Posts Tagged: Apex

Salesforce Controller Types Standard controllers can provide all the functionality you need for a Visualforce page because they include the same logic that is used for a standard page. A custom controller is an Apex […]

What is Future Methods – A future method runs asynchronously in background. You can use future method if you have long-running operations(callouts to external Web services or any operation that runs in its own thread […]

Batch Apex in Salesforce

What is Batch Apex ? Batch as the name suggests, is used when a large data (bulk) volume is involved and it has to be redundantly processed using a particular logic. The Batch apex, can […]

Apex Code Best Practices

As with any programming language, there are key coding principles and best practices that will help you write efficient, scalable code. Below are some point about apex best practices – 1) Apex is case in […]

Following are built in exceptions present in apex. AsyncException – Any problem with an asynchronous operation, such as failing to enqueue an asynchronous call. CalloutException – Any problem with a Web service operation, such as […]

Apex Design Patterns

The following are a list of design patterns supported in a Singleton – minimizing object instantiation for improved performance and to mitigate impact of governor limits Strategy – defining a family of algorithms, enscapsulating […]

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