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Salesforce Certification Training For ADM 201, DEV 401, Advanced DEV 501

  • 45 Hours

IgmGuru's Salesforce Combo training is designed according to Salesforce ADM201, DEV401 & DEV501 certification exam to make sure that candidate passes the exam in the first attempt. IgmGuru's Salesforce certification master program will let you gain complete proficiency in Salesforce. This training course helps you learn Salesforce App Builder, administration, advanced developer, application design, security, automation, dashboard, report.

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  • Instructor Led Training : 45 Hrs
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  • 90 days of access to 12+ instructor-led online training classes
  • 180 days of access to high-quality,self-paced learning content designed by experts
  • $461.16

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Overview

IgmGuru's Salesforce Combo training Course can equip you with all the required skills to pursue a self-made career with Salesforce CRM domain. you'll be trained for the App Builder and Developer Certification. This course is supposed for Salesforce 201, 401, and 501, and additionally includes advanced elements of Salesforce. a number of the topics you'll learn are CRM summary, knowledge management, Salesforce automation, security, application style, operating with dashboard and report creation.

What Skills will you learn?

After completing this course, you will be able to learn the following:

  • Introduction to Salesforce CRM tool
  • Learning of Salesforce Editions and options
  • Understanding Project Life Cycle
  • Learn about advancement and Fields creation
  • Validation Rule for Stock convenience
  • Creating New User and active inactive freeze
  • Login access to system admin
  • Learn about Organization-Wide Defaults
  • Learn ways that to do debugging, knowledge validation and security

Who Should Opt for this course?

This course is beneficial for the following individuals:

  • System Administrators
  • Software Developers
  • Architects and Security Analysts
  • Those aspiring for a Salesforce career

What are the Prerequisites?

There are no such prerequisites to join this course. Anyone who is looking for his/her future in Salesforce can opt for this training.

Modules

Lesson 1 - Salesforce Fundamentals

  • 1.1 Introduction to CRM concepts and Cloud computing
  • 1.2 Salesforce.com Overview and Fundamentals
  • 1.3 Understanding Salesforce Platform
  • 1.4 Understanding Salesforce Terminologies and Introducing the force.com platform
  • 1.5 Multitenancy and Cloud
  • 1.6 Understanding Salesforce Metadata and API
  • 1.7 Understanding Salesforce Architecture
  • 1.8 Describe the capabilities of the core CRM objects in the Salesforce schema
  • 1.9 Identify the boundaries of declarative customization and the use cases for programmatic customization
  • 1.10 Identify common scenarios for extending an org using the AppExchange
  • 1.11 Declarative vs. Programmatic Changes and Customizations

Lesson 2 - Data Modeling and Management

  • 2.1 Determine the appropriate data model
  • 2.2 Describe the capabilities of the various relationship types and the implications of each on record access, user interface, and reporting
  • 2.3 Identify the considerations when changing a field’s type
  • 2.4 Given a set of requirements, identify the considerations and select the appropriate field type
  • 2.5 Describe the capabilities and considerations of the schema builder
  • 2.6 Describe the options and considerations when importing and exporting data
  • 2.7 Describe the capabilities of and use cases for external objects
  • 2.8 Understanding Salesforce Trust, Data Model, Fields, Relationship Fields, Junction Object, Schema Builder, Business Logic, Data Management in Salesforce, Data Import Wizard vs. Data Loader, Exporting Data, Apex Class Variables and Methods, Access Modifiers

Lesson 3 - Securing and Sharing data

  • 3.1 Describe the features and capabilities available to restrict and extend object, record, and field access
  • 3.2 Given a set of business requirements, determine the appropriate sharing solution
  • 3.3 Application Development Tools in Salesforce
  • 3.4 AppExchange as Application Development Strategy
  • 3.5 Finding and Navigating Salesforce Documentation

Lesson 4 - Business Logic and Process Automation

  • 4.1 Describe the capabilities of and use cases for record types
  • 4.2 Describe the capabilities of and use cases for formula fields
  • 4.3 Describe the capabilities of, use cases for, and implications of roll-up summary fields
  • 4.4 Describe the capabilities of and use cases for validation rules
  • 4.5 Describe the capabilities of and use cases for approval processes
  • 4.6 Describe the capabilities of and use cases for workflow, visual workflow
  • 4.7 Lightning Process Builder

Lesson 5 - Collaborating with chatter

  • 5.1 Chatter features and use case

Lesson 6 - Analyzing Data with Reports and Dashboards

  • 6.1 Determine the features and capabilities available when creating reports, report types, and dashboards.

Lesson 7 - Salesforce Development

  • 7.1 Describe the considerations when developing in a multi-tenant environment
  • 7.2 Describe how the Salesforce platform features map to the MVC pattern
  • 7.3 Inheritance, Sharing, Interface, System Classes and Methods, Standard Object and Field API Names, Relationships in Apex, Basic Syntax of SOQL, SOQL Functions, SOQL Variable Binding, SOQL “for” Loops, SOQL Keywords, Relationship Queries, Salesforce Obj

Lesson 8 - Introduction to Apex Code

  • 8.1 Language Constructs
  • 8.2 Describe how to declare variables and constants in Apex and how to assign values using expressions
  • 8.3 Collections overview(Lists, Sets and Maps), Invoking Apex, Classes, Objects and Interfaces
  • 8.4 Describe how to use and apply Apex control flow statements
  • 8.5 Describe how to use basic SOSL, SOQL, and DML statements
  • 8.6 Apex Design Patterns , Dynamic Apex, Batch Apex, Debugging Apex
  • 8.7 Anonymous Scripts
  • 8.8 Management of Debug Logs
  • 8.9 Force.com IDE, Dev Console, Workbench, Data Manipulation Language (DML), SaveResult Class, Transaction Control, Database, DML Options, DML and Loops, SOQL, DML, and Governor Limits
  • 8.10 Apex Triggers, Triggers and Their Execution Order, Creating and Viewing Triggers, Trigger Context Variables, Understanding Trigger Events, Trigger Helper Class Pattern, Bulkified Triggers, Handling Recursion in Triggers, Restrict Save Operations with addE
  • 8.11 Exceptions, Exception Statements, System-Defined Exception, Exception Methods, Catching Different Exception Types, Custom or User-Defined Exception Handling

Lesson 9 - Apex Triggers

  • 9.1 Governor limits
  • 9.2 Testing Apex
  • 9.3 Utilization of Start/Stop
  • 9.4 Testing Framework
  • 9.5 Bulkified Code
  • 9.6 Creation/Loading of test data
  • 9.7 Testing for profile security using system.runAs

Lesson 10 - Visualforce

  • 10.1 Using javascript/HTML/CSS
  • 10.2 Describe how to write Visualforce controllers
  • 10.3 Describe when and how to use standard Visualforce controllers vs. Apex custom controllers and controller extensions
  • 10.4 Visualforce Page
  • 10.5 Understanding the MVC Pattern
  • 10.6 How Visualforce is Architected
  • 10.7 Tools for Visualforce Development
  • 10.8 Visualforce Tags and its Syntax
  • 10.9 Types of Binding
  • 10.10 Using Static Resources with Visualforce
  • 10.11 What is a Visualforce Controller?, Standard Controllers, Standard List Controllers, Custom Controllers, Custom List Controller, Controller Extensions, Controller Methods, Order of Execution
  • 10.12 Overview of Salesforce Lightning
  • 10.13 Lightning Component Framework Structure
  • 10.14 Benefits of Using Lightning Component Framework

Lesson 11 - MVC Architecture of Salesforce

  • 11.1 Introduction to Salesforce
  • 11.2 understanding the MVC Architecture
  • 11.3 overview of Salesforce 501
  • 11.4 The Visualforce MVC Model
  • 11.5 Defining Collections, Sets, declaring a Set and using in Operation
  • 11.6 List method in Salesforce and understanding Map

Lesson 12 - Introduction to JavaScript

  • 12.1 Using JavaScript in Visualforce pages
  • 12.2 Deploying Salesforce Object Query Language
  • 12.3 Using Query Editor for editing queries
  • 12.4 Working with Iterators on multiple objects
  • 12.5 Generating a Query

