Around the Web – 20180720

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

How Variable Types Operate in the Lightning Component Framework – Salesforce Developers Blog

Salesforce.com – Jul 17, 3:00 AM – When writing a component or application, you can set an attribute to have a specific type. But how is the type being used by Aura, the underlying framework of Lightning Components? What benefits do you get from choosing one type over another? What…

Managing Dependency Injection within Salesforce

Andy in the Cloud – Andrew Fawcett – Jul 15, 8:44 AM – When developing within Salesforce, dependencies are formed in many ways, not just those made explicitly when writing code, but those formed by using declarative tools. Such as defining Actions and Layouts for example. This blog introduces a new…

Yes, It’s Happening – Salesforce Certification Maintenance Is Moving to Trailhead!

The Trailblazer – Tiffany Powell – Jul 19, 4:01 AM – As announced at TrailheaDX earlier this year, the time has finally arrived! Because we want to make all of your learning and credentialing easy to access from one central platform, maintaining your credentials has just gotten a whole lot simpler…

AI For Salesforce Developers – Part 1

paulbattisson.com – Jul 15 – I have long been interested in AI and Machine Learning (ML), having presented on the topic at Dreamforce a few years ago, written on the topic for Salesforce, and completed a course on the topic through Coursera. I find the subject extremely…

Build Truly Native Mobile Apps with Vue

NativeScript – NativeScript doesn’t require a JavaScript framework, but if you’re a Vue.js developer, the NativeScript community has you covered. Vue.js is a lightweight framework for building engaging user interfaces. NativeScript powers cross-platform (truly…

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