We released some improvements when importing Salesforce metadata.
We released some improvements when prototyping a list view page.
We revamped the menu to create a new project. Our goal is to make it easier to select the right tool to create the prototype you need. This new menu gives you access to:
We’ve added support for list view pages when working on a Lightning application prototype. Here's the main features
We released some improvements for the Lightning web components deployment process
Prototyping actions on your Lightning application prototype now led to fully-functional simulations (when creating or updating a record). You can focus on creating delightful Salesforce-like user experiences. Testing through simulations will reduce rework and boost user adoption of your final app.
You can now control when a component appears on a page by adding filter conditions and logic to its properties in the right panel. It's similar to the dynamic Lightning Pages on Salesforce.
For example, you can add a filter that causes a specific component on an opportunity page to display when the opportunity’s amount is greater than or equal to $1 million.
To create the best prototyping experience for Salesforce, you can now edit data while in preview mode (or when using the public link). That's perfect to test your prototype and to minic the Salesforce Lightning editing experience.
We redesigned the Pages content menu for Lightning Application prototypes and all the pages tied to an object are grouped together. Pages are now easier to manage and each object will have a default list view page. The ability to customize list view pages is coming very soon.
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