Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Salesforce Certified Platform Developer II exam syllabus

Salesforce Certified Platform Developer II exam syllabus -



If you are new to Salesforce and do not have any practical work experience or hands on actual development ,then my suggestion is that you should go for Platform App Builder Certification Exam

And If you have not yet given Salesforce Certified Platform Developer I exam and do not have advance/vast experience on Salesforce Development then you should first go for  Platform Developer I Certification


OBJECTIVE (WEIGHT)
Salesforce Fundamentals ( 5% )
Describe the capabilities of base-system objects such as sharing objects, history objects, metadata objects, multi-currency, and Chatter objects
Describe the different capabilities of and use cases for the various Salesforce development platforms (Heroku, Fuel, Force.com)
Data Modeling and Management ( 7% )
Describe how to design code that accommodates multi-language, multi-currency, multi-locale considerations
Describe the implications of compound data types in Apex programming.
Describe the use cases for and benefits of external IDs.
Identify use cases for different types of custom settings, and describe how to implement solutions for those use cases.
Logic and Process Automation ( 46% )
Given a scenario, describe the implications of the order of execution of a record save.
Describe the interactions between Visualforce/Apex with Flow/Lightning Process Builder. 
Given a scenario, identify the optimal programmatic or declarative solution. 
Given a scenario, debug unexpected behavior due to save execution order.
 Describe the Apex features available for error handling and maintaining transactional integrity. 
Identify potential issues with inefficient code and mitigation techniques to avoid exceeding governor limits.
Describe the data return types for SOQL and SOSL queries and their impact on variable assignment.
Describe the options, best practices, and use cases for asynchronous execution.
Given a scenario, identify the appropriate dynamic Apex feature.
 Given a scenario, describe when and how to use Apex managed sharing.
Describe the use cases for the various authentication techniques.
User Interface ( 20% )
Given a scenario, describe how to use a standard set controller.   
Describe the considerations when creating custom controllers and controller extensions.
Describe the techniques for using Visualforce to perform actions and partial page refresh. 
Describe the messaging techniques and best practices when displaying errors in user interfaces.
Describe techniques to maximize code re-use with Visualforce.
Describe use cases for JavaScript in a Visualforce page.
Given a set of requirements, describe the process for designing Lightning components.
Debug and Deployment Tools ( 10% )
Describe how to monitor and access various types of debug logs.
Describe the capabilities and security implications of the Developer Console, Workbench, and Force.com IDE.
Describe the different processes for deploying metadata and business data.
Describe how the different environments are used in the development and deployment process.
Performance ( 7% )
Describe the common performance issues for user interfaces and the techniques to mitigate them.
Describe the considerations for query performance.
Integration ( 11 %)
Describe how to expose Apex classes as SOAP and REST web services.
Describe how to use system classes to integrate with SOAP- or REST-based web services.
Describe when and how to use metadata, streaming, and Analytics API to enhance Apex and Visualforce solutions.
Testing ( 12 %)
Describe the best practices for unit testing in Apex.
Describe how to apply different techniques to create test data and responses.
Describe the implications of testing Visualforce controllers and controller extensions.
Describe various ways to execute tests and specify test execution options.
Debug and Deployment Tools ( 5% )
Given a scenario, identify the appropriate tool to analyze application performance profiles and troubleshoot data and performance issues.
Given a scenario, identify the appropriate deployment tool.