Manish ChoudhariSalesforce Developer & Architect
I am a nerdy Software Engineer and could never get enough of technology. Learning something new everyday is my favourite dish.
My passion about technology started when my big brother had bought a computer, I was in 8th standard at that time. I always used to watch him building these cool websites and had planned a career for myself doing so.
Since then, I have learned and worked on quite a few technologies like Java, .Net, C#, PHP, Android, Salesforce etc. Although I like working and studying all technologies, I spend most of my time buiding stuffs on Salesforce.
I have started this blog to share my knowledge, ideas, thoughts and everything that I have learned so far. Apart from writing technical articles on my blog, I am active on communities and forums, I love to speak on public events and, I also run my youtube channel SFDCFacts, where I share video tutorials on Salesforce technology.
|Salesforce/Cloud||Web Development||Mobile Development||Console/Desktop|
|Salesforce Admin||HTML, CSS||Android Application Development||Java|
|Lightning||JavaEE, PHP, .Net||.Net|
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Checkout earlier posts in interview question series to read previous questions. 44. How to render component conditionally? Conditional markup is a term to display or hide components based on some condition. Example, show error component if login credentials are wrong, or show success component if credentials are correct. Conditional markup can be achieved using 3 approaches: aura:if […]
Checkout earlier posts in interview question series to read previous questions. 36. What are attributes? Attributes are same as variables in a Class. They are typed fields that are set on a specific instance of a component, and can be referenced from within the component’s markup using an expression syntax. Attributes enable you to make components more […]
Checkout earlier posts in interview question series to read previous questions. 27. What are application events? Application events follow a traditional publish-subscribe model. An application event is fired from an instance of a component. All components that provide a handler for the event are notified. Unlike component events, application events can be handled by any other component. […]
Checkout earlier posts in interview question series to read previous questions. 17. What are component events? Component events allow you to make a communication channel within same hierarchy. A component event is fired from an instance of a component. A component event can be handled by the component that fired the event or by a component […]