Learn ASP.NET using C#–3 day course

Day 1 – Intro to C#, Object Oriented Programming and .NET CLR

C# Language Fundamentals

  • Learn the role of the Main() method
  • Process user provided command line arguments
  • Define basic C# classes
  • Examine looping and decision constructs
  • Learn the role of the out, ref and params keywords
  • Understand optional and named arguments
  • Understand the role of method overloading

Object Oriented Programming with C#

  • Understand the role of encapsulation
  • Work with C# property syntax
  • Understand object initialization syntax
  • Understand the scope of the “static” keyword
  • Define constant and read-only data
  • Use inheritance to establish parent / child relationships between classes
  • Define a “polymorphic interface” for a family of classes
  • Work with virtual and abstract methods
  • Work with structured exception handling (try / catch / throw / finally)
  • Understand the role of interfaces
  • Know the rules of explicit type casting

Understanding .NET Assemblies

  • Examine the internal composition of .NET assemblies
  • Distinguish between private and shared assemblies
  • Create application configuration files (*.config)
  • Understand the .NET versioning scheme
  • Install shared assemblies into the GAC
  • Understand the role of publisher policy assemblies

Comprehensive ADO.NET

  • Understand the basic ADO.NET model
  • Work with DataReaders
  • Work with DataSets and DataAdapters
  • Work with the DataView class

Day 2 – ASP.NET – Web Forms development using Visual Studio

Introduction to ASP.NET

Web Application Fundamentals

Using Internet Information Services

Web Forms

ASP.NET MVC

Web Services

ASP.NET Features

 

Web Forms Architecture

Page Class

Web Forms Life Cycle

Web Forms Event Model

Code-Behind

 

ASP.NET and HTTP

Request/Response Programming

HttpRequest Class

HTTP Collections

HttpResponse Class

Redirection

HttpUtility Class

 

 Web Applications Using Visual Studio

Using Visual Web Developer

Visual Studio Forms Designer

Using Components

Using the Global.asax File

 

Common Web Controls 

Data Binding

ASP.NET Repeater

ASP.NET DataGridView

 

Day 3

State Management and Web Applications

Session State

Application State

Multithreading Issues

Cookies

  

Caching in ASP.NET

What Is Caching?

Page-Level Caching

Page Fragment Caching

Optimizing Your ASP.NET Application

Application Caching

 

ASP.NET Configuration and Security Fundamentals

Configuration Overview

Authentication and Authorization

Forms Authentication

Windows Authentication

Security and ASP.NET

 

Debugging, Diagnostics and Error Handling

Debugging

Application Tracing

Page Tracing

Error Handling

 

ASP.NET MVC

Model-View-Controller Pattern

What is ASP.NET MVC?

ASP.NET MVC versus Web Forms

ASP.NET MVC Projects in Visual Studio

Controllers

Action Methods and Routing

Views

Strongly-Typed Views

Model Binding

Validation


About the Author

Anuj Varma is a technical architect specializing in Microsoft Platforms. His experience covers sophisticated desktop applications, high-performance web applications, SOA and WCF architectures, SQL Server Performance Tuning and more recently, Microsoft Azure. He resides in Austin and works with customers across the state of Texas. He can be contacted via his online contact form.

 

Specializing in high volume web and cloud application architecture, Anuj Varma’s customer base includes Fortune 100 companies (dell.com, British Petroleum, Schlumberger).
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