Sunday, May 7, 2017

Salesforce Change Set Helper

Salesforce Change Set Helper is a Chrome extension to improve the usability of Salesforce Change Sets. It allow Change Set with additional information, such as last modified date, last modified by, etc. It also allows comparison the component with other org.

Features include: 
 - Includes the last modified date and user and api name for each item.
 - Automatically ordered by most recent modified first
 - Filter/Search/Order by any field.
 - Sets all pages to show the 1000 rows.  If more than 1000 items in a page, asks if you want to continue to retrieve more.
 - View and Search on items in the change set.  This allows you to see the whole change set and search to make removing much easier.
 - Compare to another org (uses OAuth2.0 -- no username or password information is seen or stored by this extension).
 - Shows the last modified date and user for the compared org as well.
 - Click the file name to see a diff of the metadata file between orgs.

Note that there is a delay when loading large pages and you may need to disable other chrome extensions that alter the change set page.

To use the Salesforce Change Set Helper, edit your Outbound Change Set in Salesforce. The additional information and functionality will automatically be added to the page.

This is standard Salesforce Change Set when you want to add component:

When Change Set Helper added and enabled

You also can compare the component with other org.

Type: Google Chrome extension

Paid/Free: Free


Version: 2.0.2

Blog last updated: 7 May 2017

Fake Data

This Google Chrome extension is not specific for Salesforce usage only, but it will work for both Classic and Lightning. This will help you that need to keep entering fake data for some testing.

Fill form input fields with fake random data.
- Fill form input fields on the fly with fake random data.
- Zero configuration needed out of the box, just cmd+double click / alt+double click on each input you want to fill.
- Has an auto-learn feature for unrecognized fields.
- Power users are able to define their own custom generators using JS code.

Keyboard + Mouse Shortcut:
OS X: Cmd + Double click
Windows / Linux: Alt + Double click

If the field is not recognized:
If a field is not recognized automatically, then right-click on it -> go to Fake Data -> select the appropriate generator that you want to be used with that field in the future.

Next time you double click on the same field it will be recognized automatically.

Type: Google Chrome extension

Paid/Free: Free

Publisher: Hater Apps


Version: 1.6.0

Blog last update: 7 May 2017