A detailed online session with more than 10 hours of high definition videos on Dot Net Training for application development.

The course is primarily based on the working of DOT Net Framework. A detailed set of videos explaining programming with C# DOT Net. We have a dedicated chapter on the working of Microsoft product SQL server. The understanding of Web Applications Development and their concepts like HTML, CSS, AJAX and XML format. The curriculum is vast and covers all the topics related to Web development, Microsoft products their functions and uses.

Trainer : kiran

.Net Course Content

  • Chapter 1: .NET Introduction
  • Introduction to .NET, Architecture, Framework
    .NET File execution, CLR with their components.
    Visual studio versions, framework versions.
    Understand Project and solutions

  • Chapter 2: Programming using C#.NET
  • Introduction to C#.NET
    Built in Class libraries, Writing C#.NET program,CTS Working with Console class, Covert class, DateTime class etc.,
    Control structures if,switch, loops

  • Chapter 3: OOPs using C#
  • Oops concepts ( Encapsulation, Abstraction, Inheritance, Polymorphism)
    OOPS using C#.NET (Abstract classes, Interfaces, POCO Classes)
    Methods Parameterized methods ( ref, out, params)
    Static class, partial class, sealed class
    Exception Handling
    Collections & Generics
    Assemblies & Class libraries

  • Chapter 4: SQL Server
  • Introduction to RDBMS
    Working with DDL, DML commands
    Crud operations using Queries
    Crud operations using Stored Procedures
    Examples to perform CRUD operations

  • Chapter 5: Web Application Development Using Client side technologies
  • HTML Concepts
    CSS Concepts
    Javascript and Json Concepts
    Jquery Concepts
    AJAX Concepts
    XML format

  • Chapter 6: ASP.NET
  • Introduction to Web Application, WebSite, Web Server, Web Browsers,Web Page.
    Client side and Server side scripting.
    GET and POST methods
    HTTP protocol, URL, response object, request object.
    Asp.net Page Submission process, ASP.NET page level events.

  • Chapter 7: Web Server Controls
  • Creating Web application, Using Server Side Tools, Sample programs using controls like (Textbox, Label, Literal, Checkbox, RadioButton,etc.,

  • Chapter 8: LIST Controls
  • Dynamic Polymorphism, Real-time examples using List Controls(CheckboxList, RadioButtonList, BulletedList, DropDownList,ListBox).

  • Chapter 9: Postback
  • Working with Postback,IsPostBack, AutopostBack, CrossPagePostback.Demo

  • Chapter 10: Other controls
  • Calendar Control, File upload control, Adrotator Control, MultiView Control

  • Chapter 11: Validation Controls
  • RequiredFieldValidator, RangeValidator, REgularExpressionValidator,CompareValidator, CustomValidator, ValidationSummary

  • Chapter 12: Page Redirection
  • LinkButton, HyperLink,Response.Redirect,Server.Transfer,Server.Execute

  • Chapter 13: Master Pages
  • Introduction, Sample Example

  • Chapter 14: ADO.NET
  • Introduction.
    Connection and Disconnection Oriented Model differences.
    Classes used in SQL Server (System.Data.SqlClient).
    ConnectionString, Establishing DB Connection.
    CRUD Operations using SqlCommand class methods ExecuteReader(),ExecuteScalar(), ExecuteNonQuery..

  • Chapter 15: DataBound Controls
  • DataBoundControls(GridView, FormView, DetailsView)DataSource Controls(SqlDataSource, XMLDataSource, ObjectDataSource,etc.,)Demo, Task.

  • Chapter 16: Working with POCO classes
  • Handling objects/entities using Linq.
    Linq To SQL.

  • Chapter 17: Linq
  • Linq Architecture.
    Linq type query.
    Sql Like Queries.

  • Chapter 18: LinqToSql (ORM)
  • To interact with Sql Server database.
    Simplify database interaction.

  • Chapter 19: 3-Tier Architecture
  • Introduction, Importance.
    Different Layers and Tiers.
    Example/Demo.

  • Chapter 20: Exception Handling in ASP.NET
  • Structured Exception Handling, Page Level exception Handling,Application Level Exception Handling.

  • Chapter 21: State Management Techniques
  • Introduction, Default HTTP State, Introduction, Default HTTP State,Working with viewstate, Querystring,session, cookies,Cache, Application Working with web.config file

  • Chapter 22: IIS
  • Working with IIS, Installation of IIS,Hosting application in IIS Difference between IIS and IISExpress App Pool, App Domain.

  • Chapter 23: ASP.NET Security
  • Authentication and Authorization Examples on Anonymous Authentication,Windows Authentication,Forms(Web) Authentication and authorization.

  • Chapter 24: Web Services
  • Introduction, Advantages, SOA, SOAP, WSDL, UDDI Creating a Web Service, Consuming Web Service..

  • Chapter 25: MVC.NET introduction
  • Introduction
    Sample Application using EFW.

  • Chapter 26: Windows Forms(or)WPF
  • Windows Forms Introduction
    Windows forms applications.
    Will develop standalone applications.
    Working with TOOLS
    ADO.NET Disconnection Oriented Model

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