We are ready to start this summer off by presenting to you some new abilities of The Welkin Suite IDE for Mac, so please meet the newest updated version of the IDE - Blaze R1, and be ready to be impressed with its great functionalities, which will help you to improve you working process on Apex and Lightning. We did a great job tackling the amount of work that was related to the refreshing of, or even better said, the rewriting of the Code Assistance functionality, and the changes that we've made have solved a lot of issues, and we really feel that we are now providing you with a more powerful tool for all of your work. Also, the implemented built-in PMD support, in the IDE, will help you to analyze your Apex code, and keep it much clear and much easier to maintain thought the life of your project. The new Lightning Components and Applications Previewer not only looks incredible, but it will save greatly your time by letting you preview all of your changes in just seconds directly from The Welkin Suite IDE. Plus, now you won't miss any really useful options or new features in the IDE, because now you can use our new Getting Started guide that has tons of tips for exploring The Welkin Suite.
With our new release of The Welkin Suite Bloom R1 for Windows, we are again pushing to empower you by boosting your overall productivity, and comfort by providing you with the tools and features that you need in one application. For this release, The Welkin Suite team spent a countless amount of energy going over feedback and reports, and investigating different approaches to deliver to you a totally rebuilt Code Completion, and we can't wait for you to start using it. We also are sure that the new Lightning Components and Applications Previewer, and built-in PMD support for TWS will help you get your work completed faster and help you maintain the highest qualities of work that the world is demanding of you. Another small but useful thing we have done is we have added a Getting Started window to the IDE, which at this time highlights over 50 features, so you have a fast and convenient way of getting up-to-speed on the full potential of the IDE.
The wheels and gears at The Welkin Suite are turning as we are moving forward and extending the spectrum of features and possibilities available in our Mac version. In this release, we are glad to introduce the long-awaited Version Control support implemented through Git integration, followed by the possibility to manage your Lightning files in the Lightning Bundle Explorer. This way, you will no longer be faced with the teamwork issues - while your work with Lightning Applications and Components becomes more flexible and comfortable.
As we are moving closer to the Big Spring Release, we are crossing more and more items off our checklist - as with each release, more features that we've planned to implement are coming to life. In The Welkin Suite Spire R13, we have implemented the possibility to edit the permission sets and assign them to the users, which considerably extends the scope of actions that can be performed in terms of permissions management. That being said, this version is also packed with some improvements and bugfixes that level your workflow.
Since one of our goals is to make The Welkin Suite IDE a universal tool for Salesforce development, we are doing our best to provide the technological coverage that lets you handle all sorts of tasks - along with different approaches to handle them. For this matter, in The Welkin Suite Nova, we have lately been focused on providing the extended range of the declarative development possibilities. So starting from Nova R3, you will have Fields and Layouts in the sObjects Editor within reach whenever needed!
The first spring release of The Welkin Suite Spire is marked by the blossom of one of its earliest features - the deployment functionality. In the new version, we have overlooked the fundamentals, and this we are glad to present the new and improved Salesforce changes deployment to another organization. This renovation introduces the fresh new approach to the deployment process, which has become more adaptive to your personal requirements, as well as a lot more straightforward and smooth.
As spring is just starting to take over winter's land, we are here to warm things up with a great update to The Welkin Suite for Mac. The new Nova R2 version provides you with more Salesforce development power by introducing the declarative development possibilities through Field Level Security in sObjects Inspector, and by considerably extending the range of Metadata types that you can work with. As of now, you can develop more complex and intricate Salesforce solutions! At that, we have also made some fixes and improvements - so now you won't have to stumble over some issues anymore.
Do you often use Debugging possibilities? As of Spire R11, The Welkin Suite supplies you with even more possibilities, which will help you get rid of any errors in your code even faster! When debugging, you are now free to track the context of this process in accordance with the execution logs and check if Salesforce governor limits were used. As always, we have topped these updates with a few improvements and fixes that will make your life easier and more pleasant.
How about enhancing the range of tasks you can perform in our IDE, to ultimately succeed in Salesforce development a lot faster? Our team has come up with new ways to catalyze your work! Introducing the support of the new Metadata types - Letterhead, Visual Flow and Report Types, which add to the pool of possibilities within The Welkin Suite IDE - and Test Suites, which simplify and accelerate your work with test classes, and more. Dive into exploring our updates!
After several months of hard and thoughtful work, and endless effort we have been investing into the development, we are proud to present you the production version of The Welkin Suite for Mac - Nova R1! This version features fundamental updates to the functionality, thus bringing about the features that you may already be familiar with through our Windows version, as well as introducing some features that are only present in the Mac version so far. The latter primarily include Salesforce changes deployment, Immediate Apex execution, and Task lists. All of these will challenge your development speed limit - proving that there is still a way to reach even more impressive velocity!