Vlocity’s Matt Goldspink Shows Users How to Add Dash DocSet to Their Lightning Environment

How to Add Dash DocSet to Lightning Environment

Welcome Back to Matt Goldspink’s Continuing Blog Series “Learning How to Write Professional, Robust and Beautiful Lightning Components for Salesforce.”

Matt, one of Vlocity’s lead engineers on the UI Engineering team, designs elegant user interfaces with Salesforce’s Lightning Experience.

The key focus of his blog is about targeting JavaScript developers and individuals looking to explore the Lightning Component Framework and optimizing their Salesforce performance with pre-built components.

The latest installment of Matt’s blog series “Lightning Dash DocSet!” explains how to establish a home for developer docs in Salesforce Lightning using Dash—something that didn’t exist until Matt harnessed his expertise to create it. Good work Matt! By integrating Dash Docs, developers can now get instant offline access to 150+ API documentation sets on their Mac or iOS. You’ll get the built-in components, interfaces, events and guide’s from the official Lightning docs.

Discover more about Salesforce Lightning and as well as the full range of cloud-based industry embedded software applications from Vlocity at this year’s Dreamforce event. Don’t miss this opportunity to network with the best and the brightest, catch demos and sessions, and learn about the Industry Cloud and how it’s transforming the customer experience.

Matt Goldspink

Lead Engineer, Vlocity Engineering

Matt is a Lead Engineer in Vlocity’s UI Engineering team, focused on developing beautiful user interfaces using Salesforce’s Lightning technology. Prior to Vlocity, Matt was a software trainer, teaching software development at multiple Fortune 500 companies. He also worked at Causata (now part of NiCE) and Morgan Stanley, where he led the development of their mobile platform.

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