Sim, hoje o post vai ser em português! Desde que entrei no programa Platform Champions da Salesforce, só escrevi posts em inglês. Essa semana pensei: por que não escrever em português?
Então pensei na ideia durante o final de semana prolongado aqui na Holanda (ontem foi dia do rei e feriado por aqui) e resolvi criar uma solução simples para consultar CEP no Salesforce. …
There are a couple of standard options to upload a CSV file and create records, but sometimes depending on the business requirements you will need to have a custom and intuitive solution to upload a file and run a custom process to create/update records. This post will cover how to upload a CSV, parse the contents of the file and create Account records, displaying some simple feedback for the user at the end. This is a really simple LWC to parse a CSV file and create records and it can be a starting point to a more robust solution.
This weekend I went by train to Cochem in Germany and it took me 5 hours to go and 5 hours to come back. In between the connections, I had the idea to write a blog post about promises chaining. This concept is being really helpful in my latest projects.
Today I am going to talk about how to use promise chains in Lightning…
Yet another windy and rainy day in The Netherlands, so I stayed at home today and used the free time to write this article about how to create a Lightning Web Component confirmation dialog.
I had to create this component for one of the projects I am working on and I thought it would be worth it to share the idea. The basic scenario here is to have a modal to show a message to the users and ask if they want to proceed or cancel the operation. Here is the final result:
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