Salesforce Admin Developer Lightning

Course Description

Salesforce lightning admin developer is superintended to design, code, test, manage and implement salesforce lightening applications to agile business objectives. Salesforce lightning framework offers a new set of tools to enhance productivity, optimize system operations, and build applications fast. Salesforce lightning admin developer focuses on the entire development lifecycle from design to deployment using salesforce lightning UI experience. Future scope of Salesforce Lightning is immense because of its key features such as functionality, usability, and speed for every user including developers, admins, and executives.

This Salesforce admin developer lightning course blends salesforce admin, developer and lightening concepts to gain in-depth knowledge about the Salesforce platform. Beginners or IT professionals who are interested in all three domains may take this course in one place. Having knowledge in these three domains definitely makes you a professional expert in the salesforce cloud landscape.

Our Salesforce administrator developer lightning online training masters administration, configuration, customization, and development skills on the salesforce lightning platform. This course is well crafted by an experienced and certified professional expert trainer. Our course gives deep knowledge of salesforce lightning concepts up to date. This course enhances your admin and developing skills on salesforce lightning framework technology. This well-structured course syllabus prepares you for the certification exam and further you will find good job opportunities with high salary packages. Aspirants who are interested to work on the salesforce platform must take this course to get benefited from certification guidance and job assistance program. 

Course Fee : 380.1 USD

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  • Live interactive online training
  • Daily Assignments and Lab exercises
  • Resume and certification guidance
  • Mock interview and live project assistance
  • Resume marketing and job assistance
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  • Daily Assignments and Lab exercises
  • Resume and certification guidance
  • Mock interview and live project assistance
  • Resume marketing and job assistance
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  • Live interactive online training
  • Daily Assignments and Lab exercises
  • Resume and certification guidance
  • Mock interview and live project assistance
  • Resume marketing and job assistance

Course Content

  • Why CRM? 

  • Introduction to Cloud Computing & 

  • Cloud Computing - Overview 

  • What is Software-as-a-Service (SAAS)? 

  • What is Platform-as-a-Service (PAAS)? 

  • What is Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IAAS)? 

  • CRM Editions 

  • Salesforce Architecture – Cloud Computing is a Better Model Multi-tenant

  • Salesforce Editions/ Pricing 

  • Salesforce Certifications 

  • Certified Developer(401) 

  • Certified Administration (201) 

  • Certified Advanced Developer(501), etc., 

  •  Database Model - Object Creation

  • Salesforce Building Blocks 

  • Standard Objects 

  • Create custom Objects 

  • CRM functionality in Salesforce and use of standard objects 

  • Custom Objects Vs. Standard Objects 

  • Create Custom Fields 

  • Create custom Tabs 

  •  Standard Objects – Account, Contacts, Leads, Campaigns, Opportunities etc., 

  •  Custom object Tabs

  • Web Tabs

  • Visual force Tabs

  • Limitations 

  • Field Creation and its Relationships

  • Different Data types 

  • Text, Email, Number, Currency, URL, Text Area

  • Storage Limitations 

  • Auto Number, Formula and Rollup summary 

  •  Rollup summary Operations 

  •  Sum(), Min(), Max() and Count 

  • Lookup Vs. Master - Detail Relationship 

  • Limitations 

  • Required, External Id, Default Value and Unique fields 

  • Home Page
  • Tabs
  • Tab Home Pages
  • Detail Page
  • SideBar
  • Apps
  • Record
  • Defining Page layouts 

  • Field order changes 

  • Adding custom buttons and links 

  • Defining required and read-only fields 

  • Adding related list 

  • To create and maintain record types for your organization

  • Display different page layouts and picklist values based on record types

  • Uses of Record Types

  • Controlling field/Dependent field? 

  • Making dependent pick list fields 

  • Defining Salesforce Data Validation 

  • Creating Custom Validation Rules 

  • Validation Vs. Trigger

  • Define workflow 

  • Create Email template 

  • Set up workflow rules 

  • Set up workflow actions 

  • Plan approvals using workflow 

  • Use the approval wizard – standard vs. jump start 

  • Create workflow approvals 

  • Email Templates – Sending Single emails and Mass emails. 

