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harry63harry63 

GENERAL QUESTION

Hi members.. i have a question about developing apex code in salesforce. i am a fresher completed my masters in management. i trained in salesforcce as admin and developer. but i am worrying about developing apex code for a real time project.could you please tell me what percent of code is written by developers as own and what percent of code will be available from the sources like forums, google, importing the existindg code...... etc.

 

waiting for the responses from all

 

THANKS IN ADVANCE

HARRY

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jkucerajkucera

Are you asking how much code is publicly available?  There's a lot on the forums here as well as in the Apex, VisualForce, and Api doc's.

 

Apex Guide:

http://www.salesforce.com/us/developer/docs/apexcode/index.htm

 

Then there's bloggers who have code samples such as this great post on SOQL:

http://blog.jeffdouglas.com/2010/02/22/soql-how-i-query-with-thee-let-me-count-the-ways/

 

And then there's the wiki's and other help documents on developer.force.com.  

 

If you run into specific issues, you can post errors & questions in this forum, but I find most of the time someone else has run into my problem before so a search yields the solution without needing a post.

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jkucerajkucera

Are you asking how much code is publicly available?  There's a lot on the forums here as well as in the Apex, VisualForce, and Api doc's.

 

Apex Guide:

http://www.salesforce.com/us/developer/docs/apexcode/index.htm

 

Then there's bloggers who have code samples such as this great post on SOQL:

http://blog.jeffdouglas.com/2010/02/22/soql-how-i-query-with-thee-let-me-count-the-ways/

 

And then there's the wiki's and other help documents on developer.force.com.  

 

If you run into specific issues, you can post errors & questions in this forum, but I find most of the time someone else has run into my problem before so a search yields the solution without needing a post.

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sunil316sunil316

Hello Mr Harry,

 

Frankly speaking there are very less resources are available for coding.

Mainly salesforce.com community  is there and you'll get only 10-15% or less of help from there. Mostly you have to do it your own.

 

 

 

 

dmsx2oddmsx2od
Yes, Sunil is correct: You will actually have to learn coding to be an Apex developer.