You may have noticed that Salesforce are actively promoting LWC and more companies are adopting it, therefore Salesforce developers with LWC skills are becoming increasingly sought after. If you want to be competitive in the Salesforce Developer job market, NOW is the right time to learn LWC.
These are the key questions we will cover in this article.
Continue with LWC Basics
|Udemy: Lightning Web Component Development by Manish Choudhari|
|The most popular LWC course on Udemy by a developer who works at Salesforce.|
Youtube: Salesforce Lightning Web Components by Deepika Khana (free)
|Deepika Khana is a famous Salesforce instructor on Salesforce administration and apex. Her LWC course on YouTube has simple projects and covers essential topics like data binding.|
|Trailhead: LWC Trailmix (free)||Salesforce’s Trailmix on Trailhead covering LWC basics.|
Udemy: Introduction - Salesforce Lightning Web Components (free)
|Hirday Lamba prepares great tutorials that explain basic functionality and concepts of LWC with clear examples.|
Great LWC Reference Material
Here are 3 great LWC reference materials that every Salesforce developer should bookmark:
|Component Reference||You can find the Lightning base components (i.e. carousel), LWC Playground (test your LWCs right there, no need for VS Code) and the Developer guide.|
Lightning Web Components Video Gallery
|These videos by Salesforce explain the basic structure of LWC (i.e. unit tests of LWCs).|
|LWC Sample Gallery||8 terrific LWC projects. The simplest one for beginners is the LWC Recipes that shows the power of LWC in less than 30 lines of code.|
March forth Salesforce soldier! You will slay this dragon.
Contributing Author: Asel Vazirova
Asel Vazirova, a self-taught certified Salesforce Admin/Developer began her journey two years ago when she served as a QA tester intern of Salesforce apps, which enabled her to fully switch to the Salesforce Admin role. Asel holds 5 Salesforce certifications. Currently, she is working as an independent Salesforce Developer for US and Canadian customers. She is also a Salesforce dev volunteer for several non-profit organizations and enjoys attending Salesforce community events