Salesforce Visualforce Development: Create Visualforce pages
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Visualforce is a framework that allows developers to build sophisticated, custom user interfaces that can be hosted natively on the Force platform.
The Visualforce framework includes a tag–based markup language, similar to HTML that is used to write the Visualforce pages and a set of controllers that are used to write business logic to the Visualforce pages.
This course provides solutions to a variety of challenges faced by Salesforce developers and demonstrates how easy it is to build rich, interactive pages using Visualforce.
Whether you are looking to make a minor addition to the standard page functionality or override it completely, this course will provide you with the help you require throughout.
What are we going to cover in this course?
Part 1: Cover the following tags :
Once we have covered these tags, we will cover the following topics:
Associating a Standard Controller with a Visualforce Page
What are action methods?
Action methods that are supported by all standard controllers
Associating a Standard List Controller with a Visualforce Page
Courses : 12
Specification: Salesforce Visualforce Development: Create Visualforce pages
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Monika Pandey –
It was good. It would have been more helpful if view state was also covered.
Ligia Palomo –
she covers basics things but she could go a little bit deep
Sachin Gadekar –
Good job deepika!!!!!!!!
Vikas Reddy –
Very good explanation with examples.Keep it up!
Satoru Wada –
Himadri Aich –
Patricia Lopez –
Pour le moment c’est assez complet. Point n gatif : les sous titres, dommage…
The course is up to the mark for all beginners’ who all want to learn Visual Force thoroughly. would sign up more courses from Deepika!!
Paridhi Jain –
Always giveds 5 start to deepika, but other course she cheated to students. she posted the other course name lightning component in her name and taught by other teacher. wrong practice Please understand mostly are students here and dont have money for the this type of videos. deepika can u explain why you use your name to video which is taught by other teacher??
Gnanendra kumar –
I understand all the concepts clearly
Patel Alok –
Useful for beginners.
Raja Velmurugan –
The instructor is to the point and topic specific. Great material to kick start and move forward. Thanks, Deepika 🙂
Aman Singh –
Good course. Started from the very basic to intermediate level of Visualforce. Covered almost every important topic. Thanks Deepika
Varun Gupta –
Course is good, but she does not answere questions
Raju Kenche –
You are doing such a great job in teaching salesforce. The resources seem so clear and with pictures wherever required. How do we help someone who is new, someone who may not be as familiar with the platform : Salesforce. What a wonderful gift you have to clearly provide lectures. Thank You Very Much Deepika Khanna !!! There is no limit to the amount of good you can do if you don’t care who gets the credit. Regards Respectfully , Raju Kenche
Pradeep Gomes –
This is the second course I am taking from Deepika. Her courses are easy to follow and provide you with sufficient knowledge to build on.
Srikanth Paramatmuni –
Course started off well, definitely meeting what I am expecting. Hoping engaging & practical learning content
Colin Ong Dean –
This is a very clear and comprehensive course. I have a much better foundation in Visualforce now. A couple of observations: Sometimes, it’s very repetitive. Also, the discussion of custom list controllers introduces some practices that could use a little more explanation.
Emmett McLean –
Yes. It was a good match. Some of the presentation is repetitive. A few of the presentations could be a few minutes shorter. But that’s okay. So far the presentation is all read only. It’s good that all the examples are pages having fewer than 30 lines of code. But what’s here is good as an introduction. But it doesn’t prepare someone for the challenge of maintaining a real application. Eh. That’s my take on it so far. I’d consider taking Deepthi’s other courses. And I’m glad I discovered this course on Visualforce pages.