DF2UFL 2012: Developer's Den - What's New and What's on the Horizon
Developer’s DenWhat’s New & What’s on the Horizon?
Joshua HoskinsOrlando User Group LeaderTwitter: @jhoskinsBlog: http://www.CRMified.com
Question: What Spring ‘12 delivered features are MOST exciting?
GA Features Cloud Flow Designer Enhanced Schema Builder Updated Developer Console Mobile SDK Social Authentication
Get Started Today! With Spring ‘12, the Flow Designer is now generally available and native to Salesforce.com. You can access it directly from your browser:1. Click Your Name > Setup > App Setup > Create > Workflows & Approvals.2. Click New Flow. Visual Workflow Session by Riptide TODAY @ 1:30pm Room # 121
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Schema Builder Previously, Schema Builder allowed you to view your entity relationships in an easy manner, but now provides more functionality for building out your data model as well. You can access Schema Builder via Setup, Quick Links or on the Create Objects page within Setup.
OFFSET added to SOQL (Pilot) Using OFFSET is helpful for paging into large result sets, in scenarios where you need to quickly jump to a particular subset of the entire results. For example, the following SOQL query returns a result set that skips the first 100 rows of the full query results:
+ Concurrent Apex Jobs – YAY!!! 10 25 Before Spring ‘12 New Spring ’12 Limit With this higher limit, you can now schedule more Apex jobs for concurrent execution.
Test Method Data Access Previously, unit tests would have access to pre-existing data within your organization, as well as any test data it creates for the purposes of proving assertions true or false. By default with Salesforce API version 24.0 and later, a unit test will only see data that it creates.