4 Steps To Build A Salesforce App Using Lightning App Builder
Sep20

4 Steps To Build A Salesforce App Using Lightning App Builder

Imagine how it would be if you had the power to create Salesforce apps quickly and effectively? What if you could create an application from a large library of reusable and well-defined components without writing a single line of code? With the help of Lightning App Builder, anyone in your organization can combine custom Lightning components to assemble beautiful applications visually. In this blog, we will learn how to build a Salesforce app quickly and easily. Salesforce users can follow the easy steps to create a sophisticated, engaging, and code-free application that integrates the Next Best Action feature with the help of Lightning App Builder. We’ll start our deep dive with a quick introduction to the cloud environment where the Salesforce applications are built. Salesforce Org Cloud computing space provided to you or your organization by Force.com is called the Salesforce Org. It is also known as the Salesforce environment. Developers can create custom Salesforce Applications, objects, workflows, custom Salesforce data sharing rules, VisualForce pages, and Apex coding. Now let’s talk in detail about the Salesforce-powered applications and how they work. Salesforce Applications The main function of a Salesforce application is to manage customers’ data. A Salesforce application provides a simple user interface for accessing customer records stored in objects (tables). Applications also help in crafting relationships between objects by connecting fields. Nearly everyone in any organization can learn how to build and use Salesforce applications because they require no coding or IT development experience. However, this is more than just a matter of comfort. The speed and low cost of Salesforce applications are strategic added values as the need for process automation are growing at an exponential rate. The Lightning Application Builder continues to evolve to meet those needs. Lightning Flow (formerly known as Visual Workflow), a drag-and-drop toolbox for designing workflows for process automation, is a big step forward. The introduction of Einstein, the Salesforce Analytics machine learning suite, is an even bigger step that allows users to learn how to build Salesforce applications with sophisticated forecasting capabilities. Application Builder utilizes all these features and adds a new one –  Next Best Action, a rule engine that combines organization data stored in Salesforce with external data and processes it in Einstein to produce the next step for users at the optimal point in the Workflow Prompting a customer call, recommending meetings, etc. Users can learn how to create Salesforce applications that not only produce recommendations but also embed them in business processes to make customer-centric decisions at a time when they’re most required. Have a look at how the process of building a Salesforce app works: Create...

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