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Salesforce Licenses

Salesforce Licenses

What are the various Salesforce licenses? We will provide you with a complete overview of all Salesforce licenses. Things can be a bit overwhelming when it comes to Salesforce licenses. We have outlined the general license types, usage-based...

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Start LWC Testing using Jest

Start LWC Testing using Jest

The development of Apps in Salesforce has changed a lot if we look back to 2014. Salesforce and its developer community has seen the migration from developing traditional Visual Force pages to modern Single-Page Applications framework like Aura...

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Lifecycle Hooks in LWC

Lifecycle Hooks in LWC

The Lightning Framework manages the lifecycle of lightning web components, It is responsible for creation, insertion of components into the DOM and renders them and also removes them from the DOM. It also monitors the rendered components for any...

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How to reset your WordPress Site

How to reset your WordPress Site

What is resetting the WordPress site? Resetting WordPress sites is meant to move your current site to the default state of WordPress. We will use the plugin “WP Reset – Most Advanced Reset Tool for WordPress" that cleans our WordPress site and...

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WhatsApp for WordPress

WhatsApp for WordPress

Why do we need to integrate WhatsApp with the WordPress website? Sometimes we need to add a support system so that users can connect with us quickly and we can reply to them quickly. so, we can use WhatsApp Messenger as a quick communication...

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Flows over Process Builder

Flows over Process Builder

Here is why flows are better than process builders, any day. If you're new to the Salesforce ecosystem and consider yourself a flow noob, this may be of interest to you. Also, because you'll most likely be creating a lot of flows in the future,...

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Scheduled Flow in Salesforce

Scheduled Flow in Salesforce

How Scheduled Flows work in Salesforce? Scheduled flows are essentially a low-code version of Scheduled Batch Apex. You can only query up to 50,000 records in a regular transaction (Governor limit). Batch Apex, on the other hand, allows you to...

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