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Building Purpose and Growth at Intforce

The traditional way of working was completely different from what it is today, where the organizational culture was a “top-down approach”, which means the superiors should just give orders to the employees, keeping in mind only the company’s goal. But today, we follow a bottom-up approach, which means there should be an exchange of information […]

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Life Beyond Work: A balance strike between Work and Life at Intforce

Work more to live a better life or live better to work more? This is often a challenging question for employees but at Intforce, being an employee-centric company, we keep the interest of our employees in the first place and also add value to the work-life balance needs from an employee’s both personal and professional […]

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Salesforce Shots: Code Builder(beta) In Salesforce

In the modern browser era, we want everything to be available from where accessibility is easy and smooth. For that Salesforce introduces Code Builder (Beta) which is a web-based development environment for Salesforce. If we use VSCode for development, then we must install developer tools like Salesforce CLI, Salesforce Extension Pack, JDk, etc. But in […]

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Salesforce Shots: Salesforce Integration Inside Gmail

Gmail is a well-known email service provider. Isn’t it amazing if we can send an email from Gmail to the Salesforce contact? It’s easily achievable with the help of Gmail integration. We can set additional data for salesforce inside Gmail. Suppose, if you get a new email in your inbox and with that email and […]

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Salesforce Shots: Access Salesforce Data Outside Salesforce using API

Whenever we need to access salesforce data outside of salesforce, firstly we need to create a connected app inside our Salesforce org, it will give the credentials like client Id, and client secret which we will use to generate access token as parameters. In our scenario, we are using Postman where we can access the […]

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Build messenger with chat and video calling using QuickBlox API and SDK

QuickBlox: QuickBlox provides an instant messaging API that allows chat and calling functionality to be added to any Android, iOS, or Web application. Here, we will look into the quick implementation of Chat functionality. Requirements for QuickBlox Flutter SDK For IOS Platform version required 13.0. For the Android Platform, the minimum version is 5.0, and the API level is […]

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Principles of System Design – Part 2

Applications require long-term storage for the user or application-specific data. Arrays in-memory data structures such as linked lists are optimized for CPU access through pointers. Permanent storage is designed for read/write access by clients/processes that connect to the database server. Data modeling is a critical component of long-term persistence. This post will focus on how […]

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Principles of System Design – Part 1

When developing systems, three major considerations should be addressed: reliability, scalability, and maintainability. These terms are often used, and I want to provide explanations for each of them in this blog. Reliability The capacity of a system to tolerate errors or issues in order to avert breakdowns or total shutdowns is referred to as reliability. […]

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Salesforce Shots: Test Data Factory in Salesforce

TestDataFactory/TestUtility is a container that is an org-wide special apex test class & excluded from the organization code size limit. In addition, it’s annotated with @isTest. Use case: In test classes, we used to create multiple test data records (Account, Contact, Opportunity, etc) for the testing apex class. In this scenario, we can use the […]

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Salesforce Shots: No-Code Flow Testing (Beta)

In Salesforce summer-22 release, salesforce launched View Tests (beta) which will help you to test  Record Triggered Flow. In the Salesforce ecosystem, everyone knows Flow is the future of declarative automation tools. It will replace the existing workflow & process builder soon. After saving Record-Triggered Flow, click the “View Tests (beta)” button where you can […]