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SFDX Simple App

THIS PROJECT IS NO LONGER MAINTAINED. To learn about Salesforce Development with version control see the Trailhead project Develop an App with Salesforce CLI and Source Control.

The Salesforce Developer Experience (SFDX) starts with source code living in your version control system.

Set Up the Salesforce DX Project

Our first goal is to set up a developer project which we'll use to modify our application. It starts by cloning the repository. Use the command ...

git clone https://github.com/forcedotcom/sfdx-simple.git

… or ...

git clone git@github.com:forcedotcom/sfdx-simple.git

… to clone the repository. Then, open the directory.

cd sfdx-simple

Steps

Authorize to your Developer Hub (Dev Hub) org.

sfdx force:auth:web:login -d -a "Hub Org"

If you already have an authorized Dev Hub, set it as the default:

sfdx force:config:set defaultdevhubusername=<username|alias>

Create a scratch org.

sfdx force:org:create -s -f config/project-scratch-def.json

If you want to use an existing scratch org, set it as the default:

sfdx force:config:set defaultusername=<username|alias>

Push your source.

sfdx force:source:push

Run your tests.

sfdx force:apex:test:run
sfdx force:apex:test:report -i <id>

Open the scratch org.

sfdx force:org:open --path one/one.app

Resources

For details on using sfdx-simple, please review the Salesforce DX Developer Guide.

Description of Files and Directories

  • sfdx-project.json: Required by Salesforce DX. Configures your project. Use this file to specify the parameters that affect your Salesforce development project.
  • config/project-scratch-def.json: Sample file that shows how to define the shape of a scratch org. You reference this file when you create your scratch org with the force:org:create command.
  • force-app: Directory that contains the source for the sample Force.com app and tests.
  • .project: Required by the Eclipse IDE. Describes the Eclipse project.
  • .gitignore: Optional Git file. Specifies intentionally untracked files that you want Git (or in this case GitHub) to ignore.

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