We’re all used to using inline S-Controls, dragging and dropping them into page layouts. And the entire Salesforce community has been spending tons of time recreating page layouts in Visualforce, just to edit one small piece of a page.
As an example, how would you implement the example at developer.force.com: Visualforce Dynamic Edit Page? You would do it the way it was explained in the blog post!
Well the rules of the game have changed.
This blog post is partly an announcement of X-Squared’s upcoming plans and projects, and partly a way to hold myself to my list. It is said that while managing the Yankees, Joe Torre tried to quit many times, until someone bet him $1000 that he couldn’t quit… and told everyone he knew about the bet. Clearly, $1000 is small change to Torre, but the pressure of the whole world knowing his plan to quit helped him quite a bit. So here is X-Squared On Demand’s list of projects and plans (outside of the standard billing work for our amazing clients):
I recently discovered a blog so chock-full of Apex and Visualforce goodies that I had to mention it. Sam Arjmandi is a CRM System Analyst/Designer at Open Text in Toronto, and he writes incredible posts sharing some innovative Apex, Visualforce, and AJAX code ideas. He has posts on proper test coverage for Apex (always a […]
What was I thinking? Using something as complicated as a hijacked (from the Console) Task view was bound to have problems when creating an Activities tab.
Let’s restate our goals:
Create a tab that will show Activities, using the Enhanced Lists view.
Don’t have two rows of tabs.
Question: Is there any way to make a view and to specify that we don’t want to see the Sidebar AND the Tabs?
Answer: YES. The answer is Visualforce!