Top 3 favorite modules
A lot of companies have either the Salesforce CRM tool or other apps built in salesforce. That’s why the salesforce connector is a very helpful module that has basic functionalities to link to Salesforce. You can extract contacts, tasks, and query for any type of information. While it is fairly bare-boned, because you can extract a plethora of information from Salesforce, it is a pretty good starting point. The domain model, web service and basic queries are already built in, and you can customize and extend as needed. If you are customizing the module though, it is best to add them to another module. The reason being is so that if you ever need to upgrade the connector or download it from the App Store, you won’t have to reconfigure everything all over again.
Want to send emails through your application? No problem! The email template to the rescue.
The email template is something I use frequently in a lot of apps. Businesses usually need to send emails to users to trigger some event, get an alert, or send emails straight from the application. Whenever you need such functionalities you can easily download the EmailTemplate from the App Store. It is fairly easy to integrate with the Use Me folder where you will find all the components you’ll need as a first time end user. The email template is quite useful and I can’t count the number of projects I’ve included it in.
Another very helpful module is the forgotten password functionality. Built by my co-worker Jasper, the forgotten password module allows users to retrieve their forgotten passwords. Within the login widget, you can add a link for forgotten passwords, easily enter your email and within seconds you get a link to re-create your password. It is a great module that has come in handy multiple times.
In conclusion, I hope you’ll find all these modules helpful in your project. Also, a quick disclaimer, read the documentation carefully and ensure that you have any other dependent modules or widgets downloaded. For example, the email module requires the encryption module and the forgot password requires at least the deeplink module to send the password retrieval links!
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