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Visualforce​Preview

by Lance Shi ALL

Provide basic functionality for a user to preview a Visualforce page in sublime

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VisualforcePreview

Visualforce Preview is a simple plugin to enable previewing Visualforce page for Salesforce in Sublime text.

To use this plugin, first you need to setup your Salesforce domain by Preference > Package Settings > VisualforcePreview > Settings - User

Copy the template from Preferences > Package Settings > VisualforcePreview > Settings - Default, and change the domain into your own Salesforce domain. Then you are ready to go.

To preview a VF page, simply click ctrl + alt + v (on OSX is ⌘+ shift + v) in your VF page file (you need to save it first). Alternatively, you can click Tools > VisualforcePreview > Visualforce Preview

How to install

Package Control

Install Will Bond's Package Control, and then:

  • In the Command Palette, choose Package Control: Install Package
  • Search for VisualforcePreview and install it

Github

Go to your Sublime Text “Packages” directory (Preferences / Browse Packages...).

Then clone this GitHub repository:

$ git clone https://github.com/Lanceshi2/VisualforcePreview.git "Visualforce Preview"

License

Do whatever you want