Around the Web – 20190118
Brett M. Nelson - Friday, January 18, 2019
And now for somethings to read (or watch) over the weekend, if you have some spare time that is.
202: Get Good with git
Good Day, Sir! Show - Salesforce Podcast – / John De Santiago – Jan 16 – In this episode, we discuss the complexity of buying a tv, the rebuild Salesforce SDK, ClickSoftware, getting lightning ready, working with the new Cloud Flow Designer, and deployments.
Introducing DreamHouse, DreamInvest, Pure Aloe and Easy Spaces Sample Apps for Lightning Web Components - Salesforce Developers Blog
Salesforce.com – Jan 15, 10:00 AM – A few months ago, we announced the Sample Gallery on Trailhead to help showcase the possibilities and best practices for what you can build on the Salesforce Platform. With our recent announcement of a new way to build Lightning components, we also...
HTML5 Input Types: Where Are They Now?
Smashing Magazine – Jan 16, 2:30 PM – 11 min read Share on Twitter or LinkedIn Upgrade your inbox and get our editors' picks twice a month. With useful tips for web devs. Sent 2× a month. You can unsubscribe any time — obviously. HTML5 introduced thirteen new types of form...
GitHub Desktop 1.6 now available
The GitHub Blog – Neha Batra – Jan 17, 12:21 AM – We are excited to release GitHub Desktop 1.6, bringing new features and improvements around onboarding, suggested next steps, and large file restrictions. With the release of GitHub Desktop 1.6, we're addressing the question we constantly ask...
Two Way Binding in Lightning Web Components
Matt Goldspink – View all posts by Matt Goldspink – Jan 18, 1:30 AM – If you are migrating from Angular.js to Lightning Web Components (LWC), one of the first questions you'll have is about binding. How do I take bind a property from my JS into a form field and have changes in the form field update that...
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