Complete Salesforce Certified Platform Developer 1 Course
What you'll learn
- Lightning Web Components
- Salesforce Platform Developer I
- Salesforce Configurations
- Salesforce Development
- Salesforce Developer Skills
- Salesforce Platform Developer 1
- Basic Salesforce Platform Experience
Learn all required knowledge to pass your Salesforce Platform Developer I Certification Exam. This course contains more than 13 and a half hours of material and covers:
Understand multi-tenant concepts and design frameworks, such as MVC architecture and Lightning Component Framework.
Given a scenario, identify common use cases and best practices for declarative versus programmatic customizations, including governor limits, formula fields, and roll-up summaries.
Given a scenario, determine, create, and access the appropriate data model including objects, fields, relationships, and external IDs.
Given a scenario, identify the options and considerations when importing and exporting data into development environments.
Process Automation and Logic
Identify the capabilities of the declarative process automation features.
Declare variables, constants, methods, and use modifiers and Apex interfaces.
Given a scenario, use and apply Apex control flow statements.
Given a scenario, write SOSL, SOQL, and DML statements in Apex.
Given a scenario, follow best practices to write Apex classes and triggers.
Given a scenario, identify the implications of governor limits on Apex transactions.
Describe the relationship between Apex transactions, the save order of execution, and the potential for recursion and/or cascading.
Implement exception handling in Apex, including custom exceptions as needed.
Given a scenario, use declarative functionality and Apex together to automate business logic.
Given a scenario, display content or modify Salesforce data using a Visualforce page and the appropriate controllers or extensions as needed.
Describe the Lightning Component framework, its benefits, and the types of content that can be contained in a Lightning web component.
Given a scenario, prevent user interface and data access security vulnerabilities.
Given a scenario, display and use a custom user interface components, including Lightning Components, Flow, and Visualforce.
Describe the use cases for Lightning Web Component events.
Given a scenario, implement Apex to work with various types of page components, including Lightning Components, Flow, Next Best Actions, etc.
Testing, Debugging and Deployment
Write and execute tests for triggers, controllers, classes, flows, and processes using various sources of test data.
Given a scenario, know how and when to use the Salesforce Developer tools such as Salesforce DX, Salesforce CLI, and Developer Console.
Describe how to approach debugging system issues and monitoring flows, processes, and asynchronous and batch jobs, etc.
Describe the environments, requirements, and process for deploying code and associated configurations.
NOW is the time to take your Salesforce Development career to the next level by starting your journey towards becoming certified as a developer on the Salesforce platform.
Who this course is for:
- Beginner Salesforce Developers
- Salesforce Administrators
- Salesforce Admins
- Salesforce App Builders
I am a certified Salesforce Developer, and I create developer courses to improve the software development skills of myself and others. I’m a co-instructor with Mike Wheeler at Mike Wheeler Media, and together, we’re helping others become certified and start new and satisfying careers
Certifications: Platform App Builder, Platform Developer I, Platform Developer II
I teach Cloud Computing.
I am passionate about helping you become a 'Creator in a Consumption World'
I gravitate towards tools and tech that empower the non-technical to build and create amazing things online.
That is why I was drawn to amazing tools and platforms, such as Salesforce, ChatGPT and more.
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Before discovering Salesforce, I worked as a Technical Writer, Trainer, and built blogs using Wordpress. Once I found Salesforce, I saw it as the quickest path to building world-class web and mobile applications for businesses and consumers.
I've attained 9 Salesforce Certifications along the way: Force Developer (retired), Salesforce Administrator, Salesforce Business Analyst, Salesforce Associate, Salesforce AI Associate, Salesforce Advanced Administrator, Salesforce Sales Cloud Consultant, Salesforce Service Cloud Consultant, Salesforce Platform App Builder.
I am the founder of Mike Wheeler Media, where my mission is to Train, Inspire, and Equip YOU for a Cloud Career.
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Here is my recommended Salesforce Certification Path, for those of you just starting out, with no prior development experience.
1. Salesforce Certified Associate
2. Salesforce Certified AI Associate (course coming soon)
3. Salesforce Certified Administrator
4. Salesforce Business Analyst or Salesforce Platform App Builder
From here, depending on your desired route, if you wish to become a developer, I'd recommend you next take the Platform App Builder certification and then Platform Developer 1.
Other routes would be that of a Consultant (Sales Cloud and/or Service Cloud) or Advanced Admin, or Architect.
For those of you with prior development experience, you can start at either Platform App Builder or Platform Developer I. Please note that it is always a good idea to at some point grow strong on the fundamentals of the platform to round out your understanding of Salesforce, such as attaining the Admin and/or Associate certifications.
Our mission at Mike Wheeler Media is to Train, Inspire and Equip YOU for a Cloud Career. This matters because you will find new found freedoms and options for your career, once you attain relevant skills in tomorrow’s marketplace. You will have leverage and find yourself in the enviable position of being on the right side of the supply vs. demand ratio. That is because there is an ever-widening gap between the supply and demand of cloud professionals.