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Reusable LWCs to 10x your solution building speed. Design interactive, data-dense UIs with LWC + Screen Flows.

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LWC Utils

Reusable LWCs to 10x your solution building speed.

  • messageService
    : Lightning Message Service (LMS) simplified component messaging.
  • SOQL Datatable
    : Leverage SOQL to power your list views, related lists, and even Screen Flows.
  • Collection Datatable
    : Manage Record Collections variables in Screen Flows.
  • Design patterns leveraging both Aura and LWC to dynamically create dialogs (modals) for better UX.
  • Launch Screen Flows dynamically inside a dialog (modal) from anywhere.


This repo showcases the best defaults for creating rich, interactive, data-dense UIs using the following centerpieces: -

from LWC. -
from Aura. -
from Aura. -
which abstracts Lightning Message Service to stitch it all-together.

Salesforce has invested heavily into

Screen Flow
and has given Architect Guidance around how to build scalable and flexible solutions now and into the future.

This repo builds on that guidance and pushes data-dense UI design to the next level with highly reusable, highly configurable components. These components have saved me thousands of developer hours and allowed me to pivot on a dime to meet the changing speed of business.

I hope they will help you do the same.


The components found in this repo aim to solve these high level problems:

  • Complex component communication can be difficult to design with consistency.
  • Datatables are useful but high effort to use.
  • Modals / Dialogs are useful but high effort to use.

More detailed info can be found in the wiki.

Getting Started

1) Take a look at the component overview.

2) Install core.

3) For first time users, install recipes in a scratch org.

4) Read the Configuration.

5) Skim the FAQ.

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