LWC – First Look – Tool Setup

Install SFDX CLI To get the Salesforce DX command line interface (CLI) tools installed we ca use the links in the Set Up Your Salesforce DX Environment. In the section titled “Install Pre-Release Version of the Command Line Interface (CLI) are links to download for various OSes. Download the one for your Operating System and […]

Lightning Code Analyzer - Disable a Rule

Lightning Code Analyzer – Disable a Rule

If you have taken the chance to check out the Force.com IDE 2 beta you may have noticed a tab called “Lightning Code Analyzer”.  This area will point out coding rule violations that the developers at Salesforce feel should be followed.  While most of them are probably good rules, sometimes you need to break the rules […]

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Around the Web – 20170901

And now for somethings to read over the weekend, if you have some spare time that is. Cars 3 While taking time off last week we took the kids to see Cars 3.  Yeah, a little late maybe but the kids loved it.  As an added bonus, the 3 year old figured out that Lightning […]

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Around the Web – 201708118

And now for somethings to read over the weekend, if you have some spare time that is. Winter is coming! (To Lightning!) – Developer Relations You know what they say — time flies when you’re having fun! And we’ve been having a lot of fun since Lightning Experience launched two short years ago. This blog […]

Around the Web – 20170728

And now for somethings to read over the weekend, if you have some spare time that is. Not Hotdog – Salesforce Einstein Edition Anyone who is a fan of HBO’s Silicon Valley show will be familiar with Not Hotdog, Jian Yang’s app that determines whether an item of food is a hotdog or not. In […]

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Around the Web – 20170707

And now for somethings to read over the weekend, if you have some spare time that is. Consuming Platform Events in 10 Lines of JavaScript Platform Events are a fantastic new feature that can now be used in your org. Firstly – I want to once again say how good it is to see Salesforce […]

ECMAScript 6 - Spread Syntax

ECMAScript 6 – Spread Syntax

Have you head about the Spread Syntax? It a way to expand in place an iterable. Lets take a look. What? The Spread Syntax allows you to expand an iterable in place. What this means is if you have an array and you use the spread syntax (…) om it the values in the array […]

ECMAScript 6 - Rest Parameters

ECMAScript 6 – Rest Parameters

Let’s talk about Rest Parameters! What? A Rest parameter is a way to gather all remaining prameters passed to a function into an array. If you are familiar with the arguments object this may seem similar. It is the last named parameters in the function and the name starts with 3 periods (…). Sample Rest […]

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