The SFDX CLI allows developers to manage Salesforce applications and metadata using text commands instead of using the Salesforce user interface.
But it does come with limitations, including the following:
With Hutte, you don’t need to install or learn Git, as Hutte’s UI already has integrated recipes on Git hosting tools. You can also view the changes you made from these hosting providers.
There is no need to reproduce this data as everything is generated and integrated with Hutte.
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Look at how you can visually utilize SFDX Git development with Hutte.
Once you have created a Hutte account with us, you will start from a new environment by taking a scratch org from the pool. You can name your org referencing the issue tracking system you use (such as Hutte’s Jira plugin). Once you’ve named the org, your environment will be in place.
You can create new SFDX metadata in your org, for example, an Apex class.
In this instance, you add your logic to the Apex class and save it. This now becomes an addition to your environment.
In this example, the changes had the following impact on the org:
From here, you can describe what you have done and select what you want to include from the changes you committed.
You will then click on “Submit.” This will create your SFDX pull request, and your changes will get added to Git.
For example, the conventional way of using SFDX Web UI or the Git command-line tool requires more technical steps, which may be complicated for no-code users.
Hutte is truly one of the best tools that we use. Product owners, Salesforce solution architects, business analysts — anyone on our team can easily and visually accomplish the tasks that would otherwise take a lot of clicks, time, and coding.