Clayton's co-founder Lorenzo Frattini hung out with Xi Xiao from SalesforceWay to discuss the problem of technical debt in Salesforce.
As Clayton’s founder, I have been working with dozen of Salesforce teams throughout my career. As I look at how they manage their code reviews, there are 3 things that most of them miss. In this short blog post I will share them with you. CRUD/FLS violations This simply means that the object and field-level […]
Why every Salesforce development team needs a Security Champion. “Security Champion” is a concept made popular by the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP). Security Champions are members of a development team that take direct responsibility in security and actively promote security best practices. With more and more data moving to the cloud, the need […]
Companies of all sizes and industries are using Salesforce across departments to run their businesses faster. As the number of Salesforce applications grows, and more customer data shifts to the Cloud, application security becomes even more crucial. Are you a Salesforce expert? Share your opinion on this matter. We are asking Salesforce professionals for their […]
What is static code analysis? Static code analysis tools can process application source code automatically, and help identify problems, security flaws, estimate technical debt, etc. Such tools process large amounts of code in a very scalable way and enforce checks systematically; for this reason, they can be instrumental to your technical debt management strategy. How […]
With this webinar, you will learn how to integrate Clayton into your Salesforce development projects in just a few clicks.
We have collected some useful and tested tips to help you boost your day-by-day developer life. From regular team retrospectives to automating vulnerability scanning.
Learn how to integrate Clayton into your Salesforce development projects in just a few clicks, and how to trigger code reviews automatically when your code changes or on-demand.
We find one serious security problem every 39,000 lines of code; this affects, on average, 2 orgs out of 5. At Clayton, we examine tens of millions of lines of code and configuration every day, looking for security vulnerabilities and anti-patterns before they put at risk our customer’s Salesforce investments.