Salesforce Apex & Visualforce Controllers Training

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Salesforce Apex & Visualforce Controllers training builds a power developer in you who can create Salesforce applications using Apex code toolset and the Visualforce framework. This Salesforce development training course will impart the knowledge and skills to build the applications; test and deploy Apex code. Participants will practice the capabilities of Apex Web services and callouts. The salesforce advance developer training covers how to test, debug, and deploy Visualforce Controllers.

Upon the completion of the training, you will develop the following skillset:

  • Understand the features,functionality, use cases, data types, and syntax of Apex
  • Develop custom Force.com code (Apex)
  • Write Salesforce Object Query Language (SOQL) queries
  • Use Apex to send and receive email.
  • Use Visualforce framework, to bind data and actions on a page to a controller
  • Maintain the security implications in custom and standard controllers
  • Create wizards using custom controllers to maintain a unified view state
Target audience
  • Salesforce developers
  • Application developers
  • Programmers
  • Professionals willing to expertise Force.com platform for developing Salesforce applications using Apex
Prerequisites
  • Successful completion of Building Applications with Force.com and Visualforce (DEV401)
  • Experience in developing Salesforce applications with Force.com and Visulaforce

Apex & Visualforce Controllers (DEV501)

1. Force.com Code (Apex)

  • Describe the features, functionality, and use cases of Apex
  • Describe the data types and syntax of Apex
  • Describe how multi-tenancy affects Apex
  • Write queries and complex joins using SOQL
  • Write text –based searches using SOSL
  • Manipulate data using Apex DML
  • Write Apex triggers to automate code
  • Describe the testing requirements of the Force.com platform
  • Write Apex tests
  • Create Apex webservices using REST and SOAP
  • Create callouts to external web services
  • Send and receive email from Apex
  • Write asynchronous Apex (batch, @future, and scheduled)
  • Describe the capabilities of custom settings

2. Visualforce Controllers

  • Understand the Visualforce framework, including its advantages and capabilities
  • Use expressions to bind data and actions on a page to a controller
  • Understand the concepts behind controllers, including their functionality and capabilities
  • Create custom controllers and standard controller extensions to incorporate new data and actions into a page
  • Understand the security implications of using custom vs. standard controllers
  • Implement wizards using custom controllers to handle the state and operations
  • Create custom components that use custom controllers
  • Test, debug, and deploy controllers

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