Building Applications with Force.com and Visualforce (DEV401)
This hands-on course covers the object model and how to configure applications with metadata—the fundamentals of creating Force.com applications. You’ll learn how to build a sophisticated application from start to finish, including how to design applications for the cloud, create custom objects, use workflow and rules to automate processes, and build the user interface. Together with the online course, Analytics as a Service, this course prepares you to take the Salesforce.com Certified Force.com Developer exam-all course participants receive an exam voucher.
Ready to apply your programming skills to Force.com? Designed for experienced developers, you get a deep dive into the Force.com programming languages and the cloud-based development environment. You’ll explore how to develop custom interfaces and write business logic and interactions. You’ll find out how to manage your projects in the cloud, using team development and debugging best practices. And you’ll learn to use platform’s deployment capabilities.Course participants also get access to the online courses Visualforce Pages and
Managing Development with Force.com to complete before attending Apex and Visualforce Controllers. Together, these courses prepare you to take Salesforce.com Certified Force.com Advanced Developer exam—all course participants receive an exam voucher.
Prerequisite: Salesforce.com Certified Force.com Developer credential or completion of Building Applications with Force.com and Visualforce.
Learn to design and build all types of integrations with the Force.com platform. The first day introduces the major integration methods and demonstrates techniques for using those methods. In the remaining days, you’ll explore the specifics of the major technologies that play a role in integration, including the Force.com Web services API, sites, and portals.
Note: To get the most from this course, you should be comfortable writing object-oriented code.
If you’re new to programming, this course introduces you to object-oriented programming with Force.com code. You’ll learn the basics of creating classes and triggers, as well as the best practices and methodology concepts you’ll need to build Force.com applications. When you complete this class, you’ll know how to approach your first programming assignment, write basic Force.com code to build applications, and work with the Force.com tool set.