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Building Your First Lightning Web Component (LWC) for Salesforce

Building Your First Lightning Web Component (LWC) for Salesforce
Video: .MP4, AVC, 1280x720, 30 fps | Audio: English, AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch | Duration: 2h 3m | 402 MB
Instructor: Sara Morgan Nettles
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.
Are you passionate about using native browser features to build modern web applications? In this course, Building Your First Lightning Web Component (LWC) for Salesforce, you will learn all about how Salesforce has embraced the Modern Web Standards Renaissance that has emerged in the past few years and how Lightning Web Components are a huge improvement over the Aura-based components introduced back in 2014, while still offering complete interoperability with Aura components. First, you'll set up your development environment with Visual Studio Code and SalesforceDX. Next, you'll build an app utilizing nested web components that communicate using custom DOM events. Finally, you'll see how to convert Aura components, as well as how to set up Jest and Jest test. When you've finished this course, you will be able to build your own LWC app.
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