Our ASP.NET training course will get you to grips with a key Microsoft technology used across a wide range of industries for many web applications and Microsoft is continuing to broaden this range. ASP.NET applications combine performance and flexibility. The extensive .NET Framework libraries make it suitable for usage in many application areas and help to minimise development time. The course focuses on introducing the core language features, before quickly introducing libraries to allow accessing database (ADO.NET) and presentation techniques allowing creation of web based applications (ASP.NET). NET languages also allow multiple approaches to programming including object oriented, generic and functional.
.NET Framework and Visual Studio 2015
Creating .NET Solutions and Projects
Role of the Common Language Runtime
.NET Framework APIs for creating Applications
Discussion of alternative APIs for creating Applications with the .NET Framework (Windows/Web/Database)
Visual Studio 2013 tools
Lab: Create simple Project and use of Visual Studio Features
Introduction to C#/VB.NET
.NET Framework Class Library
Value and Reference types
Labs: Provide Input and Output functionality for common types; Create Methods to partition functionality
Loop Constructs (for, while, do/while)
Conditional Code (if, switch/Select Case)
Lab: Add flow of control statements to conditionally execute code
Structures and Classes
Class Diagrams/Class Details
Inheritance and Polymorphism
Lab: Create Classes to provide templates for types; Implement Polymorphism
Role of Generics in .NET
Generics and Generic Collections
Lab: Use generic collection to store objects
Introduction to Interfaces
Creating an Interface
Implementing an Interface
Lab: Use interfaces in to work with Generic Collections
Creating Robust Applications
Lab: Add exception handling
This section considers the basics of creating a Web Application using both the traditional Web Forms approach and the newer MVC approach. Mix and match features.
Introduction to ASP.NET Applications
Web Forms and HTML & Server controls
Using MVC Controllers and Actions
Routing and Navigation
Lab: Create a ASP.NET Application to allow user input and presentation of data
The role of the View Engine for MVC
Creating Common Look for Web Application
Layout and Master Pages
Lab: Apply Layout and Master Pages
Lab: Explore Configuration files
Working with Identity
Users and Roles
Lab: Use State and Identity within a Web Application
Error handling at page and application level
Create Custom Error Page
Labs: Add custom error page
Creating a Data Access Layer
Lab: Access data from a database
Simplified Querying and Manipulation of Data with Language Integrated Query LINQ
Discussion of how the use of these new features allows alternative ways of writing some programs.
Entity Framework options (Database, Model or Code First)
Labs: Manipulate data using LINQ; Access data using an Entity Data Model
Explore options for Data Sources
Data Controls (Web Forms)
Displaying data within Views (MVC)
Lab: Binding Data Controls to Data Source or Display data within Views
Use AJAX/jQuery to provide a responsive user interface
Provide Partial Page Update
Create Web API service to provide data
Obtain data using Web API
Lab: Implement Web API Service to provide data
Consideration of alternative ways in which Applications can be deployed
Copying Web Sites
Publish (publish to IIS or Azure!)
Lab: Publish Web Application
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