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.NET Training

Please contact if you require us to cover any other ASP.NET material

Following topics will be covered as part of ASP.NET training.

Students will be evaluated during pre-registration process for the required skill set.

 

Training Objective: To master the fundamentals of ASP.NET 2.0 and C# for building web applications.

Course Duration: 4 Weeks

Price: $1,000

Training Outline

  • Overview of .NET Framework
    • What is .NET framework
    • Common Language Runtime
    • Class Libraries
    • Common Type System
    • Support for various languages
    • Runtime hosts
    • What is new in .NET Framework version 2.0
  • Overview of Visual Studio 2005 IDE
    • What is new with Visual Studio 2005
    • Navigation
    • Project Types
    • Creating new projects
    • Windows and Web projects
    • Toolbox and UI Components
    • User Controls
    • Debugging
    • Developing Hello World program as web app and windows app
  • C# language Fundamentals and OOPS concepts
    • Program structure and statements
    • Data types, identifiers, and operators
    • Comments, XML comments
    • Branching and iteration
    • Working with strings
    • Arrays, structures, and enumerations
    • Classes and namespaces, objects
    • Inheritance, overloading, overriding
    • Interfaces
    • Exceptions
    • Generics, partial types, anonymous methods, and iterators
  • Introduction to ASP.NET
    • What is ASP.NET
    • Web Applications
    • ASP.NET Page Lifecycle
    • Rendering HTML with Server Controls
    • New Features in ASP.NET 2.0
    • Designer Features
    • Deployment and Configuration Tools
  • State Management
    • State management overview
    • Page-Level State
    • Using Cookies to Preserve State
    • ASP.NET Session State
    • Storing Objects in Session State
    • Application State
  • Creating New Controls
    • Two Kinds of User-Defined Controls
    • Creating a User Control
    • A More Complex User Control
    • Creating a Custom Control
  • Working with Controls
    • Introduction to Web Controls
    • Simple Input Controls
    • HyperLink and Button Controls
    • List Controls
    • Controlling Focus
    • The Calendar Control
    • The AdRotator Control
    • The XML Control
  • Validating User Input
    • Overview of ASP.NET Validation Controls
    • Using the Simple Validators
    • Using the Complex Validators
    • Summarizing Results with the ValidationSummary Control
    • Separating Validation into Validation Groups
  • Accessing Data
    • Overview of ADO.NET
    • Connecting to Data
    • Executing Commands
    • Working with Data
    • Choosing an ADO.NET Provider
  • GridView Control
    • Introducing the GridView Control
    • Filter Data in the GridView Control
    • Allow Users to Select from a DropDownList in the Grid
    • Add a Hyperlink to the Grid
    • Deleting a Row and Handling Errors
  • Using the DataList and Repeater Controls
    • Overview of List-Bound Controls
    • Creating a Repeater Control
    • Creating a DataList Control
  • Debugging ASP.NET Applications
    • Using the Visual Studio Debugging Features
    • Handling Errors and Redirecting Users
  • Configuration
    • Configuration Overview
    • Using the Web Site Administration Tool
    • Programming Configuration Files
    • Encrypting Configuration Sections
  • Themes and Master Pages
    • Creating a Consistent Web Site
    • ASP.NET 2.0 Themes
    • Master Pages
  • Tracing
    • Using Page-Level Tracing
    • Using Application-Level Tracing
    • Using Web Events
    • Viewing Information With the Web Development Helper
  • Data Binding
    • Introducing Data Source Controls
    • Reading and Write Data Using the SqlDataSource Control
    • Displaying and Editing Middle-Tier Data using the ObjectDataSource Control
    • Displaying XML Data Using the XmlDataSource Control
  • Creating and Consuming Web Services
    • The Motivation for XML Web Services
    • Creating an XML Web Service with Visual Studio
    • Designing XML Web Services
    • Creating Web Service Consumers
    • Discovering Web Services Using UDDI
  • Introduction to AJAX Controls
  • Conclusion
 
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