Whether you have experience with Salesforce development or just modern development tools, this course will teach you how to create your own nested web application using Lightning Web Components. You will also learn lots of helpful tips and tricks.
Sara Morgan Nettles is a Certified Salesforce Platform I and II developer, who began her software development career twenty years ago working primarily with Microsoft technologies. She now focuses on sharing her knowledge of developing modern web applications on the Salesforce platform. She has authored numerous books and articles, as well as being a regular speaker at Dreamforce.
Course Overview Hi, everyone. My name is Sarah Morgan Nettles, and welcome to my course building your first lighting Web component for sales force. I am a certified platform one into Sales Force, a developer, and while working at sales worst, I was lucky enough to be part of the Lightning Web component pilot. In this course, you're going to learn about the exciting new programming model from Salesforce that takes advantage of all the latest Web standards that have really changed so much since 2014. I will walk you step by step through how to build a lighting Web component. App. The new programming model should be very intuitive for any modern Web developers, even if you don't know anything about sales. And the best part is that the aptly build should be super lightweight and performance. Some of the major topics that we will cover includes setting up your development of iron mint with visual studio code and sales horse T X building, an app, which includes several nested Web components that communicate using custom dom events and then lessons. I learned about converting aura components and finally, you will learn about how to set up jest on your machine as well as to create your own. Just test using Salesforce recommended best practices before beginning the course. You should be pretty familiar with Java script and just a little about how to create classes using their proprietary apex permanently. But don't worry, because there are plenty of great resource is for all of that here on Pluralsight. I hope you'll join me on this journey toe. Learn about lightning Web components with the building your first lighting Web component for Sales Force course at Pluralsight.