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The History of Custom Development on the Salesforce Platform

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Gustavo Melendez
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The Salesforce platform has come a long way since its inception in 1999. In the early days, the platform was focused primarily on customer relationship management (CRM) and didn't offer much in the way of custom development. But as the platform evolved, it began to support custom development, opening up new possibilities for businesses to build custom applications on the Salesforce platform.

In 2005, Salesforce introduced the AppExchange, a marketplace for third-party applications that could be integrated with the Salesforce platform. This was a major step forward, as it allowed businesses to access a wide range of pre-built applications that could be tailored to their specific needs.

In 2009, Salesforce introduced the Force.com platform, which was specifically designed for custom development. This platform allowed businesses to build custom applications using a variety of languages and tools, such as Apex, Visualforce, and Lightning. This opened up the Salesforce platform to a wider range of developers and made it possible to build more complex and sophisticated custom applications.

Over the years, the Salesforce platform has continued to evolve and expand, adding new features and capabilities that make it easier and more effective to build custom applications. Today, the platform is used by businesses of all sizes to build a wide range of custom applications, from simple tools to complex, mission-critical systems.

The history of custom development on the Salesforce platform has been one of steady growth and evolution. From its early days as a CRM platform to its current state as a powerful and flexible development platform, Salesforce has come a long way. And with the continued support and investment of the Salesforce team, the future looks bright for custom development on the Salesforce platform.

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