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Build your own Lightning Component

Christmas is almost here: 4 days and counting! How about getting into the pre-Christmas spirit by building your very own Lightning Component? Why are we doing this? My current projects all involve building solutions which are centred around an application – an application for a consumer mortgage or an application for a business loan – Read more about Build your own Lightning Component[…]

I love Japan! Part 2

Following on from our travel blog few weeks back **beeeep** Alright, I admit it… it is not a travel blog (yet!) One of the wonders of this community is having the chance (and excuse) to go all over the world. In part 1 whilst making you jealous of my lovely trip to Japan, I took the opportunity Read more about I love Japan! Part 2[…]

Spring ’19 Release Preview: Lightning Flow Builder and More!

It’s that time again, folks! Or at least it is if you’re lucky enough to have an old pre-release org kicking around. If so, log in and you should be greeted by a cycling scientist to herald the arrival of the Spring ’19 release preview! In this post, we’re going to share one big thing Read more about Spring ’19 Release Preview: Lightning Flow Builder and More![…]

A Call to Action – For You & Your Peers!

Here at the BBC of the Salesforce blogosphere (BBC = British, British, Catalan) we try not to reuse and rephrase content from elsewhere, and when we do refer to something from out there in the real world, we certainly aim to give it our own unique spin. This post is no different, but the thing Read more about A Call to Action – For You & Your Peers![…]

Happy Thanksgiving from Salesforce Weekly

In a previous post, we joked that we didn’t have any American readers. In fact – probably unsurprisingly given the subject matter we write about – the US is far and away our biggest source of subscribers and page views. So what better way to thank our US readers (both of them) than by sending Read more about Happy Thanksgiving from Salesforce Weekly[…]

I love Japan!

I’m back! You may be relieved to hear that after 6 weeks of weekly Chris and Mike posts, ha! Seriously guys, big thanks for holding the fort and with great insightful content. Back to reality with trillion things waiting for me, but I must admit it has been awesome: a full month of 100% disconnection, Read more about I love Japan![…]

Dreamforce 18: Remote Debrief

Well the excitement and the fever of another Dreamforce is now behind us, it’s time to reflect and digest some of the highlights from a remote perspective. Chris mentioned thst all of us would be absent from this years Dreamforce, and provided us with some tips – here it is again.. How To Do Dreamforce Remotely Read more about Dreamforce 18: Remote Debrief[…]

What’s next for the Idea Exchange?

After we posted the latest article in our Bright Ideas series, our favourite reader (OK, I’ll admit it, our only reader) got in touch with us with a helpful message. Their message was that while the Bright Ideas posts are a shining beacon of excellence atop this colossus of a blog, which is in turn Read more about What’s next for the Idea Exchange?[…]

Getting started with Salesforce DX & CLI

Did you think we were done with the CLI? Well, there is plenty more to come and learn. This time we start combining what we have been learning in the command line (CLI) with VScode and Scratch Orgs Here is the summary of what you will learn: Quick Recap on the series to date Key Read more about Getting started with Salesforce DX & CLI[…]