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Hemansh PatelHemansh Patel 

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Hello All,

Please suggest me how to learn salesforce step by step.

Kindly provide me step by step Process.

Thanks & Regards,
Hemansh Patel
JyothsnaJyothsna (Salesforce Developers) 
Hi Hemansh,

The trailhead is the fun way to learn Salesforce.Content in Trailhead is organized into units, modules, and trails to help guide you through everything you need to know about Salesforce.
Please go to the below link for the trailhead.


Please refer the below link for more information


Hope this helps you!

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Hi Hemansh,

This document (https://resources.docs.salesforce.com/sfdc/pdf/salesforce_creating_on_demand_apps.pdf)has stepwise implementaiton of "Recruiting Application" using point & click capabilities. When you will complete all the tutorials from this dcoument, you would get the basic understanding around platform then You can try to explore more using Trailhead or the SF documentation.

Amit Shingavi 
parth jollyparth jolly
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There are a lot of moving parts in the force.com platform and it can definitely seem overwhelming at first, but the real trick is not to jump straight into the code side of things—there is a lot to learn about what you can do without code, and on any project you should leverage the declarative side of the platform as much as possible.
Personally I think the best route for you to take is the following:
Work through the Force.com Fundamentals Book
Next work through the Visualforce Developers Guide — IMO this is a MUST for every developer creating Visualforce pages... you'll be amazed at how much you can achieve without a single SOQL query or Apex controller
Once you've got Visualforce nailed down, then start learning about Apex via the Apex Workbook. This will explain some of the fundamental concepts of working with the platform, specifically around limits etc.
If you work through the above you'll no doubt pick up some SOQL along the way, and it's not a particularly complicated query language to get to grips with. Once you've done all this you'll have all the basics covered and then you can pick and choose which areas to focus on specifically, i.e. custom apps, mobile apps etc.
Good luck, and don't hesitate to ask questions on this site, remembering to show what you've tried and what you're stuck with.


Paarth Jolly