There are multiple options to create REST APIs to expose Salesforce data and processes, some of the popular ones being -
Apex logs are full of “stuff”. While that generally may be a good thing, getting around to the problem at hand may be a tad bothersome.
What do you do if you want to capture exceptions in Apex?
Here’s a quick tip on what you can do if you need a calculated value in Apex when you are creating a new record or modifying a record.
This is Salesforce Apex introduction for programmers. It can also serve as a quick reference that no one ever seems to need.
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