Salesforce Rich Text Editor
How to unlock the power of CKEditor
When editing Rich Text fields, Salesforce employs a library called CKEditor, a popular WYSIWYG text editor used in a variety of web applications. You can customize CKEditor to your liking when you embed it in a page, and Salesforce has really stripped down its functionality in many ways.
We can (mostly) fix that!
Lets compare the boring editor:
To the awesome editor:
SFDX Is Pretty Awesome
Salesforce has released some new tooling that I’ve been playing with, and in particular the new command line utility sfdx. It offers a lot of features that were previously unheard of, impossible, or only available with the use of MavensMate, which is a great product, but 1st party support beats all.
If you haven’t heard of this (it was news to me) I urge you to check it out:
I’m not going to be able to get much use out of this any time soon, but I was so excited that I started working on a VSCode plugin to leverage the new CLI. Its pretty limited so far, but it accomplishes the one major task I wanted out of the extension - it creates new Apex classes and Lightning resources with a couple clicks.
Its been published to the VS Marketplace, and you can check my Github for the source: