We have two sessions this month, and they're sure to be good;
Developers want to build fast so that they can quickly ideate and test. Local Development for Lightning Web Components is designed for speed, giving developers the tools they need to render changes locally, trouble-shoot with helpful error messages, and connect with data in their org.
In this session, we will go deep on this exciting new tool, now in Beta, and showcase how it makes building components locally not only possible, but an excellent experience for rapid iteration and release. You’ll learn how to spin up a local development server from the Salesforce CLI to rapidly edit and view components, see how a rich error handling experience simplifies testing and debugging, and understand how to proxy data from a scratch org for added context and fine-tuned development.
We'll have a panel session to hear from folk who attended DF19, to get their take on what went down. Audience participation encouraged!
Our panel will include Peter Chittum (Salesforce), Amnon Kruvi, Radhika Bansal, and Jose Zacarias.
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RSVPs will open nearer the event, and remember to RSVP only if you really intend to attend. But if you do intend on coming then don't dilly-dally, as RSVPs will close several days before the event to ensure we get attendee information to the venue's security team.
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Accenture are kindly sponsoring us, with the event being at 70 Mark Lane, 3rd Floor, EC3R
so thanks to all of them and our video sponsors MobileCaddy.
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She has been a recipient of Salesforce world tour(Amsterdam, Paris) events where she spoke on technical aspects of Salesforce Lightning. She has also been the panelist with Tony Prophet, Chief Equality Officer, Salesforce on the topic Equality.
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