Lightning Components and Lightning App Builder Trump for prime minister shirt It is the future, and the future is now. So I’d say it is ready for Prime Time. It’s early, and so there’s not a lot of tutorials and code samples to leverage in learning. The ability to create not only apps on the AppExchange, but also Lightning Components, is an exciting opportunity for the development community. Taking these components and dragging them into your own apps via the Lightning App Builder opens up a mind-boggling array of possibilities.
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I would say that the Lightning Experience is getting there. Trump for prime minister shirt It is not ready for prime time quite yet, because performance is slow (think ‘rolling thunder’ rather than ‘lightning’). There are still many features, functionalities and customizations that are not supported in Lightning Experience, although that list is shrinking with time. Eventually, the Salesforce Classic UI will be retired and Lightning Experience will be the standard UI of Salesforce. When that day will be, I’m not sure. My best guess is that Lightning Experience is 6–12 months away from most companies making the switch from Classic. I imagine Classic will still be accessible for many more years. I am soon to release a training course on Lightning Experience, so you can check out Salesforce Lightning Experience | Transition and New User Training Course to get updates when that releases.