Salesforce Developer Trainers

Salesforce Developer

Course Overview:

This Salesforce training course will equip you with all necessary skills to pursue a successful career with Salesforce CRM domain. You will be trained for the App Builder and Developer certifications. This course is meant for Salesforce Administration, App Builder and Platform Developer I, and it also includes advanced components of Salesforce. Some of the topics you will learn are CRM overview, data management, Salesforce automation, security, application design, working with dashboard and report creation.

Course Content:


♦ What is Cloud Computing?

♦ What is Platform?

♦ Different Editions of

♦ Signup for Account

♦ Multi-tenant environment

♦ MVC pattern

Data Modeling and Management

♦ Creating new application

♦ Creating Custom objects, history objects, Chatter object, metadata, external IDs

♦ Custom settings

♦ Creating Tabs – Custom Tabs, Web tabs

♦ Objects, multi-currency, multi-language

♦ Understanding & Creating different data types

♦ Understanding & Creating different types of relationship

♦ Master-Detail Relationship

♦ Lookup Relationship

♦ Picklists (Normal Picklists, Dependent Picklists, Multi-Select Picklists)

♦ Creating Page Layouts

♦ Schema Builder

♦ Importing and exporting data

Organization Setup

♦ Company profile info

User Setup

♦ Identify the steps to set up / maintain a user

♦ User access


♦ Creating Users

♦ Understanding, Creating & Using Roles

♦ Understanding, Creating & Using Profiles

♦ Understanding Public Groups

♦ Restricting Access based on IP & Login Hours

♦ Managing Company Information

♦ Sharing Records

♦ Sharing via Apex

♦ Auditing &Monitoring

♦ Describe the capabilities of territory management and the implications to the sharing model

Business Logic and Process Automation

♦ Record types

♦ Formula fields

♦ Roll-up summary fields

♦ Validation rules

♦ Approval processes

♦ Workflow, visual workflow


♦ Understand Reporting on Platform

♦ Creating Reports (Standard, Summary, Matrix)

♦ Understanding Dashboards

♦ Creating a Dashboard Component

App Deployment

♦ Lifecycle

♦ Sandboxes

♦ Changesets

♦ Packages

Desktop and Mobile Administration

♦ Salesforce1 mobile application user interface

♦ Synchronization options of Salesforce for Outlook


♦ Features of Chatter

Sales Cloud Applications

♦ Salesforce sales process

♦ Products and price books

♦ Lead management

♦ Campaign management

Service Cloud Applications

♦ Case management

♦ Solution management

♦ Communities

♦ Salesforce Knowledge

Content and Folder Management

♦ Features of Content

♦ Organize folders

Activity Management

♦ Activity management

Salesforce DeveloperApex

Apex Fundamentals

♦ What is Apex

♦ When should I use Apex

♦ What are the Limitations of Apex

Apex Development Process

♦ Writing Apex

♦ Writing Tests

♦ Deploying Apex

♦ Apex Development Tools

Getting Started with Apex

♦ Creating a custom Object

♦ Adding an Apex Class

♦ Adding an Apex Trigger

♦ Adding a Test Class

♦ Deployment

Data Types

♦ Primitive Data Types

♦ Subject Types

Collections (Lists, Sets, Maps)

♦ Variables

♦ Expressions

♦ Assignments

♦ Conditional Statements (IF-ELSE)

♦ Loops (Do-While, While, For - Traditional, Iteration, SOQL)

♦ Exceptions

Classes, Interface & Properties

♦ Defining Apex Classes

♦ Declaring Class Variables

♦ Defining Class Methods

♦ Using Constructors

♦ Access Modifiers

♦ Static & Instance methods and classes

♦ Interfaces and extending classes

♦ Enforcing object and field permissions

♦ Exception Handling

Data Manipulation using Apex

♦ Querying using SOQL & SOSL

♦ DML Statements (Insert, Update, Upsert, Merge, Delete, Restore)

♦ Database DML Methods

♦ DML Exceptions and Error Handling

♦ Locking


♦ Trigger Syntax

♦ Trigger Context Variables

♦ Bulk Triggers

♦ Trigger Exceptions

Testing Apex

♦ Why

♦ What

♦ How

♦ Running Test Methods

Deploying Apex

♦ Using Change Sets

♦ Using IDE

♦ Using Migration Tool

Projects- Integration

♦ SOAP and REST web services


Visualforce Fundamentals

♦ What is Visualforce

♦ Visualforce Architecture

♦ When to use Visualforce

♦ Benefits of Visualforce

♦ Tools for Visualforce Development

Getting Started with Visualforce

♦ Creating your first page

♦ Adding fields to a Visualforce page (for displaying, accepting input, changing field labels, dependent picklists)

♦ Using the Visualforce Component Library

♦ Overriding an existing page with a Visualforce page

♦ Displaying Related List on a Visualforce Page

♦ Displaying Table of Data on a page

♦ Using Query String Parameters

♦ Rendering a page as a PDF

♦ Global variables, formulas, functions (Date and Time, Logical, Math, Text etc. and expression operators (Math, Logical, Text)

Creating re-usable components

♦ Creating and using custom components

♦ Templating with Visualforce

Styling Visualforce Pages

♦ Using Salesforce Styles

♦ Extending Salesforce Styles

♦ Using Custom Styles

♦ Using Static Resources

Standard Controllers

♦ Using Standard Controllers

♦ Accessing Data through Standard Controllers

♦ Using Standard Controller Actions

♦ Validation Rules and Standard Controllers

♦ Checking Object Accessibility

Standard List Controllers

♦ Associating with a Visualforce Page

♦ Accessing Data

♦ Using Actions

♦ Pagination

♦ Using List Views

♦ Editing Records

Custom Controllers & Controller Extensions

♦ Building a custom controller and controller extension

♦ Building custom list controller

♦ Defining Controller Methods (Action, Getter, Setter, Navigation)

♦ Validation rules and custom controllers

♦ Using transient keyword

♦ Mass updating records with a custom list controller

♦ Considerations for creating custom controllers and extensions

♦ Apex Classes used in Visualforce Controllers

♦ Testing custom controllers and controller extensions

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