A template of Java web and Heroku

I've worked in several projects with Java, specially Java web using Tomcat as a web container and then Glassfish as application server. Lastly I'm working in Java projects deployed on Heroku, an amazing platform acquired by Salesorce. I faced many problems configuring deployment, JPA with Tomcat, oauth Salesforce flow, etc. so I decided to gather … Continue reading A template of Java web and Heroku

Dealing With Customers

50% is your product an 50% is your support

Jozsef Torsan

I receive many emails from customers. I’m happy that more than 90% of these emails are about feature requests and not bugs. A small part of the emails is “how to” questions and an even smaller part is about reporting bugs. Since the last year’s October launch only 3 customers contacted me with bugs. 2 of them had ran into the emoji issue and one of them contacted me just last week with an issue about having an incorrect size of the Add Bookmark window in Opera. Fortunately it was an easy fix and I was I able to fix it by the next day. The truth is Opera was not among the browsers (Chrome, Firefox, IE, Edge, Mac Safari) I tested — shame on me. Anyway it’s worth to check the browser statistics and the trends on this page. It can give you a good hint when you plan the…

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Java client for advanced pdf conversion using a Salesforce org

All we know renderAs="pdf". nThe good news is now Salesforce has an advanced pdf converter: renderAs="advanced_pdf" <apex:page sidebar="false" showHeader="false" renderAs="advanced_pdf">
 <html lang="en-US" >
 <meta charset="UTF-8" />
 <h1>Hello, world!</h1>
</apex:page>Still this functionality is a pilot what It means that you need to create a case and someone from support will activate It in your org. "Advanced … Continue reading Java client for advanced pdf conversion using a Salesforce org