ASP.NET 4.0 Web Forms Programming Using C#
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Students Will Learn:
- Using Visual Studio to create C# applications
- Working with .NET data types
- Creating variables with the proper scope and using operators to build complex expressions
- Designing and using classes
- Using control structures such as if, while and for
- Using procedures to build complex applications
- Throwing and trapping exceptions using the try and catch statements
- Using single and multi-dimensional arrays
- Working with .NET collections
- Using LINQ to make queries
- Defining and implementing interfaces
- Working with enumerations
- Creating ASP.NET form-based applications
- Using HTML server controls, Web controls and validation controls on a Web page
- Building and using user controls
- Creating and attaching CSS files using Visual Studio
- Creating event handlers to respond to control events
- Building master pages
- Managing state in a Web application
- Accessing databases using ADO.NET and displaying data on Web pages
- Using DataSet to work with XML data
- Implementing authentication and authorization on ASP.NET pages
- Deploying a Web application
Course Description: This course provides students with hands on experience using Visual Studio to create dynamic web sites with ASP.NET Web Forms and the .NET 4.0 Framework using C#. The class provides a thorough introduction to the C# programming language, including coverage of the essentials of the C# programming language, built in data types, operators, control structures, classes and methods, collections and exception handling.
Students then learn how to leverage the power of the .NET Framework to build web user interfaces. Students learn how to build ASP.NET Web Form applications and work with a variety of ASP.NET controls, including validation controls and user controls. Students explore why state management is difficult within web sites and learn different ASP.NET techniques for managing state, including working with application, session and view state objects.
Students also learn how to use ADO.NET to interact with databases and XML files. Students learn how ASP.NET uses data binding to display data in controls such as the GridView and ListView. The course also presents differences in functionality and tools utilized in versions 4.0 and 4.5 of the .NET framework.
Other topics include: using a Web.config file to control application configuration; using master pages to provide a consistent look and feel to a web site; working with cookies; reading and writing files; and deploying ASP.NET applications. Comprehensive labs provide the students with extensive experience creating and deploying dynamic ASP.NET Web Form sites.
This course provides thorough coverage of the use of Web Forms for web sites. Students requiring additional coverage of ASP.NET MVC, WCF, Windows Forms or Windows Presentation Foundation should contact HOTT or refer to HOTT's complete course listing for additional training courses.
Students who are already familiar with C# language syntax may want to take the 3-day ASP.NET 4.0 Web Forms Programming for Experienced C# Programmers course instead.
Course Prerequisites: Knowledge of fundamental HTML syntax is helpful, but not required. Prior experience with a scripting or programming language is required.
Follow-up Courses: Advanced .NET Framework Programming Using C#, Advanced ASP.NET Application Development Using C# and AJAX, Test Driven Development (TDD), and Refactoring Legacy Code Using C#, Test Driven Development (TDD) Using C#
ASP.NET 4.0 Web Forms Programming Using C# Course Overview:
|Introduction to .NET
||Introduction to Visual Studio
||Conditionals and Looping
|Methods and Parameters
|Overview of ASP.NET
||Creating ASP.NET Web Forms
|Securing ASP.NET Applications
||Deploying ASP.NET Applications
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