You might think that The Welkin Suite Blaze is again a couple weeks behind the Bloom version for Windows? Kinda, but today we're releasing 2 versions in 1, so some of the newest, coolest things will be available even before the Windows version - like built-in support for the great CodeScan tool, significant performance and UI updates for the Field-Level Security and Local History Details. And at the same time, a lot of improvements for release management and deployment functionality are also available for you now - Copado integration, and enhanced tracking of changes. Are you still thinking that this is not worth a month of waiting? Well, you also have now a new Cloning Fields options, built-in formulas editor with code completion, and a couple more changes.
It seems like this would be the best moment to update our release names from Bloom and Blaze to something new, as we're starting a new iteration of significant updates to The Welkin Suite IDE. It would be even somehow nicer to release something like that on the 1st of March as a sign of a spring and something new and warm...
Well, we haven't done either of this But what we've brought to you is a couple great updates for release management (including integration with a great service from Copado), declarative development and other changes across the IDE. Just take a look.
It's time for a 'tock' release, if we'd borrow a 'tick-tock' release model from one well-know chip manufacturer. The Welkin Suite Blaze R10 brings a lot of 'here-and-there' improvements in different areas of Salesforce development, and we couldn't hesitate to add support for the new PMD 6.0 with a freedom of custom XPath rules! And the best thing here as all these changes are suggested or inspired by our community, so this is exactly what Salesforce devs are looking for. Have doubts? Check yourself ;)
In the first release of The Welkin Suite Bloom in 2018 we hope that we can both surprise you with something unexpected (and, of course, handy) as well as to prove that your feedback, suggestions, and critics had found grateful listeners! Today we're happy to share with you a lot of updates in various areas: data editor in the SOQL Builder, PMD 6.0 with new rules and custom XPath rules support, Lightning and Visualforce previewers, Apex Code Completion, and for sure important bugfixes.
We just ended the 2017 year with the release of The Welkin Suite Bloom for Windows, and now we're welcoming 2018 with the release of The Welkin Suite Blaze R9 with some cool features that you will like for sure! We seem to have a bit for everyone in this, Admin Panel improvements for admins, Apex Class Outline for those who develop backend logic, and a Visualforce previewer for the old-school frontend guys - how does this sound so far? Not enough? Okay, what about a built-in data editor in the SOQL query builder, and enhanced deployments with files comparison right in the IDE? Read below about all these great features!
Christmas is in the air and it is less than 10 days before New Year, and believe you or not, but our team is not only decorating the Christmas tree - we've also prepared some special gifts for you! First of all, is our Christmas discount! And, in addition to that, today we are releasing The Welkin Suite Bloom R14 with some highly-requested features from our great users.
Better Visualforce editing, more powerful deployments, and some tweaks for Admins - we hope this will be a nice gift from us
We are still very busy with the many awesome suggestions for new and improved features for Salesforce admins and developers, and we are still hard at work analyzing them and thinking about a roadmap for the next months At the same time we are doing that, our development team is building a foundation for this new functionality, as well as filling in some gaps in the functionality that was requested a while ago, and improving the stability of the IDE.
So now, it is time to meet the Managed Packages support in The Welkin Suite Bloom R12!
Hope you've had a great rest after Dreamforce this year — no matter if you were there or if you just watched it in social media it was great and enjoyable, however, a rest is surely needed after such a cool event! Even with that said, at the same time our team was working on a new version of The Welkin Suite for Mac — this time it's not packed with awesome new features, but instead it's full of new improvements and fixes all throughout the application!
It'll be a challenge to describe all of them, so we won't go so deep, but we'll highlight the most significant changes — take a look on what waits for you in the Blaze R7!
One of the most important items in the preparation of The Welkin Suite's team before their flight to Dreamforce'17 is to release some more new features and updates, so those of you who won't meet with us in San Francisco, you won't miss us while exploring the new Windows version of the IDE — Bloom R11!
This time we have prepared for you a set of handy improvements and changes in SOQL and others, which have been mostly requested by our great community!
One week is left before Dreamforce'17 where everyone will be talking about Salesforce DX, just because it is so great for Salesforce development that no one can ignore it! But before talking about it at Dreamforce — today we are happy to release SFDX support in The Welkin Suite for Mac, so you will even have some time to try it out before the snowball of news from the Moscone center will flood the network!