Salesforce Lightning Online Training

Our Salesforce lightening training offers you practical knowledge with a real time project under the guidance of our real time working professionals. You will master handson lightning skills after our salesforce lightning training. The Lightning Component framework is a UI framework for developing dynamic web apps for mobile and desktop devices. It’s a modern framework for building single-page applications engineered for growth.

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The framework supports partitioned multi-tier component development that bridges the client and server. It uses JavaScript on the client side and Apex on the server side.

  • What is Salesforce Lightning?
    Lightning includes the Lightning Component Framework and some exciting tools for developers. Lightning makes it easier to build responsive applications for any device.
  • Why Use the Lightning Component Framework?
    The benefits include an out-of-the-box set of components, event-driven architecture, and a framework optimized for performance.
  • Components
    Components are the self-contained and reusable units of an app. They represent a reusable section of the UI, and can range in granularity from a single line of text to an entire app.
  • Events
    Event-driven programming is used in many languages and frameworks, such as JavaScript and Java Swing. The idea is that you write handlers that respond to interface events as they occur.
  • Open Source Aura Framework
    The Lightning Component framework is built on the open source Aura framework. The Aura framework enables you to build apps completely independent of your data in Salesforce.
  • Browser Support Considerations for Lightning Components
    Browser support varies across different Salesforce products and experiences. Use this browser support information as you build with Lightning components.
  • Using the Developer Console
    The Developer Console provides tools for developing your components and applications.
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