Tag Archives: Lightning basics

Add a Utility bar to your Lightning Apps

Salesforce Spring ’17 has bought a bunch of handy features to the table, especially when it comes to Lightning. While the majority of these features are minor in detail and some might even go unnoticed, but they are all useful when it comes to providing the user a better experience. Once such small feature introduced… Read More »

Add Lightning Components to VisualForce Page

Salesforce has reimagined the platform from Classic to Lightning. With the lightning version, accessing data and tools has become easier. The major advantage of Salesforce Lightning over Salesforce Classic is its faster response time with enhanced user interface. Lightning uses its own set of components and design system which is different from Salesforce Classic. The… Read More »

Creating a Lightning Component

Lightning Components are the self-contained and reusable units of an app. They represent a reusable section of the UI. It is a bundle that can contain other components, as well as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, or any other Web-enabled code. This enables you to build apps with sophisticated UI’s. It can range in granularity from a… Read More »