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May 15, 2015 New Salesforce Lightning Component Framework Learning Resources

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We ran our Salesforce1 Lightning series of challenges last fall after the announcement at Dreamforce with much success. Since the framework was beta we knew that we were writing code on the bleeding edge. There was a lot of trial and error involved but you came through in the end by building a large number of awesome components.

It’s been roughly six months since the release so we are starting to see more and more Lightning resources for developers. Features and functionality are coming fast and furious but if you’d like to keep up with development or get started building Lightning components, here are some new resources for you!

 

Salesforce Trailhead

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Trailhead teaches you how to build cloud apps for free with fun, interactive tutorials. Stand out by learning in-demand Salesforce development skills. There is a Lightning Components module that consists of 10 or so videos with associated learning challenges. Definitely start here.

 

Salesforce University

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Don Robbins is doing a ton of great stuff for Lightning Components at Salesforce University. He has a number of developer blogs as well some really great getting started video.

 

Paul Battisson

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My buddy Paul is doing some great videos, tutorials and blog posts on his site for Lightning components. They are definitely worth checking out.

 


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