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Merry Chrsitmas and Happy New Year from The Welkin Suite

The Welkin Suite
24 Dec 2018 878

Dear Salesforce community and The Welkin Suite users, 

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year'18 from The Welkin Suite

Objects Permissions Editor in Development

The Welkin Suite
24 Dec 2018 481

While everyone is busy with this Holidays season, The Welkin Suite team is working hard on implementing one more very cool feature in the Salesforce configuration area. The one that will nicely extend the Field Level Security configuration options, and fulfill a lot of requests that we've received from you - Objects Permissions Editor. Let's take a quick look at what expects us in the first release of the new 2019 year when this feature will be ready to see the world wink

Mass editor for Salesforce objects permissions in The Welkin Suite

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Mass editor for Salesforce objects permissions in The Welkin Suite
Displaying and configuring View All and Modify All permissions for Salesforce Objects
Additional filtering options in the Objects Permissions Editor in The Welkin Suite

3 ways to store Salesforce projects in Git with The Welkin Suite

The Welkin Suite
Tutorial 29 Nov 2018 493

We see the Salesforce platform constantly evolving, and along with that, we see the development processes transforming as well. But do we only see this evolution around those what I would call buzzwords of Salesforce, like moving from Visualforce to Lightning, Salesforce DX, or even about the progression away from having to use code at all? I would say no, and I think a great example of this is how the development and development flows have matured around Apex. Just 5 years ago using GIT with Apex projects was a very scare world in Salesforce, and now it is not scary at all as the tools, developers, and workflows have grown.

How to benefit from Git with The Welkin Suite - 3 different ways to store a project in Git

 

So let’s talk today a bit about the different options you and your team have in The Welkin Suite to store your sources and metadata in Git. I am not going to mention anything about flows and best practices, as each project and team is unique in its way of using Git, so we’ll just highlight what you can do in the IDE to make your Git journey easier and more comfortable.

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How to benefit from Git with The Welkin Suite - 3 different ways to store a project in Git
Sweet and clean Git repository with only Salesforce sources and metadata in it
Storing Slaesforce sources and metadata plus The Welkin Suite project details in the Git

Black Friday/Cyber Monday Super Deal

The Welkin Suite
24 Nov 2017 1837

It probably can't be argued that many of us through-out the world appreciate it when companies jump onto the spirt of what has become "Black Friday" and "Cyber Monday", as this gives many of us the opportunity to finally justify purchasing some great stuff, which can make our live more enjoyable, and at prices that fit our end of the year budgets.

40% off your The Welkin Suite subscription! Don't miss the deal!

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Don't miss the Black Friday and Cyber Monday super deal!

Add existing Anonymous Apex files and SOQL queries to your project in Bloom R20

The Welkin Suite
Release 21 Aug 2018 768

We believe you liked our Bloom R19 version of The Welkin Suite IDE and you already have had an opportunity to try those incredible features which were needed (smile) So we are ready to continue to implement more of your requests and, of course, to fix some issues that you have reported to us. This time we paid our attention mostly to Anonymous Apex and SOQL, but not only to this! So in this release for the Windows TWS version, you will find more than 20 different improvements and fixes all over the application.

The Welkin Suite Bloom R20 for Windows

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The Welkin Suite Bloom R20 for Windows
Hotkeys for Anonymous Apex execution
Status for the deploy process in the status bar
Download Debug logs after a test run
Open meta xml files directly from the code editor

Full metadata support, seamless teamwork and other improvements in The Welkin Suite Blaze R13

The Welkin Suite
Release 25 Jul 2018 1438

The Welkin Suite Blaze R13 version is dedicated to covering all of the known issues and imperfections in the teamwork organization for non-SalesforceDX projects, and much of this is based on a lot of feedback from our community- thank you to all that sent ideas and pain points!

It is a huge challenge to highlight anything that was introduced in this release as somehow more important than anything else, as all of these changes were requested and are quite honestly required for a comfortable work with Salesforce projects in complex environments. So due to the significant amount of changes that we made, we'll just list them off without any additional description - so you can find what would be the interesting areas to you and then you can read about them in more detail below.

