Basic Dotnet

Duration : 45 Hrs

This item is about the Microsoft technology. For the top-level domain, see .net. For other uses, see .NET. The .NET Framework is a software framework recognized by Microsoft that runs primarily on Microsoft Windows. It comprises a large library and provides language interoperability across numerous programming languages. Programs written for the .NET Framework implement in a software environment, known as the Shared Language Runtime (CLR), an application virtual machine that delivers services such as security, memory controlling, and exception handling. The class library and the CLR together establish the .NET Framework.

The .NET Framework Base Class Library offers user interface, data admittance , database connectivity, cryptography, web application development, numeric procedures, and network communications. Programmers yield software by linking their own source code with the .NET Framework and other collections. The .NET Framework is planned to be used by most new applications formed for the Windows platform. Microsoft also produces an combined development environment largely for .NET software called Visual Studio.

DotNet Online Training Introduction
  • Understanding Microsoft .NET managed execution environment
  • Common Language Runtime (CLR) and Intermediate Language (IL)
  • Common Type System, Common Language Specification, and Framework Class Library
  • Microsoft only? Not anymore
  • Introduction to Visual Studio .NET
  • Visual Basic .NET application development
  • Internet Information Server (IIS) Concepts
  • Windows Forms, Web Forms, Web Services,
  • ASP.NET (Active Server Pages for .NET)
  • ADO.NET (ActiveX Data Objects for .NET)
  • SQL Server and other databases
  • MicroSoft Visual Studio Dot Net
  • Using Visual Studio to create a web site
  • Using VBScript and JavaScript in web pages
  • VBScript compared to JavaScript
  • Client-side and Server-side scripts
  • Using Active-X controls
  • Internet Information Server (IIS) concepts
  • ASP.NET (Active Server Pages) Use ADO.NET to access data objects
  • Record sets and tables
  • Query Designer and Database Designer
  • Stored procedures
  • Deployment of applications
  • Creating scalable applications
MicroSoft Visual Studio Dot Net
  • .NET platform and framework
  • .NET Framework and Architecture
  • .NET Framework Class Library
  • ADO .NET
  • Accessing Relational Databases
  • DataGrids
  • DataSets
  • DataReaders
  • DataViews
  • Exception Handling
  • Serialization and Deserialization
  • XML access
  • ASP.NET and Web Forms
  • Event-driven Forms
  • Data binding
  • Attributes, and Reflection
  • Server Controls and Client Controls
  • State and State Management
  • Security, SSL, and Forms-based authentication
  • Deployment Issues
  • Networking with Socket-Client
Web Technology Overview
  • VB.NET
  • Components of Visual Basic programming
  • Understanding the impact of the .NET framework
  • .NET platform and framework
  • Windows Applications
  • Web Applications
  • Forms, Menus, and Controls
  • Form and Control properties
  • Text boxes, labels, buttons, check boxes, lists, and more
  • Event-driven processing
  • Visual Basic commands and syntax
  • Data types, variables and arrays
  • Looping and program control
  • Sub and Function Procedures
  • Pre-defined functions
  • Interactive debugging and exception handling
  • Object-Oriented features
  • Accessing SQL data using ADO.NET
  • Introduction to ASP.NET
  • Data binding in ASP.NET
  • Using XML and search tool in ASP.NET
  • Configuring, Debugging and Deploying ASP.NET Application
  • Managing state and securing ASP.NET Web Application


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