Adding Lightning Components to Public Sites using Lightning Out!!!

Hello Folks!!! You may all be aware of this super feature called Lightning Out, using which you can literally show a Lightning Component anywhere. So why not use it on public sites then. Let's see how it works!!! Before starting the exercise,  below are the prerequisites for you: You already know how to create Lightning … Continue reading Adding Lightning Components to Public Sites using Lightning Out!!!

How to prepare Test Data for your Test Classes? – Part 2

Hello Everyone, I am back yet again. This is a continuation of my previous post How to prepare Test Data for your Test Classes? - Part 2, where we saw how to create test data for your test classes. Today we will try to implement the same in a real-time scenario. Like I said, let's get … Continue reading How to prepare Test Data for your Test Classes? – Part 2

How to prepare Test Data for your Test Classes? – Part 1

Hello everyone, It's been a while I have blogged. For past couple of months, I  was on a transition of moving to a new role in a new organization. Now that I finally found some time, I thought of taking this opportunity to share something. Also, I got charged again after hearing that Feedspot, an online blog … Continue reading How to prepare Test Data for your Test Classes? – Part 1

Checkout Developer Calendar for Lightning Sessions!!

Hi fellow developers, This month, Salesforce Developer Community is conducting webinar sessions on Lightning, which according to me are best to attend. Please find below the session name, details along with registration links. Performance Best Practices for Lightning Component Development Description: Want to improve the performance of your Lightning components and applications? This webinar is … Continue reading Checkout Developer Calendar for Lightning Sessions!!

EXCEPTION HANDLING IN LIGHTNING COMPONENTS⚡️⚡️⚡️

It's a common practice that we call apex server-side controllers in lightning components. When you do so, it's also important that you handle exception and throw the error properly to the client. By doing so, you can display error messages at client-side, rather than ending up debugging and figuring out what happened to the application. … Continue reading EXCEPTION HANDLING IN LIGHTNING COMPONENTS⚡️⚡️⚡️