SSO Flow and Decision Guide

Salesforce Single Sign on Flows | Identity Flows

Single Sign On (SSO) flows enable users to authenticate using their identity from an external system. There are three mechanisms which can be used to achieve this in Salesforce. 1) Delegated authentication Using delegated authentication, Force.com does not validate passwords but instead uses an external Web service to validate user credentials. When...

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Delegated Authentication Flow in Salesforce

Delegated Authentication Flow in Salesforce

Delegated authentication allows Salesforce to accept a user’s credentials / authentication token, but pass to an external service for validation. Delegated authentication is similar to single sign-on (SSO), but it offers a slightly different experience to users. With delegated authentication, one system relies on another system to validate user credentials....

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Salesforce OmniStudio

Introduction to Salesforce OmniStudio

The Salesforce OmniStudio digital engagement suite makes it easy to click-configure rich, consumer-grade user experiences based on objects, APEX classes, REST APIs and other data sources. In this session, Peter will explain the business and technical problems that led to the development of OmniStudio and review its key components. He’ll...

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OpenID Connect (OIDC) Flow

OpenID Connect (OIDC) Flow in Salesforce

Allows confirmation of identity through an extended version of OAuth 2.0. OpenId Connect authenticate users without having to get your hands dirty with passwords. Consume OpenID Connect from popular Identity providers with Social Sign-On. Provide a single, branded Identity to your own users and applications using OpenID Connect. Use any...

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Top 10 VS Code Extensions

Top 10 VS Code Extensions

In our last post we talk about Vs Code Extension for Salesforce and this post we will talk about top 10 Vs Code Extension in general. We can increase productivity by using the right tools at the right time. VS Code extensions let you add languages, debuggers, and tools to...

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Login Flows in Salesforce

Login flows in Salesforce is one of the greatest Arsenal that could be used to collect information from users during Login process. You could also use Login flows to show “Terms & Conditions” page or “Privacy policy” Page and make users Accept during Login. Login flows will come for your...

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Heroku to extend Salesforce Implementations

Leveraging Heroku to extend Salesforce Implementations and Beyond

Hey there #Trailblazers, as promised in our last Heroku Series blog posts we are back again with something interesting to cover in this blog, so let’s get started!! In this blog we will be discussing a few architectural patterns how enterprises are leveraging Heroku for multi-org strategy to create a...

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