Microsoft asp.net Training

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ASP stands for Active Server Pages. It provides us a dynamic environment to develop Dynamic websites, Web Applications and Web Services. XPERT INFOTECH provides asp.net training according to the current requirement of IT industry. It is basically a server-side scripting language designed for the Windows Platform, although it is available on Unix/Linux systems through new systems, although PHP is the more popular choice for this platform. Active Server Pages is based around VBScript, a variant of Visual Basic, which makes it very easy to use as the majority of the commands are plain English and simple to decipher.

ASP is a server-side scripting language. Basically what this means is that if an ASP page is requested, the web server will process it and run all the ASP code, before sending the output to the browser. This has two major advantages over client-side (processed by the browser) scripts like JavaScript. The first is that there are no compatibility problems.

It doesn’t matter if the user is using the latest browser or the oldest, they will see the same output. The second is that your code is hidden. Because code is executed on the server, users only ever see the output, so it is safe to put passwords etc. in your ASP code.

ASP.Net Training provided by Real time ASP.Net Developer of our company, has more than 4 years of domain experience.

After completion of 75% of classroom training (with all practical), student will go through 2 Major Projects Training and 1 Live Project Training under the guidance of our Well experienced .net developer.

After being hands-on in projects as well as .net development concepts students will go through interview preparation and recruitment process in IT Industry.

