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CodeLive: Build Lightning Web Components faster with Local Development

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GitHub repo: https://github.com/satyasekharcvb/lwc-local-dev.git

With the release of a new beta version of Local Development, you can now build Lightning web components faster than ever before! You can now render changes, iterate rapidly, troubleshoot errors, and even connect with data from your org by spinning up a local development server on your machine.

In this session, we build Lightning web components in real time. The exciting new capabilities we showcase will enable you to be an even more productive developer.

In this CodeLive session we:

- Spin up a local development server from the CLI to rapidly edit and view components
- Observe how a rich error handling experience simplifies testing and debugging
- Learn how to proxy data from an org for more context and fine-tuned development

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CodeLive: Build Lightning Web Components faster with Local Development

  1. 1. #CodeLive with Salesforce Build Lightning Web Components faster with Local Development Sept 26, 2019 | 10:30 a.m. IST Satya Sekhar Sr. Developer Evangelist Salesforce Santanu Pal Technical Architect Cognizant
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  4. 4. Have Questions? ● Don’t wait until the end to ask your question! ● Technical support will answer questions starting now. ● Respect Q&A etiquette ● Please don’t repeat questions. The support team is working their way down the queue. ● Stick around for live Q&A at the end ● Speakers will tackle more questions at the end, time-allowing ● Head to Developer Forums ● More questions? Visit developer.salesforce.com/forums
  5. 5. Build Lightning web components with Local Development for a business use case in next one hour Agenda
  6. 6. What will we be using today? ● Local Development ● Visualstudio code and its extensions ● Sample Gallery – LWC Recipes ● Component Library
  7. 7. LWC Local Development ● Live rendering of components on your local machine (without pushing to your org) ● Express Server and LWC Compiler ● Only works with LWC ● Will be shipped as part of the SFDX CLI Overview
  8. 8. LWC Local Development Features ● Local Rendering of Components and Live Reload ● Access Org Data using LDS, UI API, and Apex ● Error Handling with Error messages, Code line highlighting, and Stack trace ● Link to open in VS Code
  9. 9. Requirements
  10. 10. User Story • Field Monitor Application: As a Field Service Agent(FSA) of a MedDevice Company, I want to get the 360 view of assigned cases after login to Salesforce Lightning Platform. I can get to know the associated account (Hospital) information for the selected case. Following fields will be applicable with respect to the business entities. Case Account Case Number Name Status BillingStreet Subject BillingCity Created Date BillingState
  11. 11. How it should look like
  12. 12. Lightning App Page Agent Dashboard My Case(s) Case Number Status Subject CreatedDate Actions 00001028 New ECG Machine is not working Sept 10, 2019 Hospital – Address Details Billing Street Billing City Billing State Save
  13. 13. Let’s Design the Components
  14. 14. Component breakup Pub-Sub Model My Case(s) Case Number Status Subject CreatedDate Actions 00001028 New ECG Machine is not working Sept 10, 2019 Hospital – Address Details Billing Street Billing City Billing State Save showCases(LWC) associatedAccountInfo(LWC)
  15. 15. Implementation
  16. 16. Local Development Summary Roadmap ● Local Development ● Visualstudio code and its extensions ● Sample Gallery – LWC Recipes ● Component Library ● Flexipage Rendering ● Apex Support ● Mock Data / Live Data Recording
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