Monthly Archives: October 2015

Salesforce Lightning Lookup Component : Version 2

Version 2 This is Version 2 of the Salesforce Lightning Lookup Component. I had one of those, ‘Why didn’t I do it like that instead?‘ moments in the shower this morning. Essentially, it’s less code as I’ve done away with the rendering

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Salesforce Lightning Lookup Component

Note: This article has been superceded by: Version 2.  I’ve been playing around with Salesforce Lightning components and one of the obvious things that seems to be missing is a UI component to lookup a record in a Salesforce custom object

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Salesforce Lightning support in Sublime Text 3 for Mac OSX

If you’re developing Salesforce Lightning components you’ll probably reach a stage where you get fed up of using the Dev Console. Right now the Eclipse based IDE doesn’t support lightning and Joe Ferraro is still working on the latest updates

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