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Chapter 1: .NET Introduction
- 1.1 Introduction to .NET, Architecture, Framework
- 1.2 .NET File execution, CLR with their components.
- 1.3 Visual studio versions, framework versions.
- 1.4 Understand Project and solutions
Chapter 2: Programming using C#.NET
- 2.1 Introduction to C#.NET
- 2.2 Built in Class libraries, Writing C#.NET program,CTS Working with Console class, Covert class, DateTime class etc.,
- 2.3Control structures if,switch, loops
Chapter 3: OOPs using C#
- 3.1 Oops concepts ( Encapsulation, Abstraction, Inheritance, Polymorphism)
- 3.2 OOPS using C#.NET (Abstract classes, Interfaces, POCO Classes)
- 3.3 Methods Parameterized methods ( ref, out, params)
- 3.4 Static class, partial class, sealed class
- 3.5 Exception Handling
- 3.6 Collections & Generics
- 3.7 Assemblies & Class libraries
Chapter 4: SQL Server
- 4.1 Introduction to RDBMS
- 4.2 Working with DDL, DML commands
- 4.3 Crud operations using Queries
- 4.4 Crud operations using Stored Procedures
- 4.5 Examples to perform CRUD operations
Chapter 5: Web Application Development Using Client side technologies
- 5.1 HTML Concepts
- 5.2 CSS Concepts
- 5.4 Jquery Concepts
- 5.5 AJAX Concepts
- 5.6 XML format
Chapter 6: ASP.NET
- 6.1 Introduction to Web Application, WebSite, Web Server, Web Browsers,Web Page.
- 6.2 Client side and Server side scripting.
- 6.3 GET and POST methods
- 6.4 HTTP protocol, URL, response object, request object.
- 6.5 Asp.net Page Submission process, ASP.NET page level events.
Chapter 7: Web Server Controls
- 7.1 Creating Web application, Using Server Side Tools, Sample programs using controls like (Textbox, Label, Literal, Checkbox, RadioButton,etc.,
Chapter 8: LIST Controls
- 8.1 Dynamic Polymorphism, Real-time examples using List Controls(CheckboxList, RadioButtonList, BulletedList, DropDownList,ListBox).
Chapter 9: Postback
- 9.1 Working with Postback,IsPostBack, AutopostBack, CrossPagePostback.Demo
Chapter 10: Other controls
- 10.1 Calendar Control, File upload control, Adrotator Control, MultiView Control
Chapter 11: Validation Controls
- 11.1 RequiredFieldValidator, RangeValidator, REgularExpressionValidator,CompareValidator, CustomValidator, ValidationSummary
Chapter 12: Page Redirection
- 12.1 LinkButton, HyperLink,Response.Redirect,Server.Transfer,Server.Execute
Chapter 13: Master Pages
- 13.1 Introduction, Sample Example
Chapter 14: ADO.NET
- 14.1 Introduction.
- 14.2 Connection and Disconnection Oriented Model differences.
- 14.3 Classes used in SQL Server (System.Data.SqlClient).
- 14.4 ConnectionString, Establishing DB Connection.
- 14.5 CRUD Operations using SqlCommand class methods ExecuteReader(),ExecuteScalar(), ExecuteNonQuery..
Chapter 15: DataBound Controls
- 15.1 DataBoundControls(GridView, FormView, DetailsView)DataSource Controls(SqlDataSource, XMLDataSource, ObjectDataSource,etc.,)Demo, Task.
Chapter 16: Working with POCO classes
- 16.1 Handling objects/entities using Linq.
- 16.2 Linq To SQL.
Chapter 17: Linq
- 17.1 Linq Architecture.
- 17.2 Linq type query.
- 17.3 Sql Like Queries.
Chapter 18: LinqToSql (ORM)
- 18.1 To interact with Sql Server database.
- 18.2 Simplify database interaction.
Chapter 19: 3-Tier Architecture
- 19.1 Introduction, Importance.
- 19.2 Different Layers and Tiers.
- 19.3 Example/Demo.
Chapter 20: Exception Handling in ASP.NET
- 20.1 Structured Exception Handling, Page Level exception Handling,Application Level Exception Handling.
Chapter 21: State Management Techniques
- 21.1 Introduction, Default HTTP State, Introduction, Default HTTP State,Working with viewstate, Querystring,session, cookies,Cache, Application Working with web.config file
Chapter 22: IIS
- 22.1 Working with IIS, Installation of IIS,Hosting application in IIS Difference between IIS and IISExpress App Pool, App Domain.
Chapter 23: ASP.NET Security
- 23.1 Authentication and Authorization Examples on Anonymous Authentication,Windows Authentication,Forms(Web) Authentication and authorization.
Chapter 24: Web Services
- 24.1 Introduction, Advantages, SOA, SOAP, WSDL, UDDI Creating a Web Service, Consuming Web Service..
Chapter 25: MVC.NET introduction
- 25.1 Introduction
- 25.2 Sample Application using EFW.
Chapter 26: Windows Forms(or)WPF
- 26.1 Windows Forms Introduction
- 26.2 Windows forms applications.
- 26.3 Will develop standalone applications.
- 26.4 Working with TOOLS
- 26.5 ADO.NET Disconnection Oriented Model