A recurring problem I face in my lightning developments is the need to manage two or more picklists dependent on each other. With this article we will see how you can easily develop a component able to render dependent picklist values, by leveraging the Lightning Application events.
If you create dynamic User Interfaces in Lightning, you will certainly have the problem to detect the right element or button being clicked. For example, say your user will have a dynamic list of elements that you can’t predict, rendered in the UI. Each element when triggered should execute a specific functionality or action. How […]
A typical issue is the impossibility to filter picklist values available for a specific record. Think at you while exposing a Lightning component that collects some Case information. The user populates all inputs, but can select more picklist values than it should since you have no way to filter them out based on the Record […]