Blue Canvas, The Welkin Suite, and Salesforce DX integration demo was a success with hundreds tuning in. The webinar is now available for viewing.
With this article, learn about integrating The Welkin Suite and Salesforce DX without using Blue Canvas.
Here are our 5 Key Takeaways:
- The Welkin Suite can be used as an alternative to Blue Canvas for Salesforce DX development.
- The Welkin Suite offers a range of features including code completion, debugging, and version control.
- Integrating The Welkin Suite with Salesforce DX requires setting up a connected app and configuring OAuth settings.
- The Welkin Suite also offers a plugin for Visual Studio Code for those who prefer to use that IDE.
- The Welkin Suite's integration with Salesforce DX allows for seamless development and deployment of Salesforce applications.
Two weeks ago we did an exciting demo with our friends at The Welkin Suite about how to integrate Blue Canvas, TWS and Salesforce DX. Hundreds signed up to watch the webinar so we’re posting it here for others to see in case you missed it.
Salesforce DX adoption has been low due to the difficulty of moving diverse teams to source driven development, but Salesforce is working to address this with improvements to the Metadata API and the forthcoming Dependency API. The keynote also highlighted the ability to build custom plugins to extend the Salesforce CLI and the Apex Replay Debugger in VS Code. The ultimate goal of Salesforce DX is to enable continuous delivery and continuous integration for Salesforce.
Source control for Salesforce is crucial to prevent lost work and crises. Blue Canvas eliminates the costs and makes it simple with automatic tracking.