So the main changes in the new version of the IDE are (the links will lead you to the correct section in the article):

One of the biggest IDE releases - The Welkin Suite Blaze R13

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The Welkin Suite Blaze R13 with full metadata support and a lot of other new features

120+ supported metadatas, project from sources, and others in The Welkin Suite Bloom R19

The Welkin Suite
Release 25 Jul 2018 1958

The Welkin Suite Bloom R19 version is dedicated to covering all of the known issues and imperfections in the teamwork organization for non-SalesforceDX projects, and much of this is based on a lot of feedback from our community- thank you to all that sent ideas and pain points!

It is a huge challenge to highlight anything that was introduced in this release as somehow more important than anything else, as all of these changes were requested and are quite honestly required for a comfortable work with Salesforce projects in complex environments. So due to the significant amount of changes that we made, we'll just list them off without any additional description - so you can find what would be the interesting areas to you and then you can read about them in more detail below.

So the main changes in the new version of the IDE are (the links will lead you to the correct section in the article):

The Welkin Suite Bloom R19 with all metadatas supported and a lot of other changes

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The Welkin Suite Bloom R19 with all metadatas supported and a lot of other changes
Refresh The Welkin Suite project according to changes in sources
Successful refresh of The Welkin Suite project according to sources
Applying changes in sources to The Welkin Suite project
Creating The Welkin Suite project using existing sources
Resolving conflicts between local sources in a project and a Salesforce organization
Notification that a project is not connected to any Salesforce organization
Menu items to connect Salesforce project to an organization
Quick deployment options for files directly from a context menu
Various deploy on save options in The Welkin Suite
Updated Salesforce project creation process in The Welkin Suite IDE with 120+ metadata types supported
Salesforce field usage report with field usages in SOQL queries
Find usages for Apex variables in SOQL queries
Salesforce Metadata working set configuration for faster access to most common metadata types
Context menu option to configure Salesforce metadata working set
New option to create The Welkin Suite project from existing Salesforce sources
Updated pending changes panel in The Welkin Suite IDE with comparison, deploy, force deploy and discard options
Significantly reorganized project's context menu in the Solution Explorer
Improved Salesforce project metadata configuration wizard in The Welkin Suite IDE
New structured view of the Pull wizard in The Welkin Suite IDE
New pull options to get changes or files from Salesforce
Incredibly fast deployment speed in The Welkin Suite IDE

Release Highlights Webinar - The Welkin Suite Bloom R19

The Welkin Suite
24 Jul 2018 377

Have you thought what it would be like to have all the metadata from your org in your The Welkin Suite project, but still be able to work with the ones that you most commonly use in the fastest possible way? 

Or, have you ever wanted to feed your Git repo or plain sources directly to TWS, to have a more seamless workflow?

Or, maybe, you were missing some deploy or retrieve options in the IDE?

All of these and even more The Welkin Suite new features will be shown in details during our Release Highlights Webinar on July 26th - sign-up for it and be prepared to this game-changing release of The Welkin Suite IDE!

The Welkin Suite's biggest release in the past 2 years!

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How to create The Welkin Suite project from your sources in Git

The Welkin Suite
Tutorial 18 Jul 2018 1604

Ok, we have to admit that at the time of our writing this, we haven't yet released The Welkin Suite Bloom R19, but we'd still like to share with you some of the new great additions that it will introduce so that you will be up to speed by the release. So with that comment out of the way, one of the most very common questions we have had over the past years has been "How to work with my sources that are in Git in The Welkin Suite?" - today we're going to be answering this question.

Creating The Welkin Sutie project using existing sources from your version control

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Creating The Welkin Sutie project using existing sources from your version control
Simple Git repository with plain Salesforce sources
New option to create The Welkin Suite project from existing Salesforce sources
Git repository with The Welkin Suite files
Different options to create a project based on existing Salesforce sources
Resolving conflicts between local sources in a project and a Salesforce organization
Option to connect The Welkin Suite project to any Salesforce organization
Project connection prompt after creating it from existing sources

You asked - we did! Upcoming changes in the deployment process

The Welkin Suite
16 Jul 2018 935

The Welkin Suite is about to roll out a great release, and I would like to highlight that it’s totally based on your feedback and requests! Some of you may have already seen our announcement on this release of The Welkin Suite but if you missed it - you can check it out here.

This version of the IDE is really full of significant changes for different parts of the IDE's functionality. And now, I would like to clarify some more details to warm up your interest! :) So what makes this version so important? 

Announcement. Highlights of the upcoming changes.

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Announcement. Highlights of the upcoming changes.
Salesforce IDE release based on users' feedback
Requested changes for the build/deployment functionality
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