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  • Display PDF Files with Lightning Web Components
    by Anny He on July 16, 2019 at 5:00 pm

    Have you ever wanted to view an uploaded PDF file in Salesforce, on a Lightning page? This use case came up for me during piano practice. I really wanted to see a PDF with a score and play the related music through a YouTube component on the same page. A business use case could involve […]

  • Dreamforce 2019 Developer Track Call for Presentations is Open!
    by Josh Birk on July 15, 2019 at 7:00 pm

    We officially open the Dreamforce 2019 Call For Presentations today for both the Admin and Developer tracks. Get your grade-A material organized and submitted to us so that you can share your knowledge, insights and experience of being a builder, developer or architect on developing with Salesforce. New year, new app! Every year we work […]

  • Breaking Runtime Dependencies with Dependency Injection
    by Philippe Ozil on July 8, 2019 at 5:00 pm

    Whether you actively plan for it or not, dependency management is part of a developer’s everyday work. In this post we’ll present dynamic dependency injection, a technique that allows you to break dependencies and swap service implementations at runtime. We’ll start our journey by explaining how dependencies can become a problem, then we’ll see how […]

  • Play YouTube Videos Through Lightning Web Components
    by Anny He on July 2, 2019 at 5:00 pm

    Have you ever wanted to play YouTube videos in Salesforce? I have, and created a YouTube player using Lightning Web Components. As a budding pianist, I built the player to help me learn classical music within a Salesforce app. The app centralizes sheet music, ideal music performances, and practice sessions. Since many great musical performances […]

  • Differences Between Building Lightning Web Components on Lightning Platform and Open Source
    by René Winkelmeyer on June 27, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    Just a few weeks ago we announced that we open sourced Lightning Web Components – which is a core UI technology for building applications on the Lightning Platform. Now developers can leverage the same framework plus their gained skills for building performant and reusable web applications on Salesforce and other platforms. This blog post will […]

  • Case Study: DreamHouse Gains Speed by Switching to LWC
    by Dinko Bajric on June 24, 2019 at 5:00 pm

    DreamHouse is a sample application used by Salesforce to showcase how building complex business applications can be quickly accomplished by using the Salesforce platform. It is a fictitious real-estate company providing brokers a way to manage their properties and customers to find their dream house. Despite the app being fictitious, it is a fully functional […]

  • Check Out What’s New in the Developer Portal
    by Kris Chant on June 13, 2019 at 7:00 pm

    Happy summer, Salesforce Developers! We’re excited to bring new updates to our developer portal, and look forward to hearing how they’ll enable you and your development teams. API Explorer We’re thrilled to have fresh API documentation updated for you in the API Explorer. When you navigate over, you’ll notice that we’ve added and updated the […]

  • Get #Buildspiration with Einstein Apex AI Tools
    by Mayukh Bhaowal on June 13, 2019 at 4:00 pm

    Get your #buildspiration from the Summer ’19 release! We are sharing five of our favorite release features for Developers (and Admins) as part of the The MOAR You Know learning journey. Get the release highlights as curated and published by our evangelists. Complete the trailmix by July 31, 2019, to get a special community badge, […]

  • Get #Buildspiration with Asynchronous Apex Triggers in Summer ‘19
    by Satya Sekhar on June 12, 2019 at 4:00 pm

    Get your #buildspiration from the Summer ’19 release! We are sharing five of our favorite release features for Developers (and Admins) as part of the The MOAR You Know learning journey. Get the release highlights as curated and published by our evangelists. Complete the trailmix by July 31, 2019, to get a special community badge, […]

  • Get #Buildspiration with Custom Notifications in Summer ’19
    by Heather Dykstra on June 11, 2019 at 4:00 pm

    Get your #buildspiration from the Summer ’19 release! We are sharing five of our favorite release features for Developers (and Admins) as part of the The MOAR You Know learning journey. Get the release highlights as curated and published by our evangelists. Complete the trailmix by July 31, 2019, to get a special community badge, […]