User 360 – The Missing Link

Have you ever run into a client requirement, searched for a solution on stack exchange and to your dismay, it solely existed as an Idea in the IdeaExchange? You are not alone. I recently was involved in a Salesforce org strategy engagement where we had to split a single monolith...

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8 ECMAScript standards to learn before building Lightning Web Components

With all the advances in JavaScript and Web standards in the last five years, it’s critical to understand certain concepts and constructs before you begin developing using the LWC programming model. Salesforce is embracing and supporting the use of Open Source and JavaScript standards for dramatically improving speed and simplicity...

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What’s wrong with my JavaScript Code

JavaScript is an essential part of programming on the Salesforce platform. However, since it is dynamic and loosely typed, it is prone to programmer errors. Common mistakes can lead to pull-out-your-hair issues and bad coding practices not only affect the performance, but the security of your apps and data as...

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Lightning Web Components

Welcome in Lightning Web component world. let’s understand why Lightning Web components introduced by Salesforce and How to create first LWC component in sandbox or developer org (Non-scratch org). In addition we will talk about LWC best practices. Why Lightning Web Component 5 years back, in 2014, Lightning Components Launched...

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Lightning Web Components (LWC) Best Practice

Lightning Web Components (LWC) is a new Salesforce development method using open web standards like standard JavaScript and HTML which means developers who have never worked with Salesforce can now jump right in—and existing developers can now use standard techniques and tools never before available. Hear from the man who...

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