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Salesforce Flow Best Practices

Are you looking to get the most out of Salesforce Flow? If so, then you’ll want to check out these best practices. From design tips to performance optimization, this blog post covers everything you need to know to make the most of Salesforce Flow. So whether you’re a technical architect, administrator, or developer, be sure to read on for some valuable insights! Salesforce Flow is a powerful tool that allows you to automate business processes, gather data, and create interactive experiences for your customers and employees. However, with great power comes great responsibility, and it’s important to follow best...

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Best Practices for Lightning Web Components

Lightning Web Components (LWC) is a new programming model for building modern, scalable, and high-performance web applications on the Salesforce platform. LWC is based on modern web standards and provides a developer-friendly experience for building reusable components that can be shared across an organization. In this blog post, I will explore some best practices for building lightning web components and how to leverage the LWC programming model to build efficient and maintainable applications. You can read – Apex Programming Best Practices Salesforce Flow Best Practices Use Modules for Reusibility One of the best practices for building Lightning Web Components...

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10 Apex Programming Best Practices

Apex is a strongly-typed, object-oriented programming language that allows developers to execute flow and transaction control statements on the Lightning Platform. It is a key component of the Lightning Platform and allows developers to build robust business logic and integrations. There are a number of best practices that Apex developers should follow to ensure their code is efficient, maintainable, and scalable. Below are ten tips for writing high-quality Apex code. You can read – Lightning Web Component Best Practices Salesforce Flow Best Practices 10 Apex Programming Best Practices Use of "sObject" Data Type Use the “sObject” data type when...

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