Force.com is a remarkable platform, and we want to help take it to the next level. We have a dream. We want Force.com to be the most scalable, most agile, most developer-friendly platform on the planet – or in the cloud – bar none.
Areas where Force.com can enhanced …
- Add “Switch” or “Case” Statement to Apex (14,400 Points - In Development).
- Allow VisualForce Detail Page to be an edit form (9,370 Points - Product Team Review).
- IDE: Autocomplete for Apex and Visualforce code (8,280 Points - Partially Delivered in Spring ‘09)
- Enforce CRUD and FLS in Apex (4,000 Points - Product Team Review)
- Permission Sets: Allow standard object permissions to be packaged (840 Points).
- Partial Data DEVELOPER Sandboxes - 200mb is all we need for development (760 points).
- Allow Date, DateTime and Picklist fields to be indexed (460 Points)
- Support for External IDs when loading test data using the Test.loadData() method (370 Points).
- Combine all test class in one location like Triggers (190 Points).
- Allow parallel tests to run for all orgs - Many folks lost ability to run parallel tests in Spring 2013 (170 Points).
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We asked for it!
- Make managed packages less restrictive / more intelligent.
- Source Control, Revision Control, CVS, Subversion - for S-Controls & Apex Code.
- Provide Enhanced Apex Testing Functionality
What Force.com does really, really well!
- Developer and sandbox orgs on demand.
- External Ids.
- Globally unique Ids.
- RESTful UI.
- (new) Force.com CLI and trusty migration tool.
- Seasonal releases and weekly patches.
- Workbench site.
- Finely grained security model with graceful degradation.
- User object with password reset and password policies.
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