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- Learning modern tools for developing on the Salesforce platform utilizing Visual Studio Code, the Salesforce Extension Pack, and the Salesforce CLI.
- Writing business logic customizations using Apex triggers and classes (customizations will use SOQL and DML).
- Designing programmatic solutions taking advantage of declarative customizations.
- Describing how your trigger code works within the basics of the Save Order of Execution.
- Explaining the fundamental aspects of designing programs on a multi-tenant platform.
- Writing Visualforce markup and code for customizing the user interface.
- Using the built-in testing framework for testing Apex and Visualforce
- Programmatic Developers interested in writing programmatic customizations to business logic and UI layers, utilizing Apex/Visualforce.
- Those aiming for Salesforce's Platform Developer I accreditation.
- Knowledge of core object-oriented programming concepts.
- Experience in building declarative solutions on the Salesforce Platform
Assists with the Following Certification Exams
• Exam: . Salesforce Certified Platform Developer I.
• Skills Tested: Developer Fundamentals, Process Automation and Logic,
User Interface, Testing, Debugging & Deployment.
• Certification: Salesforce Platform Developer I.
• Exam Format: 60 Multiple-choice/Multiple-select Questions & a Pass Score of 68%.
• Duration: 105 Minutes.
Virtual Instructor-led Sessions
- Instructor led Online Training
- Experienced Subject Matter Experts
- Approved and Quality Ensured training Material
- 24*7 learner assistance and support
- Creating Formula Fields.
- Creating Roll-up Summary Fields.
- Understanding Record Types.
- Reviewing Other Automation Tools.
- Building a Data Model on the Salesforce Platform.
- Describing Key Aspects of Apex Differentiating it from other Languages, like Java and C#.
- Explaining Why Apex Transactions and Governor Limits Must be Considered When Writing Apex.
- Executing Simple Apex.
- Using sObject/Primitive Data Types and Basic Control Statements in Apex.
- Writing a Basic Query using Salesforce’s Query Language, SOQL.
- Processing the Result of a Query in Apex.
- Creating a Query Dynamically at Run-time.
- Using SOQL to Query Parent-child Relationships.
- Describing a Relationship Query.
- Writing a Query that Traverses a Child-to-parent Relationship.
- Writing a Query that Traverses a Parent-to-child Relationship.
- Using SOSL to Search Data.
- Listing the Differences between the Ways you can Invoke DML Operations.
- Writing Apex to Invoke DML Operations and Handle DML Errors.
- Defining Deployment.
- Deploying Code using Change Sets.
- Using the Ant Migration Tool.
- Reviewing Managed/Unmanaged Packages.
- Exploring Salesforce DX.
- Explaining the Trigger Usage.
- Describing the Syntax of a Trigger Definition.
- Using Trigger Context Variables.
- Describing How Apex Classes are Used.
- Defining an Apex Class.
- Determining What Data an Apex Class can Access.
- Explaining the Key Points in the Order of Execution.
- Describing How Triggers Fit into and can be Impacted by the Order of Execution.
- The Lifecycle of an Apex Transaction and Memory Lifecycle for Static Attributes.
- Using Platform Events for Immediate Error Logging.
- Describing the Apex Testing Framework.
- Creating Test Data.
- Writing/Running an Apex Test.
- Testing Best Practices.
- Explaining Best Practices for Writing an Easy to Maintain/Extend Code.
- Writing Triggers/Classes Assuming Batches of Data as Input.
- Writing a Code Working Efficiently with the Database in Querying and using DML.
- Listing the Declarative Mechanisms to Implement Complex Business Logic, Mentioning the Types of Problems they’re Best used for, and their Limitations.
- Explaining How you can use Declarative Functionality to Improve Programmatic Solutions.
- Creating a Visualforce Page.
- Referencing a Standard Controller.
- Launching a Visualforce Page using a Custom Button.
- Displaying Data from a Record in a Visualforce Page.
- Referencing Custom Controllers and Controller Extensions.
- Working with List Controllers.
- Describing Common Limit Issues and Security Concerns.
- Explaining Strategies for Testing Visualforce Controllers.
- Writing Tests for Controller Constructors, Action Methods, Getters, Setters, and Properties.
- Creating/Surfacing Aura and Lightning Web Components.
Discussing promising ideas for new features, thinking them through, sketching them out, starting coding for implementing the feature, deploying it in a test environment, testing it, and noting the challenges to address or enhancements to incorporate.
Salesforce Developers use their programmatic and declarative skills to extend/customize your applications on the Lightning platform. They excel at cracking codes on tricky challenges and help you automate repetitive tasks.
Salesforce Developer job opportunities have witnessed more than 200% annual growth relative to the developer market in the last 5 years.
The figures could vary depending on the country of work; however, the US average salaries are generally around the $108,000 mark.
No, please note that the DEX450 course is not attached to a certification exam. Instead, it should merely act as a learning experience improving your basics for securing the Salesforce Developer 1 accreditation.
Process Automation and Logic (30%).
No, you may schedule it onsite at a test-centre as well.
Besides being a globally-respected Individual/Corporate IT training organization, Vinsys is also admired as the top Salesforce learning provider. Its unmatchable offerings, accredited instructors, customizable skilling programs and round-the-clock support ensure the most detailed upskilling experiences, a must for capitalizing on valuable programmatic customization opportunities.