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ASP.NET Training Class

ASP.NET 4.0 Web Forms Programming Using C#

Duration: 5 Days | Price: $2595 *California residents call for pricing. | Class Dates:

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Students Will Learn:

  • C# Language Syntax
  • .NET Framework Base Class Library
  • Managing Run-time Exceptions
  • Using Web Forms & Handling Events
  • Working with ASP.NET Server Controls
  • Designing Master Pages
  • Managing State
  • Interacting with Databases
  • Using ASP.NET Data Bound Controls
  • Building Secure Web Sites

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
  • 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
  • Microsoft Intermediate Language (CIL)
  • .NET Namespaces
  • .NET Framework Class Library
Introduction to Visual Studio
  • Creating a Project
  • Using the Code Editor
  • Correcting Syntax Errors
  • Setting Project Properties
  • Adding References
  • Compiling a Program
  • Running a Program
  • Debugging a Program
  • Using the MSDN (Help)
Language Fundamentals
  • C# Program Structure
  • Defining Namespaces
  • Understanding C# Data Types
  • Defining Variables and Constants
  • Comparing Value Types vs. Reference Types
  • Working with Operators and Expressions
  • Performing Type Conversions
  • Using Console I/O
  • Formatting Numbers, Date and Times
Conditionals and Looping
  • if/else
  • switch
  • while and do/while
  • for
  • foreach
Methods and Parameters
  • Defining Static and Instance Methods
  • Passing Parameters by value and by reference
  • Overloading Methods
  • Using Variable Length Parameter Lists
Exception Handling
  • What are Exceptions?
  • .NET Exception Hierarchy
  • Catching Exceptions
  • Throwing Exceptions
  • Managing Resources with Finally
  • Defining and Using Arrays
  • Understanding System.Array
  • .NET Collections vs Generic Collections
  • Working with Lists
  • Working with Dictionaries
  • Using LINQ to Objects
Object-Oriented Programming
  • Overview of Object-Oriented Programming
  • Building Classes
  • Defining Properties
  • Using Auto-Implemented Properties
  • Defining Methods
  • Understanding Constructors
  • Extending .NET Classes via Inheritance
  • Defining and Implementing Interfaces
  • Understanding the Role of Interfaces in .NET
Overview of ASP.NET
  • Overview of ASP.NET
  • Client-Side vs. Server-Side Code Execution
  • Understanding the ASP.NET HTTP Pipeline
  • Working with HTML and HTML5
  • Understanding ASP.NET Application Folders
  • Using Web.config
Creating ASP.NET Web Forms
  • Building ASP.NET Web Forms
  • Using Page Directives
  • Working with the Code-Behind Model
  • Understanding the Life-cycle of a Web Form
  • Handling Page Events
Using Controls
  • Working with Web Controls
  • Using Text- and Button-Based Controls
  • Using List Controls
  • Examining Other Web Server Controls
  • Defining and Using User Controls
Handling Events
  • Writing Event Handlers
  • Sharing Event Handlers
  • Understanding PostBack versus Non-PostBack Events
  • Using Global.asax
  • Understanding Validation Controls
  • Performing Client-Side Validation
  • Performing Server-Side Validation
  • Using the Required Field Validator
  • Using the Comparison and Range Validators
  • Using the Regular Expression Validator
  • Customizing Validation
  • Working with Validation Groups
  • Unobtrusive Validation
Master Pages
  • Understanding the Master Page Architecture
  • Designing a Master Page
  • Designing Content Pages
Maintaining State
  • 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
  • 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
Using XML
  • Understanding XML and XML Schemas
  • Reading XML Data with a DataSet
  • Writing XML Data with a DataSet
Data Binding
  • Understanding ASP.NET Data Binding
  • Examining ASP.NET Data Bound Controls
  • Using the ListBox Control
  • Using the GridView Control
  • Using the ListView Control
  • Using the DetailsView Control
  • Using the FormView Control
  • Using the Chart Control
Securing ASP.NET Applications
  • Understanding the ASP.NET Security Model
  • Authenticating Users
  • Authorizing User Requests
  • Using the Login Controls
  • Using the ASP.NET Web Site Administration Tool
Deploying ASP.NET Applications
  • Understanding Deployment Issues
  • Configuring an ASP.NET Application for Deployment
  • Using XCOPY Deployment
  • Using Visual Studio to Deploy a Web Application

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– M.M., Aerospace Testing Alliance

"I was extremely impressed with the instructor knowledge, teaching ability, and organization. I wasvery impressed and learned a lot. I signed up for the advanced .NET classes."
– C.B., IssueTrak, Inc.

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