You will be learning following topics:
Software Administrators, Developers, Analysts, Sales Managers and Executives.
There are no specific prerequisites for this Salesforce training course.
New York is growing with a swift pace in terms of technology attracting investors to this city. This city has been a home to numerous Start-ups and top MNCs. Salesforce CRM has been a preferred technology for the companies in NY and hence the professionals having sound knowledge in this technology get high-paying jobs in no time.
As per Indeed.com the average salary of a Salesforce Administrator in New York City is $89,565 per year.
Considering this fact you can easily figure out that Salesforce professionals are some of the most sought-after individuals and with the increase in business competition, the need for a skilled CRM professional is imperative. Hence aspirants having Salesforce Training Course mentioned on their resumes will surely be the preferred candidate over others.
This Salesforce classroom training is delivered by trained experts and it emphasizes on providing you the hands-on experience of around 52 hours. The Salesforce Certification Training is in line with the Salesforce 201 and 401 certifications and enrolling in this course will help you qualify for this exam with high scores.
Introduction to CRM concepts and Cloud computing, Salesforce.com Overview and Fundamentals, Understanding Salesforce Platform, Understanding Salesforce Terminologies and Introducing the force.com platform, Multitenancy and Cloud, Understanding Salesforce Metadata and API, Understanding Salesforce Architecture, Describe the capabilities of the core CRM objects in the Salesforce schema, Given a scenario, identify the boundaries of declarative customization and the use cases for programmatic customization, Identify common scenarios for extending an org using the AppExchange, Declarative vs. Programmatic Changes and Customizations.
Given a scenario, determine the appropriate data model, Describe the capabilities of the various relationship types and the implications of each on record access, user interface, and reporting, Identify the considerations when changing a field’s type, Given a set of requirements, identify the considerations and select the appropriate field type, Describe the capabilities and considerations of the schema builder, Describe the options and considerations when importing and exporting data, Describe the capabilities of and use cases for external objects, 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, Class Constructors, Apex, Apex Development Process, Apex Development Tools, Apex Governor Limits.
Describe the features and capabilities available to restrict and extend object, record, and field access, Given a set of business requirements, determine the appropriate sharing solution, Application Development Tools in Salesforce, AppExchange as Application Development Strategy, Finding and Navigating Salesforce Documentation.
Describe the capabilities of and use cases for record types, Describe the capabilities of and use cases for formula fields, Describe the capabilities of, use cases for, and implications of roll-up summary fields, Describe the capabilities of and use cases for validation rules, Describe the capabilities of and use cases for approval processes, Describe the capabilities of and use cases for workflow, visual workflow, and the Lightning Process Builder.
Chatter features and use case.
Determine the features and capabilities available when creating reports, report types, and dashboards.
Describe the considerations when developing in a multi-tenant environment, Describe how the Salesforce platform features map to the MVC pattern, the ‘this’ Keyword, 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 Object Search Language (SOSL), SOQL vs SOSL, Debugging Using Debug Logs, Anonymous Block, Another Debugging Tool, Apex Testing, Unit Tests and Test Classes, System Test Class Methods, Accessing Private Variables and Methods in Test Classes, Test Data, Unit Tests.
Language Constructs ,describe how to declare variables and constants in Apex and how to assign values using expressions, Collections overview(Lists, Sets and Maps), Invoking Apex, Classes, Objects and Interfaces, Describe how to use and apply Apex control flow statements, Describe how to use basic SOSL, SOQL, and DML statements, Apex Design Patterns , Dynamic Apex, Batch Apex, Debugging Apex, Anonymous Scripts, Management of Debug Logs, 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, 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 addError(), Apex Trigger Best Practices, Exceptions, Exception Statements, System-Defined Exception, Exception Methods, Catching Different Exception Types, Custom or User-Defined Exception Handling
Governor limits, Testing Apex, Utilization of Start/Stop, Testing Framework, Bulkified Code, Creation/Loading of test data, Testing for profile security using system.runAs
Salesforce Lightning collection of tools and technologies, modern user interface for speed optimization, Lightning Experience, building reusable components to customize Lightning Experience, Salesforce1 Mobile App.
Introduction to Salesforce1, action layouts for Salesforce1, Lightning Process Builder, creating process using visual layout, create whole process rather than using multiple workflow rules, process for working together in one UI for different users.
