WebApplications

Web Applications

 Web Applications development - .Net

Course Mentor:

Ashvin P

Course Duration:

30 - 50 Hours

Training Schedules:

 

Weekdays:

08:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Weekends:

08:00 AM to 06:00 PM

Class Room:

In today’s working environment, we have access to more ways to train and develop people than ever before. Unlimited learning opportunities are available to us in the form of E-learning, mobile learning, social media and virtual training.  here are the reasons why classroom learning works:-

  1. Subject matter experts are on hand to give on the spot practical help and answer questions
     

  2. Opportunities to tackle subjects and questions outside the standard remit of the course
     

  3. Immediate help and support with correcting mistakes and getting it right
     

  4. Networking with other learners, sharing experiences and social interaction
     

  5. Real, practical and hands on use of the tools and technique

Enroll for this course now and get ahead in your career.

Web Applications Development - .Net

INTRODUCTION

.NET Framework is a software framework developed by Microsoft that runs primarily on Microsoft Windows. It includes a large class library named Framework Class Library (FCL) and provides language interoperability (each language can use code written in other languages) across several programming languages. Programs written for .NET Framework execute in a software environment (in contrast to a hardware environment) named Common Language Runtime (CLR), an application virtual machine that provides services such as security, memory management, and exception handling. (As such, computer code written using .NET Framework is called "managed code".) FCL and CLR together constitute .NET Framework.

Mavrick professional training program is designed for fresher graduates, can start with the Journey in .net world and for working professionals, can deal with the complex coding in advanced MVC world.

Course Topics

Asp .Net - Beginners 

Module 1: Introduction to the world wide web, ASP and ASP.NET.

 

  • Understanding role of Web Server and Web Browser.

  • Brief about HTTP Protocol.

  • HTTP Request structure.

  • Form Tag and comparison between Get and Post methods.

Module 2: Introduction to the .NET framework.

 

  • Life Cycle of ASP.NET Page

  • How Control Manages its State

  • What is EnableViewState

  • How Control raises events

  • Event handling in Web Forms

  • Custom Classes in WebApplication

 

Module 3: Server side programming: Web Forms, ASP.NET Web Services

 

  • Coding Standards 

  • Asp.Net Standard Controls 

  • Client/Server Programming, 3-tier architecture.

  • Page & State Management

  • Overview of events in page

 

Module 4: Designing Websites with Master Pages, HTML, CSS & JavaScript

 

  • Introduction to MasterPage

  • ContentPlaceHolder and Content tags

  • Understanding HTML Form Tag and elements within it.

  • Javascript using Sample Programs.

  • Work with CSS

  • Use Themes to Customize a Site

  • Apply themes and Profiles

Module 5: Asp.Net Validation Controls + Javascript Validation

 

  • Required Field Validator Control

  • Regular Expression Validator Control

  • Compare Field Validator Control

  • Range Validator Control

  • Validation Summary Control

  • Custom Validator Control

 

Module 6: ADO.NET Data Access and Data Controls

 

  • Using the Details View control

  • Displaying data with the GridView and DetailsView control

  • Displaying data with the Repeater Control

  • Displaying Data with the Data List Control

 

Module 7: Databases (SQL SERVER) and Data Access using ADO.NET 

 

  • SQL Server Basic

  • Creating SQL Servedr database connections

  • DataSet & DataTable Features

  • Using inline SQL Statements

  • Using Stored Procedures

  • Executing select commands

Module 8: ASP.NET Web services.

 

  • Benifits for ASP.NET Web services

  • How it Works

  • Consuming third Party Web Services

  • Exeception Handling 

Module 9: Understanding & Publishing Web Application

  • Creating web application in IIS

  • Converting File System application to IIS Application

  • Using Virtual Directory

  • Publishing ASP.NET Website

Asp .Net - Advanced 

Module 10 : Exploring the .NET Framework

 

  • File I/O

  • Resource management with try/finally/using

  • ArrayList, Hashtable,SortedList

Module 11: Classes and Objects  

 

  • Constructors

  • Reference Types

  • Object Oriented Programming

  • Inheritance

  • Access Modifiers

  • Abstract Classes

  • Virtual Members

  • Static Classes

  • Sealed Classes

  • Partial Classes

Module 12:  Design Patterns

 

  • Factory Method

  • Abstract Factory

  • Singleton

  • SOLID Principle

  • Dependency Injection

 

Module 13: ASP.NET Advanced Topics

 

  • Custom Controls

  • Web Parts

  • Web Services

Module 14: ASP.NET AJAX

Asp .Net MVC

Module 1: Overview of the ASP.NET

  • Introduction 

  • What is ASP.NET MVC

  • Role of Model, View, and Controller

  • Works Behaviour of ASP.NET MVC 

  • Benefits

Module 2: MVC Architecture

  • ASP.NET Platform

  • Controllers, Models, and Views

  • URL Routing

  • Controller Actions

  • Razor View Engine

Module 3: Essential Language Features & Helpers

  • Basic Helpers

  • Strongly-Typed Helpers

  • Creating Custom Helpers

  • Declarative Helpers

Module 4: The MVC Pattern

  • The MVC Design Pattern

  • Working with Controllers

  • Model Templates

  • MVC State Management

  • Working with URLs and Routing

Module 5: Model Validation

  • Data Annotations

  • Validation HTML Helpers

  • Client Side Validation

Module 6: Working with Views

 

  • View Engines

  • Razor Syntax

  • ViewData and ViewBag

  • Strongly-Typed Views

  • Layout Pages

  • Partial Views

  • Working with Areas

Module 7:  ASP.NET Web API with MVC

 

  • Using HTTP as an Application Protocol

  • Routing

  • ApiController

  • Validation

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