Tag Archives: Lightning

How to Create Quick action button using lightning web component

In this blog, we will learn How to Create Quick action button using lightning web component. To create the quick action button in the salesforce we have to perform the following steps: Create the Js-Meta-Xml File using the following code. JS-META-XML File in lightning web component Open Salesforce and go to the setup->Click on Object… Read More »

Displaying Types of Toast Message in Lightning Web component

In this blog, we are going to discuss on Displaying Types of Toast Message in Lightning Web component which pops up an alert of Success, error, warning, and Info message for users. A Toast message simply provides information to alert users. Toast messages i.e., ShowToastEvent also support Experience Builder sites but are not supported in… Read More »

How to invoke an LWC Component function from Aura Component

In this post, we will learn how to Invoke an LWC Component function from Aura Component when an event occurs in Aura. If we want to Invoke LWC function, we need to follow the steps mentioned below: LWC component function should be declared as public starting using @api decorator. We can invoke the LWC component… Read More »

How to Create Multi-Select Pick-list Field Using Lightning Web Component

This blog will help you learn about creating Multi-Select pick-list field using Lightning Web Component thus allowing users to select multiple pick-list values in any standard Salesforce object field. To implement Multi-Select pick-list we need a very basic UI with two standard lightning web component: lightning-combo box lightning-pill To start with, we will use lightning-combo… Read More »

How to Fetch current Record Id from Lightning Web Components (LWC)

This blog discusses on how to fetch the current record Id in the lightning web component. RecordId property is used in the lightning record page, and the property, i.e., recordId, is set to a current record Id. We are using this property in a JavaScript class using a @api decorator, and we need to define… Read More »

Custom Approval Process in Salesforce – Part 2

In continuation to our previous blog, where we worked on the UI for Approver. In this blog, we will be working on the functionality & also build UI. ApproverOrReject.cmp The above code will create the UI for the Approver Screen as shown below, Approver Screen Here Approver can write their comment prior to Approval or Rejection… Read More »

Custom Approval Process in Salesforce – Part 1

In this blog, we will discuss how to Create Custom Approval Process. But, the Purpose of creating Custom Approval Process is when the client wants any addition in Approval UI or any validation on Approval screen then we can’t achieve that because of Standard Functionality, so then we have created our own Approval Process. So… Read More »

How to invoke lightning Auto launched Flow from the Apex class

In this blog, we will discuss on how to invoke a lightning Auto launched flow from the apex class. The flow in Salesforce can be launched without user Interaction such as from a process builder or the apex code. So here we are creating a auto launched flow and call it through the apex code.… Read More »

How to Create (and Implement) Custom Salesforce Notification using Process Builder

This blog will discuss how to create Custom Salesforce Notification using the Process Builder Salesforce platform. We have considered the Order Creation process, but it can be enhanced and used for any procedure. Below are the steps for Creating a new “Custom Notification” using Process Builder for Custom Objects using Process Builder. Steps to Define… Read More »

The @track Decorator Is No Longer Required for Lightning Web Component but with one Exception

We are referring here to Spring ’20 Release Notes available on the Salesforce help section. We have removed the @track decorator from all the variables in our test project, but it was not working for the few variables. After more detail, we found one exception while removing the @track decorator, i.e., when using objects. So,… Read More »