This course is designed for Salesforce administrators who would like to learn the basics of implementing business logic using Apex, the primary programming language of the Salesforce platform. First,you’ll learn how to read Apex code and then you’ll gradually increase your programming skills from writing single debugging statements to programming multiple, multi-line blocks of code.
Describe use cases for Apex.
Write, test, and migrate applications containing debugging statements,
Apex classes, Apex triggers, and SOQL queries.
Create, read, update, and delete data using Apex DML.
Describe how governor limits manage shared resources and impact Apex
Who Can Benefit
Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming using Apex is designed for people who are familiar with the Salesforce application user interface and customizing applications using the Setup menu. It is meant to provide an understanding of object-oriented programming in the context of Apex and the Salesforce platform. No prior programming experience required.
Course participants should be familiar with the Salesforce User Interface.
Introduction to Apex
Overview, include Apex usage scenarios, the development lifecycle, and execution methods
An introduction to object-oriented programming, classes, and objects
Apex Building Blocks
Classes, variables and methods, and data objects
Data objects and relationships between objects
Apex variables, data types, and expressions
Best practices for formatting, commenting, and naming conventions
Apex Class Construction
Classes and objects, including passing and returning variables, encapsulation, conditions and logic flow control, loops, and exception handling
Introduction to Apex triggers, including when to use a trigger, order of execution, creation and development considerations, and governors and limitations
Retrieving and Manipulating Application Data
Retrieve application data using queries, written in SOQL or SOSL
Insert, update, merge, and delete records using Apex data manipulation language (DML)
Testing, Debugging, and Application Lifecycle
Debugging scenarios, methods, and tools
Test classes, unit testing, testing requirements and strategies, and considerations and best practices
Deployment checklist, preparation steps, and tools
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