Discover the Amazingness of Apex Top Video Clips to Watch. | Salesforce Developers Blog

With, you can implement business logic and build entire apps using point-and-click features such as workflows and approval processes. But sometimes you need even more control and that’s when you can leverage the power of Apex.

Apex is a strongly-typed, object-oriented programming language that lets you centralize and execute flow and transaction control statements on the platform in conjunction with application calls to ?APIs.

To help you get started programming on the platform, we wanted to share with you some very helpful Apex videos.  We have categorized them into separate segments, to give you an overview and provide you with an understanding of the different aspects of Apex code. If you’re new to Apex, Trailhead is our platform for learning topics like Apex and includes fun, hands-on online tutorials. Trailhead is the best way to get started learning Apex.

Intro to Apex

In this webinar, you will get an overview of the syntax, we look at its database support, followed by testing, web services, and dynamic Apex. Finally, we demonstrate the Apex language executing on the platform.

Advanced Apex Webinar

Ready for some more advance learnings on advanced? This webinar takes you to the next level in programming on the Salesforce and platform. We dive deeper into Apex, and guide you through examples of advanced design patterns and techniques, and much more related to Apex on the Salesforce1 platform. You will also see in-depth demonstration into testing and code coverage on, and learn some solid best practices and recipes for writing better tests. A definite must watch.

In addition to these videos, be sure to visit the Apex resource page (link: , as well as checking out our Developer Events page. We have some new Apex related webinars planned in the upcoming months, so please be on the look out!

If you have any Apex questions, please post your questions on the  Apex Discussion Forum.

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