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Sunday, January 24, 2010

Web Programming in VB .NET & ASP .NET

This course will familiarize you with the most powerful tool for designing and developing Web based applications i.e

Visual Studio.NET. It's the most powerful tool for developing applications at a RAPID speed. The simplicity of

learning and applying the concepts is its most powerful asset.
A balanced blend of lectures and programming exercises provides in-depth understanding as well as hands-on

experience. A powerful learning cycle process is repeatedly used, first to integrate basic concepts, and then to

reuse those concepts to master more advanced topics.
Every main feature of ASP.NET is the object of detailed programming exercises. Ample source-code examples are

provided and many source-code walkthroughs are conducted. By the end of the course, participants should feel

comfortable building ASP.NET applications.

The objectives of this course are:
•    To learn the VB.NET language syntax.
•    To learn the Object Oriented Programming Concepts.
•    To use ADO.NET Objects to develop database applications.
•    To understand the importance of Component Based Developments.
•    To develop and deploy and configure ASP.NET Web Applications.
•    To proivde you with in-depth concepts of the ASP.NET, which will also help you to pass the MCP Certification

At the end of the course participants would be provided with a concept implementing project work.
This course is designed to meet the needs of those who want to be professional Web developers using either VB.NET as

programming language. The course will also guide you for Microsoft Certification Exam in ASP.NET.
Students should be familiar with basic programming techniques and Operating system features.
Sandeep Soni (Microsoft Certified Professional for ASP.NET)
Couse Outline
MS.NET Framework
•    Problems with DNA Architecture
•    The .NET Framework - an Overview
•    Architecture of .NET Framework
•    The Common Language Runtime (CLR)
•    Common Type System (CTS)
•    Types of JIT's
•    Role of METADATA
•    .NET Memory Management
•    What's .NET Class Framework
•    .NET Assemblies and Modules
•    Essentials of Object-Oriented Programming
•    Object and Class Definition
•    Understanding Identity, State, and Behavior
•    Using encapsulation to combine methods and data in a single class
•    Inheritance and Polymorphism.
•    Understanding Data Types and Variables
•    Common Type System
•    Naming Variables
•    Using Data Types
•    Converting Data Types
•    Value type and Reference type variables
•    Developing Console Application
•    Sub Main
•    Command Line Parameters
•    Compilation
•    Operators and Statements
•    Types of Operators
•    Types of Statements
•    Arrays, Collections and String
•    Declaring and Using Arrays
•    Overview of Collection classes
•    Dictionary and Lists
•    Stack and Queue
•    String Handling
•    Working with Classes and Objects
•    Adding Variables and Methods
•    Properties and Indexers
•    Constructors and Destructors
•    Memory Management and Garbage Collection
•    Shared Members
•    Method Overloading
•    Attributes and their Usage
•    Inheritance, Interface and Polymorphism
•    Deriving classes
•    Calling base class constructor
•    Overriding Methods
•    Using overridable, overrides and shadows keywords
•    Non-Inheritable Clases.
•    Abstract Class
•    Interface Inheritance
•    Namespace and Access Modifiers
•    Delegates and Events
•    Delegates
•    Events
•    Exception Handling
•    Handling Exceptions using try and catch
•    Raising Exceptions using throw
•    Pre-defined Exception classes
•    Custom Exception classes
•    Data Streams and Files
•    Byte Streams
•    Binary Streams
•    Readers and Writers.
•    Console and File I/O
•    Serialization
•    Working with Components
•    Creating a Simple .NET Framework Component
•    Singing Assemblies with Strong Names
•    Deploying .NET Assemblies in Global Assembly Cache
•    Creating a .NET Framework client application to use a Component
•    Using a COM Component in .NET Framework application
•    Using a .NET Assembly in COM based application
•    Data Access using ADO.NET
•    Comparison between ADO and ADO.NET
•    ADO.NET Concepts and Overview
•    Managed Providers
•    ADO.NET Classes
•    Replacing Recordsets with Datasets?
