.Net

Course Duration: Around 40+ hours Training + Assignments + Realtime Scenarios - 4-8 weeks   

Training Materials: All attendees will receive,

  • Video recording of every session
  • Notes and study material for examples covered.

Pre-Requisites:

  • Entry-level who is aspiring on .Net

Training Format:

This course is delivered as a highly interactive session, with extensive live examples. This course is Live Instructor led Online training delivered using Cisco Webex Meeting center Web and Audio Conferencing tool.

Timing: Weekdays and Weekends after work hours.

Training Highlights:

  • Focus on Hands on training with lot of assignments, practice exercises and quizzes based on Actual Projects
  • Assignments after each session. Video Recording after every session.
  •  Live Sessions and mock interviews and help on resume preparation
  •  We are providing class with highly qualified trainer.
  • Trainer having more than 10+ years experience

Course Content

NET FUNDAMENTALS

  • Why .NET?
  • The .NET initiative
  • Introduction to .NET framework
  • Advantages of .NET framework
  • System requirements

 

MS.NET FUNDAMENTALS

  • Base class libraries
  • Common language-runtime (CLR)
  • Microsoft intermediate language (MSIL)
  • Optimized just-in-time (JIT)
  • Common type systems (CTS)
  • Common language specification (CLS)
  • Compilation and execution of .NET application
  • Assemblies
  • Namespace

 INTRODUCTION TO VISUAL STUDIO .NET

  • The Start  Page
  • Solution Explorer
  • The Object Browser and Class View Window
  • The Code Editor
  • The Form Designer and the Toolbox
  • The Server Explorer window
  • Macro Explorer
  • Running a Visual Basic Console Application

VB.NET

  • INTRODUCTION TO VB.NET
  • Features of visual basic .NET
  • File extensions used in visual basic .NET
  • Visual Basic keywords
  • Visual Basic statements
  • Procedures, classes, modules, methods and more...
  • The Option & Import statements
  • Adding classes to project
  • Declaring variables
  • Data types
  • Arrays
  • Handling date and time

 

 INTRODUCTION TO OOP

  • Principles of oops
  • Structure Vs classes
  • Relationship between classes and objects
  • Access Specifiers
  • How to create namespaces in S class libraries
  • How to use namespaces
  • Constructors
  • Finalize, Dispose & Garbage collectors
  • My Base, my class & my keywords

 

EXCEPTION HANDLING & DEBUGGING

  • Exceptions
    • .NET exceptions
    • User defined exceptions
  • Try-catch-finally
  • Throw exception
  • Debugging application
  • Searching for bugs

 

GUI APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT

  • Introduction to system windows, forms
  • Basic controls and event driven programming
  • Advanced controls
  • Rich text box, toolbars
  • Working with context menus
  • Built in dialog boxes

 

STEARMS

  • File stream
  • Stream reader
  • Stream writer

 

FILE HANDLING CONCEPTS COLLECTION

  • Generic collections
  • Bit collections
  • Specialized collections
  • Weight collection classes
  • User defined collection classes

 

ADO .NET

  • Introduction of ADO .NET
  • Features of ADO .NET
  • Differentiation between ADO & ADO .NET
  • ADO .NET namespaces
  • Properties, Methods & events of the connection object
  • Properties, Methods & events of the command object
  • Access & Manipulating data from  data grid
  • Performing data updates

 

DELEGATES

  • Introduction to delegate concept
  • Event handling arch with delegate
  • Handles, add handler and remove handler

 

ASSEMBLIES

  • Introduction to assemblies
  • Benefits
  • Contents
  • Application-Private assemblies
  • Private Vs shared assemblies
  • Global assembly cache (GAC)

 

MULTITHREADING

  • Thread class
  • Thread synchronization
  • Creating and controlling threads
  • Sleep, suspend and resume threading

 

CREATING & USING WEB SERVICES

  • Introduction to web services
  • Creating web services
  • Using web services in a windows application
  • Working with window services

 

CREATING REPORTS

  • Data accessing through crystal reports
  • Accessing filtered data through crystal reports
  • Accessing related data through crystal reports

ASP .NET

ASP .NET INTRODUCTION

  • How is ASP .net different from ASP
  • ASP .NET design goals
  • ASP .NET in .NET framework
  • Development environment for ASP .NET application
  • Identifying the features of ASP .NET
  • Identifying programming modules in ASP .NET
    • Web forms
    • Web services

 

ASP .NET PROGRAMMING SERVER CONTROLS

  • Processing of web pages
  • Server control hierarchy
  • Web controls

                    Buttons, list controls, text boxes, hyper links.....

HTML controls

                    HTML anchor, button...

 

STRUCTURE OF AN ASP .NET PAGE ASP .NET PROGRAMMING VALIDATION CONTROLS

  • Required field validation
  • Regular expression
  • Range validation...

 

IDENTIFING THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF DATA BINDING

  • Introduction to data binding
  • Single value data binding
  • Multi record data binding
  • Custom binding

 

ASP .NET PROGRAMMING WITH ADO .NET

  • Introduction of  ADO .NET
  • Features of ADO .NET
  • Differentiation between ADO & ADO .NET
  • ADO .NET namespace
  • Connected architecture through ADO .NET
  • Disconnected architecture through ADO .NET
  • Working with transaction in ASP .NET etc...

 

USING XML & SEARCH TOOLS IN ASP .NET

  • Working with XML server controls in ASP .NET
  • Binding XML data to web forms controls
  • Connecting relational data to an XML document

 

CONFIGURING, DEBUGGING & DEPLOYING ASP .NET APPLICATION

  • Configuration overview
  • Structure of configuration file
  • Configuration section
  • Tracking and debugging an application
  • Deploying an application

 

EXCEPTIONAL HANDLING, MANAGING STATE AND SECURITY ASP .NET WEB APPLICATION

  • Introduction state management in ASP.NET
  • Sending E-mail from ASP.NET page
  • Securing ASP .NET application

 

SESSION TRACKING

  • State maintenance
  • Session state
  • Cookies
  • Session object and events

CACHING

  • Caching and its methods
  • Output caching

 

WEB SERVICES

  • Introduction to an ASP .NET web application
  • Events of an ASP .NET web application
  • Using web services in web application

 

 

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