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Enterprise-grade UI with open source Lightning Web Components

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Earlier this year, we released Lightning Web Components (LWC), a new UI framework based on web standards and optimized for performance and developer productivity. We have now open sourced the Lightning Web Components framework so that anyone can build applications on any platform.



Join our webinar where we'll explore how this framework, based on standard HTML, modern JavaScript (ES6+), and the best of native Web Components, helps you create web components and apps using the stack and tools you prefer.

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Enterprise-grade UI with open source Lightning Web Components

  1. 1. Enterprise-grade UI with Open Source Lightning Web Components July 18, 2019 | 10:30 a.m. IST Satya Sekhar Sr. Developer Evangelist Salesforce Aditya Naag Topalli Sr. Developer Evangelist Salesforce
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  3. 3. Go Social! Salesforce Developers Salesforce Developers Salesforce Developers The video will be posted to YouTube & the webinar recap page (same URL as registration). This webinar is being recorded! @salesforcedevs
  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. Agenda ● What's new in Web Standards ● What, Why and How of the Lightning Web Component Framework ● Exciting Demos
  6. 6. The World of Web Development has Changed 2014 2019 +
  7. 7. What are web components? ● Custom elements ● Define your own custom HTML tags like <hello-world> ● Shadow DOM ● Create scoped sub-trees in DOM ● Used for encapsulation ● HTML templates ● The elements <template> and <slot> allow you to create reusable markup for custom elements. ● HTML Templates are rendered at runtime by JavaScript. Allow you to create new custom, reusable, encapsulated HTML tags
  8. 8. Benefits of web components Reusability Interoperability Encapsulation Extensibility Composability
  9. 9. Standards: Modules ● Each module is a piece of code that is executed once a JavaScript file is loaded. ● import and export statements are used to use and create modules ECMAScript 6 +
  10. 10. Standards: Decorators ● Extending the behavior of a function without explicitly modifying it. ● You apply it by prefixing the decorator with an `@` character and placing this at the very top of what you are trying to decorate. ECMAScript 6 + (proposed for standardization)
  11. 11. Demo
  12. 12. Built with Modern Web Standards Use the modern language of the web: ES6+, Custom Elements, Modules, and Templates Built for performance More code executed by the browser instead of JavaScript abstractions for a blazing fast experience Compatible and easy to use Compatible with IE 11 (required polyfills are added) Backward compatibility Introducing Lightning Web Components Build modern apps on a standards-based JavaScript framework Web Components Templates Custom Elements Shadow DOM Modules ECMAScript 6+ Events Standard Elements Rendering Lightning Web Components Framework Salesforce Bindings Salesforce Components
  13. 13. Lightning Web Components Framework NOW OPEN SOURCE Use the same framework on and off the Lightning Platform Learn by exploring the source code Drive the roadmap by contributing code Lightning Base Components Salesforce Bindings Build Anywhere with Lightning Web Components Open Source
  14. 14. BUILD TEST QUALITY DEPLOYFRAMEWORK Leverage the Broader Open Source Community Developers learn one framework that works anywhere with their preferred tools
  15. 15. Open Source is Part of the Salesforce Story Salesforce is committed to open source and advancing web standards Lightning Web Components https://opensource.salesforce.com/
  16. 16. Demo
  17. 17. Get Started with LWC Open Source Today! Learn more about building with web standards through these useful resources recipes.lwc.dev lwc.dev Explore more at lwc.dev Dive into the source code and documentation to understand and iterate on the framework Check out code samples at recipes.lwc.dev Visit this page to see code samples to build on the framework
  18. 18. Q & A Try Trailhead: trailhead.salesforce.com Join the conversation: @salesforcedevs Join Trailblazer Community Group: bit.ly/webinarinapac
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