How to dynamically set custom CSS properties in LWC?

Hi! 🙂 Imagine, as a developer, you've a use case where you're developing a custom modal LWC component and you'd like to make it flexible so that you can easily adjust the height of the modal. One (and relatively the easier) way of doing this is by using in-line CSS, and here's how it will … Continue reading How to dynamically set custom CSS properties in LWC?

Scheduled Flows: How do they work?

Very recently, one of my fellow #flownatic friend, Andy, shared a tweet about scheduled flows which led to some interesting suggestions on the thread. https://twitter.com/enginutkan/status/1413922984188948491 The question here is which approach should you be taking, left or right? Take a moment to think about it! Which one did you pick? So the ideal approach here … Continue reading Scheduled Flows: How do they work?

Salesforce Developers CodeLive: Dueling Integrations

I recently had the fortune of featuring and collaborating with one of the most amazing folks, Kevin Poorman on one of the most viewed Salesforce channel, Salesforce Developers, on YouTube. It was about trying to integrate Salesforce with Twilio API to send text messages using 2 different options; Apex and External Services, kinda like a … Continue reading Salesforce Developers CodeLive: Dueling Integrations

Generating Public URL for Salesforce Files

Hola! 😀 Have you come across a use case where you wanted to display/share some images(or other file types), stored as Salesforce Files, outside of Salesforce? Salesforce lets you handle this very effectively using the Content Delivery object; API Name: ContentDistribution. To expose a file publicly, you can simply create a record on ContentDistribution object … Continue reading Generating Public URL for Salesforce Files

Run URL launched flows in Lightning Context

Hi, there! 🙋‍♂️ Launching flows via URL is generally not preferred mostly because of all the limitations associated with for example, unpleasant UI, requires enabling Lightning runtime, redirection limitations, limited(almost none) usability of custom lightning flow actions etc. Note: Enabling Lightning runtime doesn't change the context(or host) to lightning. AFAIK, there is no official doc … Continue reading Run URL launched flows in Lightning Context