Current week is Lightning Web Components (LWC) week. So I tried my hands on it and created a sample app. Using this sample app you will get the idea of LWC Datatable, LWC LDS RecordEditForm components. How to pass data between components using events and how to call apex method from Lightning Web Components(LWC). But … Continue reading Lightning Web Components: Datatable with LDS and Apex
In the last post we check the Lightning:recordForm Which is a great tool. But there some limitation. Like we can't prepopulate data in that. So today we will check another component, Lightning:RecordEdit form. It is very good component, using this we can create edit page, check our custom validation and store the data into Salesforce without … Continue reading Lightning:RecordEditForm Save Data Without Apex
Lightning Record form (lightning:recordForm) to show edit or detail page. You can also create new records.
Hi Everyone, Its summer time and Salesforce release cycle is on summer 18. Today we will take a quick overview of Summer 18 release notes. With the lightning:isUrlAddressable interface, we can now control which Lightning components can be opened programmatically. We can also now easily capture URL parameters using the v.pageReference attribute and use the … Continue reading Salesforce Summer 18: Quick Preview
In Dreamforce Salesforce announce a new development tool SFDX. It’s a new way of development where we create a temporary org for the development; In SFDX we call them Scratch org. The idea is similar with Trailhead org where we create new org for challenge and once completed we can delete them as well. With … Continue reading SFDX: A New Way of Development
In my previous post I have explain the Lightning Basic. But in that post we only cover basics of Lightning events. Lightning events are more complex and need a detailed separate post. So today we will cover lightning events in details. Events are used in Lightning to communicate between two components and pass data between … Continue reading Lightning Events: Detail Overview
Einstein is now a known tech in market and Salesforce now making its library public from the beta mode. Recently Salesforce made Object Detection public available. Object Detection tells you where one or more objects are in an image which allows you to get specific counts and locations of objects within images. For Object Detection first … Continue reading Einstein Object Detection: A Quick Overview
Einstein Vision is part of the Einstein Platform Services technologies, and you can use it to AI-enable your apps. Leverage pre-trained classifiers, or train your own custom classifiers to solve a vast array of specialized image-recognition use cases. Developers can bring the power of image recognition to CRM and third-party applications so that end users … Continue reading Salesforce Einstein Vision: Quick Overview
Salesforce Winter 18 release Notes Quick Preview. Yeti Astro
A quick preview of Salesforce summer 17 release notes.