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ASP.Net programmers are the most sought after for writing web sites. Whilst there is an oversupply of programmers skilled in some languages, there is heavy demand for skilled ASP.Net Programmers. This course provides a comprehensive introduction to ASP.Net. By the end of the course, you should be able to easily understand all the major aspects of ASP.Net and use it to produce your own database driven web applications.

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to ASP.NET for students wishing to further develop their understanding of, and ability to creatively use the internet. By the end of the course, the student should be able to easily understand all the major aspects of ASP.NET and use it to produce their own web applications.
Course Details

If you are doing the course full time you can complete it in 6 weeks, if you are studying part time then it will take 3-6 months on average to complete the course. Your course will expire after 1 year. You can start the course at any time as it is a self-paced online course.

Course Outline

There are 11 lessons in this course:

◦What is ASP.Net
◦Enhanced Performance,
◦World-Class Tool Support
◦Power and Flexibility
◦Scalability and Availability
◦Customizability and Extensibility
◦Required Software
◦Visual Web Developer Express Edition
◦Visual Studio.NET
◦Internet Information Services (IIS)
◦A Simple Asp.Net Page
◦Programming Exercise -Running the Example in Visual Web Developer

2.VB.NET Essentials
◦What Are Variables?
◦Kinds of Variables (Data types)
◦Integer variables
◦Long integer variables
◦Single precision floating point variables
◦Double precision floating point variables
◦Assigning Variable Values
◦Operator Precedence
◦Hard Coding Variables
◦Program Flow and Branching
◦branching (conditional branching, unconditional branching)
◦If Statements
◦If...Else Statements
◦Select Statements
◦For Loop
◦While Loops
◦Other Types of Loops
◦Looping Summary
◦Hungarian Notation
◦Programming Exercise -Using Variables

3.Web Forms
◦Using CSS and Master Pages
◦Master Pages
◦Content Page vs. Master Page
◦Creating a Master Page
◦Default Master Content
◦Web Forms
◦A Basic Introduction to HTTP

4.Web Server Controls
◦Server Controls
◦HTML Controls
◦ASP.NET Controls
◦Validation Controls
◦Programming Exercise -Creating a Form to Capture User Details
◦Raising and Handling Events
◦Postback Architecture

5.Form Validation
◦Required Field Validator
◦Compare Validator
◦Regular Expression Validator
◦Range Validator
◦Custom Validator

6.Classes and Namespaces
◦OOP Concepts
◦Fields, Properties, Methods, and Events
◦Encapsulation, Inheritance, and Polymorphism
◦Overloading, Overriding, and Shadowing
◦Access Levels
◦Constructors and Destructors

7.ASP.NET Applications
◦Page Lyfescycle
◦Events in the Life Cycle of Page
◦Page Methods
◦Site Model

8.Interacting with Databases
◦Database basics
◦Creating a Database
◦Connecting to a Database
◦Coding Connections
◦Reading from a Database
◦Executing the Query
◦Stepping through the SQL Result
◦Writing to a Database
◦Adding New Records
◦Updating Records
◦Closing the Connection
◦Data Binding

9.Error Handling
◦Trapping Errors
◦Try "Catch"
◦Logging Exceptions
◦Using Web.config file

10.Email from Your Applications
◦,mail Namespace
◦Sending a Simple Email
◦Using the Mailmessage Class

11.Project: Creating an Online Store
◦Systems Development Lifecycle
◦System Request
◦Analysis and Design
◦Testing and Acceptance
◦Installation/ Implementation
◦Using Interface Design (UID)


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