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I'm pretty new to Salesforce development and I'm trying to wrap my head around Lightning App development.

Essentially I'm looking to setup a base application which will have a tab(ex:Admin)

So far I have done this:

  1. Created a SFDX project using the command line
  2. Authorized Org
  3. Created a lightning web component
  4. Deployed the source

This all works well now i'm going to Salesforce org edit a page and include my Lightning web component. All good.

But my doubt is if I want an custom lightning app let's call it as "FancyPants" and couple of tabs like Home,Admin. How do i create that because I do not want to deploy my lightning web component. I want to deploy an App with bunch of tabs(which will have lightning components) and objects in the background

basically i'm looking for File=>New=>ASP.Net kind of experience.

How do i do this from Visual Studio Code?

Thanks in advance!

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You have to Create the Lightning App from Lightning App Builder then drag and drop the Components you need. Please follow this Trailhead module on how to Create a Lightning App. And check this module on how to Add Component to App in Lightning Experience.

  • Okay once I Created an app how to make it in a codable format so that i can checkin my app to some source control so that i other developers can pull the changes and add their own features to the app – Umamaheswaran Jul 25 at 8:25

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