|Jun 06, 2016||9:00 AM - 5:00 PM CST||Eagan, MN||$2,650.00||Enroll||Enroll|
|Aug 01, 2016||9:00 AM - 5:00 PM CST||Eagan, MN||$2,650.00||Enroll||Enroll|
|Sep 26, 2016||9:00 AM - 5:00 PM CST||Eagan, MN||$2,650.00||Enroll||Enroll|
|Dec 05, 2016||9:00 AM - 5:00 PM CST||Eagan, MN||$2,650.00||Enroll||Enroll|
This is a five-day course with in-depth chapters being organized to solidify the students' learning experience. The labs are long for great "hands-on" learning.
This course presents all the essential tools, libraries, components and best practices that today’s Web developers must utilize while building leading-edge ASP.NET Web applications. It begins by explaining the different Web application architectures and project types supported by Visual Studio 2010. Next, it introduces the different types of Web controls that are at the developers’ disposal. It also demonstrates the power of creating custom Web controls. User controls and master pages demonstrate the power of code reuse while the site navigation controls can be used to simplify navigation for the Web users. A thorough explanation of data binding is covered using the latest Web data controls. Students also learn about the ASP.NET provider model introduced with .NET 2.0 and newer. Web Parts are also extensively covered for use on ASP.NET and SharePoint Web sites. Today’s Web security risks are explained and AJAX and jQuery are covered to offer a Web 2.0 user experience. Often overlooked in other courses, the different methods of ASP.NET Web deployment are also explained. The course wraps up with an introduction to Silverlight programming, which is Microsoft’s answer to Adobe's Flash technology.
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After completing this course students will:
This class is intended for experienced .NET developers who understand the basics of Object Oriented Programming (OOP) and a base-level understanding of any version of .NET .