In the last weeks, I have created a webinar series to help developers move from Visualforce to LWC. Weren’t you able to join? No worries, here you have the recordings, both in English and in Spanish!Continue reading “Webinar Series: Visualforce to LWC”
Since Lightning Experience was released, the concept of Classic App and Lightning Apps came up.
- Classic App: an application that has been built in the Classic UI. You can make it visible in Lightning Experience, but that does not convert it into a Lightning App.
- Lightning App: an application that has been built in the Lightning Experience UI.
In this post I want to talk about the benefits that Lightning Apps introduce, with an extra bonus of things to take into account if you are an ISV who builds managed packages.
Last week I was exploring the options to show a context sensitive pop-up in record detail pages. The pop-up needed to use the sObject name of the record that was being visualised in the detail page. I wanted this functionality to be available in classic and Lightning Experience. So I spent some time exploring the options that we have to do this. Are Lightning Components ready to fulfil my requirements?
Recently Salesforce published this alert about Attachments being replaced by Files in Lightning Experience. What the alert says is that Salesforce is starting to retire Attachments, which at some point will be replaced by Files. By now, the immediate consequence is that Attachments are not searchable in Lightning Experience.
Last week I had the pleasure of giving a talk in the Woman In Technology user group in Paris. As the members of the group are mainly admins, and I am a developer, I wanted to talk about something that I was familiar with but that they could understood and use in their daily work. Having seen all the new Lightning features that come with Winter 17 release, I thought that a good option could be doing a summary of the many ways we can use Lightning Components in Lightning Experience and Salesforce1. This is, not talk about developing Lightning Components, but about configuring Salesforce to use them.