Microsoft ASP.NET is more than just the next generation of Active Server Pages (ASP). Microsoft’s ASP.net is a server-side scripting technology utilized to make dynamic and interactive Web applications. It offers an entirely new programming model for making network applications that take benefit of the Internet.
Our procedure involves a true programming experience with faculties coming from the industry and reputed institute and an environment created for live project training with the books used for reference. You can avail the facility of working experience with live project training from international clients. Microsoft .NET framework was introduced with ASP.NET programming and it simplified the way web applications were built.
Topics covered in our course:
- Introduction of .Net Framework Initially in our ASP.NET Programming session, we will go through the basics of ASP.NET programming. We firstly begin with the Introduction of .Net Framework, The Common Language Run Time and .Net Class Framework.
- Introduction of Visual studio Components like Solution Explorer, References, Assembly Information Screen, The Properties Window and The New Code Window.
- Programming structures Variable, Data Types, Reference Types, Object Oriented Terminology, Working with Objects, Creating Classes, Overloading Methods, Constructors, Shared Methods, etc.
- Inheritance and Interface Implement inheritance i.e. creating base class, subclass and using ‘inherit’ keyword; Overloading and overriding methods, Shadowing, and Object interface in detail.
- Generics Generics Types, Generics Methods, Creation of Generics, Classes & inheritance, Structures, Interfaces, Constraints and Generics & late binding.
- Namespace Concept of Namespace, Common Namespace, Importing Namespace, Referencing Namespaces and Creating own Namespaces.
- Troubleshooting Error handling, Structured Exception Handling, Error logging, Debugging and Tracing.
- Web Applications Configuring Web Applications, Controlling Web Applications, Creating Web Applications and Deploying Web Applications.
- Web Controls Custom Controls, Input Validation Controls, Intrinsic Controls, List Bound Controls, Rich Controls and User Controls.
- Web Forms Code-Behind, Directives, Lifecycle, State and Use of IDE.
- Introduction to XML At last in the ASP.NET course, you will learn about XML Serialization and XML Stream-Style Parsers.