We are providing courses in 3 different level, Basic, Advanced and Full Course (Basic to Advanced + Project Work).
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Basic knowledge in Programming(C# or VB knowledge is compulsory)
The course is mainly for those who are having basic knowledge in programming. The course covers all the fundamental skills that are required to design and develop an interactive Websites in Microsoft Visual Studio .NET development environment.
Basic knowledge in ASP .net(C# or VB knowledge is compulsory)
The objective of this course is to provide students with an understanding about building GUIs for web-based applications and web services. Another objective is to teach students how to develop an interactive websites under Visual Studio Environment, with an emphasis on the usage of Controls. The course covers all major language features including Master Pages, AJAX Toolkit, Web Part Controls, and ADO.Net. We are also covering LINQ, WCF, Web Services and Introducing Sliver Light
Module 1: Web Parts Controls
♦ Overview of the WebParts Controls
♦ Creating a Simple WebParts Page
♦ The WebPartManager Control
♦ The CatalogZone Control
♦ The EditorZone Control
♦ The WebPartZone Control
♦ The ConnectionsZone Control
♦ The PageCatalogPart Controls
Module 2: Database Controls
♦ Connected & Disconnected Data Architectures in ADO.NET
♦ The SQLDataSource Control
♦ The ObjectDataSource Control
♦ The XMLDataSource Control
♦ The LinqDataSource Control
♦ The AccessDataSource Control
♦ Introduction to Data-Bound Controls
Module 3: Dynamic Data Controls
♦ The DynamicControl Control
♦ The DynamicDataManger Control
♦ The DynamicEntity Control
♦ The DynamicFilter Control
♦ The DynamicHyperlink Control
♦ The DynamicValidator Control
Module 4: Master Pages and Themes
♦ Creating Simple and Nested Master Pages
♦ Creating a Web Form using a Master Page
♦ Exploring Themes
♦ Using Cascading Style Sheet
Module 5: Introducing ASP.NET AJAX
♦ Traditional and ASP.Net AJAX Web Applications
♦ New features of ASP.NET AJAX
♦ AJAX Server Controls
♦ Creating an ASP.NET AJAX Application
♦ Creating jQuery Web Application
Module 6: Introducing Language-Integrated Query
♦ Describing LINQ Queries
♦ Describing Standard Query Operators
♦ Exploring the LINQ to ADO.NET Technology
♦ Describing PLINQ
Module 7: Working with Silverlight Applications
♦ Need for Using Silverlight
♦ New Features of Silverlight
♦ Silverlight Architecture
♦ Developing a Silverlight Application
Module 8: Windows Presentation Foundation
♦ Exploring XAML Browser Applications
♦ Implementing Typography in WPF
♦ Exploring New Controls in WPF
♦ Using DataGrid Control
♦ Using DataPicker Control
♦ Using Calendar Control
Module 9: Web, WCF, and Cloud Service
♦ Using a Web Service
♦ Using WCF Service
♦ Cloud Service
Module 10: Introduction to MVC
♦ ASP.NET MVC Architecture
♦ ASP.NET MVC Framework
♦ Creating an MVC Application
The objective of this course is to provide students with an understanding about Asp.Net. For this course the student should familiar with Basic knowledge in Programming specially in C# or VB.. The course covers all major language features including Master Pages, AJAX Toolkit, Web Part Controls, and ADO.Net. We are also covering LINQ, WCF, Web Services and Introducing Sliver Light. . At the end of the course we are providing a Project Work (Case Study), so the students will get in -depth knowledge of the creating an interactive websites in subject to the real world applications.
♦ ASP.NET Website by Using the Copy Web Site Utility
♦ Publishing a Website
♦ ASP.Net website by using the MSI Installer
♦ Using XCOPY Deployment
♦ Deploying by Using One-Click Publish
ASP.NET is the new offering for Web developers from the Microsoft .It is not simply the next-generation of ASP; in fact, it is a completely re-engineered and enhanced technology that offers much, much more than traditional ASP and can increase productivity significantly.
This course presents all the essential tools, libraries, components and best practices that today's Web developers must utilize while building leading-edge ASP.NET Web applications.
It begins by explaining the different Web application architectures and project types supported by Visual Studio .
A web application in ASP.NET is a collection of pages, controls, code modules, and services all running under a single web server application directory (usually IIS). ASP.NET makes it really easy to build the types of dynamic web applications that exist everywhere on the Internet today.
Next, it introduces the different types of Web controls that are at the developer's disposal. User controls and master pages demonstrate the power of code reuse while the site navigation controls can be use to simplify navigation for the Web users.
A thorough explanation of ADO.NET is covered using the latest Web data controls. Students will also learn about the ASP.NET provider model introduced with .NET and newer. Web Parts are also extensively covered for use on ASP.NET Web sites.
We also provides flexible timing to meet the customer's requirement,
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHAT IS NEW IN ASP.NET ?
Microsoft released ASP.NET on November 19, 2007. Along with it, was released Visual Studio . This evolution from ASP.NET to ASP.NET is quiet gradual. ASP.NET uses the same engine as that of ASP.NET , with some extra features added on top of it..
New Features in ASP.NET.
In ASP.NET , ASP.NET AJAX is integrated into the .NET Framework
ASP.NET Merge Tool
ASP.NET provides better support to IIS7. IIS7 and ASP.NET modules and handlers support unified configuration.
You can have multiple versions of ASP.NET on the same machine.
For those who are wondering what happened to ASP.NET 3.0, well there isn't anything called ASP.NET 3.0.
VS 2002 worked with ASP.NET 1.0, VS 2003 worked with ASP.NET 1.1, and VS 2005 worked with ASP.NET . However VS supports multi-targeting, i.e it works with ASP.NET , and ASP.NET .
WHAT IS .NET FRAMEWORK?
.NET Framework is a group of few technologies:
DOT NET Framework Class Library - contains thousands of classes organized logically through a namespaces. You can add these classes in your web or Windows application where needed to reduce developing time
CLR (Common Language Runtime) - is engine for executing .NET applications. It also provides memory management, optimization and security check
DOT NET Languages - are programming languages used to write .NET Framework applications. There are more than a hundred programming languages and variants supported by .NET Framework. The most popular are C#, VB.NET and C++ .NET.
ASP.NET - is the engine that works together with a web server, like Internet Information Server (IIS), to host web applications and XML web services.
WHAT IS IIS?
IIS is Microsoft's web server solution. ASP.NET runs inside IIS to provide a dynamic web application solution.
WHAT PLATFORMS DOES THE .NET FRAMEWORK RUN ON?
The .Net Framework runs on Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000, NT Server 4.0, Windows 98, or Windows ME, although ASP.NET runs only on the first 3.