Introduction to Visualforce Webinar

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Out of the box, the Force.com Platform can automatically generate user interfaces, but in some cases you might want to build a more custom UI. Join us to learn about Visualforce, the component-based UI framework that lets you build attractive, dynamic, reusable user interfaces. This webinar is tailored for beginner developers as well as Salesforce administrators. Watch this webinar to learn about: :: Common use cases :: Leveraging Apex code on the server side :: Debugging techniques :: Best practices for efficient and responsive pages

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  • 1. Introduction to VisualforceThe Beginners Guide to a Custom UI Samantha Ready, Developer Evangelist @samantha_ready Eric Wilson, Product Management Director
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  • 4. What can you do with Visualforce? Framework to build custom user interfaces Hosted natively on Force.com Build streamlined UX Create internal and public facing pages Customize for different devices Leverage other web technologiesJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar
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  • 6. Model View Controller (MVC) Pattern Model Controller ViewJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar
  • 7. Model View Controller (MVC) Pattern Your Data Your Logic Your InterfaceJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar
  • 8. Model View Controller (MVC) Pattern Standard and Standard Custom Objects Controllers and Apex VisualforceJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar
  • 9. MVC ExampleJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar
  • 10. Visualforce Markup Visualforce tags 80+ standard components Custom components Works with all standard web technologies including: CSS JavaScript HTML Flash Any other Web-Enabled CodeJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar
  • 11. What do standard components look like? Merge field to define attribute (can also be a apex: or string literal in some chatter: cases) Attributes to define prefix component Component name(examples: Reference field tables, repeats, (using dot notation) forms, etc) Data binding to objects and class variablesJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar
  • 12. Visualforce Controllers Provides access to data Logic for handling UI interaction Standard Controllers Same functionality as standard pages Save, delete, field access etc. Custom Controllers Written in Apex Override standard behavior Controller ExtensionsJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar
  • 13. What does that look like in code? Defined at the page level Standard or custom objects Custom controller logic to extend Inherit standard CRUD standard functionality. controllers If only using custom controllers, use controller= controllerNameJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar
  • 14. How can I customize Visualforce?Join the conversation: #forcewebinar
  • 15. The Developer ConsoleJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar
  • 16. What can you do with Visualforce?Custom Pages Dashboard Custom Tabs Charts Components Email Embedded Sections Implement Templates in Detail Pages Custom LogicJoin the conversation: #forcewebinar