Lesson 13 - Salesforce Apex Data

  • 13.1 Understanding the Salesforce Apex language
  • 13.2 Apex Data Types
  • 13.3 introduction to Apex Triggers, importance of Triggers, Trigger – before and after use cases, types of Triggers, the Trigger operations, understanding the Trigger context, writing Triggers, generating error messages, old and new Trigger

Lesson 14 - Triggers Overview

  • 14.1 The various scenarios in which Triggers can be fired
  • 14.2 Understanding Insert Trigger, Update Trigger
  • 14.3 Working with After Update & After Insert Trigger
  • 14.4 Relationship between Accounts
  • 14.5 Contacts & Opportunities in Salesforce
  • 14.6 Updating account records
  • 14.7 Mapping account IDs
  • 14.8 Comparing Trigger.newmap and Trigger.oldmap

Lesson 15 - Introduction to Wrapper Classes

  • 15.1 Properties of Wrapper Classes
  • 15.2 The test classes in Salesforce
  • 15.3 Executing Apex Class
  • 15.4 Understanding Salesforce Wrapper Classes
  • 15.5 various Class methods and data structures

Lesson 16 - Understanding Developer Console

  • 16.1 Introduction to Salesforce Developer Console
  • 16.2 IDE for creating
  • 16.3 Testing and debugging applications
  • 16.4 Checking and executing Salesforce Test Classes
  • 16.5 Making changes in Classes

Lesson 17 - Apex Scheduling

  • 17.1 Scheduling Apex Classes using Apex Scheduler
  • 17.2 Writing Apex Classes that implement Scheduleable Interface
  • 17.3 Monitoring and stopping execution of Scheduled Apex Job
  • 17.4 Understanding the concept of Visualforce Pages

Lesson 18 - Standard/Custom Controller

  • 18.1 Understanding of Standard and Custom Controllers in Salesforce
  • 18.2 The concepts and differences between the two
  • 18.3 Working with Standard Controller
  • 18.4 Validation rules and controller actions
  • 18.5 Building a Custom Controller
  • 18.6 Designing a new Visualforce Page and Account
  • 18.7 HTML Tags in Salesforce, learning Apex programming
  • 18.8 HTML Tags in Salesforce, learning Apex programming

Lesson 19 - Understanding Standard Controller

  • 19.1 Working with Eclipse platform and Plugin
  • 19.2 Scheduling a custom-level class
  • 19.3 Deep dive into Standard Controllers
  • 19.4 Learning about Salesforce Objects – Standard and Custom Objects
  • 19.5 Creation of new Apex Page in accounts using programming
  • 19.6 Extending the controllers
  • 19.7 Understanding Debug and Apex Debug Log
  • 19.8 The Apex:param Tag
  • 19.9 Output Link and Apex:command Link
  • 19.10 Defining the Rendered Function

Lesson 20 - Exception Handling in Apex

  • 20.1 Understanding how to handle error exceptions in coding
  • 20.2 Working with Standard & Custom Objects
  • 20.3 Setting up Master-Detail relationship
  • 20.4 Designing Custom Controller with coding
  • 20.5 Creating Wrappers
  • 20.6 Statement updating
  • 20.7 Understanding the Try and Catch function for exception handling in Apex

Lesson 21 - Introduction to Ajax Components

  • 21.1 Understanding the Ajax components
  • 21.2 The various options in Visualforce Pages
  • 21.3 Inline Visualforce page
  • 21.4 Inserting buttons and links
  • 21.5 Deploying Custom Label for alert messages
  • 21.6 Introduction to Triggers, custom fields and custom settings, data access from internal & external memory, coding best practices, understanding Declaration & Initialization, understanding Nullified Triggers, Apex Transactions

Lesson 22 - Usage of Batch Apex

  • 22.1 Introduction to Salesforce Batch Apex concept
  • 22.2 Defining the Batch Apex
  • 22.3 Command Button and Apex Output Link
  • 22.4 The significance of Batch Apex for working with large number of records
  • 22.5 Understanding Dynamic Query and Query Locator
  • 22.6 Understanding the Synchronous and Asynchronous transactions, Style Tag, deploying JavaScript in Visualforce Page, value passing from one Visualforce Page to another

