Introduction- Salesforce Integration

This course covers concepts related to Salesforce Integration like API, outbound message , Mulesoft etc
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 (314 ratings)
6,234 students
Introduction- Salesforce Integration
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 (314 ratings)
6,234 students
This course teaches you Salesforce Integration from scratch providing step by step coding and configuration.


  • Understand basic XML, JSON and HTTP request

This course assumes previous development experience (at least 6 months), and takes you from the  concepts like integrating via point and click tools, and then goes into more detail as we explore the entire Integration feature set. This course is not a power point presentation,  but it will prepare you to resolve real time challenges at workplace.

Who this course is for:
  • Students wishing to advance their career as a Salesforce Developer
1 section • 13 lectures • 1h 13m total length
  • Introduction
  • Salesforce - Integration Capabilities and Patterns
  • Salesforce - Workflow Outbound Message
  • Salesforce - Connect (Odata via webservice) - Part1
  • Salesforce - Connect (Odata via webservice) - Part2
  • Salesforce - Webhook Integration
  • Salesforce - WSDL (SOAP) Outbound Integration
  • Salesforce - REST API Inbound Integration
  • Salesforce - Email Services Inbound Integration
  • Inbound - Import data via FTP
  • Outbound - Export data to FTP
  • Outbound - Call webservice from Salesforce (Part 1)
  • Outbound - Call webservice from Salesforce (Part 2)

Salesforce Certified Architect
Hirday Lamba
  • 4.3 Instructor Rating
  • 3,136 Reviews
  • 29,300 Students
  • 10 Courses

Hirday works as a consultant to help clients implement, support and manage Salesforce solutions.

Furthermore, he knows that the first step toward achieving success with Salesforce is to clearly understand how to leverage the powerful features that are offered in the platform. His end goal is to educate students to become Salesforce experts through tutorials, tips based on experience, and recommendations that follow best practices.