Monthly Archives: May 2020

An example to communicate between Lightning Web Components and Visualforce Pages

In the past, if you want to communicate between LWC, Aura and Visualforce page, you have to use postMessage() method. This is an article back in 2017: In the Winter ’20 release, we are introducing a new feature 'Lightning message service' to communicate across the DOM between Visualforce pages, Aura components. Actually I have…
Read more

Turning your Visualforce to lighning look and feel

Visualforce in Salesforce Classic is comfortable — we get that. However, Salesforce Lightning is here and it is the future and Lightning Web Components are the foundational building blocks behind it all. Because Salesforce wants developers to be as successful as possible, we recommend making this journey in a two-step approach: Make the transition from…
Read more