Wait, what? Displaying Analytics Dashboards outside Salesforce?

Yes, you heard it right! You can host your beautiful Analytics Dashboards outside Salesforce without much fuss(okay, maybe a little)! With the wave:waveDashboard base Aura component and Lightning Out, we can quite easily host our Analytics dashboards outside Salesforce. How do we make this happen? Let's try keeping it very simple.Broadly classified, we can have … Continue reading Wait, what? Displaying Analytics Dashboards outside Salesforce?

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Style your Developer Console!

Yo! 😀 This article is all about styling! Okay so how many of you still often use Developer Console to code? I do! 🙋 Ever felt bored with the default color theme of Dev Console, or do you like coding on dark background which gives you that 'developer' vibe? Well, I got some good news … Continue reading Style your Developer Console!

Add Confetti effect to Lightning components and Flows

We all love celebrating! And no celebration is complete without some Confetti in it. In Summer'19, Salesforce introduced Confetti celebration in Lightning Path.https://releasenotes.docs.salesforce.com/en-us/summer19/release-notes/rn_sales_features_core_path.htmBut what if I tell you we can toss this confetti at a lot more places than just Lighnting Path? Sounds exciting, right? But how do we do that? Well, there is a … Continue reading Add Confetti effect to Lightning components and Flows

Adding Validation Errors on Individual Inputs in custom Flow Screen Components – Part 3

Hola! So glad to see you here! 😀 So this is my third post of the series on handling validation in custom Flow Lightning components(no plans for the 4th one). Please make sure to give them a read before continuing further, otherwise this post may not make much sense. Validate custom Flow screen components in … Continue reading Adding Validation Errors on Individual Inputs in custom Flow Screen Components – Part 3

Retain input values while validating custom Flow Screen Lightning components – Part 2

Hello and welcome back! 😀 In our previous post, we discussed how we can validate custom flow screen components, and towards the end of it we also touched upon the different limitations of this validation approach. In today's article we shall aim at finding the solution to one of the limitations we discussed in the … Continue reading Retain input values while validating custom Flow Screen Lightning components – Part 2

How to validate custom Flow screen components in Flows – Part 1

Developing custom flow screen components is awesome! But, there is always a but, there is no out of the box validation feature available to validate them in flows. But there is a cool feature, released in Winter 19, which let's you add validation within your component. So how exactly does it work? Salesforce validates each … Continue reading How to validate custom Flow screen components in Flows – Part 1