SFDX – Salesforce Command Line Interface (CLI) Commands – Part 1

In this blog, I would like to share with you the available Salesforce CLI Commands. CLI Commands will reduce your effort in creating and configuring the Apex, Visualforce, Lightning components. Refer to my previous blogs for setting up the SFDX with visual studio code IDE.
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Deploy & Retrieve metadata using Salesforce DX and VS Code

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Visual studio code is one of the most featured, powerful code editors in open source platform developed using Javascript frameworks, node.js, and electron. In this blog, I would like to share with you the steps to deploy and retrieve the metadata from the Salesforce developer, production and sandbox orgs using the SFDX and my favourite Visual Studio Code.

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Configure Salesforce Developer Experience (SFDX) on Visual Studio Code

 

posterIn this blog, I would like to share the steps for configuring Salesforce Developer Experience (SFDX) in my favourite code editor Visual Studio Code for enabling Source Driven Development model. Salesforce DX supports the traditional application development experience with debugging (specifically on apex), CLI (Command Line Interface) Support along with Visual Studio Code.

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How to Get the Browsing Device Information in Lightning?

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Lightning mainly focuses on the user experience on the web and mobile interfaces. So, most of the scenarios we should need to know the information of the browser to align the design with respect to the device browser.  In this post, I would like to discuss, how we can detect the browsing device information in a lightning component.

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