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ASP.NET OVERVIEW
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  • Building ASP ® .NET Applications Agenda: Day 1 Module 01: What is Microsoft ® .NET? Module 02: The .NET Framework Module 03: Visual Studio ® .NET Module 04: The .NET Languages  Module 05 : Building ASP ® .NET Applications Module 06: Using Data Access in .NET Applications Module 07: Building Reusable Middle-Tier Components
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    • 1. Building ASP.NET Applications Rishi Kothari
    • 2.
      • Introduction
      • ASP .NET
        • Platform
        • Page development
        • “Baked-in” application services
        • Run time
    • 3. Introduction Active Server Pages .NET
      • Designer for Web Applications and XML Web services
      • Drag and drop for controls and HTML features
      • Rich language integration
      ASP .NET and Visual Studio ® .NET are designed for Web Applications
    • 4. Introduction ASP .NET
      • Builds on the programming classes of the .NET Framework
      • Controls and infrastructure simplify the building of Web Applications
    • 5. Page Development Topics
      • Separation of Code from Content
      • Dynamic Compilation
      • Server Controls
      • Validation
      • Custom Controls
      • Page Event Life Cycle
    • 6. Page Development Separation of Code from Content
      • Separation of Code from Content
        • Developers and designers can work independently
      Form1.asp Form1.aspx Form1.vb <tags> <tags> code code Separate files Single file ASP ASP .NET
    • 7. Page Development Server Controls
      • Server-programmable objects
        • Properties, method and events
      • Encapsulate behavior
      • Browser-neutral - Can render differently to support multiple browsers or other Web clients
      • You can create custom server controls
    • 8. Page Development Page Event Life Cycle Page_Load Page_Unload Textbox1_Changed Button1_Click Control events 1. Change Events 2. Action Events Page is loaded, control hierarchy initialized Page is disposed Control hierarchy is rendered
    • 9. Page Development Demo
      • Web Forms 101
      • Show simple Web Form with server controls
      • Demonstrate page life cycle
    • 10. Page Development Input Validation
      • Rich and declarative Validation
      • Validation controls declared separately for input controls
      • Extensible Validation Framework
      • Supports Validation on client and server
        • Avoids round trips for up-level clients
    • 11. Page Development Input Validation Demo
      • Validation Controls
        • Demo of Validation Control
    • 12. Page Development Server Controls Demo
      • Other Server Controls
      • Show online demos
      • Walk through a few medium level examples
    • 13. Page Development Custom User Controls
      • Simple way for page developers to author controls
      • Enables full encapsulation
        • Supports nested controls
        • Separate code namespace
        • Separate code language
      • Partition work across multiple developers
      • Reuse work across multiple pages and applications
    • 14. Page Development User Controls Demo
      • User Controls
      • Show creation and use of simple User Control
    • 15. “Baked-in” Application Services Session State
      • Session state can be external from ASP .NET process
        • ASPState: NT Service
        • SQL Server ™ 7.0/2000 temporary database
      • Big reliability wins
        • Session state survives crashes/restarts
      • Enables Web farm deployment
        • Session state can be shared across a Web farm of ASP .NET servers
        • Applications are no longer tied to one machine
    • 16. “Baked-in” Application Services Session State Demo
      • Session state
      • Show using session state in the application
      • InProc
      • Service
      • SQL
    • 17. ASP .NET Runtime Improved Deployment
      • Components can be dynamically updated
        • No more locked DLLs
        • Just copy a new DLL on top of an old one
      • No tools, no configuration changes, no application shutdown and no re-boots
      • Works great with Content Replication Systems
    • 18. ASP .NET Runtime Improved Deployment
    • 19. Sample Application Demo
      • Deployment via XCOPY
      • Deployment via MSI
    • 20. Summary
      • ASP .NET simplifies Web Application development
      • Scalable, better performing applications
      • Makes developers more productive
      • Makes systems more reliable
      • Makes systems easier to deploy
    • 21. Resources
      • The ASP .NET home page - A good starting place for ASP .NET basics http://msdn.microsoft.com/net/aspnet/default.asp
      • A solid introduction to ASP .NET - This article covers the basics of Web Forms, Web Services, State Management, Security and other areas http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/dotnet/cpguide/cpconintroductiontoasp.htm
      • The ASP .NET architecture - A quick overview of the set up of ASP .NET http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/dotnet/cpguide/ cpconaspnetarchitecture.htm
    • 22. Resources
      • Five steps to getting started with ASP .NET - An article to get you started http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/welcome/dsmsdn/asp11122000.htm
      • Web Forms processing - An explanation of how Web Forms work http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/dotnet/cpguide/cpconwebformspageprocessing.htm
      • Creating Web Forms event-handling methods using ASP .NET - A basic how-to for creating event-driven methods in ASP .NET http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/dotnet/cpguide/cpconcreatingwebformsevent-handlingmethodsusingaspsyntax.htm

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