Preview Video for Communicating Between Lightning Web Components Course

Below you will find a preview video for my latest Pluralsight course, “Communicate Between Salesforce Lightning Web Components”. This is not a course for beginners new to LWC’s or Salesforce. But, if you plan on building an app that involves multiple LWC’s and you already know the basics, then this course is for you andContinue reading “Preview Video for Communicating Between Lightning Web Components Course”

Building a Complex LWC app? You may need to learn more about how they communicate

Are you a Salesforce developer that has been tasked with building a complex app involving multiple Lightning Web Components (LWC’s)? The most important thing to understand is all the ways these components can communicate. Without a solid understanding of this concept, you may struggle and inadvertently create a poor performing or error prone app. ThatContinue reading “Building a Complex LWC app? You may need to learn more about how they communicate”

Post 2 – Building Lightning-based Sites with Experience Builder

This will be the second of a series of posts I am doing on a new Pluralsight course titled, “Developing and Extending a Salesforce Community Experience with Code”. Community Cloud (now known as Experience Cloud) allows you to easily create Lightning-based sites. Even though Salesforce offers many out-of-the-box components for these sites, many customers stillContinue reading “Post 2 – Building Lightning-based Sites with Experience Builder”

How Salesforce has changed – from a developers perspective

Salesforce.com was launched in 2000 and one of the key marketing strategies was a “No Software” protest. It took six years to offer developers a way to customize the platform. Even then, the only method of customization was to use single JavaScript files called S-Controls. The introduction of Visualforce and Apex in 2008 was onlyContinue reading “How Salesforce has changed – from a developers perspective”

Post 1 – Customizing your Salesforce Community with Code

This will be the first of a series of posts I will be doing about a new Pluralsight course titled, “Developing and Extending a Salesforce Community Experience with Code”. Community Cloud (now known as Experience Cloud) has been part of the Salesforce platform for years and it is used by many companies to actively communicate withContinue reading “Post 1 – Customizing your Salesforce Community with Code”

Need to learn all about Lightning Web Components (LWC’s)?

For anyone brand new to the Salesforce Lightning Web Component Framework, learning about all this can be quite challenging. Late last year I released a Pluralsight course named, “Salesforce Lighting Web Components: The Big Picture“. This Big Picture course was designed to slow things down and give you a high-level overview of all the piecesContinue reading “Need to learn all about Lightning Web Components (LWC’s)?”

New Pluralsight Course: Salesforce Lightning Web Components: The Big Picture

I am beyond happy to announce the release of my latest Pluralsight course, “Salesforce Lightning Web Components: The Big Picture“. This is a high-level overview of all the important things that make up this new modern and standards-based framework. Viewers will first explore what makes up the entire Lightning Web Stack. This will include discoveringContinue reading “New Pluralsight Course: Salesforce Lightning Web Components: The Big Picture”

Salesforce Trailhead: Approach with Caution

As a former member of the Trailhead team, I am hesitant to write this, but I think it is an important thing for people to be aware of. If you have been using Trailhead for longer than a year, then you need to be aware of these pretty serious limitations. While you can retake challengesContinue reading “Salesforce Trailhead: Approach with Caution”