Why You Really Need to Checkout the Open Source Base Lightning Components Now

As you hopefully know, Lightning Web Components (LWC’s) were introduced in 2019. Right away, Don Robins met with Salesforce expert, Chuck Liddell and they produced a free Pluralsight course, titled, “Play by Play: Understanding Lightning Web Components for Salesforce Developers“. In that course, Chuck walked everyone through the Open Source Recipes Repo that Salesforce providedContinue reading “Why You Really Need to Checkout the Open Source Base Lightning Components Now”

Building Your First Lightning Web Component for Salesforce Pluralsight Course is Live!!!

I am so excited to finally announce that my new Pluralsight course, “Building Your First Lightning Web Component for Salesforce” course is Live! The development of this course was a labor of love for me and I have to admit something I worked so hard on. I would not compromise the quality for anything (includingContinue reading “Building Your First Lightning Web Component for Salesforce Pluralsight Course is Live!!!”

Accessing the Final Code for Building Your First Lightning Web Component though GitHub.

My Pluralsight course, “Building Your First Lightning Web Component for Salesforce” was just released. But, I have created a GitHub repo, where you can go ahead and download the final code solution (which includes a Jest test used to test the LeadList component.

Post 6 – Building Your First Lightning Web Component for Salesforce Series

This will be the sixth of a series of posts I will be doing over the next few weeks. They will all lead up to the introduction of my new course in January 2020 titled, “Building Your First Lightning Web Component for Salesforce” from Pluralsight. These posts will contain final code snippets of the codeContinue reading “Post 6 – Building Your First Lightning Web Component for Salesforce Series”

Post 4 – Building Your First Lightning Web Component for Salesforce Series

This will be the fourth of a series of posts I will be doing over the next few weeks. They will all lead up to the introduction of my new course in January 2020 titled, “Building Your First Lightning Web Component for Salesforce” from Pluralsight. These posts will contain final code snippets of the codeContinue reading “Post 4 – Building Your First Lightning Web Component for Salesforce Series”

Post 3 – Building Your First Lightning Web Component for Salesforce Series

This will be the third of a series of posts I will be doing over the next few weeks. They will all lead up to the introduction of my new course titled, “Building Your First Lightning Web Component for Salesforce” from Pluralsight. These posts will contain code snippets of the code used in the course,Continue reading “Post 3 – Building Your First Lightning Web Component for Salesforce Series”

Post 2 – Building Your First Lightning Web Component for Salesforce Series

This will be the second of a series of posts I will be doing over the next few weeks. They will all lead up to the introduction of my new course titled, “Building Your First Lightning Web Component for Salesforce” from Pluralsight. Setting Up Your Development Environment (in 5 somewhat easy steps) Step 1: SignupContinue reading “Post 2 – Building Your First Lightning Web Component for Salesforce Series”

Post 1 – Building Your First Lightning Web Component for Salesforce Series

This will be the first of a series of posts I will be doing over the next few weeks. They will all lead up to the introduction of my new course titled, “Building Your First Lightning Web Component for Salesforce” from Pluralsight. Introducing Lightning Web Components Lightning Web Components is a new programming model fromContinue reading “Post 1 – Building Your First Lightning Web Component for Salesforce Series”

Develop an Account Geolocation App with Lightning Web Components

So, here is a link to the code for the revised version of the Account Geolocation app. I understand that if you are new to LWC, this could be a little overwhelming, but the good news is that the course I am working on for Pluralsight right now will feature a very similar LWC appContinue reading “Develop an Account Geolocation App with Lightning Web Components”