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.
It’s not 2002 anymore. There is really no excuse for having an ugly web application; even if it is a “business application”. One way to tidy up your UI and improve your UX is to dynamically hide and show elements on your Visualforce pages based on how your users interact with your page.
Was that document you were looking for titled “2010-2011_final_complete-rev1-4.docx” or ‘2010-2011_complete-ready_ver141.docx”? Don’t keep making the mistake of relying on the file name of a document to know which version is the latest. Especially if you are keeping your documents in SharePoint. Sharepoint has a great versioning system built right in and now you can have it add the SharePoint generated version number right into the text of your document. Pretty handy, huh?