ASP.NET

  • ID: 62
  • 60.00 Hrs

Who Should attend

Anyone interested in learning programming language including fresh graduates and IT professionals.

Prerequisites

Students must be familiar with concepts in HTML, XML and Logical Programming Skills.

Course Description

.NET is both a business strategy from Microsoft and its collection of programming support for what are known as Web services, the ability to use the Web rather than your own computer for various services. Microsoft's goal is to provide individual and business users with a seamlessly interoperable and Web-enabled interface for applications and computing devices and to make computing activities increasingly Web browser-oriented. The .NET platform includes servers; building-block services, such as Web-based data storage; and device software.

This course provides basics of object oriented programming and also covers all the concepts of VB.NET, C#.NET, ASP.NET along with introduction to programming with .NET and database concepts.

Course Content

  • Introduction
    • A Review of Classic ASP
    • ASP.NET Web Applications
    • Rendering HTML with Server Controls
    • Data Binding in ASP.NET
    • Web Development Using Visual Studio
  • Working with Controls;
    • Introduction to Web Controls
    • Simple Input Controls
    • Hyperlink and Button Controls
    • List Controls
    • Controlling Focus
  • Accessing Data
    • Overview of ADO.NET
    • Connecting to Data
    • Executing Commands
    • Working with Data
    • Choosing an ADO.NET Provider
  • LINQ
    • Language Integrated Query
    • LINQ Syntax
    • LINQ to SQL
    • LINQ to DataSets
    • LINQ to XML
  • Configuration
    • Configuration Overview
    • Using the Web Site Administration Tool
    • Programming Configuration Files
    • Encrypting Configuration Sections
  • Data Binding
    • Introduction Data Source Controls
    • Reading and Write Data Using the SQL Data Source Control
    • Displaying and Editing Middle- Tier Data using the Data Source Control
    • Displaying XML Data Using the XML Data Source Control
  • Validating User Input
    • Overview of ASP.NET Validation Controls
    • Using the Simple Validators
    • Using the Complex Validators
    • Summarizing Results with the Validation Summary Control
    • Separating Validation into Validation Groups
  • Css
    • Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets
    • Investigating Styles
    • Using Visual Studio 2008’s Tools for Working with Styles
  • Themes and Master Pages
    • Creating a Consistent Web Site
    • ASP.NET 2.0 Themes
    • Master Pages
  • Site Navigation
    • ASP.NET Web Site Navigation
    • Creating an XML Site Map File
    • Site Navigation Controls
    • Using the Site Navigation API
    • URL Mapping
    • Security Trimming
  • Displaying Data with the GridView Control
    • Introducing the GridView Control
    • Filter Data in the GridView Control
    • Allow Users to Select from a Drop Down List in the Grid
    • Add a Hyperlink to the Grid
    • Deleting a Row and Handling Errors
  • Managing State
    • Conditional statements
    • Preserving State in Web Applications
    • Page – Level State
  • Using Cookies to Preserve State
    • ASP.NET Session State
    • Storing Objects in Session State
    • Configuring Session State
    • Setting Up an Out-of-Process State Server
    • Session State in SQL Server
    • Using Cookies less Session IDs
    • Application State
  • Managing Users with ASP.NET’s Membership Features
    • Introduction to Membership and Roles
    • Introduction to Membership and Roles
    • Using Membership Controls
    • Writing Code to Interact with Membership and Roles
  • Server Debugging
    • Server-Side Code Debugging in ASP.NET
    • Using the Visual Debugger
    • Debugging Exceptions and Handling Errors
    • Debugging Stored Procedures
  • Client-Side and Advanced Debugging
    • Client-Side Code Debugging in ASP.NET
    • Debugging Client-Side JavaScript
    • Custom Data Visualizers
    • Debugging .NET Framework Source Code
  • ASP.NET Tracing
    • Page-level Tracing
    • Programmatic Tracing
    • Web Configuration
    • Diagnostics Trace
    • Trace Viewer
    • Listeners and Trace Switches
    • WebPage Trace Listener
    • Monitor Application Health
  • Creating New Controls
    • Using-defined Controls
    • User Controls
    • Custom Controls
  • Improving Performance with Output Caching
    • Output Caching
    • Declarative Output Caching
    • Cache Page Fragments with Use Controls
    • Dynamic Content in Cached Pages
    • Set Caching Configuration Options
  • Advanced Caching Techniques
    • Caching Features in ASP.NET
    • Configure Output Caching
    • Expiration Policies
    • Database Changes
    • SQL Notifications for Cache Expiration
  • AJAX
    • Introduction to AJAX
    • Server-side AJAX Works
    • Controls in the AJAX Control Toolkit
    • Explore Client-Side AJAX
  • Using Data List and Repeater Controls
    • Repeater and Data List Controls
    • Templates and Styles
    • Bind Data to the Repeater and Data List Controls
  • Creating and Consuming Web Services
    • XML Web Service in Visual Studio
    • Test and Run Your Web Service
    • Web Service from a .NET Client
    • Explore the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)
  • Using the List View and Database Controls
    • List View Features
    • List View Design Support in Visual Studio
    • Convert Static Pages to Dynamic Pages
    • Implementing Paging in the List View Control
  • Reading and Writing XML Using the XML DOM
    • Reading and Writing XML Programmatically
    • Important Classes in the System XML Namespace
    • Create XML Documents
  • ASP.NET Profile Features
    • Introduction to ASP.NET’s Profile Features
    • Create Profile Schema in Web.config
    • Work with ASP.NET’s Profile Object Programmatically
    • Manage Anonymous Users and their Profiles
    • Build and Use a Custom Profile Provider
  • Empowering User with Web Parts
    • Personalization Features
    • Web Part Server Controls
    • Code to Control Web Parts
    • Create Web Parts Controls
  • ASP.NET Extensions
    • Features of ASP.NET Extensions
    • Deploy Web Applications
    • Enable the Browser’s Back Button with AJAX Pages

Career Path

Future of .NET for the next 10 years is going to be very bright with lot of corporates being Microsoft shops. Companies looking to implement Web 2.0 technologies also want to see IT professionals with skills in areas such as .NET, AJAX and XML.

Schedules

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* Above schedule may change due to unavoidable reasons