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Technical Articles

Published articles written by our highly-specialized engineers and developers in their areas of expertise.
Lightning is all about components. We can build applications by assembling components created by us and other developers. A component can contain other components, as well as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, or any other Web-enabled code.
Salesforce knowledge is the most interesting and most popular feature today. I am here to share with you some of the key steps to Import Articles into Salesforce Knowledge, but before I do that, let me ask you a question.
As a Salesforce user, we can only view the Events and Calendar in the home page of the Salesforce. Every time the user needs to navigate to the Home Page to track the event details, it eventually increases the manual work.
Aggregate functions in salesforce include AVG(), COUNT(), MIN(), MAX(), SUM().The functions like  SUM() and MAX() in SOQL allow to roll up and summarize the data in a query.
Lightning Component, a single-page application, comprises of dynamic and responsive user interfaces which use JavaScript on the client side and Apex on the server side.
While developing applications--which involve apex Classes, Triggers, Visualforce pages, etc.—in Salesforce, we may come across different kinds of common errors.
Salesforce provides standard features for sharing data among users.  They are Organization Wide Defaults ,Role Hierarchy, Public Groups, Sharing Rules.  Territory Management. 
Napili is a powerful Salesforce Self-service Community template that lets your customers get answers/ideas by posting questions to the community, and search for and view the articles. If they don’t get any solutions/ideas they are looking for, they can submit a Case to Support.
Salesforce provides an Interface called Comparable to implement a custom sort order for SObjects or wrapper Class in lists. The Comparable interface adds sorting support for Lists that contain non-primitive types.
The Future Annotation is used to execute a method asynchronously in Salesforce. For example, we can use the future method to make a Web Service callout from an Apex Trigger.