September 30, 2016
September 28, 2016
"Circles of success" is an amazing approach towards interactive group conversations, where focus is for like minder customers to come together as a small group, and start a more engaging unscripted discussion with each other. These discussions are good for getting tips about "getting starting" and "adoption" related topics. What I liked most here is, its customer to customer interaction, which opens great possibilities to share real life knowledge, earned out of solving real business challenges.
September 26, 2016
September 21, 2016
I recently came across this tweet from Salesforce Trailhead, its about sharing your trail blazer story.
How has Trailhead helped you in your career? Let us know with the hashtag #mytrailblazerstory pic.twitter.com/AwWFb85PBG— SalesforceTrailhead (@trailhead) September 21, 2016
I found it quite interesting, as Trailhead is base and the way we learn and groom ourselves at Concretio Apps. Trailhead is part of our 20 Days Salesforce internal training programme. We shared the same story in a Salesforce DUG meet sometime back (slides). The same Salesforce training process is more refined by our practice of 2 years, so I thought of re-sharing the same with a video demo (below).
September 15, 2016
September 8, 2016
Named Credential is a great feature to simplify authentication and API endpoint management in Salesforce, specially when OAuth is involved. One doesn't needs to get into technicals of:
- Getting OAuth Access Tokens.
- Refreshing the same.
- Storing the same safely.
- Lastly using the same in an easy way.
Named credentials work really well for a single user scenario, where that user can go and authorise Salesforce to store their access tokens, and let any apex code use the same without much hassle.
Though it becomes tricky when we are developing a multi user sync solution based on Named Credentials i.e.