Automated Accessibility Tests with sa11y

Accessibility in today’s world is a must! Thus, in the past weeks I’ve spent some time implementing automated tests that check for accessibility issues in Sample Gallery apps. To check for accessibility issues I’ve used sa11y, a set of open source JavaScript libraries that detects machine knowable accessibility issues and that can be used with Jest, WebdriverIO or just generic JavaScript.

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Lightning:container to the rescue

If you have been developing Lightning Components for a while it is probable that you have come up against the feared Locker Service. If you are aware of Summer 18 Locker Service changes, you will know that, luckily, Locker Service restrictions have been relaxed. However, there are still some libraries that are considered unsafe and that cannot run within this context. For those cases, lightning:container comes to the rescue!

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5 #Lightning tips for Visualforce devs

…Originally posted in medium

Are you a Visualforce developer? Do you want to transition to #Lightning? Don’t be scared about it! Lightning Components is a new technology that can seem very different to Visualforce, as the way of programming is pretty different. Despite the learning curve is a bit sharped, once you have acquired skills on Lightning Components development, you will develop components at the speed of light, in comparison with Visualforce development! So, don’t miss the next 5 tips:

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