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AURA: Updated URL Parameter Value in JS File

I was working on a page in Aura component and the page is loaded on click of a button from a related list(It can also load from a quick Action button). AURA components have a behavior that a component loads with value in cache memory. Which means, AURA component can sometimes load the previously clicked value from URL. Behavior is unpredictable. Which means, Component can load updated value or it can also load previous URL parameter value. For which user may have to click refresh button to load new info.

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LWC: Lightning-Combobox required field validation on submit button

When working with custom Lightning-combobox in LWC most of the time you will face problems making combo box a required field. When using a Lightning-record-edit-form, you usually use lightning-input-field tag and it takes care of all the FLS (Field Level Security) and irrespective of field type it handles every type of field. However, there will be scenarios where lightning-input-field may not be suitable and end up using a custom tag. For instance, a custom lookup field or multi select custom lookup field or a custom record type selection combo box. You end up using a custom solution for these.

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Get Loggedin User Details in LWC without Apex call

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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LWC: Clicking a button from a JavaScript Method.

When working in LWC, there will be a scenario where you may have to click a button based on some criteria or some condition from backend(Client side JavaScript section). In HTML, for every tag there is a unique attribute Id. Similarly, when working with LWC’s HTML, for every tag there are multiple unique attributes, one such attribute which can be used is data-id=”Unique_Id”.

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