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.
That is why I am happy to announce that my latest Pluralsight course, “Communicate Between Salesforce Lightning Web Components” has just been released. 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.
In this course you will learn how to effectively communicate between LWC’s. First you will discover the three methods used to communicate between components. Then you will learn details about each method by seeing how they work in a real-world app. By the end of the course, you will know how to build your own high-performing Lightning-based app that is assembled with Lightning Web Components. This course is focused solely on LWC communication.
I hope you find the course useful. If you do check it out and have feedback, I would love to hear it – good or bad. You can give feedback through Pluralsight or here on my blog. Either way, it would be appreciated. Thank you.
3 thoughts on “Building a Complex LWC app? You may need to learn more about how they communicate”
Thanks Sara. So, the best way to get up-to-speed withLWC’s is via Trailhead and which other courses? (Aura is not suitable)
Hi Frederick. Yes, Trailhead is good. I would try for the superbadge if you can. Also, I just published an intermediate course yesterday called “Communicate Between Salesforce Lightning Web Components” that you might want to check out.