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Create SkyVisualEditor CSS Templates

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By Tony Nelson

Setup and Page Creation

Many of our customers and prospects utilize SkyVisualEditor to create highly customized Salesforce pages, which include changing the overall look of Salesforce quite a bit. This article will address how to add in your own custom CSS changes to your pages. In this walkthrough we will make the assumption that you have seen the basics of how SkyVisualEditor works and/or are familiar with it from personal use. If this is not the case, feel free to learn the basics by watching our video on Environment Setup and Getting Started. Below is a screen shot of the finished style that we will be creating today: Read More

Which Layout Should I Choose For SkyVisualEditor?

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By Miho Gonohe

I have been involved with Terrasky’s SkyVisualEditor development team for over a year now. The tool is filled cool features that have been enhanced from the user’s requests. There are so many features, it is hard for me to keep up with what is in it and I guess users who have started using SkyVisualEditor might feel lost with so many features. In this blog, I would like to help the readers select the right template or layout to create the perfect Salesforce page. Read More

The Basics of JavaScript and CSS Extensions

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By Takefumi Kawamoto

Thank you for using SkyVisualEditor! This tool is loaded with handy features which let you modify your Salesforce page layouts (e.g. font size, color, size of the input fields, etc.) or even use JavaScript to do calculations and change displays. These modifications can be done simply by changing property settings. Read More

6 Practical Salesforce Design Tips

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Many of you who read our blogs are either Salesforce administrators or developers so this blog post is aimed at providing some tips that we have encountered when designing Visualforce pages. We won’t go into the actual code in this particular post, so if you aren’t a developer you can still follow along.

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Hybrid Application Development Using WKWebView and Salesforce

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written by Daichi Mizoguch

What is WKWebView

Today’s blog will be about mobile application implementation using Salesforce MobileSDK and how to combine the web page using internal browser WebView and native codes. Originally, Apple Inc. used to provide a component called UIWebView which shows web browser in a native application. WKWebView is released and supports iOS8 as the updated version of UIWebView. Read More

Reviewing Apex Trigger Code

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By Kohey Yokoyama, salesforce.com Certified Advanced Developer

Have you ever had a chance to write an Apex trigger?

Have you ever had a chance to review the trigger code you wrote?

Many Apex triggers have been implemented and in use in our clients’ systems built by Force.com.

Looking back over the past years of my work, I noticed that we have been implementing Apex triggers for almost all projects. Read More

Create a “Render A Visualforce Page as PDF” Button

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By Yoko Kato, Force.com Developer

In this article, I would like to introduce how to download a Visualforce PDF.

Problems With Using renderAs=”pdf”

If you try to render a Visualforce page as a PDF document, usually the PDF document is displayed in the browser. Place the “Render PDF” button on the Account page. If you click the button, the PDF page appears in the browser. Read More

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Salesforce UX – the Portion of Your App You Shouldn’t Neglect

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I have the distinct pleasure of being able to interact with a large number of customers within the Salesforce space and specifically talk through their UI and UX challenges that they’ve got. I figured I’d share a little about common discussions that I have with these companies in hopes that it will help someone else who is in the hunt to solve these same kinds of problems. Many times companies come to us with their “unique” situation that they’ve gotten themselves into but typically the solution to many of the problems within the Salesforce discussions boil down to how the UX should be or what it isn’t doing today. This leads to a very commonly misaligned train of thought: UI and UX are the same thing. Read More