Salesforce platform provides a handy tool called Schema Builder so you can see your entity relationship model in action.
- From Setup, search for Schema Builder in the Quick Find box. When you initially open Schema Builder, you see all the custom and standard objects in your org.
- Clear all current selections. From the Select from menu, choose Custom Objects and then select all. You see something like this:
No-Code and Low-Code Development
- It can be surprising to hear, but the Salesforce platform encourages you to minimize code. And it’s not because we don’t love code. It’s because the platform’s metadata-driven architecture lets you complete most basic development tasks without ever writing a line.
- Salesforce offers a host of tools for point-and-click—or declarative—development. In fact, someone without any coding knowledge at all can develop entire apps in Salesforce using prebuilt components and point-and-click tools.
- Some development tasks, like writing validation rules or hooking up components with UI elements, are considered low code. That means they require some basic programmatic knowledge to complete, but aren’t so rigorous that they’re considered programmatic.
For example, if you know something about logic, conditions, and CRUD operations, you can do more with Process Builder.
The no-code and low-code development capabilities that the Salesforce platform provides means that you,
- As a developer, can move faster.
- If you’re the only person at your company developing on Salesforce,
- You can use the platform’s many declarative tools to build more in less time.
- If you’re working on a team with non-coders, you can leave the declarative development tasks to them while you double down on more code-intensive projects.
This training information is very useful to learn about Schema builder in Salesforce.