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Macros in Salesforce

Ever wondered into the possibilities if you could perform all your basic functionalities like sending email, updating status, selecting templates, creating tasks etc in a single click instead of multiple clicks in Salesforce. 1,328 more words


Insticator raises $5.2M to help publishers make their stories more interactive

(Source: techcrunch.com)

Insticator is announcing that it has raised $5.2 million in Series A funding.

The startup allows online publishers to add quizzes, polls and other interactive elements (either created by Insticator or by the publisher themselves) to their stories. 178 more words


Connect to Your Fans and Followers with the New Social Icons Widget

We’re excited to introduce the new Social Icons Widget, which allows you to connect with visitors on your favorite social media networks.

The new widget supports over 40 popular social platforms, from the ubiquitous Facebook and Twitter, to crafter haven Etsy, to artsy enclaves like DeviantArt and Dribbble. 157 more words


Widget Images Are Here!

So I recently had a suggestion that I create image widgets about my book coaching so they can be put in sidebars, so I did. Thanks, Trix! 35 more words


Porting REST calls to SharePoint Framework

The SharePoint Framework (SPFx) is a powerful technology for developing web parts that run on both classic and modern SharePoint pages. SPFx is 100% client-side, and it’s often possible to reuse client-side JavaScript (from Script Editor or Content Editor Web Parts) in SPFx. 900 more words


All about WordPress Widgets

Widgets were originally designed to provide a simple and easy-to-use way of giving design and structure control of the WordPress Theme to the user, which is now available on properly “widgetized” WordPress Themes to include the header, footer, and elsewhere in the WordPress design and structure. 32 more words

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Update: Blog reconstruction and content

Tough times ahead for all of us, but it doesn’t mean we can’t struggle and find happiness.

I’ve been following the news and the thought of war breaking and other things that may possibly happen.

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