(LMA) License Management Application – An App provided by the Salesforce ISV team that enables each ISV to control the number of users who have access to their ISV App on a per customer basis. Example: The LMA allows the ISV grant access to 100 users in one Salesforce customer’s Org and 1,000 users in another Salesforce Org.
(LMO) License Management Organization – A Salesforce organization that you use to track users who install your package. A License Management Organization must have the License Management Application installed. It automatically receives notifications when your package is installed or uninstalled so that you can easily notify users of upgrades.
Lightning App Builder – The culmination of all things Lightning. It allows the Admin to pull together all of the pieces into an app with little or no development time, building custom pages for Lightning Experience quickly with point-and-click tools. Admins can install components from the AppExchange, and then drag and drop them onto a Lightning page. The Lightning App Builder also gives Admins ways to configure components as needed.
Lightning Bolt – A framework for deploying communities and portals faster. Now, you can leverage Lightning Components to build Bolt solutions that have deep business logic and workflow built-in, including e-commerce, recommendation engines, case management, and more, all with drag and drop ease.
Lightning Components – Self-contained units of code that are responsive and reusable building blocks for making apps and pages. Lightning Components can be as small as individual widgets or full pages of functionality.
Lightning Console – A reimagined Service Cloud Console that aims to maximize agent productivity and customer experience. It provides agents with a 360 degree view into cases with milestones, entitlements, response time dashboards, and knowledge articles to help resolve cases.
(SLDS) Lightning Design System – Salesforce provided tools to develop UIs that look and operate like the native Salesforce system. It is a CSS framework that is a collection of design patterns, components, and guidelines to reduce development time and help with aesthetic consistency.
Lightning Dialer – An out-of-the-box solution enabling voice calls directly within Sales Cloud. Users can call customers, receive calls, automatically log calls, and take notes all within the platform.
Lightning Enterprise – Deeply customizable CRM edition of the Sales Cloud.
Lightning Essentials – The lowest and smallest edition of Salesforce. Essentials has a limit of up to 5 users.
Lightning Experience – The latest redesign of the Salesforce UI experience that replaces Aloha. It includes new features and enhancements to improve user productivity and navigation.
Lightning LockerService – Enforces security into Single Page Applications built using Lightning components. Locker uses browser CSP (Content Security Policy) to prevent a web page against cross-site scripting (XSS), clickjacking and other code injection attacks resulting from execution of malicious content in the trusted web page context.
Lightning Out – A feature in Lightning where you can take components built inside Salesforce to an external system. Whether you are running a node or a Sharepoint application, you can reuse the components you have built for Community or App Cloud and have it running outside the platform. Render your Lightning Components inside Visualforce pages using Lightning Out technology.
Lightning Process – A rebranding of Process Builder and Flows. The Process Builder is a workflow tool that helps you easily automate your business processes by providing a powerful and user-friendly graphical representation of your process as you build it – all without coding.
Lightning Professional – A complete CRM for any size with limited customization.
Lightning Unlimited – A Fully customizable with unlimited support of Salesforce Lightning.