Abhinav Gupta is a tech leader specialising in Salesforce and Web3 technologies. He’s been delivering software for worldwide enterprises businesses since 2004 and is a frequent speaker at various domestic and international tech events. Abhinav was the first Salesforce MVP from India, a title he’s held for eight years. In 2022, he focused on learning Web3 and earned a Blockchain certification from IIT Kanpur. He co-authored the book “Force.com Tips & Tricks” and has made notable open-source contributions.
Since 2012, Abhinav is delivering sessions/presentations/webinars on Salesforce, Web2, Mobile and Web3 in many domestic IRL(In Real Life) and online meetups, community events like Dreamin and international events like Dreamforce.
1st from India to be rewarded with MVP (Most Valuable Professional) title in 2011, renewed the same for eight consecutive years for Salesforce platform expertise, and contributions towards Trailblazer community.
Abhinav Spent Most Of His 2022 Acquiring And Learning Web3 Technologies, Including A Professional Certification Course From Reputed IIT Kanpur About “Blockchain”. He Is Well Versed With NFTs(Art, PFP, Token Gating, Etc.) And How Various Smart Contracts And Other Stuff Are Tied Up Together.
This library contains a key class called “LREngine” i.e. “L”ookup “R”ollup Engine, which:
Performs rollup on multiple such fields in a single aggregate SOQL query.
Allows easy addition/removal of new fields to rollup as requirement changes over the period.
A developer must write only a single trigger for multiple rollup fields.
Allows the developer to filter the child records getting rolled up, just like standard roll-up summary fields.
Used in popular GitHub project declarative-lookup-rollup-summaries.
“Tolerado: Java Client Wrappers for Salesforce SOAP web services” is a SOAP + Java + Salesforce integration framework to support transparent retrying of recoverable exceptions rather than failing hard and caching session IDs to save API calls. It’s a pretty popular lib for SOAP-based integrations. It is featured in the Salesforce developer blog and a book named “Salesforce Handbook” by Salesforce MVPs Wes Nolte and Jeff Douglas.
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Apex wrapper on Apex DOM classes(Document, XmlNode). It exposes W3C DOM API for XML manipulation, which is pretty popular and known to most developers, so saves development time and cost on integration projects. It’s pretty popular and featured in Mar’10 Salesforce developer newsletter as well.