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Learning Objectives

After completing this unit, you’ll be able to:

  • Describe how to create content in Salesforce Content Management System (CMS) and surface it throughout Salesforce.
  • Describe how to protect confidentiality and maintain regulatory compliance in sandboxes.
  • Explain how to embed Lightning Scheduler in any website with authentication options.
  • Describe how to accelerate Lightning Web Components development by rendering components on your local machine.
  • Discuss how admins can use in-app guidance for Lightning App Builder when customizing and deploying Salesforce.
  • Describe how to build real-time apps more easily than ever using PHI, PII, and HIPAA-compliant data in a secure, trusted, and fully managed environment.
  • Discuss how to get a deeper view of user insight in the Admin Console with dashboards and statistics about Quip for Salesforce integrations.
  • Describe how to collaborate better and build integrations faster by securely sharing and reusing system configurations.

Salesforce CMS Enhancements

Create content in Salesforce Content Management System (CMS) and surface it throughout Salesforce including Community Cloud, B2B Commerce, B2C Commerce, Heroku, Marketing Cloud, and more. Or use that content externally with APIs. Build content declaratively with Salesforce builders or programmatically on the language of your choice. 

Learn more about Salesforce CMS enhancements.

Salesforce Data Mask

To protect confidentiality and maintain regulatory compliance, use Salesforce Data Mask to anonymize or delete personally identifiable information in sandboxes.

 Configuring Data Mask for the Account object

Learn more about Salesforce Data Mask.

Lightning Scheduler: Unauthenticated Scheduling

Now you can embed Lightning Scheduler in any website and ask visitors to authenticate as a user, or just set up a meeting without authenticating.

Creating new appointment

Learn more about unauthenticated scheduling.

Lightning Web Components: Local Development

Accelerate Lightning Web Components development with the ability to render components on your local machine. Easily build and test new components and see changes without needing to push them to your org. Proxy data from Salesforce for added context and fine-tuned development, and benefit from a richer error-handling experience.

Open source base components

Learn more about local development for Lightning Web Components.

In-App Guidance for Lightning App Builder

Admins now have in-app guidance for Lightning App Builder to help them make better decisions when customizing and deploying Salesforce. A guardrail is easy to interpret, visible when a change is made, and actionable where the admin encounters it.

Learn more about in-app guidance for Lightning App Builder.

Heroku Shield: Support for Apache Kafka on Heroku

Build real-time apps more easily than ever using PHI, PII, and HIPAA-compliant data in a secure, trusted, and fully managed environment.

Announcing Apache Kafka on Heroku Shield

Learn more about support for Apache Kafka on Heroku.

Quip: Admin Console Enhancements

Get a better view of user metrics in the Admin Console with dashboards and statistics about Quip for Salesforce integrations.

Learn more about enhancements to the Admin Console.

Reusable and Secure Configurations

Collaborate with others and build integrations faster by securely sharing and reusing system configurations.

Selecting a system configuration

Learn more about reusable and secure configurations.