Lesson 23 - Salesforce1 Lightning Process Builder

  • 23.1 Introduction to Salesforce1, action layouts for Salesforce1
  • 23.2 Lightning Process Builder
  • 23.3 Creating process using visual layout
  • 23.4 Create whole process rather than using multiple workflow rules
  • 23.5 process for working together in one UI for different users

Lesson 24 - Salesforce Account Sign-up

  • 24.1 Two types of free accounts, lifetime free developer account, 30 days trial production account
  • 24.2 understanding how to sign up for the lifetime free developer account

Lesson 25 - Salesforce domain Sign-up

  • 25.1 Creation of custom domain in Salesforce
  • 25.2 defining of custom domain name for the organization at https://.lightning.force.com
  • 25.3 Testing the domain
  • 25.4 event driven lightning framework
  • 25.5 Aura Framework
  • 25.6 deploying the domain
  • 25.7 Using Developer Console
  • 25.8 Creating Lightning Components

Lesson 26 - Using HTML and CSS style

  • 26.1 Using CSS and HTML for styling Lightning Components
  • 26.2 Referencing Components in Lightning App
  • 26.3 Creating CSS file in Developer Console
  • 26.4 Linking to Lightning Component
  • 26.5 Uploading external style sheet to static resource

Lesson 27 - Component attributes

  • 27.1 Understanding what attributes are, member variables in Apex Class, typed fields on a specific instance of a component, referencing from within Component’s markup using expression syntax, making components dynamic with attributes, using aura:attribute> t

Lesson 28 - Lightning Functions

  • 28.1 Understanding client side controller, defining functions, binding to components, passing value to functions and other JavaScript based operations, defining attribute in application, referencing component in application.

Lesson 29 - Composition of Components

  • 29.1 Creating fine-grained components in larger components
  • 29.2 Ftting components together
  • 29.3 Creating simple components like c:LC and c:LC2
  • 29.4 creating wrapper component c:wrappercomp containing simple components

Lesson 30 - Conditional Statements

  • 30.1 The IF Else conditional statement
  • 30.2 aura:if, isTrue expression
  • 30.3 instantiating components in either its body or the Else attribute

Lesson 31 - Value Providers

  • 31.1 Accessing data using Value Providers
  • 31.2 encapsulating related value together
  • 31.3 The value providers for a components v (view) and c (controller)

Lesson 32 - Out of the box components

  • 32.1 Using out-of-the-box components for Salesforce1
  • 32.2 Lightning Experience
  • 32.3 Lightning Apps, components belonging to different namespaces, Aura, Force, force Chatter, force Community, lightning design system styling, lightning namespace components, user interface

Lesson 33 - Common UI and UI namespace

  • 33.1 Understanding common UI
  • 33.2 using aura:component
  • 33.3 UI components such as ui:input and ui:output
  • 33.4 Easy handling of common UI
  • 33.5 Component styling and extension

Lesson 34 - UI component dynamic update

  • 34.1 Dynamically updating UI components
  • 34.2 JavaScript controller actions for firing events in Lightning Component Framework
  • 34.3 Event declaration using aura:event tag in a .evt resource

Lesson 35 - Event handling

  • 35.1 Event-driven programming using JavaScript, Java Swing
  • 35.2 The component event and application event
  • 35.3 Writing handlers in JavaScript controller actions

Lesson 36 - Server side controller

  • 36.1 Creating server side controller in Apex
  • 36.2 Annotation to enable client and server-side access to controlled method
  • 36.3 Calling a server-side controller action from a client-side controller

Lesson 37 - Building Lightning Application

  • 37.1 Building Contact Management App on Lightning Framework
  • 37.2 Uploading CSS file and uploading it to static resource for referencing in application
  • 37.3 Creating contact Controller Apex Class
  • 37.4 Pulling data from contact and returning the list of contacts
  • 37.5 Designing User Interface by using HTML and CSS Classes provided in Bootstrap Style sheet

Exam Certification

This training course is designed to help you clear :

  • Salesforce Dev 501 Advanced Developer Certification
  • Salesforce App Builder Certification
  • Salesforce Administrator ADM 201 Exam Certification

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