.Net Training

ASP.NET

The ASP.NET course provides the necessary skills and knowledge to design and develop database driven web applications using Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 and the ASP.NET 4.0 Framework with C# and Microsoft SQL Server 2008. This course is designed with a mixture of lectures and hand-on exercises. You will learn how to make dynamic web pages, functional contact form, content management system using ASP.NET and how to publish them to a live server.

  • Installing Microsoft Visual Web Developer Express
  • Creating your first ASP.NET web site
  • Exploring Visual Web Developer 2010
  • Web Application versus Web Site
  • Create a new Web Application
  • Creating and opening a new website
  • Working with Web Forms
  • Adding web form controls
  • Adding CSS to the Website
  • Creating new styles in external CSS
  • Attaching CSS files to Web pages
  • Applying and managing styles
  • Using CSS class selectors in server controls
  • Applying Themes
  • Handling Theme Conflicts
  • Multiple Skins for the Same Control
  • Using CSS in a Theme
  • Applying Theme through a Configuration file
  • Creating a Master Page
  • Creating Content Pages
  • Using relative paths
  • Using Configuration file to apply Master Page
  • Creating web user controls
  • Adding User Controls
  • Registering an user control globally
  • Connecting to the SQL Server
  • Presenting data with the GridView control
  • Controlling GridView paging and appearance
  • Editing data with the GridView control
  • Presenting data with the DataList control
  • Formatting data with binding expressions
  • Deleting database records
  • Using the DetailsView control
  • Inserting data with the DetailsView control
  • Redirecting page requests
  • Creating an update page
  • Creating a contact form
  • Adding validator controls to a form
  • Controlling the validation error message display
  • Using the ValidationSummary control
  • Using Gmail account to send email
  • Turning on forms authentication
  • Creating a page to log in users
  • Creating a page to set up new users
  • Understanding the security database
  • Configuring security in the web.config file
  • Creating a page to log out users
  • Preparing a Website for Deployment
  • Publishing a Website
  • Moving database to a remote serve

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