As a Salesforce Developer, we often wonder how effectively we can build customizable Lightning Components. Given that Salesforce being a multi-tenant architecture platform it is very important that we need to create more scalable & modular components. So, to achieve this we will be walking you through the approach of leveraging Custom Metadata Types that will empower anyone to quickly customize any lightning component within minutes.
Join ApexHours session to learn more about building flexible components with the help of Custom Metadata Types that will make you #SuperDeveloper who can do magic with minimal code to accomplish very complex requirements.
Flexibility = Reusability ?
|Flexibility in real world||Flexibility in Salesforce Lightning|
|The quality of bending easily without breaking||Being modular and Scalable|
|The ability to be easily modified||Configurable/Customizable|
|Willingness to change or compromise||Able to Hide/Show elements|
Lightning Components with Custom Metadata
Flexible Lightning Components – Design Patterns
- Leverage Custom metadata / Custom Settings / Custom Labels
- Empower Admins mindset (use Design Tokens)
- Avoid declaring metadata in code (Build only skeleton)
- Highly configurable as possible
- Build not more than 2 components for a requirement
- Make it reusable and modular
Speaker : Guha Arumugam
Date : Saturday, 19 OCT 2019 10:00 AM EST ( 7:30 PM IST)
Venue/Link : Online
RSVP : https://trailblazercommunitygroups.com/events/details/salesforce-farmington-mi-developers-group-presents-build-highly-flexible-lightning-components-using-custom-metadata-types/#/
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Amit Chaudhary is Salesforce Application & System Architect and working on Salesforce Platform since 2010. He is Salesforce MVP since 2017 and have 17 Salesforce Certificates.
He is a active blogger and founder of Apex Hours.