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  • Author: Alexandr
  • Date: 30-12-2014, 23:16
30-12-2014, 23:16

Pluralsight - Force.com Design Patterns - Part I,II

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Pluralsight - Force.com Design Patterns - Part I,II

Pluralsight - Force.com Design Patterns - Part I,II
English | 4h 47m | Mp4, 1024x768 15fps | WMA2 44.1KHz 2ch | 696 Mb
Genre: eLearning

Learn about common (and not-so-common) design patterns on the Force.com platform, with in-depth tutorials of actual applications.

Force.com is a powerful platform, complete with a full-fledged programming language, Apex, on par with Java and C#. As a Force.com developer, it is important to understand when to turn to Apex, and what problems are best solved using programmatic solutions. This course delves into many different patterns and scenarios where using Apex is critical, including bulk processing, trigger patterns, wrappers and collections, and working with queues. With a good understanding of these patterns you will have the confidence to fearlessly go forth and develop industrial-strength applications on the Force.com platform.

Part 2 of this course covers test design patterns, Visualforce architecture and javascript Remoting using Knockout.js to demonstrate real-time data binding from DOM to SObject. It concludes with a unique Apex design pattern that's tailor made for the Force.com platform called the Flow Factory. This stateful pattern organizes the business logic of a conceptual flow chart by leveraging both the Strategy and the Factory Method design patterns while adding a few twists of its own.
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