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The Lightning Component framework is a UI framework for developing dynamic web apps for mobile and desktop devices. It’s a modern framework for building single-page applications engineered for growth.

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I believe you are simply missing the controller attribute in your component definition... <aura:component implements="forceCommunity:availableForAllPageTypes" access="global"> should be <aura:comp …
answered Sep 13 '19 by Chris Johnson
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Unfortunately, the SLDS examples are simply design examples... Salesforce has not provide a way to create charts in LWC or Aura components. You will need to use a third-party library for that. The Sa …
answered Jan 6 by Chris Johnson
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I think the easiest solution is to set the name of your button to your indexVar (unforunately, aura:id cannot be dynamically set in an aura:iteration). This will allow you to get the index in your con …
answered Aug 21 '19 by Chris Johnson
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Jason, here is an example of field validation when using a button outside of the RecordEdit form. Component Markup: <aura:component implements="flexipage:availableForAllPageTypes" access="global" > …
answered Sep 11 '19 by Chris Johnson
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You can set the title in the initialization of your controller... e.g. document.title = "Test"
answered Aug 21 '19 by Chris Johnson
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It looks like you're trying to stop the standard submission of the form, and call your method directly from a button click or pressing enter in the input box. Correct? If so, you can stop the form's …
answered Aug 21 '19 by Chris Johnson
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You're going to want to use aura:unescapedHtml and format your message to use HTML tags rather than newline characters. Something along the following lines: <!-- Success Message Start --> <div cl …
answered Sep 18 '19 by Chris Johnson
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I don't believe you've included enough of your code for us to know exactly what's going on. ui:inputRadio must be repeated for each of the options that you are offering the user. Each of them must ha …
answered Aug 21 '19 by Chris Johnson