Pick Your Trailmix (Or Do Both)
Follow the Admin or Developer Release trailmix (or both) to watch and read about the Spring ’21 Release. Complete a Learn MOAR Spring ’21 for Admins or Developers trailmix to earn a community badge and a chance to win 1 of 5 Trailhead Certification vouchers (up to $200USD value) by March 31, 2021 Restrictions Apply. See Official Rules below
Learn MOAR with Spring ‘21: OpenAPI 3.0 Spec for REST API
Salesforce offers hundreds of well-documented REST and SOAP APIs that can help with all your integration needs. While the documentation and the Postman API collection help you explore these APIs, they must be documented in a system-understandable format for external systems to quickly consume them. In this blog post, we’ll talk about a new feature that’ll allow you to quickly integrate Salesforce into an external system.
Learn MOAR with Spring ’21: New SOQL FIELDS() Function is GA
For many of us, SQL semantics and data exploration go hand-in-hand. Whether you possess a background in working directly with databases or have developed expertise using SOQL, Salesforce’s own query language, the ability to write a query and get data from it is immensely valuable. That’s why we’re so happy to introduce a new, simple way to explore the data in your Salesforce Objects: the SOQL FIELDS() Function!
The FIELDS() Function enables authors of SOQL statements to designate a predefined grouping of columns that will be automatically returned in the result set of records. FIELDS() provides a way to leverage existing platform constructs that decouples data management from business logic in integrations and helps reduce the effort involved to administer an org’s object model.