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Who should take this course? Customizing Salesforce1 Using Code is ideal for Salesforce developers who know how to write Apex and create Visualforce pages in Salesforce.
Prerequisites Please complete the online, standard catalog course: Getting Started with Visualforce Pages. Please complete the Visualforce Workbook, available online. We recommend you complete DEV501: Apex and Visualforce pages. Students are expected to supply their own supported mobile device.
Topic Objective Mobile Development Options Mobile Programming Overview
Salesforce1 Platform Overview Design Considerations for Mobile Devices Scenario Overview
Visualforce Pages in Salesforce1 Visualforce Review Visualforce in Salesforce1
o Visualforce Apps o Visualforce in Mobile Cards o Visualforce in Publisher Actions
Use HTML to Add Structure to Visualforce
HTML Overview HTML in Visualforce
Use CSS to Add Structure to Visualforce
CSS Overview Default CSS in Visualforce CSS in Salesforce1
Publisher.js ForceTK Data Binding Options Mobile Packs Enriching Salesforce with Device-generated Data
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