One of the most frustrating things about Salesforce Approval Processes is that you can’t really use complex business logic to route the approvals to the right person without creating a lot of tedious approval steps and hardcoding users. In this tutorial, I will show you how you can use Apex code to build complex logic to tell Salesforce who the approver should be.
Big News! CodeByCody is on YouTube! Let the video tutorials flow. 🙂
Even with the most user friendly user interfaces, there are still times where a user might not understand what to do. Perhaps it’s unclear what type of data the webpage is asking for, or maybe there is some some data validation the user needs to know before entering the data. Fortunately, we can create a simple, reusable help text popup the conforms to the Salesforce design language. Check it out!
Need to view data in a calendar grid? Follow along to find out how to use a great jQuery plugin to view and data in Salesforce in a day, week or month calendar view
I cannot for the life of me figure out why Salesforce wants to make it so hard for you to clone a user. Sure you could write a bunch of fancy APEX code, but how about a simpler solution?
Who needs predictable? Sometimes we need to get a little random. Here is a utility class you can put into any Salesforce org to generate all sorts of random things such as a random number, a random string, even a random sobject ID from a list.