Author Archives: Megha Goel

Megha Goel

Salesforce developer at Mirketa.

Lightning Experience Console

Salesforce Console apps provide a tab-based user interface well suited for fast-paced work environments. It facilitates the management of multiple records on a single screen and allows users to quickly find the information they need and make edits by reducing time spent clicking and scrolling to find, update, and create records.

The salesforce console is ideal for Sales and Service folks. Support agents can easily track cases as priorities of cases change and can use more than one application at once. Sales reps have quick access to all the tools for generating leads, close deals, and manage relationships.

Lightning Console can also be customized by personalizing navigation’s item menu, or by using Lightning App Builder to create custom Lightning pages so that users always have the records they need in a layout. Customizations can also include customizing salesforce console utilities for quick access to productivity tools, like softphones and History, assigning the app to the appropriate user profiles, displaying knowledgebase articles alongside cases, creating custom actions with keyboard shortcuts, or chatting with customers over the web with Chat.

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Overview of Amazon Simple Queue Service

With modern cloud architecture applications are now decoupled into smaller, independent building blocks that are easier to develop, deploy and maintain, but the applications should also deal with connecting system components for the seamless flow of information among these components.

Amazon Simple Queue Service

The salesforce message queue is a powerful way of combining application components. Salesforce Message queue not only simplifies coding of decoupled applications, it also improves performance, reliability and scalability.

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Deployment Tools in Salesforce

A typical development process requires building, testing, and staging before releasing to a production environment. During this development cycle, one might migrate many times, either to keep development organizations in sync or to move changes through development organizations toward production and this is what we call Salesforce deployment.

Salesforce deployment is the migration of metadata from one Salesforce organization to another. If you are looking to enhance your Salesforce DevOps (Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployments) practices, this blog could get you started with the basics.

There are number of deployment tools available each having its own pros and cons. Some of them are listed below:

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