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Finally, we’ll cover the new and upcoming features that will help you fall more in love with this #clicksnotcode tool.
We will give you a full tour of the aDmin eXperience – starting with how to setup DX, what basic knowledge you need in order to increase your daily productivity and how to analyse if your most tedious tasks can be automated.
You will need no previous knowledge for this session. And you don’t have to worry about Git – you don’t need version control to get started. We got you covered, and we’ll climb the first steps together towards an Admin life that you’ll never want to miss again.
You should attend this talk if you want to know more about:
Utility Bar and Utility Bar API.
How to connect Salesforce to a coffee machine using a Microcontroller.
This talk is a Proof of Concept, to give you inspiration on what different stuff can be done using Utility Bar and various IoT Modules.
Salesforce Shield is a Swiss army knife for security within Salesforce. This session focuses on the event monitoring module allows you to add an additional layer of security to keep any bad guys out and also allows notifications or actions on unexpected behaviour. This session will show you how quickly you can enable event monitoring and how you can get your CSO to sleep easily at night
Learn from our session how Salesforce can empower Customer Service:
– by sending automatic and detailed information via sensors to IoT Cloud
– by recommending and predicting next actions via Einstein on IoT
– by using AI/NLP and Voice Command with Amazon Alexa to inform your technicians over Field Service Lightning
Join us to see in a Live Demo that IoT, AI, Chatbot, Natural Language Processing and Voice Command are more than just buzzwords 😉
DX is undoubtedly excellent with the stratospheric hype around it. But before speeding onboard, we have to strive on aligning the delivery teams to outfit for a DX impact
Like any other modish stuff, as an imperative task, we need to work on strengthening the service layer to ease the connectivity with the modules around. If not, we will end up doing a series of successful proof of concepts and will fall-flat when we adopt this implementation to an end to end operational execution.
As the metadata will keep its XML format, we have to improve our understanding on how can we
* Leverage XML files with code editors as GIT is a bit rusty with them
* Efficiently sync it with GIT as a primary step before moving to DX
Also, find a bunch of things acted as a part of the preparation
* Enforcing an IDE for developers
* Understanding the core concepts of how GIT works, with Salesforce metadata and code files
* Defining and tuning deployment workflow in different scenarios
* Component development workflow
* Conflict resolution for particular metadata types
* Understanding the reason behind DX metadata split formats
* Each field to a separate XML file, this format can change. we can store it differently based on our project
* Managing the conflicts with the tricky profiles and custom labels
* Relevant use of tools like Ant, Gulp, Grunt, Web pack in transforming our source info to build ready with ease
We believe that DX will flex the packaging and deployment process with similar ease as npm. DXifying your salesforce processes isn’t just a collection of utilities but needs a change in mind set.
This session gives you fresh ideas how you can utilize SalesforceDX and the new Salesforce CLI in your day by day business – admin or developer alike. Even if you haven’t started using DX at all, identify those parts which can be adopted immediately – DX is NOT an “all or nothing” option! And not for developers only, either. Find out what fits your needs and get inspired how your future development could look like.
Getting started with easy but powerful steps to utilize bash-scripts, work with JSON responses from the CLI and learn how widespread technologies like NodeJS and oclif.io fit into the picture as well. Take some ready to use snippets back home to help yourself to start with automation.