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Build Rich and Dynamic Web Applications with ASP.NET


  • Build Rich and Dynamic Web Applications with ASP.NET, Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course
  • Build Rich and Dynamic Web Applications with ASP.NET, Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course
  • Build Rich and Dynamic Web Applications with ASP.NET, Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course
  • Build Rich and Dynamic Web Applications with ASP.NET, Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course
  • Build Rich and Dynamic Web Applications with ASP.NET, Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course
  • Build Rich and Dynamic Web Applications with ASP.NET, Singapore SKillsFuture elarning online course

Course Description

Microsoft's ASP.NET is the part of the .NET Framework that enables you to build rich, dynamic web applications. ASP.NET has it's roots in classic ASP (Active Server Pages) that was introduced back in 1996 and has evolved into the current version, ASP.NET 4.5.1. ASP.NET is an extremely popular technology currently in use on over 25 million websites around the world and has been used by companies like Google, Dell Computer and MySpace. ASP.NET offers four programming models to build websites ranging from single-page sites up to large, enterprise web applications. In this course, Mark Long focuses on the ASP.NET 4.5.1 Web Forms platform and helps you understand how it works and how to undertand and implement the technologies you need to understand to use ASP.NET Web Forms. Knowing ASP.NET 4.5.1 is a great enancement to you resume as well as your ability to create rich, dynamic web experiences.

Know what goes behind a web page development.

- Learn more than just coding when it comes to web development
- Know about the technical side of web development
- Be equipped with the right tools before developing web pages
- Increase your employabilty with this course

This course is SkillsFuture Credit Eligible.


Course Objectives

1. Understand about the purpose of ASP.NET
2. Able to set up and configure software 
3. Know how to navigate the interface of each software 
4. Understand the basics of ASP.NET, web page designs, controllers
5. Be able to work with AJAX, Server Controls, Navigations 
6. Know how to work with Data and Exception Handling


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Content

Welcome/Intro

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Welcome/Intro

Course Overview

Why ASP.NET

ASP.NET Options

Setting Up

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Getting Visual Studio Express

System Requirements

Installing VSE 2013 Web

Visual Studio Tour

ASP.NET Basics

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ASP.NET History

How ASP.NET Works

What is a Web Form?

Your First ASP.NET Website

Managing the Files

Code Behind or Inline pt. 1

Code Behind or Inline pt. 2

Code Behind or Inline pt. 3

Using Multiple Browsers

The ASP.NET Page Life Cycle pt. 1

The ASP.NET Page Life Cycle pt. 2

Web Page Design

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HTML Formatting Challenges

Understanding CSS pt. 1

Understanding CSS pt. 2

Writing CSS

CSS Selectors

Using CSS in Visual Studio pt. 1

Using CSS in Visual Studio pt. 2

Using CSS in Visual Studio pt. 3

The CSS Editor

NuGet

Adding Modernizr

Server Controls

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Understanding Server Controls

Server Controls Example

ClientID Property

Common Properties

Using Standard Controls pt. 1

Using Standard Controls pt. 2

Standard Controls or HTML Controls pt. 1

Standard Controls or HTML Controls pt. 2

PostBack and AutoPostBack

Validation Controls pt. 1

Validation Controls pt. 2

Login Controls

Understanding State pt. 1

Understanding State pt. 2

ViewState Considerations

ViewStateMode

ViewState Mode Example

Controlling Layout

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Master Pages pt. 1

Master Pages pt. 2

Master Pages pt. 3

Using Themes

Creating and Applying Themes pt. 1

Creating and Applying Themes pt. 2

Theme and StyleSheetTheme

Using Skins pt. 1

Using Skins pt. 2

Using Skins pt. 3

Navigation

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Absolute and Relative URLs

Navigation Controls

The Menu Control pt. 1

The Menu Control pt. 2

The Web.sitemap File pt. 1

The Web.sitemap File pt. 2

The Web.sitemap File pt. 3

The TreeView Control

The SiteMapPath Control pt. 1

The SiteMapPath Control pt. 2

Redirection pt. 1

Redirection pt. 2

ASP.NET AJAX

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Understanding AJAX

Using ASP.NET AJAX

Understanding Web Services

Creating Web Services pt. 1

Creating Web Services pt. 2

Working With Data

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SQL Databases and ADO.NET

LocalDB or SQL Express

Databases in Visual Studio

Attaching the Sample Database

Controls and DataSources

Inserting and Editing Data pt. 1

Inserting and Editing Data pt. 2

Exception Handling

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Handling Exceptions

Using Try Catch

Custom Error Page

Multiple Error Pages

ASP.NET Tracing pt. 1

ASP.NET Tracing pt. 2

Course Wrap-Up

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Course Wrap-Up

About the Author

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About the Author

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