Salesforce for Developer

Live Online (VILT) & Classroom Corporate Training Course

This training course teaches attendees everything they need to know to begin creating Salesforce Lightning Web Components using Visual Studio Code and the Salesforce command line interface.

How can we help you?

Thanks for sharing your details. Our team will get in touch with you soon.
There was an error trying to send your message. Please try again later.

  • CloudLabs

  • Projects

  • Assignments

  • 24x7 Support

  • Lifetime Access

Salesforce for Developer

Overview

This training course teaches attendees everything they need to know to begin creating Salesforce Lightning Web Components using Visual Studio Code and the Salesforce command line interface. Also participants will learn how to incorporate styles, navigate the Lightning Architecture, and more.

Objectives

At the end of Salesforce Developer training course, participants will learn

  • Lightning web component architecture
  • Visual Studio Code and the Salesforce command line interface
  • JavaScript, CSS, and HTML/XHTML as they pertain to Lightning Web Components
  • Lightning data service
  • Debugging and testing web components
  • Localization, locker service, and event handling
  • Aura comparison and coexistence

Prerequisites

Participants must have a strong technical background are already familiar with Apex and Visualforce or Aura Components such as Salesforce developers, OR have object-oriented development experience and are looking to quickly develop skills on Salesforce.

Course Outline

Introduction to GenWatt2021-06-26T19:04:18+05:30
Setting up a Practice Site2021-06-26T19:04:49+05:30
Salesforce DX2021-06-26T19:05:10+05:30
  • Scratch Orgs
  • Setting up a Salesforce Developer Hub Org
Salesforce CLI2021-06-26T19:16:15+05:30
Setting up the Visual Studio Code2021-06-26T19:16:41+05:30
Source Control Systems2021-06-26T19:16:47+05:30
Working with Visual Studio Code2021-06-26T19:17:14+05:30
  • Projects
  • Pushing & Pulling Metadata
Model – View – Controller2021-06-26T19:18:08+05:30
Lightning Architecture2021-06-26T19:18:14+05:30
Lightning Experience Overview2021-06-26T19:18:20+05:30
  • App Launcher
  • Lightning Apps
Deploying Code to Production2021-06-26T19:18:26+05:30
Lightning URLs2021-06-26T19:19:36+05:30
My Domain2021-06-26T19:19:42+05:30
Lighting App Builder2021-06-26T19:19:48+05:30
  • Lightning Pages
  • Lightning Tabs
Lightning Components2021-06-26T19:19:54+05:30
  • Standard Components
  • Component Library
  • AppExchange Components
Lightning Component Framework2021-06-26T19:20:25+05:30
  • Aura Framework
  • Lightning Aura Components Overview
Lightning Web Components2021-06-26T19:20:30+05:30
Lightning Pages2021-06-26T19:21:12+05:30
  • Record Pages
  • Assigning Pages
Buttons & Actions2021-06-26T19:21:28+05:30
Lightning Web Components Playground2021-06-26T19:21:46+05:30
  • Camel & Kebab
  • Building Your First Components
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)2021-06-26T19:22:25+05:30
  • Syntax
  • Selectors
  • Common CSS elements
  • Classes & Subclasses
Using CSS in Components2021-06-26T19:22:30+05:30
  • Classes
  • Default Styles
  • Design Challenge
Salesforce Lightning Design System (SLDS)2021-06-26T19:22:50+05:30
  • Building a Tile Component using (SLDS)
CSS Tips for Components2021-06-26T19:23:42+05:30
Moving from Playground to Scratch2021-06-26T19:23:48+05:30
2022-01-23T17:10:50+05:30

Go to Top