Even with all the declarative tools, code customizations are an integral part of the Salesforce platform. And as with every customization there are issues. Whether they occur during testing or in production, the procedure is often the same - turn on the debug logs, try to reproduce the problem and then scan through the log file and maybe you will find a clue.
But it does not have to be that way because RFLIB is here to help. This open source library allows you to instrument your code (Apex, Aura, LWC) and configuration (Process Builder, Flow) to become more transparent and to monitor for issues 24/7. Join us for this interactive session and learn how to make your org more reliable and how to investigate issues faster than ever before. You will leave the meeting armed with the knowledge and the perfect tool that will help you investigate issues faster than ever before.
Johannes is a Technical Architect/Developer Lead with over 10 years of experience on the Salesforce platform. Having worked for an ISV and Consultancies, he brings a vast experience of delivering complex solutions to customers. His passion for software quality led him to create the open source library RFLIB. The goal of the library is to help developers create clean, production-ready code with a high level of operational supportability.
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Salesforce Practice Lead