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”

Lightning Web Components Have Arrived!

Yesterday, I had the huge honor of being able to attend (in person) the official launch of Lightning Web Components. What a day! Only 250 people were invited to this event, and I was one of them. And for any of you that did not get a chance to tune in to the live broadcast,Continue reading “Lightning Web Components Have Arrived!”

New Way to Cache in Lightning Components

One of the best ways to gain performance in your Lightning pages is through caching. I have spoken and written about how one Lightning best practice is to use Storable Actions. This means data served up from your server side actions is cacheable and after they are accessed the first time, they are super fast toContinue reading “New Way to Cache in Lightning Components”

Relax, here are some important things to know about Lightning Web Components (LWC)

On December 13, 2018, Salesforce announced the upcoming release of Lightning Web Components at Salesforce World Tour in New York. In a nutshell, Lightning Web Components is a new programming model that represents a big shift in Salesforce development towards web components and modern JavaScript development. If you are an existing Salesforce developer, then thatContinue reading “Relax, here are some important things to know about Lightning Web Components (LWC)”

Modern JavaScript Development – What is it and why should I care?

Are you an experienced software developer? Well, unless you have been living under a rock, you have probably heard at least once that you should learn more about JavaScript to remain relevant as a developer. You may have even heard the phrase “Modern JavaScript Development” tossed about like knowing what that means is just commonContinue reading “Modern JavaScript Development – What is it and why should I care?”

Lightning Component Best Practices at Florida Dreamin 2018

Thank you for everyone that attended my talk about Lightning Component Best Practices at Florida Dreamin. As promised, here is a link to the slide deck: Florida Dreamin 2018 – Lightning Tips. Hope it is super helpful to you. Don’t forget to also check out the other articles on this blog such as: Debugging LightningContinue reading “Lightning Component Best Practices at Florida Dreamin 2018”