Learn MOAR in Summer ’22 with Lightning Web Components
Before we can really get into what light DOM is or how it can help you, we first need to recap shadow DOM. If you have spent time building Lightning Web Components, you are more than familiar with shadow DOM as it is used to protect your components from being manipulated. It does lots of great things for your components, such as protecting them from having CSS leak into them from their parent or the page, hiding them from the DOM inside of the shadow tree, and much more.
Learn MOAR in Summer ’22 with Developer Tooling
The Summer ’22 release brings with it a number of updates to our developer tooling that will help increase your productivity and developer experience. From VS Code Extension updates to some brand new features, the future is bright for Salesforce Developers. Let’s take a look at all of the new features that developers can use as they extend Salesforce with code.
Learn MOAR in Summer ’22 with External Services & API Updates
When it comes to Salesforce development, automation and integration go hand in hand, which is why we’re excited about the latest updates to the Salesforce APIs. On top of this, External Services has continued to expand as a Salesforce Platform feature, giving customers the ability to automate across multiple systems without having to write custom code. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at all of the new features in External Services, as well as some fantastic API updates, available in the Summer ’22 release.
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