Just when you thought you had more than enough time to finish those Spring ’12 Release exams… think again. Salesforce’s Summer ’12 Release is on the horizon, and we’re getting prepared for some sweet new features.
What to look forward to in Summer ’12
First off, here’s a link to the Release Notes, for you savvy readers out there. 186 pages of fun. Enjoy that.
Get excited for these General Enhancements:
- Browser Support Changes
- Minor HTML and CSS Changes
- Email Services Enhancements
You’ll also see some new features and customizations in the following areas:
We’ve got the scoop on some slick new Developer Features as well:
- Schema Builder General Availability: With the addition of field-level security, printing and additional field types, the Schema Builder becomes generally available (GA) in Summer ’12
- Developer Console Enhancements: The Developer Console continues its evolution with workspaces for staying organized and easier navigation through your code
- Visual Workflow Updates: Factor out common behavior into subflows, and customize the look and feel of your user interface
- Apex Code Enhancements: More flexible JSON parsing enables easier integration with external web services
- Package Install/Upgrade/Uninstall Scripts: Specify Apex scripts to run automatically after a subscriber installs, upgrades or uninstalls a managed package
Prepare for the upgrade
If you are a Force.com Sandbox customer, you’ll get early access to Summer ’12 to test new customizations and features before your production org is upgraded. Visit this Salesforce.com blog post for more details.
Want to join a Developer’s webinar to learn more about the new Developer features above? Fill out this form to get involved. The Webinar airs May 16.
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