Salesforce's next big bet is making apps run 'Lightning'-fast
Salesforce Lightning isn't new: It introduced the concept at last year's installment of the Dreamforce event with "Lightning Components," a set of pre-made components to help developers rapidly and easily build new apps that integrate customers' existing Salesforce data.
Since then, Salesforce upped the ante with the announcement of the Lightning Experience, a totally new interface for its flagship CRM product that finally makes it look like something developed this decade.It also released the Lightning Design System, a set of standards and tools for developers to help them bring their new and existing apps right into line with Salesforce's new look.And now that it's had a year since the last Dreamforce to mature, Salesforce thinks it's ready for prime time: The show floor is littered with Salesforce vendors touting signs that boast that they've updated their apps' interface to be "Lightning Ready."
In short, Salesforce wants to make it easier than ever to build good-looking, responsive apps on top of its platform - lightning fast.
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