@future annotation (pronounced as at future) is, perhaps, the simplest method of asynchronous code execution on the Salesforce1 platform. The
@future, is a method annotation that makes the method run asynchronously at some point in the near future. Generally, this happens quite quickly, but no time guarantees are established annotation methods as
@future is fantastically useful, but has a number of caveats and limitations that developers must remain mindful of:
@futurecan only accept primitive parameter types. String, Integer, and so on, are your only options.
@future. In other words, an
@futureannotated method cannot be called ...