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    1. LockerService and Lightning Container Component: Securely Using Third-Party Libraries in Lightning Components

      LockerService and Lightning Container Component: Securely Using Third-Party Libraries in Lightning Components

      Regardless of the language, framework, or platform you use, modern applications are built by assembling discrete and composable components. On the Salesforce platform, the application composition infrastructure is provided by the Lightning Component Framework. That’s how the Salesforce Apps (Sales Cloud, Service Cloud, etc) are built, and that’s also how you can extend and customize these apps with your own components, or create completely new apps.

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      Mentions: Sales Cloud
    2. Discover Lightning in a Developer Edition Near You

      Discover Lightning in a Developer Edition Near You

      Heads up, Salesforce Developers – starting tomorrow February 14, we’re sharing some Valentine’s Day love by updating the default user interface from Classic to Lightning Experience for new Developer Editions, Admin Playgrounds, and Trailhead Playgrounds! Existing Salesforce Orgs will be unaffected by this update, and to see the difference, you can quickly toggle between Salesforce Classic and Lightning Experience with both new and existing Orgs.

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      Mentions: Salesforce CSS Apex
    3. Developing & Distributing Native Mobile Apps on the @Salesforce Platform

      Developing & Distributing Native Mobile Apps on the @Salesforce Platform

      Whether you’re a fast-growing start-up, well-established software vendor, or independent developer, I want to show you how easy – and potentially rewarding – it is to develop, distribute and sell native mobile apps that integrate with the Salesforce App Cloud. It’s a powerful, hugely-scalable, and very developer-friendly platform.

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    4. Salesforce Backup and Restore Essentials Part 4: Minimize Transformation when Restoring Data

      Salesforce Backup and Restore Essentials Part 4: Minimize Transformation when Restoring Data

      The key challenge in migrating/restoring data is that the act of moving data between environments often times transforms the data. These transformations happen through a variety of mechanisms, from system updates to automation and custom code. But what if you don’t want your data to change? 

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    5. Luminary Developer Sessions at @Dreamforce 2016

      Luminary Developer Sessions at @Dreamforce 2016

      Salesforce Devs announce the Dreamforce 2016 Luminary Developer sessions! These amazing thought leaders will inspire, teach, and show the future. Whether you are looking to level up your career, treat your brain to some new technology, or bring back concrete ways to make your workplace more inclusive, they’ve got you covered.

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    6. Bulk Apex Triggers Unit | #Salesforce @Trailhead

      Bulk Apex Triggers Unit | #Salesforce @Trailhead

      Apex triggers are optimized to operate in bulk. We recommend using bulk design patterns for processing records in triggers. When you use bulk design patterns, your triggers have better performance, consume less server resources, and are less likely to exceed platform limits.  After completing this unit, you will be able to: Write triggers that operate on collections of sObjects. 

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      Mentions: API Apex
    7. Upcoming Maintenance on Developer Edition Sign-up for Summer ‘16

      Upcoming Maintenance on Developer Edition Sign-up for Summer ‘16

      Heads up, Salesforce Developers and #AwesomeAdmins – we’ll be performing maintenance on our sign-up infrastructure this weekend to bring the Summer ’16 update to new Developer Editions and Admin Playgrounds. During this maintenance window you will not be able to sign up for brand-new accounts but you WILL be able to access your existing accounts.

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