The older version of mobile app does not show any lightning component that are placed in home page and record page but shows for application pages whereas the newer version of mobile app which has been introduced as part of spring 20 release, All the components that are placed on lightning page will be available in mobile as well.
You can check this ...
Starting Winter '20 release, WorkDotComSettings are supported both in the Metadata API and in the Scratch Org source tracking. You can see it in the Metadata Coverage Report.
The documentation for WorkDotComSettings is here.
You can either deploy the metadata settings via the Metadata API, or add the same settings in the scratch definition file:
Shortly(Dev preview feb 2020) we will get Evergreen function that will allow you to write nodejs and Java code in Salesforce org.
Given that Salesforce has acquired Heroku few years back, there is a strong possibility that you might get Python. Safe harbor ofc.
You cannot use other programming languages for backend development but have in mind that within Salesforce you can use a great number of APIs, from which the most popular ones for developing custom applications are REST API and SOAP API. For mobile development you can use Mobile SDK.
The "Upload File" LWC component takes care of it in Salesforce One (mobile version).
If this is used while building the Flow, then in mobile version it will take care of it AUTOMATICALLY.but please test it in mobile version as well.
If user has replied to your email, then only you need to send email. So,
Create a flag on Case object 'Is Email Received for this Case?'. Make this flag to true, when you received an email regarding this case.
In workflow, add condition to send mail. i.e if flag is true then only send the email.
The concept of the apps is bit different on salesforce1 as compared to salesforce classic.
Basically on salesforce1 you can add tabs and that tab will have the visualforce page which will be salesforce1 enabled.
Through different tabs you can view your app and VF pages.
If you want to see an “app” in mobile you will need to add it into Navigation Menu. Go ...
There is Scrolling attribute in Iframe
Below is syntax -
The scrolling attribute is not supported in HTML5. Use CSS instead.
Below is Css code -
border: 1px solid black;
Here is my Playground Link