Course Fee Duration 6 Weeks
Introduction to .NET
  • Overview of the .NET Framework
  • How .NET is Different from Traditional Programming
  • Common Language Runtime (CLR)
  • Common Language Specification (CLS)
  • Common Type System (CTS)
  • .NET Assemblies
  • Common Language Specification (CLS)
  • Common Type System (CTS)
  • .NET Assemblies
  • .NET Namespaces
  • .NET Framework Class Library
Language Fundamentals
  • C# Program Structure
  • Defining Namespaces
  • Understanding C# Data Types
  • Defining Variables and Constants
  • Comparing Value Types versus Reference Types
  • Working with Operators and Expressions
  • Performing Type Conversions
  • Using Console I/O
  • Formatting Numbers, Date and Times
Functions and Parameters
  • Defining Static and Instance Functions
  • Passing Parameters by value and by reference
  • Overloading Functions
  • Optional Parameters
  • Using Variable Length Parameter Lists
Collections
  • Defining and Using Arrays
  • Understanding System.Array
  • Using .NET Collections
  • Working with ArrayLists and Hashtables
  • Working with Lists and Dictionaries
  • Introducing LINQ
Introducing ASP.NET
  • Overview of ASP.NET 4.0
  • Understanding Client-Side vs. Server-Side Execution
  • Working with Web Forms
  • Understanding ASP.NET Application Folders
  • Using Web.config
Using Controls
  • Working with HTML Controls
  • Working with Web Controls
  • Creating Controls at Runtime
  • Defining and Using Custom User Controls
Validation
  • Understanding the ASP.NET Validation Controls
  • Performing Client-Side Validation
  • Performing Server-Side Validation
  • Using the Regular Expression Validator
  • Customizing Validation
  • Working with Validation Groups
Maintaining State
  • Understanding why the Web is Stateless
  • Maintaining State within ASP.NET Applications
  • Using the Application Object
  • Using the Session Object
  • Using the ViewState Object
  • Reading and Writing Cookies
  • Using the Query String
Using XML
  • Understanding XML and XML Schemas
  • Reading XML Data with a DataSet
  • Writing XML Data with a DataSet
Securing ASP.NET Applications
  • Understanding the ASP.NET 4.0 Security Models
  • Authenticating Users
  • Authorization User Requests
  • Using the ASP.NET Login Controls
  • Using the ASP.NET Web Site Administration Tool
Deploying ASP.NET Applications
  • Overview of ASP.NET Deployment Options
  • Using Copy Web Site Tool
  • Using Publish Web Site Tool
  • Using Web Setup Projects
Asp.Net AJAX
  • Conceptual Overview about Ajax Technology
  • Using Asp.net Ajax Control Toolkits
  • Using Server Side Asp.Net Ajax
  • Using Client Side Asp.Net Ajax
  • Client-Side JavaScript programming
  • Microsoft Client Library for Ajax
  • Remote method calls with ASP.NET Ajax
LINQ AND C#
  • Generics, Delegates, Anonymous Methods, Enumerartors&Yeild
  • Local Type Interface, Lamda Expressions
  • Extension Methods, Object Initialization Expressions
  • Anonymous Types, Query Expressions
  • LINQ Queries
  • Query Operators
  • Conversion Operators
  • LINQ to SQL, DataSet, Entities
  • LINQ to XML API
  • LINQ to XML Queries
WCF (Windows Communication Foundation)
  • Architecture of WCF
  • Project Template of WCF
  • WCF Composition
  • Building a WCF Service
  • Hosting a WCF Service
  • WCF Client Application building
MICROSOFT SILVERLIGHT and WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation)
  • WPF in ASP.NET 4.0
  • WPF / E – Every Where Concept
  • SilverLight and Media
  • Working with JavaScript
  • Client-side Programming SilverLight
  • Server-side Programming SilverLight
  • XAML [Extensible Application Markup Language]
  • Developing SilverLight Pages with Visual Studio 2010 or Microsoft Blend
jQUERY
  • Introduction
  • The magic dollar sign ($) and a chain of operations
  • jQuery Selectors
  • Document.Ready()
  • ASP .NET and JQuery
  • Consuming ASP .NET web services using jQuery
  • JSON serialized web service
  • Consuming a web service using ASP .NET AJAX
  • Consuming a web service using jQuery
  • Client Templating
  • How to use jTemplate
  • ASP .NET client templating engine
  • Calling a page method from jQuery
Introduction to Visual Studio
  • Setting Profiles
  • Creating a Project
  • Using the Code Editor
  • Setting Project Properties
  • Adding References
  • Compiling a Program
  • Running a Program
  • Debugging a Program
  • Using the MSDN (Help)
Conditionals and Looping
  • if/else
  • switch
  • while and do/while
  • while and do/while
  • for
  • foreach
Exception Handling
  • What are Exceptions?
  • .NET Exception Hierarchy
  • Catching Exceptions
  • Throwing Exceptions
  • Managing Resources with Finally
Object-Oriented Programming
  • Overview of Object-Oriented Programming
  • Defining and Using Classes
  • Extending .NET Classes via Inheritance
  • Defining and Implementing Interfaces
  • Understanding the Role of Interfaces in .NET
  • Working With Enumerations
Creating ASP.NET Pages
  • Building ASP.NET Pages
  • Using Page Directives
  • Working with the Code-Behind Model
  • Understanding the Life-cycle of a Web Form
  • Handling Page Events
Handling Events
  • Understanding the Event Driven Programming Model
  • Writing Event Handlers
  • Understanding PostBack versus Non-PostBack Events
  • Sharing Event Handlers between Events
  • Using Global.asax
Master Pages
  • Understanding the Master Page Architecture
  • Designing a Master Page
  • Designing Content Pages
ADO.NET
  • Understanding the ADO.NET Object Model
  • Connected vs. Disconnected Access
  • Using a Connection to Connect to a Data Source
  • Using a Command to Execute Queries and Stored Procedures
  • Using a DataReader to Work with Cursors
  • Using the DataSet with Disconnected Data
  • Using DataAdapters with DataSets
Data Binding
  • Understanding ASP.NET Data Binding
  • Examining ASP.NET Data Bound Controls
  • Using the ListBox Control
  • Using the GridView Control
  • Using the DetailsView Control
  • Using the FormView Control
Introduction to Web Services
  • Overview of Web Services
  • Creating a Web Service
  • Using WSDL and Proxy Classes
  • Consuming a Web Service

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