#1MinuteTip #TDX23 Announced in TrailblazerDX, Reactive Components are coming soon to Screen Flows. Reactive Components simply means that as you provide your input in the various components of the form, the other components will react and reflect changes immediately and dynamically.
A simple example is, say that you have built a form to show the monthly payment for a loan with three input fields – loan amount, rate of interest and the loan tenure. As you input or change the values in the fields, the monthly payment amount will change immediately.
Here is a video (19+ minutes) on Salesforce+ showing you the demo of the reactive components in screen flows. Jump to 5 minutes on the timeline to dive straight into the demo.
And here is the roadmap of reactive components in screen flows.
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