  • Types of Templates - HTML (Using Letter Head) , Custom HTML (without using letter head), Visual force Email Templates 

  • Import Wizard Vs Data Loader

  • Importing Overview 

  • Exporting Overview

  • Import custom object records using the Data Loader 

  • Use mass delete 

  • Use storage 

  • Managing Personal Information

  • Password Reset

  • User Management Overview

  • Roles, Users, Profiles & Sharing 

  • Creating Users

  • User Licenses Overview

  • Understanding Record Ownership and Access

  • Role Hierarchy

  • Profiles

  • Overview and different profiles

  • User Permissions

  • Managing the Users 
  • Set Organization Wide Defaults (OWD) 
  • Object-level Security 
  • Field-level Security 
  • Record-level Security
  • Sharing Rules 
  •  Define Sharing rules 
  •  Discuss about types of sharing rules
  • Installing an App

  • Uninstalling an App

  • CRM basics and cloud computing

  • overview and foundation

  • Salesforce platform, Salesforce terminology, and introduction to platform

  • Multi-tenancy and cloud

  • Salesforce metadata and APIs

  • Salesforce architecture

  • The functionality of a central CRM object in Salesforce schema

  • Determining declarative custom restrictions and programmatic custom use cases in a given scenario

  • Declarative vs. Programmatic customizations

  • Identify common scenarios for using the AppExchange extension organization

  • OOP programming and database connections in Python

  • Identify appropriate data models in a given scenario
  • Capabilities of different relationship types and the impact of each record access, reporting, and user interface

  • Identify considerations for changing the field type

  • Determine considerations and select the appropriate field type based on many requirements

  • Describe the features and considerations of the schema builder

  • Illustrate options and considerations for importing/ exporting data

  • Describe the features and use cases of external objects under Salesforce

  • Trust, data model, field and relationship fields

  • Pattern generator, junction object, and business logic

  • Salesforce data management, data import wizard and data loader

  • Export data, Apex class variables, and methods

  • Class constructor, Apex, and access modifier

  • Apex development tools, development process, and governor boundaries

  • Describe the available features and ways to limit and extend objects, field access, and records

  • Identify appropriate release solutions based on many business needs

  • Salesforce application development tools

  • Application development strategy using AppExchange

  • Search and navigate Salesforce documents

  • Business logic & process automation

  • Record type

  • Formula fields

  • Of roll-up summary fields

  • Validation rules

  • Approval process

  • Workflow, visual workflow and Lightning process builder

  • Chatter features

  • Chatter use cases

  • Report type and dashboard

  • Identify the features available when creating a report

  • Describe development considerations in a multi-tenant environment

  • Describe how the Salesforce platform features map to MVC patterns, sharing, ‘this’ keyword, inheritance, and interfaces

  • System classes/methods, field API names, and standard objects

  • Relationships in Apex; basic SOQL syntax, functions, variable binding, keywords, relational queries, and SOQL-for-loops, SOQL Debugging with debug logs, and anonymous blocking

  • SOSL and SOSL

  • Debugging tools

  • Apex testing, testing classes, and unit testing

  • System testing class methods

  • Test classes, test data, unit testing using private variables and methods

  • Language constructs declaring variables & constants in Apex and assigning values using the various expressions

  • Collection overview (lists, collections, and mappings), calling Apex, classes, interfaces, and objects

  • Use and application of Apex control flow instructions

  • Usage of basic SOSL, DML statements, and SOQL

  • Apex design, dynamic and batch Apex

  • Debug Apex, manage debug logs, and anonymous scripts

  • Developer console, IDE, and workbench

  • SaveResult classes, DML (Data Manipulation Language)

  • DML & loop, DML options, Database, and transaction control

  • SOQL and governor restrictions

  • Apex triggers and execution order

  • Trigger context variables; create and display triggers

  • Recognize trigger events, helper class patterns, and batch triggers

  • Handle recursion in triggers, using addError() and Apex trigger best practices to limit memory operations

  • Exceptions, exception methods, and system-defined exceptions

  • Handle user-defined or custom exception and intercept various exception types

  • Governor limits, start/stop use, test Apex

  • Bulkified code, test framework, create/load test data

  • Use system.runAs to test configuration file security

  • Describe how to write a Visualforce controller using JavaScript / HTML / CSS

  • Use standard Visualforce controllers and custom Apex controllers/controller extensions

  • Visualforce page, build method, development tool, tags, and their binding types & syntax

  • Understand the MVC pattern

  • Static resources in Visualforce

  • What is a Visualforce controller - standard controller, list controller?

