Grand Announcement: Mac version of The Welkin Suite On the Way!

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15 Feb 2016 12987

With so many people now using Mac OS for Salesforce development, leaving Mac users overboard would be most unwise. For this matter, The Welkin Suite team decided that since the choice of the Operation Systems is quite diverse, our IDE has to cover this diversity as best as possible, to make our handy features available for users with various OS preferences.

Mac version of The Welkin Suite in progress

Thus, we decided to kick this idea off by first introducing the Mac version of The Welkin Suite IDE, which so many of you have been requesting over the last six months. The first release will feature a beta version, which will have some of the convenient functionality you may have gotten used to in the Windows version. Our goal is to get the Mac version to you as soon as possible, so that you could pilot it in and share your feedback with us!

We are planning on releasing the Mac OS version in spring 2016, so stay tuned for any updates!

Meanwhile, we would love it if you let us know, which features would you like to see in the beta version first?

Reach out to us via Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or Google+, or simply leave your ideas in the comments!

Mac version of The Welkin Suite in progress
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  1. jannisbott Posted

    As @jchristman already mentioned, I would love to test this tool on my mac....

  2. dmytro.rybalskiy Posted

    Search in help for Mac and Windows separately, how do I change themes in Mac version?

    1. kate.dulko Posted

      Hi Dmytro,

      The Welkin Suite for Mac is available only with the Dark theme currently.
      Also, may I please clarify with you if you suggest the different search options on the site related to the Mac OS and Windows?

      Thank you.

  3. WelkinSuite@008 Posted

    I installed the suite on my mac. How do I start the IDE I see no icon, app, or map

    1. kate.dulko Posted

      Hi Gianni,

      Thank you for your message.

      May I please ask you to check if The Welkin Suite application is present in your $user/Applications/ folder?
      Also, you can open your Launchpad and check if The Welkin Suite IDE is present there or to find the application using the 'Command + Space' hotkey.

      Please let me know about results.


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