As you can probably guess from the title, this follows on (belatedly) from my previous post, which was Part I: SVG and Visualforce. In that post I worked through the process of creating
Recently I needed to quickly find a way to generate some simple images in response to a service going off line. The service basically took some URL parameters, and returned a simple 'avatar'
Like (I suspect) a lot of people, I don't just use one machine for my development work. I'm regularly moving between a laptop and my home desktop machine, and occasionally spend a few
On the Salesforce Stack Exchange, a lot of moderation is performed directly by the community, indeed, that's the entire point of the model and it's what gives the Stack Exchange network it's power.
In the Winter '18 release, Salesforce made changes to the way debug logs are stored, and if you're working with batches, polling or high-volume data it's pretty easy to slam into this limit.
Make the sfdx cli a little easier to use with some useful bash snippets