Lightning Components Implementation for Platform Developers

////Lightning Components Implementation for Platform Developers

Lightning Components Implementation for Platform Developers

Course ID: DEV460 1 Day

Lightning Components Implementation for Platform Developers


If you are an Apex programmer who wants to develop responsive applications using the Lightning Component Framework, this course will give you hands-on experience building a single-page application. You will build a Lightning application and Lightning components that have the Salesforce look and feel and can securely access, display, and manipulate data in your org. You will also use standard and custom events to make your application interactive. You will employ best practices to build maintainable and reusable code, including nested components and JavaScript helper functions.



Programming Lightning Components is ideal for independent software vendors (ISVs) and web application developers who want to produce custom Lightning Components and Applications that run in Lightning Experience, Salesforce mobile, or hybrid mobile applications that extend the Salesforce App Cloud.




Instructor-led / Virtual Instructor-led

Malaysia: MYR1,800


  • Have a solid understanding of basic Salesforce concepts.
  • Have 3-6 months of development experience in JavaScript.
  • Understand basic data modeling concepts for relational databases.
  • Be able to use basic SQL.
  • Be able to write basic HTML.


  • Create Lightning Components.
  • ¬†Apply SLDS to use the Salesforce Lightning Experience look and feel.
  • Work with the Lightning Component Bundle.
  • Use attributes and expressions to store and display data.
  • Apply best practices related to component development.
  • Debug and troubleshoot your application.
  • Invoke Apex methods in a secure fashion from component controllers.
  • Use the event framework to make an app interactive.


Module 1: Using HTML5 and Lightning Components to
Develop Apps

Module 2: Getting Started with Lightning Components

Module 3: Theming Components with CSS

Module 4: Defining and Manipulating Component Attribute

Module 5: Handling System and User Event

Module 6: Debugging and Troubleshooting Your Application

Module 7: Working with Apex

Module 8: Using Base Lightning Components

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