Salesforce Dev Tools for Chrome™

Salesforce Dev Tools for Chrome™ is a Chrome extension helping Force.com developers do the below things:

・Export definition of objects to Excel file.
・Show / Hide object API name on object detail page by 1 Click.
・Quick generate test data Apex Code for Force.com Unit Test.
・Quick access to new record page, list page and object setting page.
※ Deep generator will come soon : )

And the important things, there is no need any login account and doesn’t cost any API request of Force.com.
※ The feature of object quick access needs to request Metadata Index via SOAP API once at first loading.

Until now,this extension supports the English, 日本語, 中文(繁體)or 中文(简体) version of Force.com.

To start using Salesforce Dev Tools for Chrome™, there is need to open any page on Salesforce.com first.

Export Objects defination to Excel (Released at v2.0.0)

Salesforce Dev Tools 1

Show Object API Name

Must be opened on Salesforce object/record detail page. Tesfore for Google Chrome 2

Apex Code Generator

Must be opened on Salesforce object/record detail page. Tesfore for Google Chrome 3

Including blank fields mode

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Object Quick Access

On Object Setting Page

Access object new, list and API reference page more simply from Object Setting page. Salesforce Dev Tools for Chrome™

Search Feature

Salesforce Dev Tools for Chrome™ Install From Chrome Web Store

Release Note

2016/08/21 Major release (v2.0.0)

・ Added the feature of exporting objects definition to excel file.
・Rename extension to “Salesforce Dev Tools for Chrome™.

2016/04/04

・ Added the features of object quick access and object searching.

2016/03/31

・ Added support for generating Apex Code include blank fields

2016/03/28

・ Added support for RecordType
・ Added hint for Quick Access Menu Turned Off


Enjoy It!

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