Getting started with Apex programming in Salesforce

Introduction: Salesforce is a leading CRM platform, and Apex is its proprietary programming language used for developing custom applications and automation on the Salesforce platform. With Apex, developers can create and execute complex business logic, queries, and integrations. In this blog, we'll explore the basics of Apex programming, including data types, syntax, and best practices. Getting started with Apex programming: To start developing with Apex, you first need to set up a Salesforce Developer Edition account. Once you have an account, you can access the Salesforce Developer Console, which is the integrated development environment (IDE) for Apex. Data types in Apex: Apex is a strongly typed language, which means you must declare the data type of a variable before you can use it. Here are the data types supported in Apex: Boolean: represents true or false values Integer: represents whole numbers Double: represents floating-point numbers Decimal: represents numbers with deci


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