Five Developer Tips Every Admin Needs To Know

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You've got your salesforce.com org humming. You are the master of button-click admins. Join us to learn how you can leverage the power of the Force.com platform to build your own social enterprise. At the end of this session, you will walk away with five developer tips and tricks, all possible directly via the browser, that you can put into practice as soon as you get back to the office.

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Five Developer Tips Every Admin Needs To Know

  1. 1. 5 Developer Tips Every Admin Should Know Tips and Tricks You Can Use Adam Torman, salesforce.com, Director Product Management @atorman Salesforcehacker.com
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  3. 3. Development 101
  4. 4. Five areas of focus: Build - Manage - Customize - Create - Test
  5. 5. Build your data model with Schema Builder
  6. 6. Schema Builder Summary •  Understand your object model and relationships •  View graphical representation of your data model •  Facilitates rapid object and field creation/deletion •  Separates the permissions process from the build process
  7. 7. Manage with Workbench
  8. 8. Workbench Summary •  Build queries you know will work •  Insert, update, delete, and view records quickly •  View object describe information •  workbench.developerforce.com Know your data
  9. 9. Customize your UI with custom buttons
  10. 10. Solve admin challenges •  Create new administrative flows with custom buttons and links •  Coding not required ▪  /{!User.Id}/e?clone=1&retURL= %2F{!User.Id}
  11. 11. Create custom admin tools with apex
  12. 12. Learn by example •  Visualforce and Apex can extend point-and-click functionality •  Look on AppExchange for similar use cases ▪  Unmanaged packages ▪  Force.com Labs = free! •  github.com/forcedotcom •  Go to developer.force.com to ask questions and find answers
  13. 13. Test for the long haul with the developer console
  14. 14. Quality is never an accident It is the result of intelligent effort •  Quality test configuration changes •  Verify results with what you expect to see •  Protect against regressions Test early, test often
  15. 15. In Summary •  Build: Schema Builder •  Manage: Workbench •  Customize: Buttons and links •  Create: Apex pages and controllers •  Test: Controller tests
  16. 16. Next Steps •  Find Answers: developer.force.com •  Workbench: bit.ly/workbench-is-awesome •  AppExchange: bit.ly/19evTsM •  Github: github.com/forcedotcom, https://github.com/atorman/ customSharingButton
  17. 17. Adam Torman Director, Product Management @atorman salesforcehacker.com

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