  • Custom controllers;custom list controllers, methods, extensions, and execution order

  • Salesforce Lightning overview

  • Lightning component framework structure and its benefits

  • Salesforce Lightning tools and technology collections

  • Speed optimization of modern user interface speed optimization

  • Salesforce Lightning experience and create reusable components to customize it

  • Salesforce1 mobile application

  • Salesforce1 Introduction and its action layout

  • Lightning process builder

  • Use a visual layout to create a process and establish the entire process instead of using multiple workflow rules

  • Collaborating for different users in the user interface

  • Two free accounts, one-lifetime free developer account, one 30-day trial production account, a registered lifetime developer account, and an account created at
  • Create custom Salesforce domain

  • Define the organization's custom domain name on https:// and test the domain

  • Event-driven Lightning framework & Aura framework

  • Deploy the domain using the developer console to create a lightning component

  • Style Lightning components using HTML and CSS

  • See the components in the Lightning App

  • Use the developer console to create a CSS file

  • Link to the lightning component and upload an external style sheet to a static resource

  • Understand Apex class’s attributes and member variables

  • Typed fields for component instances

  • Use expression syntax to reference from component tags

  • Use attribute dynamic components

  • Add attributes to a component or application using the aura:attribute> tag.

  • Client controller, functions, and Binding components

  • Pass values and JavaScript-based operations

  • Application attributes and reference components in the application

  •  Learn to create simple components such as c: LC and c: LC2
  •  Fine-grained components in larger components by assembling each component

  •  Wrapper component with simple components

  • Conditional If-else statement, isTrue expression, aura:if, component instantiating in its body or in the Else attribute
  • Use value providers to access data, combine related values, component v (view) and c (control) value providers.
  • Use out-of-the-box Salesforce1 components

  • Lightning experience and its applications

  • Different namespaces components, Force, Force Community, Aura, Force Chatter, etc.

  • Style Lightning system, user interface, and namespace component

  • Universal user interface, use of aura: components, UI components

  • Handle common user interfaces and component extensions & designs

  • Dynamic update of UI components

  • Trigger JavaScript controller actions for events in Lightning component

  • Event declarations with aura:event tag

  • JavaScript and Java Swing for event-driven programming,

  • Component and application events

  • Write JavaScript controller actions handlers

  • Create a server-side controller in Apex, Aura annotation

  • Annotation that allows server-side and client access to controlled methods

  • Invoke server-side controller operations from the client controller

  • A real-world example of fetching data from an opportunity object via server-side controller deployment

  • Create the client controller to call the server-side controller and pass the returned value to the component

  • Create a contact management app on the Lightning Framework

  • Upload CSS files and upload them to static resources for reference in the app

  • Create a contact-controller Apex class

  • Retrieve data from contacts and return to the contact list

  • Design user interfaces using HTML & CSS classes provided in the style sheet (bootstrap)

  • Create a component to call the client controller function and process the data

  • Retrieve the contact details as per the ID

  • Create a component to handle the event

  • Create a client controller to bind the user event

  • Call the Apex controller method

  • Add fields & queries to the components

  • And displays them on the screen

Salesforce Admin Developer Lightning Training FAQs


The answer to this is very simple, it was due to Cloud Computing. Salesforce wasn’t just about a better product at a fraction of the cost. It was about replacing the lengthy installation process and moving everything to the internet. They changed the business model – no more long-term contracts or expensive licensing deals, anyone could use Salesforce with only a simple 50-dollar monthly subscription fee.

Salesforce provides you with the fastest path from Idea to App. You can concentrate on building your app using Salesforce tools, rather than building the infrastructure and tools yourself. This can save you years of time and millions of dollars. Salesforce customers generally say that it’s unique for three major reasons:

  • Fast – Traditional CRM software can take more than a year to deploy, compare that to months or even weeks with Salesforce.
  • Easy – Salesforce wins in the easy to use category hands down. You can spend more time putting it to use and less time figuring it out.
  • Effective – Because it is easy to use and can be customized to meet business needs, customers find Salesforce very effective. Salesforce is in the cloud, so your team can use it from anywhere with access to the internet. If you are a business that is rapidly changing or you are a seasoned company that’s been around for years, your business is probably changing too.

Salesforce is completely scalable to your growth. Salesforce seamlessly integrates with 3rd party apps. If you want to integrate Salesforce with Gmail you can do it, if you want to integrate it with your accounting software you can do that too. On the other hand, integration is tough with other CRMs. Salesforce is affordable, especially if you consider its vast variety of capabilities. Even startups and small businesses can use Salesforce.

  • Anyone who has heard of Salesforce and wants to know more about it
  • Anyone interested to get started working in Salesforce environment
  • Those people want to have an overview of the Certifications and which to start first

Hachion's Salesforce online training program covers from basic to advanced concepts of Sales admin, developer, and Lightning domains. Our course curriculum is well designed by certified and experienced industry professionals in the Cloud Computing industry. We provide 100% job assistance with certification guidance.

We provide 100% job assistance to the Hachion students, once they complete the course. We also provide resume writing, mock interviews, and resume marketing services as part of our job assistance program. 

 Hachion online training program offers three modes of training: Self Placed, Mentorship, and Instructor-Led

No requirement of deep programming knowledge to take this cou.rse

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