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Configuring Salesforce sObjects and saving time at the same time!

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Tutorial 18 Jul 2017 2488

If you are adding new fields to sObjects often, you know how time-consuming this can be, even if you are just accomplishing this task for a couple fields, because you have to bother with configuring the layouts, and setting up the FLS. More than 100 years ago Henry Ford applied the moving assembly line concept to his production method, however we don't have such an option for sObjects modifications, at least if you don't want to be dealing with the fun of XML files, however, even going down this road, you won't have the full speed of being able to modify and configure the objects and related settings.

Configuring Salesforce sObjects with higher efficiency using The Welkin Suite's built-in tools

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Field-level security settings in TWS - bulk modifications, quick actions and advanced filtering options
Salesforce objects fields configuration - adding and editing in a convenient UI in The Welkin Suite IDE
Salesforce sObjects Layouts modifications in sObjects Inspector

Troubleshooting and Debugging Salesforce orgs in The Welkin Suite

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Tutorial 27 Jun 2017 2677

Even though Salesforce has always been an innovative platform, just a couple years ago our troubleshooting options seemed as they were much more closer to the stone age, especially when we were comparing them to the other development platforms like Java or .NET. We were using things like "System.debug()" to print out important information to the log files, and then we were analyzing hundreds and thousands of lines of logs (I can feel the migraines and the sandpaper eyes just thinking about this now). However since that time, we already have had a great amount of tools for debugging become available to us - you can see a short overview of some of them below, and even further below, we'll highlight a couple of common scenarios that we are normally faced with, and how to handle them with these tools smileUse powerful IDE for your Salesforce org troubleshootingUse powerful IDE for your Salesforce org troubleshooting

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Starting Apex Retrospective Debugger from the Salesforce's Debug Logs viewer
Monitoring Salesforce Governor Limits changes step-by-step in the Apex Retrospective Debugger
Built-in Apex Profiler in The Welkin Suite IDE for Salesforce

Checking Objects Access with Apex

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Tutorial 27 Mar 2017 1672

There are 2 ways in Apex to get the describe information on sObject and the fields in Salesforce. The first one is Token — a lightweight, serializable reference to an sObject or a field that is validated at compile time. The second is a describeSObjects method — a method in the Schema class that performs describes on one or more sObject types. Both these structures return you Describe result — an object of Schema.DescribeSObjectResult type that contains all the describe properties for the sObject or field. Describe result objects are validated at runtime, and cannot be serializable. DescribeSObjectResult object is returned when performing the describe, using the sObject token or the describeSObjects method.

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Speed-up yourself with External Tools in The Welkin Suite Nova

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Tutorial 07 Feb 2017 2160

With a recently released The Welkin Suite Nova R1 version, we have added the support for the External Tools usage right from the IDE. In this small post, we will show you a couple of examples how you can unleash the power of such a "small" feature in your daily tasks. First of all, if you are not familiar with this feature - check out our documentation, so you will know how it works.

External tools in The Welkin Suite Nova

In our Salesforce development experience, we are using the External Tools mostly for such kinds of applications:

  • Executing some Ant (Salesforce Migration Tool) tasks
  • Automating the work with Git without any interactions with UI
  • Minifying or beautifying CSS or Javascript files from our static resources.
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Mavensmate + Welkin Suite IDE common workspace

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Tutorial 28 Dec 2016 1287

ll you know that Salesforce development environment is not the best in the world. You know that one tool can work much better with some feature that others when another one can do some other stuff in the best way. o, which tool to choose for an everyday work is a good question. Some oldschool folks choose Force.com IDE when others can do the best with Mavensmate, Welkin Suite or even Developer Console. For a few years Mavensmate was my favorite IDE. But a few months ago I found Welkin Suite as pretty cool tool. So, I decided to merge Mavensmate and Welkin workspaces in order to work within just one workspace.

MavensMate + The Welkin Suite

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MavensMate + The Welkin Suite common workspace

Moving From the Beta Version to The Welkin Suite Nova

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Tutorial 26 Dec 2016 919

The Welkin Suite Nova is on the way - so it’s now time we show you how to move from the Beta version to the production version in just a few steps.

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Lightning Components: An Innovative Bridge to the Future of Development

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Tutorial 06 May 2016 4092

Ever since Salesforce announced its Lightning Component Framework, not only has it immediately become the core of a series of discussions--it has also raised the bar for technological advancement of Salesforce applications and IDEs. As a result, in a number of ways this has established the direction for Salesforce development by introducing a set of integral features, which have to be taken into account and added to the functionality.

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Version Control in The Welkin Suite

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Tutorial 24 Feb 2016 3686

How often were you getting lost in the enormous amount of previous versions of files you were trying to maintain? Naming files like ‘code_ver1’, ‘code_ver2’, …, ‘code_ver45’ is workable solution, but not for large software projects. You need to have an ability to easily get back to a previous working version without digging through what changes were made and why. Add to this collaboration with other developers on a project, and you normally end up with an absolute mess.
The best solution, in this case, is a Version control system. This allows you to keep all the previous versions of your files as well as roll back to any of them, compare changes over time, define who and when made changes, and much more.
For all these issues The Welkin Suite has a built-in Git support, so you can work with a Git repository right from The Welkin Suite without switching to any other applications. You have an ability to commit your changes, work with different branches or create your own separate branches, merge changes and resolve conflicts, dig through the logs and many other options—everything is on hand and does not require you to use additional tools.

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The Lightning Components support in TWS

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Tutorial 25 Nov 2015 1

The Welkin Suite follows the developing of new features in Salesforce. The support of the Lightning components is one of the latest supplementation in the IDE.
Using the Lightning Components framework you can design your web application based on dynamic components and objects, rather than on pages.
Using The Welkin Suite, you can make this process more pleasure and save your time.

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Using, adding and modifying Apex code snippets

The Welkin Suite
Tutorial 21 Jul 2015 4230

As you know, every source code contains a lot of boilerplate codes which consume our time by forcing us to enter it again and again.
Now you don’t have to type the same text over and over if you are using it often. We've just recently introduced a new feature in The Welkin Suite - Code Snippets for Apex code. It is based on the concept of Code Completion and already has a list of predefined snippets.

To use this feature, you should ensure that "Show Code Snippets in Completion List" is enabled in options (Tools -> Options -> Text Editor -> Code Assistance -> Apex). So just begin to type a snippet or click the CTRL+K+X hotkey and select any of the snippets that you'd like to insert. You can easily edit the parameters when a snippet appears in your code: click "Tab" to switch between them and make all necessary changes.

Code Snippets for Apex code in the Welkin Suite

Let’s go deeper and understand how to tune them for your needs.

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