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Guest Post by Mike Eaton If there was anything I could honestly say I truly missed from my days of building Microsoft solutions, it was Visual Studio.  From the early days of annoying floating windows to the introduction of .NET and dock-ability, there was always something new to find traversing

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The story starts with getting a requirement to customize the detail view of an existing page. Nothing really extreme just need to be able to display a few sections dynamically based on information on the record etc (and record types was not an option). It's not the most ideal scenario

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Custom labels can be a powerful ally for your code. I have only recently started incorporating them into my code as a best practice. When custom labels were first released they provided a means to allow custom text to be translated for multi-lingual support. That still is their primary function

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A common use-case that I implement over and over is to provide the user with a multi-select table of records that the user can select and process. This typically includes a Select All/None option. I originally wrote this functionality using an action function tag that would run a method

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