An account is an organization, company or consumer you wish to follow. For example, a customer, partner or competitor
An event, a task, a call you've logged, or an e-mail you've sent. An activity can be associated with other records (an account, a track, an opportunity or a query).
A set of elements (home page, tabs, component, etc.) grouped together for a specific use.
This is a file containing information. You can decide to "commit" the data or continue making modifications. The branch by default is called "master" and points to the target environment (often the production environment). If you want to run tests on Scratch Orgs (see definition), these tests will be run on parallel branches, which are not master.
Marketing initiative such as advertising, direct mail or conferences, designed to generate leads and brand awareness.
"Continuous integration" or "Continuous Distribution". A method of working that involves constantly checking, at the slightest change in the code, that revisions do not cause regression or malfunction. This approach automates part of the app development process, setting up monitoring devices to ensure that everything is running smoothly.
Recording and archiving changes on Git. In concrete terms, you can "commit" modifications by clicking on a button of the same name.
Occurs when two or more people modify the same piece of code.
Contacts are the people associated with your accounts.
The term DevOps comes from the English word for "development operations", meaning that development and administration are carried out at the same time. It encompasses a set of tools and practices designed to automate the development lifecycle. This translates into increased deliveries on shorter implementations to better meet customer needs.
A versioning system is used to create and store multiple versions of code, making it easier for several people to manage the development of code.
A centralized remote repository.
Organization or company to which an account is assigned. By specifying the parent of an account, you can obtain a global view of all parent-affiliate relationships using the Show hierarchy link.
Merger of two GIT branches.
Metadata in Salesforce is information that describes objects, fields, processes, and other configuration elements in the Salesforce organization. It stores information about how the Salesforce organization is configured, rather than about the data itself.
Switch data between different environments.
Single instance of a Salesforce object.
Field that can be added in addition to the standard fields to customize Salesforce to your organization's needs.
Customized records to store information specific to your organization.