Welcome to the unofficial source of resources for Salesforce Lightning Pages. Here, members of the community have provided a repository for Lightning Components that can be used on Home Pages, Record Pages, Utility Bars and other non-flow locations.
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Winter ’19 now allows you to close all non-pinned Lightning Console tabs (Shift-W). You can install this component to provide a Utility Bar option to close all your opened tabs and even specify whether or not to include pinned tabs.
This invisible component, when added to a Record Page, waits for the record to be changed then runs a designated Flow in a new browser or console tab.
This is a generic Lightning Component that displays a Highlights Panel of up to 10 fields positioned left to right. The component can be placed anywhere on a Lightning Record Page.
This is a generic Lightning Component that allows for the display or editing of a Long Text Area field on the record page with a larger input box than what is standard and the ability to toggle it on and off.
This is a generic Lightning Component that will load a Visualforce page in a new tab, passing in the RecordId and other user defined parameters. The original page will be redisplayed when the Visualforce page closes. The component supports both standard and console pages.
This is a generic Lightning Component that allows a Button to execute a Quick Action. The Button can be placed anywhere on a Lightning Record Page.
This is a generic Lightning Component that allows up to 5 Buttons that can execute Quick Actions. The component can be placed anywhere on a Lightning Record Page.
Here’s a new component that let’s you add a Quick App Switcher to your Record Pages or Utility Bars. Unlike the standard App Switcher, it is smart enough to take you to the same record or page you were on in the App you are switching away from.
This is a generic Lightning Component that allows a Toggle Button to set/clear a checkbox field. The Button can be placed anywhere on a Lightning Record Page.
I was looking to display Visualforce pages using the RecordId inside of my Lightning Record pages. After finding a very elegant solution to pass the RecordId from a Lightning Component container to a Visualforce page displayed in an iframe I decided it was time to move the solution from the Sandbox into Production. What worked […]