I am so happy to announce that my third course about Lightning Component Development Best Practices was published on Pluralsight last night.
I worked extra hard on this course and have spent every weekend for the past 6 months toiling over every little thing I included. I am really hoping that effort shows through and I would love to hear your feedback (good or bad). All feedback is welcome. The good stuff makes me feel good and the bad stuff makes me better, so it’s all good.
Here is the description for the course and a listing of the specific things it covers:
Are your Lightning Components performing at the best level they can? Are they secure? Will they scale well as you start to build more complex Lightning Applications? In this course, Lightning Component Development Best Practices, you’ll learn the answers to these questions and more. First, you’ll find out what simple best practices you can incorporate to improve client-side rendering. Next, you’ll learn how to enhance server-side efficiency. Finally, you’ll discover what you can do to ensure your components are secure. When you are finished with this course, you’ll have the confidence to build Lightning Components that run “Lightning Fast”.
- Improving Client-Side Performance
- Enhancing Efficiency on the Server
- Reusing Code in Complex Applications
- Avoiding the Pitfalls of Inter-Component Communication
- Enforcing Security and Mistakes to Next Make