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New Delhi Salesforce News and Updates: Week #39

Salesforce Release Readiness

Maximize your Salesforce ROI with all the latest features!

Our Spring ’21 release is almost here and we want to make sure you have all the information you need to make the most of all the new features. We may not be in the studio this time, but we still have our product managers coming to you live. They’ll guide you through what’s new and give you a sneak peek into their roadmap for the rest of 2021.

Explore the Salesforce APIs with the Upgraded Postman Collection

In case you missed the original announcement, the Salesforce API collection is a Postman resource that wraps together 200+ request templates for tens of Salesforce APIs (REST, bulk, tooling, metadata…). This open source collection comes with a configurable environment and variables that let you easily authenticate and try the requests on multiple Salesforce orgs with a declarative interface. You can even run it from your browser if you don’t want to install the Postman desktop app. Think of it as a clone of Workbench’s legacy REST explorer with more features.

What Is Node.js and Why Does It Matter as a Salesforce Developer?

JavaScript is the language of the web. That is reality; every major browser supports JavaScript as its main language for developing client-side web applications.

Even if you’re using a different language like TypeScript, in the end, it will be transpiled/compiled to JavaScript to be able to run in the browser.

As a Salesforce Developer, you might already be using JavaScript to create your applications: Lightning Web Components (and Aura Components) are powered by JavaScript.

JavaScript isn’t only for the browser, you can also use it to build server-side applications like web APIs, microservices, and CLI applications (like the Salesforce CLI and Heroku CLI). This is thanks to Node.js.

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