ICYMI @ TrailheaDX’18: 4 Session Videos About Process Automation
Salesforce makes it simple to automate processes in your apps and make experiences seamless for your customers. As a developer, there is much more you can do with Lightning Flow. In addition to utilizing the tools in Lightning Flow — Process Builder and Cloud Flow Designer — you can use Apex when you need more functionality.
We talked a lot about Lightning Flow and other automation tools at TrailheaDX’18 so we wanted to share recordings of a few sessions. Take a look at these videos and learn how to become an automation master!
Introduction to Lightning Flow
The best way to learn about Lightning Flow is to just get started! Learn from product management VP Arnab Bose and product marketing manager Wendy Lee on how to build rich, engaging, and guided visual processes to automate your business and how to utilize Lightning Components to orchestrate dynamic screens. (Level: Beginner)
Go with the Flow: Top UX Tips for Lightning Flow
Learn the top three tips for building user-friendly experiences in Lightning Flow. Principal UX designer Owen Schoppe talks about them in this presentation. (Level: Beginner)
Bring Engaging Experiences to Life with Lightning Flow
Arnab Bose, senior product management director Alex Edelstein, and principal software engineer Nathan Lipke talk about how you can create powerful, versatile, and visually pleasing process-based apps with Lightning Flow and base and custom Lightning Components. (Level: Intermediate)
Orchestrate Multiple Processes and Flows with Platform Events
Platform Events is an enterprise messaging system and one of its many functions is allowing flows to communicate with each other. In this presentation by Nathan Lipke and product managers Jason Teller and Jay Hurst, you’ll learn how to coordinate multiple flows by using platform events (Level: Intermediate)
For more on Lightning Flow, be sure to complete the Lightning Flow module on Trailhead. Also, if you missed out on our Developer Preview Live webinar on May 25th, you can watch it here on-demand. One of the topics we discussed was what’s new in Lightning Flow for the Summer’18 release!
This marks the end of our ICYMI @ TDX18 series but don’t worry, we’ll be launching our Call for Presentations for Dreamforce 2018 real soon! Perhaps we’ll see your session in a blog series. Stay tuned, and thanks for revisiting TDX18 with us!