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Flow Extensions — May Update

We’re keeping busy getting ready for the Summer ’18 release and doing the planning for the work that will go into Winter’ 19. Here’s what’s new in the component world: New Navigation Buttons give your screens enhanced finish behavior. Watch the video 2. Local Actions are about to go Generally Available, with Summer ’18. Read […]

Lightning Flow Local Actions — Summer Update

The Local Actions feature in Lightning Flow becomes generally available in the Summer ’18 release of Salesforce. This feature extends the range of things you can do with flow by allowing lightning component-based flow extensions. Flow has long had the ability to incorporate extensions that leverage Apex classes and recently gained the ability to leverage […]

Flow Extensions April Update

Lookup component now offers filtering Due to huge code contributions from Eric Smith and datapharmer, the Lookup screen component has been substantially enhanced. a) You can now filter the Lookup component based on a particular field: b) but you can also choose to filter based on a where clause. For example, if you wish to […]

Flow Extensions March Update

1. Dynamic Question can have default settings Version 1.1 of DynamicQuestion allows defaults to be set for each question, including the parent question. These default values can be a string or a Flow variable. Based on a request by JodieM. Get the new version here. 2. New MultiShim Flow Screen Component This simple little component […]

Adding Custom Images to Flow Screens and Overriding the “Next” and “Previous” buttons

So a VP asks me to build a Flow demo for him, and I do. But he wants it to have more visual sizzle. He even gives me a nice piece of stock photography, along with a version where the wheels are highlighted. So I built a little custom component and made a video. In […]