Getting user object fields value in Lightning web component without calling an Apex class.
While working on User Interface design, many times you need to display logged in user interface. Salesforce gives a way to get ID of logged in user directly, but all other fields are usually fetched by calling an apex class.
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When working with LWC sometimes, you need a list of values in picklist(combobox) which is fetched from an apex class. Values can be based on some condition. So, in this blog, we will see how to fetch a list of sObject records and bind values into <lightning-combobox />.
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In salesforce we can have only one popup at a time. So, if you are using a popup, then you have to use a work around to display popup.
Here in this blog, I will show you how to display a popup within a popup. We will create 2 components in this demo.
- Child Component (Second popup modal)
- Parent Component (Actual Popup modal)
So, when user chicks on a button we will display a pop-up window and when user clicks on success button we will display another child pop-up modal.
Continue reading “Pop-up within a pop-up in Lightning Aura Component.”