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Developer related topics for the Salesforce.com platform

FFLIB – Domain layer

In my previous blog post I gave a basic introduction as to what FFLIB is and why it’s a good idea to use such a framework in your project.

This time I’d like to give a more technical introduction into the domain layer and give examples on how to use it.

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If you’re creating lots of Visualforce then this tool if for you! Emmet is an amazing tool for creating HTML quicker. It’s like autocomplete, but better!

http://emmet.io/blog/sublime-text-3/

Code commenting is a must but it can be a chore to create class and method comment blocks. Use DocBlokr to make your coding life easier.

https://packagecontrol.io/packages/DocBlockr

Really useful Sublime plugin to access Salesforce reference material faster!

https://github.com/Oblongmana/sublime-salesforce-reference/blob/develop/README.md

An introduction to FFLIB

Having a good foundation and structure to your Salesforce Apex code base is key for a successful implementation. It allows us to scale our application in a predictable manner.

Without any structure or framework we’re often faced with the same problems to solve over and over again, and it’s difficult to share the knowledge to other developers what they should and shouldn’t do in the code base.

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Fast Visualforce!

Over the years I’ve created hundreds, if not thousands of Visualforce pages on Salesforce and I’ve learnt a lot on how to ensure users get fast responsive pages.

In this post I want to walk through some of my tips and tricks to speed up your Visualforce pages.

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