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New Delhi Salesforce News and Updates: Week #116

The Developer’s Guide to Dreamforce 2022

The Salesforce Developer Keynote should be the cornerstone of your Dreamforce experience. The energy, innovation, and customer stories will be truly inspiring.

We’ll show you how you can use the full power of Salesforce Customer 360 to drive impact at your company, in your career, and in your communities. You’ll see live demos of the latest features for developers in action, learn practical tips from your peers, and leave with insight and inspiration to blaze your trail with Salesforce.

Announcing PCI Certification for Salesforce Functions

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) is an information security standard designed to ensure that companies processing, storing, or transmitting payment card information maintain a secure environment. The PCI DSS applies to credit cards from major card brands, including Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and JCB. A third-party PCI Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) assesses company systems and processes on an annual basis and issues an Attestation of Compliance (AoC). Customers required to demonstrate PCI compliance for Salesforce Functions to their auditors can access and download a copy of this AoC on the Heroku Trust Compliance portal with their active Salesforce Services licenses or by reaching out to your account executive to nominate access.

Simplify Swift Unit Tests with Pure Functions

This post will focus on how Swift pure functions can help you write more effective unit tests for your iOS app. However, I’d like to start with a quick backstory about how our team discovered these benefits.

I worked on the Salesforce Events iOS team from 2016 to 2020. During this time, we began updating our codebase from Objective-C to Swift. Early into this process, we decided that we also wanted to adopt functional reactive principles made possible by Swift first-class functions.