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Trailhead in-app help, a new Insights dashboard, multiple status checks support, a new LDV optimisation rule, and more.
Trailhead in-app help, a new Insights dashboard, multiple status checks support, a new LDV optimisation rule, and more.

Product Updates // April 2021

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Written by Gabriele Gallo Stampino
Updated over a week ago

Get help from Trailhead on your pull requests.

We all love learning new things, but it’s hard to know what you don’t know yet.
When you make a mistake, Clayton now automatically suggests relevant Trailhead courses - as well as docs and other learning resources - directly on pull requests.

  • Get help and fix problems before merge

  • See OWASP and Salesforce guidance when you introduce new vulnerabilities

  • Help developers fill actual learning gaps with Trailhead

Get data-driven insights into your developments.

When managing complex developments, it’s hard to tell how well your team is adhering to best practices and security standards.

With Insights you can monitor what happens across all your Salesforce developments, from one single place.

  • Count fixes and see how effective your code reviews are

  • Measure your compliance to security and best practice

  • Track changes in code health

Multiple status checks: instantly see what matters.

There are things architects look out for, and it’s important to stay on top of them.
Clayton now supports multiple status checks so you can see exactly how every revision of your Salesforce application meets all your architecture goals.

  • Instantly see whether a commit meets secure development requirements

  • Create protection rules-based to enforce minimum requirements on PRs

  • Use our presets or create your own policies

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Track adherence to standards.

It’s hard to tell whether your team has introduced any significant problems in your codebase over a period of time or between.

Here come Comparisons to quickly check any change in security between any two revision of your codebase and compare revisions to see what new problems have been introduced and what has been fixed. No time effort.

Optimise your SOQL queries for large volumes.

New rule
When working with large data volumes, there are specific attention points to make sure your code scales. One key area for architects is query optimizations, and in particular, making sure SOQL queries are selective.

This unique feature will help your team track any LDV objects and indexed fields, ensuring that all your queries are selective and will run fast once deployed.

🤩 More improvements & updates

Export your reports in portable formats

Managing vulnerabilities in multiple systems can be complex, especially for InfoSec teams.

Clayton now lets you export reports in easily portable formats, so you can use your favourite vulnerability management tools. You can export the results of any vulnerability scan in CSV, and SARIF (open standard).

New pull request behaviour

Clayton supports a new review behaviour to make sure to keep pull request reviews are always up to date and relevant. It's now possible to publish reviews:

  • Only when detecting new problems or fixes, or

  • When new commits are pushed

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