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.Net Web Developer with C#, ASP.Net, ADO.Net, Debugging, and More

.Net Web Development with C#, ASP.Net, ADO.Net and More is lab-intensive, hands-on course that provides students with an in-depth exploration of the capabilities of the .Net Framework, Visual Studio tools, and the C# programming language. Students will learn to build applications, web services, and...

$2,495 USD GSA  $2,262.47
Course Code TTN-SC2175
Duration 5 days
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.Net Web Development with C#, ASP.Net, ADO.Net and More is lab-intensive, hands-on course that provides students with an in-depth exploration of the capabilities of the .Net Framework, Visual Studio tools, and the C# programming language. Students will learn to build applications, web services, and ASP.Net websites. During this intensive course, students will be exposed to a wide range of topics that will lead to their proficiency with not only the C# .NET 2010 programming language, but also the Visual Studio 2010 development environment, and the Microsoft .NET 4.0 Framework.

Skills Gained

Students who attend .Net Web Development will leave the course armed with the required skills to design and build scalable and maintainable web applications - leveraging our extensive experience in the delivery of scalable enterprise applications with complex web interfaces based on .Net technologies. Throughout this training, you will also be confronted with common web application design problems and given the tools you will need to solve them. While many different project/application types will be explored (Windows Forms, ASP .NET Web Application, ASP .NET Web Services, Class Libraries, Console), heavy emphasis is placed on class library development and object-oriented programming principles. Debugging techniques and the underlying workings of the .NET Framework are also covered in detail.

  • Complete coverage of the C# language
  • Graphical user interface components in the Framework
  • Database access via ADO.Net
  • Create and deploy ASP.Net web applications
  • Create and deploy web services with Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)
  • Use of IDE tools like the debugger and server explorer

Prerequisites

This course is intended for those who have no prior .NET programming experience and will use C# .NET with Visual Studio 2010 to develop Windows and web based applications.

Course Details

Getting To Know Visual Studio 2010

  • The Various Types Of .NET Projects
  • Project Configuration Settings (“My Project” Designer)
  • Building, Saving, & Running Projects
  • Customizing Visual Studio 2010 Settings
  • Compile Options
  • Getting Help!
  • IntelliSense, Code Expansion, & Code Snippets
  • The MSDN Library & The “Object Browser” Window

Introducing The Microsoft .NET 4.0 Framework

  • The CLR (Common Language Runtime)
  • Assemblies, Namespaces & .NET Class Libraries
  • Types
  • .NET Memory Management

Windows Forms Applications

  • Windows Forms vs. ASP .NET (Web Forms) Applications
  • Adding Controls & Setting Control Properties
  • Incorporating Event Handling Code

Exception Handling, Debugging & Testing Code

  • The Exception Class
  • try…catch…finally Blocks
  • Setting Breakpoints & Stepping Through Code
  • The Various Debugging Windows

Assemblies

  • Private vs. Shared Assemblies
  • The End Of DLL Hell?
  • The Global Assembly Cache (The GAC)
  • Strong Naming An Assembly

C# Language Elements & Syntax

  • Naming Conventions
  • Using Variables & Primitive Types
  • Verbaitim Strings

C# Language Elements & Syntax

  • Decision Making Structures
  • C# Operators
  • Looping Structures
  • C# Functions

Object-Oriented Programming & Building Class Libraries

  • Core OO Concepts
  • Designing The Class
  • Advanced Object-Oriented Programming Concepts

Utilizing Class Libraries

  • The .NET Console Application Project Type
  • References & Importing Namespaces
  • Instancing Classes

Introduction To ASP .NET Web Development

  • The HTTP Request/Response (Client/Server) Architecture Model
  • ASP .NET Web Sites vs. ASP .NET Web Applications
  • Web Form, HTML, & HTML Server Controls

Introduction To ASP .NET XML Web Services

  • Building Web Services
  • Using The Visual Studio Web Service Test Bed
  • The Web Service Description Language (WSDL) Document
  • Building A Web Service Client

WCF Web Services

  • Overview
  • Creating an XML web service
  • Using a web service

Exploring and working with ADO.Net

  • Abstract Data support (ie DataSets)
  • Data Providers
  • LINQ
  • Overview of Entity Framework
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