage of the real power of the Salesforce Event Bus and eventing platform in general. You can use Pub/Sub API to receive and send notifications via platform events, monitor your Salesforce org using real-time monitoring events, make data sync decisions based on Change Data C ..read more
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Parsing JSON from Data Cloud in Marketing Cloud to Support Journey Builder Splits
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by Gina Nichols
1w ago
Salesforce Data Cloud allows you to include related attributes during activation to Marketing Cloud. Related attributes are tied to data model objects (DMOs) that have a 1:N relationship with the object used for segmentation. An example of related attributes would be where the individual used for segmentation is the individual, and purchase history could be the related DMO as it would have many rows of purchase history per individual. When these related attributes are activated from Data Cloud to Marketing Cloud, the related attributes are stored in a single field in the activated data extens ..read more
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Get Started with the Logger API for Custom LWCs
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by Grisha Lyukshin
1w ago
As Salesforce development continuously evolves, so do instrumentation needs. While Salesforce standard components have long been observable through internal instrumentation frameworks, the same level of insight into custom components has been a persistent challenge. Responding to the demand from Salesforce customers and ISV teams, we are thrilled to unveil a new solution: the Logger API. This API empowers developers to glean valuable insights into the performance, usage, and security of their custom Lightning web components (LWCs). Problem statement Until Spring 2024, custom components develop ..read more
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Get Started with Salesforce APIs — Thanks to Award-Winning Resources
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by Philippe Ozil
2w ago
Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) are the cornerstone of software integrations, but did you know that Salesforce has been at the forefront of exposing APIs for its products since the year 2000? Salesforce, along with eBay and Amazon, are considered the inventors of web APIs, which developers use ubiquitously every day. In this post, we’ll provide an overview of the Salesforce APIs, we’ll present how you can get started with them quickly, and we’ll share about our recent Best API award. About the Salesforce APIs Whether it’s the Salesforce Platform, MuleSoft, Tableau, or Data Cloud, eac ..read more
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The Salesforce Developer’s Guide to the Summer ’24 Release
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by Mohith Shrivastava
2w ago
Attention Salesforce Developers — we’re excited to introduce you to the Summer ’24 Release Readiness program! Salesforce has three major releases each year, and with them comes a lot to read and learn about. If you don’t have time to read the 600+ pages of release notes in full, we’ve got you covered. The Release Readiness program provides developers with easy-to-access information on the latest release. This blog post will serve as your hub for the Summer ’24 release, where you can quickly scan for the latest features and functionality updates to the Salesforce Platform, our AI and data tools ..read more
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Introducing the NFCService Mobile Capability
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by Ashwin Nair
3w ago
Ever heard of Near Field Communication (NFC)? NFC is a facility that can be used for two devices to interface with each other, mostly through a physical chip that each of the two devices can read from. While it sounds a bit complicated, let’s simplify it with a real-world example. You may have noticed the icon that looks like a wifi signal on top of your credit card. That icon means that the card is NFC-ready. This allows you to be able to make contactless payments between your credit card and a card reader when you are at a store making a purchase. With the power of NFC in mind, we are please ..read more
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The Beginner’s Guide to Getting Started with Salesforce Development
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by Charles Watkins
1M ago
There are several core topics that developers need to know in order to get started with Salesforce Platform development today. We’ve put together a guide for beginners, not to teach you how to build with Salesforce, but to give you broad familiarity with all the tools, languages, concepts, and resources that you’ll need when building on the platform. Think of this guide as a kind of roadmap that details the stops you’ll make on your journey to becoming a Salesforce Developer. Get familiar with the Salesforce environments Before you can do anything, you’ll need a Salesforce instance, commonly r ..read more
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Using Data Cloud Web SDK to Capture Engagement on Your Website
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by Aditya Naag Topalli
1M ago
Salesforce Data Cloud offers various built-in connectors to fetch data from different data sources. To capture engagement data from a website, such as page views, clicks, etc., Data Cloud provides a data capture and collection framework called the Interactions Web SDK. In this blog post, we’ll go over the features of the Web SDK and how you can use them in your websites. While the Web SDK can be used with any web stack, we’ll be using a sample website built using Lightning Web Runtime (LWR) on Node.js for this blog post. It’s inspired by the E-Bikes sample app and displays a list of products ..read more
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Lightning Experience Performance: First Anniversary, Results, and Outlook
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by Bogdan Brinza
1M ago
Over the past year, many Salesforce teams have focused on improving Lightning Experience performance. Our teams have been going over performance traces that power all the fantastic workflows that Trailblazers use to drive innovation in businesses worldwide. And there is some good news to report! With this blog post, we celebrate one year of dedicated focus on improving the user experience for Lightning. We share the improvements that we’ve implemented and give you an outlook on what to expect in 2024. As we’ve done in previous blog posts in this series, we’ll provide a few deeper dives into ce ..read more
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Invoke Prompt Templates from Flow, Apex, or the REST API
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by Alba Rivas
1M ago
Prompt templates are used to integrate generative AI capabilities into your applications and workflows. You can create them in Prompt Builder, which is part of the Einstein 1 Studio suite of AI development tools. When you invoke prompt templates, they are first resolved, which entails surfacing all the data references in the prompt template (e.g., merge fields, related lists, flows, or Apex), and then sent through the Einstein Trust Layer, before generating a response from the large language model (LLM). Some out-of-the-box entry points allow you to invoke prompt templates from Salesforce, suc ..read more
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