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Showing posts from October, 2014

Trust Me..I’m a Salesforce1 developer

Long back I posted about “ Resume infographics/dashboard ” which is built  using visualforce charting components. Now its time to upgrade resume infographics with responsive UI design. Yes, now I have updated  updated my resume dashboard completely with responsive charting components. You can able view my resume dashboard in your mobile, tablet and desktop browsers. I have used the Amcharts because of the mobile first approach and also it is easy to implement in visualforce page.Using site I have enabled the public access to my visualforce page and data.All the data in the page are displayed from my developer organization. Here is the link Looking forward for your feedbacks and comments. Happy Coding!!!

Export records from List view – ListView API

As part of the Winter’15 release salesforce introduced the List View API features which helps us to get details and records of list views for an object. I was started exploring more about the List view API and trying to build an use case using that. So I searched about List View in the IdeaExchange site then found that many users are looking for a solution to export records to excel directly from the list view. I built a solution for that Idea, which helps user to download all the records directly from the List view for both standard and custom object. You don’t have to make any change in the code to use this functionality for different objects. All you need is to create a custom button for that object as mentioned below. Lets take an example for Account object 1. Go to Setup –> Accounts –> Buttons, Links and Actions 2. Click ‘New Button or Link' 3. Enter  Label, Name and select display type as ‘List Button’ 4. Content source as “Onclick Javascript” and paste the