Explore a wide range of low-code tools in the Salesforce platform for building customized CRM applications without writing any code
Low-code platforms allow users to focus on business logic to create solutions without getting trapped in programming complexities. Thanks to its powerful features for designing, developing, and deploying apps without having to hand-code, Salesforce is at the forefront of the low-code development revolution. This book will guide you in building creative applications for solving your business problems using the declarative framework provided by Salesforce.
You’ll start by learning how to design your business data model with custom objects, fields, formulas, and validation rules, all secured by the Salesforce security model. You’ll then explore tools such as Workflow, Process Builder, Lightning Flow, and Actions that will help you to automate your business processes with ease. This book also shows you how to use Lightning App Builder to build personalized UIs for your Salesforce applications, explains the value of creating community pages for your organization, and teaches you how to customize them with Experience Builder. Finally, you'll work with the sandbox model, deploy your solutions, and deliver an effective release management strategy.
By the end of this Salesforce book, you’ll be ready to customize Salesforce CRM to meet your business requirements by creating unique solutions without writing a single line of code.
If you are a citizen developer, business analyst, Salesforce administrator, or anyone interested in developing applications or solutions for business problems but lack technical knowledge, this book is for you. No prior programming experience is required.
Enrico Murru is a solution and technical architect at WebResults (an engineering company), an Italian platinum Salesforce partner, and ISV. He completed his MSc in Electronic Engineering at the University of Cagliari in 2007. In 2009, he joined WebResults as a junior Salesforce developer. In 2013, he launched his first blog named Nerd @ Work. In 2016, he was nominated as the first Italian Salesforce MVP due to his commitment to the Salesforce community. In the same year, he started collecting Salesforce certifications, gaining 20 of them over the next 3 years, as part of his own path to the Salesforce Technical Architect certification. In 2016, he started one of his most popular projects, the ORGanizer for Salesforce Chrome and Firefox extension.