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Salesforce.com released several new enhancements to its Salesforce Platform, including a suite of low-code tools to help anyone develop apps.

Low-code tools simplify the complex schematics of coding platforms, while their user-friendly interface makes it easy for non-technical users, such as businessmen and managers, to code apps to incorporate into their business processes.

What’s included in the new lineup?

The Salesforce Platform includes updates and enhancements for advanced app development, including niche features such elastic computing, DevOps capabilities, and identity management, making advanced coding accessible for a larger audience.

The platform offers features that are just as exciting for advanced coding professionals to develop apps, making way for easier collaboration between tech teams and business professionals.

Salesforce makes interactive app development easier with Dynamic Interactions, which uses pre-built components to exchange information and aid with user commands and can be added to apps without the need for any additional code.

Salesforce has automated and simplified app development

Salesforce saves time for tech professionals by automating tasks that take up much time if coded conventionally. The Einstein Automate feature allows the workflow to automate coding tasks, which can be integrated with different apps and data sources.

The Einstein Data Protect ensures that any sensitive or confidential data abides by the legal privacy standards, such as financial information or social security numbers. The sensors detect any sensitive data input and notify the team accordingly to prevent any leaks and data misuse.

The DevOps center is another addition that aids easy collaboration between development teams. This centralized location makes it easy to track changes and allows for easy communication and visibility across source code control systems for the team.

Lastly, Salesforce is also incorporating Customer Identity Plus which allows the development team to maintain a steady customer experience across the complete range of the organization, eliminating the need for separate logins and making for a seamless experience across multiple apps.

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