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Dependent Picklists, a Flow Screen Component

NOTE: This component is basically obsolete. Flow now includes a dependent picklist as an official component. You should have a good reason to bother dealing with the community component, which paved the way and served nobly, but is now deservedly retired. Watch the Video . Get the Source Code . Go get this component (not […]

Adding Flow Screen Components to a Screen

A growing set of powerful yet easy-to-use screen components are available to Flow users. I wanted to provide a little documentation for how screen components are added to screens. Once your org is updated to Spring ’18 or later, you’ll find a new Lightning Components choice at the bottom of your list of screen controls […]

Dynamic Questions in Lightning Flow

It’s now possible to create dynamic questions, where child questions appear and disappear based on the selection made in the parent question. Here’s a video that demonstrates just a few of the useful things you can do with dynamic questions. The implementation of dynamic questions takes advantage of Lightning Flow’s new ability, as of Spring […]

The “Update Screen” Flow Action Component

Flow Action Components, also known as Local Actions, are a new Flow enhancement in pilot as part of the Spring ’18 release. They’re discussed more here. This Component works in Lightning Experience. We created the Update Screen component to address a small but annoying problem some of our customers were having as they integrate flows […]

Using Salesforce SFDX With Docker — Authenticating and Opening your Scratch Org

SFDX revolutionizes the development process for Salesforce, but a few steps are necessary if you want to use it with Docker. I keep my dev environment in a Docker container, and I haven’t figured out how to get that container to open URL’s on my machine, so I need to use headless authentication. Fortunately, that’s […]