Book Image Enterprise Architecture

By : Andrew Fawcett
Book Image Enterprise Architecture

By: Andrew Fawcett

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Table of Contents (20 chapters) Enterprise Architecture
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Building customizable user interfaces

The most customizable aspect of the user interface your application delivers is the one provided by Salesforce through its highly customizable layout editor that provides the ability to customize the standard user interface pages (including those now delivered via the mobile client Salesforce1) used to list, create, edit, and delete records.

In contrast, a user interface constructed with Visualforce applying customization features takes added effort on behalf of the developer typically utilizing Custom Settings and Fieldsets. Visualforce pages can be used to customize parts of or completely replace the standard user interface. This will be covered in more detail in Chapter 8, User Interface.


It is worth noting that subscriber org administrators can modify the page overrides defined and packaged on your Custom Objects to re-enable the Salesforce standard user interface instead of using your packaged Visualforce page. As such, it's worth keeping in mind...