This blog post series is about the learnings that I had during working in the domain of Salesforce Development. I will try to put Salesforce into a broader context and compare it to the previous experience - in particular CUBA.
This blog post we will walk through the process of creating an application component for CUBA. It is based on the recently released default-values addon, that provides the ability to configure default values for entity attributes at runtime.
You will learn something about the default-values internal implementation as well as some internals of the CUBA framework.
In this blog post let’s try to understand where business logic in a CUBA app can and should go - and why you shouldn’t squash it. But wait: What is actually business logic? And does it at all have something to do with CUBA?
In this blog post let’s celebrate the long awaited big major release 7.0 of CUBA which brings great polished APIs and updates of the underlying libraries.
In this blog post we will go over an example that deals with preventing concurrent usage of particular resources like entities through the different CUBA mechanisms of locking.