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Dot net-course-curriculumn

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Dot net-course-curriculumn

  1. 1. .Net Framework: Mastering in Developing Web Applications with C#.Net, ADO.Net and ASP.NetCourse Description: In this course, students will learn to develop advanced ASP.NET MVC and Web Forms applications using .NETFramework 4 tools and technologies. The focus will be on coding activities that enhance the performance and scalabilityof the Web site application. ASP.NET MVC will be introduced and compared with Web Forms so that students knowwhen each should/could be used. The training is full of real time case studies, Problem/Solutions based model andcompletely based on current job requirements.Course Duration: 45 hours.Class Delivery: On-Line (Interactive Web Based ) C#.Net: Introduction 1. Design Goals 2. C# History and Features 3. Advantages & Disadvantages Language Basics 1. Working with Console Applications 2. Variables, Value Types& Reference Types 3. String and object classes, Constants 4. Type Casting, Boxing and UnBoxing C# Operators 1. Introduction 2. Airthamatic, Relational & Logical Operators 3. Increment & Decrement 4. Assignment & Compound Operator Control Statements & Arrays 1. Introduction 2. If/else & Switch Statement 3. Iteration statements 4. Jump & return statements 5. Arrays Object -oriented Programming 1. Introduction 2. Class Fundamental 3. Working with data & methods 4. Constructors & Types of Constructors 5. Garbage collection 6. ‘This’ keyword 7. Access specifiers 8. Method Overloading & Overloading Constructors 9. Understanding static 10. Properties & Indexers www.bispsolutions.com www.bisptrainings.com Page 1
  2. 2. 11. Inheritance 12. Members Access & Inheritance 13. Virtual and New keyword 14. Virtual methods and Overriding 15. Abstract and Sealed classes 16. Understanding interfacesException Handling 1. Introduction 2. Handling runtime errors 3. Try, Catch, Finally and Throw blocks AssembliesADO.Net: 1. Introduction 2. Benefits of ADO.Net 3. ADO.Net Architecture 4. Connection Oriented Architecture 5. Disconnected Oriented Architecture 6. Connection to an ADO.Net Database 7. Data Access Namespaces in ADO.Net 8. Connections and Connection String 9. Working with data reader object 10. DML Operations 11. Adding parameters to Commands 12. Using Stored Procedures 13. Working with Data sets & Data Adapter 14. Data Grid 15. Data Grid View add Columns, rowsASP.Net: 1. Introduction 2. Advantages of ASP.Net 3. ASP.Net Architecture 4. Creating Websites 5. Creating New Web application 6. Designing a webpage and Adding web Controls 7. Writing Code behind Class & adding Event HandlerWorking with Controls 1. Introduction 2. HTML Server Controls 3. Web server Controls 4. Debugging 5. View State 6. Event Handling 7. List ControlsValidation Controls 1. Introduction 2. Client-side & Server-Side Validations 3. Required field validator 4. Compare field validatorwww.bispsolutions.com www.bisptrainings.com Page 2
  3. 3. 5. Regular Expression validator State ManagementClient-Side State management 1. View State 2. Query String 3. Cookies 4. Hidden FieldsServer-Side Management 1. Application State 2. Session State 3. Application Pool 4. Web User Controls 5. ASP.Net Securitieswww.bispsolutions.com www.bisptrainings.com Page 3

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