What is more important - developing or configuring, coding or clicking? Both are equally important for us! This is why in The Welkin Suite Blaze R5 we're releasing a bunch of handy features for everyone - Validations Rules editor with as-you-type suggestions, Static Resources manager and even one more feature for the Code Coverage. And, of course, everyone will notice a significant performance boost of the IDE itself!
While you are exploring new abilities of Salesforce DX, we have prepared for you a new version of The Welkin Suite IDE for Windows with useful updates for your regular Salesforce development. This time we want to provide you with new features for well-known and always in-trend functionality like managing Static Resources, getting more detailed information about Code Coverage for your Organization, and other ones - just keep reading
This past weekend in the Salesforce world was marked by an awesome event in New Dehli - IndiaDreamin'17!
The Welkin Suite definitely couldn't miss out on the first ever Salesforce Dreamin event in India, and what a great conference it was!!! Rustam Nurgudin is excited to share what he saw and felt, plus his takeaways from his very first experience in visiting India, talking to Indian's great Salesforce developers and administrators, and sharing knowledge and experiences between the many people from all parts of the world, who were at this event soon.
We are starting a small series related to the App Development with Salesforce DX Trailhead module and want to show you how to easily pass it using The Welkin Suite IDE.
If you haven't yet completed this module, this is a great chance for you to get inspired by the awesomeness of the Salesforce DX, earn a badge on Trailhead and get to know how to work with SFDX in The Welkin Suite.
At least here, in parts of the Northern Hemisphere, schools are back in session, the northern snow birds are getting ready to head south, and some are taking our final boating outings, bike rides, and starting to think about the snow machines. The never ending circle of life is continuing, and so is our never ending circle of new releases.
We are happy to say that we have again extended the ability or our IDE to make your work in Salesforce more productive, so you can stay at the peak of innovation that is driving this platform forward. Even though you might not be using all of these functions every day, they will surly make your work more comfortable, and bring you more success. So let's see what we have for you in Bloom R8.
Whether you are an experienced Salesforce Developer or Administrator or even if you are just starting out, you will most likely be aware of the flexibility and strength that Salesforce can offer as a Data Security System.
Just a few days ago (just to make it clear - I am writing this article on the last days of May 2017), we presented the Bloom R1 release for The Welkin Suite IDE, and to get this done we completed a huge amount of work. And now, I would like to take a look at, and talk with you about the main and most interesting moments that encompassed this:
For many years, we were waiting for some game-changing approach in Salesforce, which would bring Salesforce development closer to the other regular development platforms like Java or .NET. With Salesforce DX out here now, we can start enjoying all benefits of version control, continuous delivery, and continuous integration, without dealing with any of the complex workflows, that we were using previously. And we also now have the great Scratch orgs, which will significantly increase the development speed.
You have even greater workflows to take advantage of in The Welkin Suite Blaze, because our team has put to great use the longer days, which summer provides to us, to give you some new awesome possibilities.
For the most part, we are going to be talking about how now Salesforce Admins and Developers can take full advantage of working inside of our IDE. You will not regret the 10 minutes it will take you to read through this blog.
We are quite excited that from The Welkin Suite Blaze R3 for Mac, both Developers and Admins, can more easily work inside the same tool, as they can select which of the two predefined UI's will work best for them, and have it opened by default.
Also, we will tell you about a new great tool for Salesforce Admin - the Admin Panel with all the information about sObjects.