Platform Cache – Using it to store the access token if there is no refresh token mechanism provided

In my last post, I explained pretty much about the Platform cache and that was more theoretical. This post explains a use case where I used the Platform cache in my project. I had a challenge while working on a 3rd party application integration using OAuth 2¬†where I couldn't refresh the access token as this … Continue reading Platform Cache – Using it to store the access token if there is no refresh token mechanism provided

Salesforce Platform cache – A booster in the application performance and for the developers as well

If you ever been in Java and .Net development and have moved to salesforce then you must had been missing one feature which is Session Management. This is something which every Salesforce developer waited for so long. It's quite close to what we have in other server programming languages but with some limitations due to … Continue reading Salesforce Platform cache – A booster in the application performance and for the developers as well