New title and presentations... All Right!!
We will be meeting at the CGI offices. They're a great host with great facilities.
We will start with a meet an great at 5:00. Chick-fil-A nuggets and sandwiches will be served along with iced tea and lemonade.
I'll be starting the evening off with a presentation of some of the Foibles and the Fixes I found on one of my latest Lightning Component builds.
The the most awesome Doug Ayers will be presenting on Dependency Injection:
"When developing within Salesforce, dependencies are formed in many ways, not just those made explicitly when writing code, but those formed by using declarative tools. Such as defining Actions and Layouts for example.
Whether or not you are considering Salesforce DX packaging (to better modularize your org) or if you are wanting to build a more flexible and configurable app on Salesforce, you need to learn about dependency injection! Dependency injection is a design pattern to decompose and decouple large applications into smaller dependencies whose implementations can be determined and interchanged at runtime.
This session features a new open source library https://github.com/afawcett/force-di that I’ve been developing with Andy Fawcett (project creator) and John Daniel (Salesforce MVP). I’ll demo examples for injecting Apex, Visualforce, Lightning components, Flows, and Triggers using custom metadata and programmatic configuration. "