Two types of free accounts, lifetime free developer account, 30 days trial production account, understanding how to sign up for the lifetime free developer account, account creation at https://developer.force.com.
Creation of custom domain in Salesforce, defining of custom domain name for the organization at https://<myDomain>.lightning.force.com, testing the domain, event driven lightning framework, Aura Framework, deploying the domain, using Developer Console, creating Lightning Components.
Using CSS and HTML for styling Lightning Components, referencing Components in Lightning App, creating CSS file in Developer Console, linking to Lightning Component, uploading external style sheet to static resource.
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> tag to add attribute to component or app.
Creating fine-grained components in larger components, fitting components together, creating simple components like c:LC and c:LC2, creating wrapper component c:wrappercomp containing simple components.
The IF Else conditional statement, aura:if, isTrue expression, instantiating components in either its body or the Else attribute.
Accessing data using Value Providers, encapsulating related value together, the value providers for a components v (view) and c (controller).
Using out-of-the-box components for Salesforce1, Lightning Experience, Lightning Apps, components belonging to different namespaces, Aura, Force, force Chatter, force Community, lightning design system styling, lightning namespace components, user interface.
Understanding common UI, using aura:component, UI components such as ui:input and ui:output, easy handling of common UI, component styling and extension.
Creating server side controller in Apex, @Aura Enabled annotation, annotation to enable client and server-side access to controlled method, calling a server-side controller action from a client-side controller.
A real example of deploying Server side controller by pulling data from Opportunity object, creating Client side controller to invoke Server side controller and passing the returned value to components.
Building Contact Management App on Lightning Framework, uploading CSS file and uploading it to static resource for referencing in application, creating contact Controller Apex Class, pulling data from contact and returning the list of contacts, designing User Interface by using HTML and CSS Classes provided in Bootstrap Style sheet.
Project 1: Real-time inventory management with Salesforce
Industry : Retail
Problem Statement : How to keep track of the inventory and product purchase in real-time to keep products well-stocked
Topics : In this project you will work on the retail inventory management. You will deploy real time tracking and analysis for the four different categories of product, inventory, sales and customer. This is a multiple to multiple relationship, whenever a product is sold it has to be replaced in the inventory. You will list the products bought by the customer, the details of the customer and such other data.
Project 2 : Creating a Library Management System with Salesforce
Industry : Education
Problem Statement : How to keep track of all books and ensure that requests for books are met and books are returned on time.
Topics: In this project you will create a Salesforce library management system for keeping track of all books, all the requests for books that are coming, searching for books based on title, author or name of the book, giving the admin rights to the librarians to ensure that it is a smooth and well-oiled machine.
Title : Restaurant-Locator Lightning Component
Objective : Build a Lightning Component with Yelp’s Search API that displays a list of businesses near a certain location
Problem Statement :
Title : Conference Management App
Objective : Build a simple conference management app with Apex and Visualforce
Problem Statement :
Project – Building Lightning Application
Topics: Building component to call client side controller function and handle data, alternate method for pulling contact details based on ID, creating component to handle the event, creating client side controller for binding user event and calling new Apex Controller method, adding fields to components, querying fields in the controller method and displaying on the screen.
This Intellipaat Salesforce certification training is a comprehensive learning approach for master the Salesforce developer and Salelsforce administrator. As part of the training you will learn about Salesforce fundamentals, Visualforce, Apex language, dashboard, process automation, and more. Entire training is in line with the Salesforce certification exam.
You will be working on real time Salesforce projects that have high relevance in the corporate world, step-by-step assignments and curriculum designed by industry experts. Upon completion of the Salesforce certification training course you can apply for some of the best jobs in top MNCs around the world at top salaries. Intellipaat offers lifetime access to videos, course materials, 24/7 Support, and course material upgrading to latest version at no extra fees. Hence it is clearly a one-time investment.
Intellipaat training course will provide you complete proficiency to clear the following certifications :
The complete course content is in accordance with the requirements of the certification. The Intellipaat training will give you ample opportunities to work on industry-designed real-world projects and case studies. All this will help you fast-track your career with hands-on experience in the domain. Upon completion of the Intellipaat training you will solve quizzes that are modeled on the specific types of questions asked in the certification exam. We also award you with the Intellipaat course completion certification once you score at least 60% marks in the qualifying exam and complete the project work. Leading MNCs like Cisco, Standard Chartered, Sony, Ericsson, TCS and others acknowledge the Intellipaat certification.
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