November 26, 2018

RTL Language Support Lightning

Salesforce classic supports RTL(Right To Left) quite well, but in LEX(Lightning Experience), it's not supported yet. Following screenshot from Salesforce help article clearly indicates the same.

I am sure it should be coming soon, as many are asking for the same on IdeaExchange: https://success.salesforce.com/ideaView?id=0873A000000E2wWQAS

Update: Salesforce came up with Beta for RTL support in Lightning, more details on this article: https://sforce.co/2FJQ2kw 

November 22, 2018

Salesforce Thanksgiving Stickers for WhatsApp & iMessage



Thanksgiving is a good time of year, with a sense of thankfulness, getting together and celebrations. Thanksgiving for me is an expression of gratitude, not only on the personal side but on professional as well (I started in Salesforce a decade back, in Q4 2008 only).

Salesforce did wonders and transformed careers of so many of us, every now and when its quite easy to run into a success story of someone not only very technical but from diverse backgrounds, education and work history. There is always a sense of giving back and help each other, and vibe around the same is quite strong as well. Again, there are many heartwarming stories of people inspiring, helping and making so many others successful.

To express gratitude and celebrate this warmth, and giving back. Team Concretio decided to come up with WhatsApp and iMessage stickers based on popular Salesforce characters like Astro, Codey, Einstein, and Appy. We felt it will be a great expression of gratitude for all Salesforce Ohana around the world to express the same using special Thanksgiving stickers based on these Salesforce chars.

Crossposted from LinkedIn here, kindly continue reading rest of the post here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/salesforce-thanksgiving-stickers-whatsapp-imessage-abhinv-gupta/


October 9, 2017

IndiaDreamin Presentation - "Seamless Deployment Techniques"

At India Dreamin 2017, Pawan Tyagi from our team got an opportunity to speak about seamless deployment techniques, which he learnt by implementing in my projects. His goal was to share my findings, about the autonomous deployment techniques, which would be reducing manual efforts of the team regarding code review, code conflict and deployment.