If your responsibilities include developing custom applications running in
Lightning Experience and Salesforce1 that support multiple devices and screen
sizes from a single codebase, taking this class will boost your skills to the next
In this five-day instructor-led course, you’ll learn how to program Lightning
Design System (SLDS), and make them available to Salesforce end users.
WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE?
Programming Lightning Components is ideal for independent software vendors
(ISVs) and web application developers who want to produce custom Lightning
Components and Applications that run in Lightning Experience, Salesforce1, or
hybrid mobile applications that extend the Salesforce App Cloud.
WHEN YOU COMPLETE THIS COURSE, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
• Efficiently create custom, reusable Lightning components and applications.
• Surface Lightning components and applications throughout the Salesforce
• Build a Salesforce1 mobile application that marshals data from your org.
• Define input forms with client-side data validation.
• Build apps that enable a user to create, read, and update data from a
• Programmatically invoke features of Salesforce1.
• Make components available to other developers through AppExchange
and unmanaged packages.
• Theme your application by using SLDS and Lightning Tokens
• Using HTML5 and Lightning Components to Develop Apps
• Defining a Lightning Component
• Defining and Manipulating Component Attributes
• Handling User Events
• Debugging and Troubleshooting Your App
• Using Helpers for Complex Client-Side Event Handling
• Documenting a Component
• Using OOTB Lightning Input Components
• Working with Apex
• Testing and Troubleshooting Apex
Surfacing Lightning Components
• Surfacing Lightning Components
• Deep-Diving into Building Lightning Pages with
Components and App Builder
• Building Components for Lightning Experience
• Defining a Lightning Application
• Using Lightning in Visualforce Pages with Lightning Out
• Installing and Using Components from AppExchange
• Packaging Components for Distribution
Implementing Navigation and Layouts
• Using <lightning:tabset>
• Implementing Button Groups
• Implementing a “Deck of Cards” Layout
• Using the <lightning:layout> Grid System
• Implementing Menus
Building Advanced Components
• Accessing the Component Body
• Dynamically Instantiating and Destroying Components
• Localizing Content
• Defining and Handling Nested Sub-tags
• Raising Events and Defining Public Functions
• Raising Salesforce1 Events
• Using Renderers
• Using Inheritance
• Writing Device-Specific Code
Working with Data
• Implementing Forms
• Validating Input Data
• Implementing a Query-By-Example System
• Viewing and Editing Salesforce Records
• Waiting for Server Requests to Complete
Theming Your App (Optional)
• Applying Colors and Typography
• Theming with Lightning Tokens