Across the industry, admins and developers suffer from lack of cooperation without even realizing it. Developers see declarative tools as too weak to accomplish requirements, whereas admins see code as too complex to support. The result is separation and lack of cooperation.
It doesn’t have to be that way.
In this session, we’ll learn how to extend declarative automation tools using code and a feature called Invocable Methods. Using these methods, we can create new options that will be available to administrators inside Process Builder and Flow, reduce our use of triggers, and allow greater visibility for system administrators into how their system works. All of this results in less demand for support, less maintenance, and more time to do what we love and develop!
Does the title mention something about music? That must be some sort of mistake – surely there is no way to present such a topic in song. That would be silly.