Tuesday, 21 May 2013

Quick Finder for Salesforce


And here the dude is back in town. Here is my new post to make all the developer’s life so easier.

Let me ask you a question here :).
When you are working in browser and if you need to find out any class/page/trigger/component/static resource, then how will you do that?

Let me tell you, how you will do it (Even I am also a advanced developerJ):

  1. First Click -> Your Name
  2. Second Click ->  Setup
  3. Third Click -> Develop
  4. Forth Click -> Apex Classes

You are not finished yet.
Now use alphabetical sorting, view more, next page etc. links to find out the exact class. This becomes more irritating when org is very big. So on an average, you need to do at-least 6 clicks to find out a component.

It is really killing time when working on browser directly. So I started working on an application which can do all this in SINGLE CLICK:-O.
Yes, you read this correctly. You can do all this in a single click. App name is Quick Finder for Salesforce.
This application includes a home page component, which you just need to place on your sidebar.


and you are done. Now doesn’t matter on which page you are, if you can see sidebar, you can go to any component at any time.



Just click on the searched result and you will be navigated to appropriate component.
Isn’t it awesome? This app currently supports following component types:
1.       Apex Class
2.       Apex Page
3.       Apex Trigger
4.       Apex Component
5.       Static Resource
Please install this from AppExchange.  Here is the Installation link. Don’t forget to review this after installation.
https://appexchange.salesforce.com/listingDetail?listingId=a0N3000000B3a8hEAB

11 comments:

  1. I have installed it and used. it is really awesome tool to save our time during development.

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  2. Thanks Sandeep. Can you please share your feedback on Appexchange and rate this?

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  3. Hi Bhawani Sharma,

    I have installed this app but didn't find quick finder. Any idea?

    Thanks
    Nisha

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    1. Hi Nisha,

      Please go to
      your Name -> Setup -> App Setup -> Home Page layout -> Edit
      You will find it there.
      Please go through the installation guide:
      https://appexchange.salesforce.com/servlet/servlet.FileDownload?file=00P3000000Glx4TEAR

      Let me know if this helps. Don't forget to rate this app :).

      Regards,
      Bhavi

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  4. Great job,i installed it in my org n working like a charm.
    Thanks 4 saving our time n keep rocking

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