The Salesforce Platform has expanded to include a powerful array of developer tools including Dev Hub, Scratch Org, source control, VS Code Extensions, and a few other tools and features known as Salesforce DX. In this track, you will explore how to develop applications using Salesforce DX and source control, including writing the code, committing to a remote repository, working in teams, performing continuous integration/delivery, and deploying to a production environment.
You will learn how to:
- Integrate Salesforce DX into your everyday development lifecycle and architecture
This track is ideal for:
- Experienced Salesforce developers who want to learn about incorporating source control and continuous integration/continuous delivery into their development lifecycle
- Salesforce technologists interested in learning about new options for developer team collaboration and delivery
This track is delivered through a mix of:
- Instructor-led training (ILT)
- Hands-on lab exercises
- Group discussions
Salesforce has two desktop user interfaces: Lightning Experience and Classic. This track is taught using Lightning Experience.