1 of 5. What are two considerations when overriding standard actions?
Choose 2 answers
A. Overriding standard actions with a Lightning component applies only to Lightning Experience and Salesforce1, but not to Salesforce Classic.
B. Overriding standard actions with a Visualforce page applies only to Salesforce Classic and Lightning Experience, but not to Salesforce1.
C. Overriding standard actions with a Visualforce page applies to Salesforce Classic, Lightning Experience, and Salesforce1.
D. Overriding standard actions with a Lightning component applies to Lightning Experience, Salesforce1, and Salesforce Classic.
2 of 5. How can a validity check be performed on a component?
A. cmp.get() != null
B. cmp.get() == true
C. cmp.get(“v.isValid”) != null
D. cmp.get(“v.isValid”) == true
3 of 5. Which standard actions can be overridden with Lightning Components?
A. Tab, View, Edit, New
B. View, Edit, New, Delete
C. List, Edit, New, Delete
D. List, View, Edit, New
4 of 5. What is a consideration for Locker Service Enablement?
A. Locker service is enabled for all custom Lightning Components with API version 40.0 or greater.
B. Locker service is disabled for all custom Lightning Components, regardless of the API version.
C. Locker service is disabled for custom Lightning Components implementing the interface force:ignoreLockerService.
D. Locker service is enabled for custom Lightning Components implementing the interface force:enforceLockerService.
5 of 5. How do the CSS enhancements to the Lightning Design System improve the developer experience?
A. Single dashes are used in class names to enable commenting.
B. Uppercase is used to distinguish from custom class names.
C. Class names are available in upper and lower case.
D. Class names are abbreviated to reduce code length.