The latest update in complete Salesforce user interface environment is “Salesforce Lightning”. The latest design encompasses the Salesforce ambient user experience from mobile devices to desktop and Visualforce pages. However, the prerequisite is that you have to make your Salesforce instance lightning ready to enable it to fully utilize the UI/UX. You may have to redo lots of customizations, workflows, reports and dashboards, apps, and Visualforce pages.
The good news is that we have mastered Lightning user experience for you.
We design and modify re-usable Salesforce Lightning Components to fast track your future projects.
The Salesforce Lightning Component Framework provides modules that can be accumulated and modified to build dynamic communities with simple drag-and-drop, that too without programming. But, the toolkit offers a couple of constituents that are limited in functionality.
At Techila, our developers have developed a set of advanced Lightning components that are easy to customize and assemble into a comprehensive, practical and vivacious community. Our set of advanced Lightning Components includes Forums, Ideas, KnowledgeBase, Federated Search, and Cases. What segregates our Lightning Components from the rest are their cutting-edge features and inter-operability. These components are easy to configure, receptive, and reusable. We also create modified components personalized to your exclusive business requirements.
Techila supports the Salesforce Lightning Experience with Lightning Components but is also still accessible through the Classic interface.
Users who have switched to the Lighting Experience will notice restructured styling including; the use of the Salesforce Sans font, and some buttons and windows. Users choosing to stay in Salesforce Classic mode will although notice the customized styles but encounter no change in functionality.
The latest lightning component available for Techila is the Nearest Records component. The component can be placed on any Lightning Page and provides a list of the nearby records, based upon a Techila Data Set.
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