Improve performance of Lightning Components

I was going to through to find best practices of lightning components and that makes the performance improve in salesforce. There are several posts from many bloggers and salesforce already explained reg. same Lightning Components run at the client-side, in a single page (where they are created and destroyed as needed), and alongside other components …

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Deploy when Scheduled job running (or)abort Queued APEX Jobs

When we deploying saleforce components through changesets or any force.com tool we usually see "Error 'This Apex class has batch or future jobs pending or in progress" when any scheduled job process running at the same time. So we cannot move on deployment until the job get completed. But we have certain ways to tackle this …

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How to Skip Batch Job Execution(Recursive) in Salesforce

In this article explaining a sample example how to run a batch in multiple times recursively. Lets run a batch in different time intervals. a. Execute the same batch after 30 sec if any errors b. if no errors run after 1 minute. global class Recursivebatch implements Database.Batchable<sObject>,Schedulable { global Database.QueryLocator start(Database.BatchableContext BC) { return …

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Single Sign On(SSO) in Salesforce and Configure across Multiple Orgs

Single sign-on (SSO) lets users access authorized network resources with one login. You validate usernames and passwords against your corporate user database or other client app rather than Salesforce managing separate passwords for each resource. There are 2 ways we can implement SSO in Force.com 1) Delegated authentication Delegated authentication SSO integrates Salesforce with an …

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