Salesforce Programmatic Development Using Apex and Visualforce in Lightning Experience Course
This course focuses on teaching you how to program in Apex and use Visualforce markup to customize your Force.com applications. As you build data objects, retrieve, manipulate, and store their data programmatically, you will gain hands-on experience.
Custom logic is written using Apex triggers and classes, and the logic is tested using the built-in testing framework. During this module, you will learn the nuances of working on a multi-tenant platform as well as how Apex code interacts with declarative customizations. Afterward, you’ll examine common methods for designing Apex solutions.
Who is this course for?
This course is designed for programmatic developers who are new to the Force.com platform, who need to be able to write programmatic customizations to both the business logic and user interface layers using Apex and Visualforce.
Skills You Will Gain
The following competencies will be acquired by the end of this course:
- Declarative interface for creating and modifying objects.
- Customize Apex triggers and classes to implement business logic.
- Describe how your trigger code responds to the saved order of execution.
- Give some basic guidelines for designing multi-tenant applications.
- Create Visualforce markup and code to customize the user interface.
- Test Apex and Visualforce using the in-built testing framework.
- One year of Java (or another object-oriented programming language) Design and modeling of relational databases
- A brief introduction to SQL
M2 Objects and Fields
M3 Work Effectively with Custom Objects and Fields
M4 Programming with Apex
M5 Use SOQL to Query Your Org’s Data.
M6 Use SOQL to Query Parent-Child Relationships
M7 DML Essentials
M8 Trigger Essentials
M10 The Save Order of Execution and Apex Transactions
M11 Testing Essentials
M12 Testing Strategies
M14 Trigger Design Strategies
M15 Creating Visualforce Pages
M16 Exploring the View and Controller Layers of Visualforce
M17 Working with Custom Controllers and Controller Extensions
M18 Working with List Controllers and SOSL Queries
M19 Visualforce Development Considerations
M20 Testing Visualforce Controllers
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