We’re happy to be kicking off a series of blog posts featuring some of the best presentations of TrailheaDX ’18 as rated by attendees! The first of this ICYMI (In Case You Missed It) series from #TDX18 focuses on Lightning Components. Lightning Components are reusable units of your Lightning app. They make up a UI framework so you can develop dynamic apps for desktop and mobile devices. Therefore, having strong Lightning Components is important for any Lightning app you build.
At TrailheaDX ’18, we had a bunch of well-received sessions on building base and custom Lightning Components. Check out these five recordings to find out about all the different ways you can develop Lightning Components for your apps!
Build Lightning Components with Salesforce DX
In this session, evangelists Vishwa Vikas Dagala and Shashank Srivatsavaya teach you how to use Salesforce CLI, scratch orgs, and other tools of the new Salesforce DX to build simple Lightning Components. (Level: Beginner)
Speed Up Development with Base Lightning Components
Learn with product managers Manoj Mahesh and Greg Rewis on how to use base Lightning Components as building blocks for your own custom components. (Level: Intermediate)
Lightning Component Framework Roadmap
Product managers Ryan Ellis and Greg Rewis give you a look at what’s ahead in the Lightning Component Framework roadmap, plus find out best practices for testing your components. (Level: Intermediate)
Lightning Data Service: An Easy Way to Build Lightning Components Without Code
Product manager Kamyar Seradjfar talks about how to build Lightning Components easily by taking advantage of the shared record cache in Lightning Experience and the Salesforce Mobile App. (Level: Intermediate)
Advanced Lightning Components
In this session, superstar evangelist Christophe Coenraets shows us how you can take Lightning Components to the next level by reusing code between components, using third-party libraries, and more! (Level: Advanced)
Watch and share all the videos here!
In case you missed it, we hosted our first-ever AMA on Reddit with the Lightning Platform product team. Check out the questions and their answers! And if you’re new to Lightning Platform, we regularly host a Lightning Platform Orientation webinar. Register now for our May 18 session.
Don’t forget you can also post in our Trailblazer Community and get more of your questions answered by product experts and your fellow developers.
To learn even more about Lightning Components, complete the Lightning Component Basics and Lightning Component Skills and Tools modules on Trailhead. Whether you’re an experienced developer or just starting out, we hope these recorded sessions and resources will help you build the Lightning Components you need for awesome apps!