•    Structure of a DataSet
•    Creating a DataSet From a Database.
•    Adding, Deleting and Modifying records in a Dataset
•    Data Tables, Data Columns and DataRows
•    Constraints and DataRelations
•    Using DataViews
eXtensible Markup Language (XML)
•    Introduction to XML
•    Why XML?
•    Where is XML Used
•    XML Design Principles.
•    Structure of a Basic XML Document
•    XML Declarations
•    Tags & Elements
•    Attributes
•    Entities & Entity References
•    Document Type Definition (DTD)
•    Validation of XML File
•    Element Declaration
•    Attribute Declaration
•    Entity and Notaion Declaration
•    XML Namespace
•    Purpose of Namespace
•    Declaring Namespace
•    Default Declaration
•    Explicit Declaration
•    XML Schema
•    How are Schemas better than DTD
•    Builtin Data types
•    Custom Data types
•    Schema Vocabulary and elements
•    Content Model
•    Element and Attribute Declaration
•    Element Inheritance
•    Document Object Model (DOM)
•    Introduction
•    DOM Interfaces
•    Nodes and Objects
•    Applying DOM using Javascript and VB.NET
•    Cascading Style Sheet
•    CSS Properties Values
•    BOX Properties
•    Text and Font Properties
•    Color and Background Properties
•    Borders and List Properties
•    XSL (eXtensible Stylesheet Language)
•    XSLT & XPath
•    XSL Template
•    XSL Pattern
•    Transformation to HTML Document
•    Transformation to XML Document
•    ASP Architecture
•    ASP Objects
•    Request and Response Structure
•    Forms and Querystring
•    Overview
•    ASP.NET Architecture.
•    New Features over ASP
•    Web Forms
•    Introduction
•    Advantages
•    Comparison with HTML Form
•    Page Processing States
•    Event Model
•    View State Management
•    Using Web Controls
•    HTML Server Controls
•    ASP.NET Sever Controls
•    Validation Controls
•    Web User Controls
•    Loading Controls Dynamically
•    Web Custom Controls
•    Developing Composite Controls
•    ASP.NET State Management
•    ViewState Object
•    Cookies
•    Session Management
•    Application State
•    ASP Intrinsic Objects
•    Request and Response
•    Session Objects
•    Application Objects
•    Server and Context
•    Data Access Controls
•    Data Binding Server Controls
•    Binding to Simple Properties and Collections
•    Data Grid
•    Data List and Repeater
•    ASP.NET Web Application
•    Creating Virtual Directories
•    Global.asax
•    Page Life Cycle
•    Managing Application Events
•    HttpApplication Instance
•    Configuration
•    Configuration Overview
•    Machine.Config and Web.Config
•    Inheritance of Configuration Settings
•    Configuration File Format
•    Retrieving Configuration Date
•    Trace Functionality
•    Overview of Tracing
•    Trace Information
•    Page-Level Trace
•    Application-Level Trace
•    Caching
•    Overview
•    Page Output Caching
•    Page Fragmet Caching
•    Data Caching
•    Expiration Policies
•    Security
•    Authentication & Authorization
•    Configuring in web.config file and IIS
•    Windows Based Authentication
•    Form Based Authentication
•    Authorizing Users and Roles
•    Impersonation
•    Debugging and Tracing
•    Debug and Release Compilation
•    Debug and Trace Objects
•    Tracing Listeners
•    Tracing Switches
•    Packaging and Deployment
•    Types of Deployment Modules
•    Creation of Strong Named Assemblies
•    Registering with Global Assembly Cache
•    Working with a Setup Project
•    Working with a Merge Module Project
•    Globalization and Localization
•    Request and Response Encoding
•    Right to Left Mirroring
•    Culture specific formatting
•    Localizing a Web Project
•    Creating a Resource fle
•    Creating a Satellite Assembly
•    Interoperability
•    Instantiate and Invoke COM Objects
•    Using COM+ Services
•    Calling Native functions
•    Developing Transactional Aplications
•    E-Mails
•    Configuring SMTP Server
•    Sending and Receiving e-mails
•    Web Services
•    Architecture and Advantage.
•    SOAP Significance.
•    Building Services
•    Hosting Services
•    Discovering and Using Web Services (vsdisco and disco files)
•    Using WSDL to Build Proxy for clients
•    Working with SOAP Headers
•    Asynchronous access to WebService
•    Setting up a 3-Tier Application
•    Securing Web Services

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