100 Terms to Help Prepare for the Platform App Builder Exam

Julie Contino |
 Salesforce |
 Sep 1, 2021

The Salesforce Platform App Builder Certification Exam can be a very challenging one. It’s an exam designed for individuals who have experience designing and building applications efficiently on the Lightning platform. Those looking to pass the exam should be familiar with concepts including designing custom applications and their user interfaces, their data model, and their security. Individuals should also be familiar with how to customize applications on mobile, design reports and dashboards, and deploy custom applications. For more information on the Platform App Builder Certification Exam, the full exam guide can be found on Trailhead.

In preparation for the exam, I put together terms and questions as a study tool for the certification. In order to pass the Platform App Builder Certification Exam, it is imperative to understand the different tools at your disposal and what their use cases are. Once it comes time to sit for the exam, knowing these concepts and terms well will help you when identifying the scenarios described in each question. I hope that this set of terms and questions are a useful tool that helps you prepare for the exam!

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Julie Anna Contino

Julie Anna Contino

Jr. Developer

Julie Anna is a junior developer with a passion for learning and problem-solving. She graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and has four years of development experience. She's excited to be a part of the Salesforce ecosystem and combine her previous experience with her passion for helping clients thrive.

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