Styling Hooks are GA: Migrate your Styling Hooks to –slds namespace

With Spring '22, Styling Hooks are going GA. As a part of the process, the namespace of these hooks is getting updated from '--sds' to '--slds'. From Spring '22 onwards, the official Styling Hooks namespace for SLDS will be --slds. The old namespace, --sds, will continue to function in the short term but there is no guarantee … Continue reading Styling Hooks are GA: Migrate your Styling Hooks to –slds namespace

SFDX Packaging Commands made easy with tasks.json in VS Code

Before we start, a HUGE shout out to Mohith Shrivastava to help me find a decent solution for this problem. You might know this already that you can create unmanaged and managed package from Salesforce UI easily. But when it comes to unlocked packages, unfortunately, you can only create them using Salesforce CLI. I'm a … Continue reading SFDX Packaging Commands made easy with tasks.json in VS Code

Flow Screen Component: Dependent Picklist with Record Types support version 2

Hola! 😀 Some time back I had created couple of flow screen components to extend the standard dependent picklist component with record type support (because the OOTB flow component (still) doesn't support this). Flow Screen Component: Dependent picklists based on RecordType selectionFlow Screen Component: Dependent Picklists with RecordType and MultiSelect Picklist support A lot of folks used … Continue reading Flow Screen Component: Dependent Picklist with Record Types support version 2

Migration Strategy: Process Builder & WFRs to Flows

Hi, As you may all know, with the upcoming release Spring '22, Salesforce is introducing 'Migrate to Flow' tool (in beta) to help you migrate your existing workflow rules to Flows. And Process Builder Migration tool is also on the roadmap for Summer '22 (safe harbor). Even with the given set of tools, migrating all … Continue reading Migration Strategy: Process Builder & WFRs to Flows

Flow Automation Strategy: One Flow per SObject per context or Multiple Flows?

Ever since Salesforce announced the Record Triggered flows, to answer "Should I have multiple flows per SObject or one flow per SObject per context?" has been quite a pickle for a lot of folks. But Spring '22 is here to answer! If you had asked me before Spring '22, I would've recommended to go with … Continue reading Flow Automation Strategy: One Flow per SObject per context or Multiple Flows?

Process builder and Workflow rules will be retired! What does that mean?

Countdown has begun! I'm sure you must have already heard by now that Salesforce, at Dreamforce '21, has announced to deprecate/retire Process Builder and Workflow rules by 2023(Winter '23). This was announced at the True to the core session. You can watch(I think) the session on Salesforce+. Now, you may already have a lot of … Continue reading Process builder and Workflow rules will be retired! What does that mean?