In this ASP.NET online training it works on top of a HTTP protocol, and uses the HTTP commands and policies to set a browser-to-server bilateral-communication. It was created to facilitate the development of distributed applications in structured and an object-oriented manner by separating the presentation and content and hence write clean code. In this ASP.NET online training it uses the code-behind model to generate dynamic pages based on Model-View-Controller architecture. They have some major differences from ASP, an earlier version of ASP.NET. Online training of ASP.NET has thus significantly improved from ASP, which makes it fully backward compatible to ASP.
These differences include:
Usage of the compiled code (instead of interpreted code)
An Event-driven server-side scripting model
Rapid application development using controls and libraries of the .NET framework.
Dynamic programming code is placed separately in a file or the specially designated tag. This avoids the program code getting modified during run time.
Who should do this ASP.NET course?
ASP.NET is being used by most of the world’s top multinationals. ASP.NET professionals are earning very high salaries when compared with other technologies. With high demand and a number of job opportunities in this field, the early-stage Web developers who want to integrate dynamic data into their pages and experienced programmers who want to integrate C# or Visual Basic code into live websites will get benefited from this course.
What are the objectives of ASP.NET course?
These are the advantages we provided in this ASP.NET online training.
ASP.NET drastically reduces amount of code required to the build large applications.
With built-in Windows authentication and the per-application configuration, your applications are safe and secured.
It provides better performance by taking the advantage of early binding, just-in-time compilation, a native optimisation, and caching the services right out of the box.
The ASP.NET framework is complemented by the rich toolbox and designer in the Visual Studio integrated development environment. WYSIWYG editing, drag-and-drop server controls, and the automatic deployment are just a few of the features this powerful tool provides.
Provides simplicity as ASP.NET makes it easy to perform common tasks, from a simple form submission and client authentication to the deployment and site configuration.
The source code and the HTML are together therefore ASP.NET pages are easy to maintain and write. Also the source code is executed on server. This provides a lot of power and flexibility to web pages.
All the processes are closely monitored and managed by ASP.NET runtime, so that if the process is dead, a new process can be created in its place, which helps keep your application constantly available to the handle requests.
It is a purely server-side technology so, ASP.NET code executes on the server before it is sent to browser.
What are the prerequisites for taking this ASP.NET?
ASP.NET is supported the Windows 2000 (Professional, Server, and Advanced Server), Windows XP Professional, and Windows Server 2003 family for both the client and server applications. In addition, to develop the ASP.NET server applications, the following software is also required:
- Windows 2000 Server or Advanced Server with the Service Pack 2, Windows XP Professional or 64-Bit Edition, or one of Windows Server 2003 family products.
- MDAC 2.7 for Data
- Internet Information Services
Certification of ASP-Net
- ASP-Net Certification.
ASP .NET Course Outline
Overview of the ASP.NET
- Introduction of different Web Technology
- What is Asp.Net
- How Asp.Net Works
- Use of visual studio
- Different Languages used in Asp.Net.
- Common Language Runtime (CLR)
- .NET Framework Class Library.
Setting up and Installing ASP.NET
- Installing Internet Information Server
- Installation of Asp.Net
- virtual directory
- Application Setting in IIS.
Microsoft SQL Server 2008
- Overview of SQL Server 2008
- Installation of SQL Server 2008
- Features of SQL Server Express
- SQL Server 2008 Express management tools
- Overview of coding standards follows during programming
Asp.Net Standard Controls
- Displaying information
- Label Controls
- Literal Controls
- Bulleted List
- Accepting User Input
- Textbox controls
- RadioButton and RadioButtonList Controls
- CheckBox and CheckBoxList Controls
- Button controls
- LinkButton Control
- ImageButton Control
- Using Hyperlink Control
- Displaying Images
- Image Control
- Image Map Control
- Using Panel Control
- Using Hyperlink Control
- Page & State Management
- Overview of events in page
- Required Field Validator Control
- Regular Expression Validator Control
- Compare Field Validator Control
- Range Validator Control
- Validation Summary Control
- Custom Validator Control
Designing Websites with master pages
- Creating master pages
- Creating default contents
- Nesting master pages
- Registering master pages in web configuration
Using the Rich Controls
- Accepting File Uploads
- Saving files to file system
- Calendar Control
- Displaying advertisements
- Displaying Different Page view
- Displaying a Tabbed Page View
- Wizard Control
SQL Server Basic
- Database Architecture
- Data Manipulation Language (DML)
- Data Definition Language (DDL)
- Manipulation of Data (SQL Command)
- Stored Procedure
Overview of Data Access
- Creating database connections
- Connecting to MSSQL Server and MS Access
- DataSet & DataTable Features
- Using inline SQL Statements
- Using Stored Procedures
- Executing select commands
- Sql Transaction
- Data Type and syntax Language Fundamentals
- Object Oriented Programming concepts
- Overview of Asp.Net inbuilt Classes and method
- File Handling
Using the Grid View Control
- Grid View Control fundamentals
- Displaying Data
- Using Data Keys
- Sorting Data
- Paging through Data
Using the Details View and Form View Controls
- Using the Details View control
- Displaying data with the DetailsView control
- Using Fields with the DetailsView control
- Displaying Empty data with the DetailsView control
Using Repeater and Data List Controls
- Using Repeater Control
- Displaying data with the Repeater Control
- Displaying Data with the Data List Control
Using Navigation Controls
- Understanding Site Maps
- Using the Sitemap Path Control
- Formatting the Sitemap Path Control
- Using the Menu Control
- Using Tree View Control
Working with XML and Web Services
- Overview of XML
- Creating /Reading/Deleting XML Files
- Web Services
- About Ajax
- Setting up and implementing Ajax
- Understanding FTP
- Setting up FTP Server (Live)
- Uploading and downloading FTP contents
- Designing email panel
- How to send an email to various users
- Sending auto emails
- Deploying application on Web Server
- Getting customer’s requirements
- Preparing database and business logics
- Developing application
- Testing and implementing the project
- Troubleshooting the project application after implementation