Around the Web – 20180330

And now for somethings to read over the weekend, if you have some spare time that is.

Our move to Salesforce DX and Developer-Controlled Packages

Since the Spring ’18, Second-Generation Packages can be installed in Production orgs. Three days after the release went out, we had our first DCP installed in Production. I’m very excited about this new tool, and thought it could be interesting to…

The Future of Vue.js in 5 Minutes – Vue Mastery

At VueConf.US 2018 I spoke with the speakers (many of which are on the Vue core team) and asked them what they were most excited about in the next year in Vue.js. I’ve summarized the responses below with links to what they mentioned. If you want to…

Salesforce Pipelines with Heroku Flow – Salesforce Developers Blog

In the recent Salesforce DX series we introduced you to the concepts of Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) using Salesforce DX. With this blog post we’re announcing the availability of Salesforce buildpacks for Heroku…

Nuxt 2 is coming! Oh yeah! – Nuxt.js

Just 25 days after 1.4.0 release, Nuxt 2 is almost ready. Over 330 commits, 320 changed files, 8,200 additions and 7,000 deletions not counting other nuxt repositories! OK it seems LOTS of changes but don’t worry, we tried our best to have only a…

Brave Unveils Development Plans for Upcoming 1.0 Browser Release, Including Transition to Chromium Front-End | Brave Browser

The Brave 1.0 browser for desktop operating systems is coming later this year and it will include several significant improvements that we’d like to share now. Over the past few months, we’ve been developing a new Brave browser that is based on…

What to Expect When Ionic 4 Is Released

The Ionic team has been busy working behind the scenes to finish the release of Ionic 4.x, which we should hopefully see an alpha release of before too long. We’ve talked about the benefits of Ionic 4 in the past. In this article, I want to focus…

The status of JavaScript libraries & frameworks: 2018 & beyond.

Libraries and frameworks are one of the intense competitiveness on front-end development. In these days, the meaning of FE dev is about what libraries or frameworks is using. Every year new different projects appeared with their own features, but…

Communicating between Lightning Components and Visualforce Pages – Salesforce Developers Blog

radian6.com – Jan 4, 2017, 11:00 PM – There are many places where you can use Visualforce pages in Lightning Experience. The Visualforce & Lightning Experience module in Trailhead covers these scenarios in detail. In some of these places, a Visualforce page can coexist with Lightning…

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