Microsoft .NET Framework - Self-Paced


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Edureka's Microsoft .NET course is a 30 hours course, which covers all the concepts that made .NET probably the most popular Microsoft Framework. Starting from the basics i.e. Framework Architecture, create the first and basic applications. We use ASP.NET and IIS for making the user view and making your Web Application more secure. At the end of the course, we will also create Web Applications and Web Services using MS.NET Framework.

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What you'll learn on the course

Microsoft .Net

Course programme

1. .NET Architecture, Visual Studio IDE

Learning Objectives - In this module, you will understand .NET Framework Architecture, Components, Visual Studio Software Installation and the different languages supported in .NET.

Topics - Introduction to .NET Framework, Architecture, Evolution, .NET Versions, .NET Framework Components, Visual Studio Versions, Installation, Components of IDE, Features of Visual Studio IDE, Creating Project, Solution Using Visual Studio IDE and Shortcuts in IDE.

2. Introduction to C#.NET and OOPs using C#.NET

Learning Objectives - In this module, you will learn about Understand C#.NET program structure followed by writing programs, C#.NET compiler, Data types, Control structures, C#.NET built in classes, struct, etc., Console Application, Arrays in detail. Understand OOPs concepts and implementation using C#.NET. Understand how to handling exceptions, Working with .NET Concepts properties, indexers, delegates, Understand DataObjects in System.Data namespace.

Topics - C# language basics (Syntax, keywords, operators, data types), importing namespace, Create Console Application. Using Convert, String, DateTime, Arrays, etc in-detail OOPS in C#.NET. Create and implement class, object, method, Polymorphism Inheritance, abstract class, interface, Exception Handling, properties and indexers, Delegates, Data Objects.

3. Windows Forms using C#.NET

Learning Objectives - In this module, you will learn about the System.Windows.Forms Namespace, understand the development and execution of Windows Form available Tools/controls and their events.

Topics - Visual Studio IDE for Windows Forms, Creating Windows Forms, Working with controls like Label, TextBox, Button, RadioButton, CheckBox, ListBox, ComboBox, PicureBox, Dialog, Timer and Handling Events.

4. ADO.NET -Data Access from SQL Server

Learning Objectives - In this module, we will learn ADO.NET Architecture with its API, available classes and objects in API. Understand Connection vs Disconnection Oriented Models, How to perform CRUD operations, Understand issue queries and stored procedure.

Topics - Ado.NET Architecture and ADO.NET Library, Creating and Establish database connectivity, Connection vs Disconnection Model, CRUD operations using Connection Oriented Model with SqlCommand and SqlDataReader, Navigation of data in data objects using Disconnection oriented model with SqlDataAdapter DataSet, DataTable, etc.

5. Collections and Assemblies

Learning Objectives - In this module, we will discuss the need of Collections, Collections API in .NET, Generics and Generic Collection. Iteration of collection with foreach loop. Also, understand Assembly, available assemblies, create and install assembly into GAC, understand strong name, GAC, GACUTIL, AssemblyInfo.cs file, consume assembly.

Topics - Collection, Collection API, Generics, Generic Collection, Index and Key-Value paired collections, Assembly, Types of assemblies, Create Assembly, Create strong name, Install Assembly in GAC, Consume class library.


Learning Objectives - In this module, we will start with introduction to WebApplication, understand the architecture of WebApplication, developing WebApplication-using ASP.NET, Web Server, Types of Web Servers, Web page, inpage technique and CodeBehind ASP.NET page submission process and PAGE Life Cycle events and understand PostBack.

Topics - ASP.NET Specification, Webpage, WebSite, Web Application, WebServers (IIS, IISExpress), PostBack, PostBack types, Inpage vs Codebehind, Page Life Cycle events.

7. Web Server Controls

Learning Objectives - In this module, we will learn to place Web Server controls and handling events for standard controls and validation controls.

Topics - Web Server Control, Available Web Sever controls, Using regular controls like, label, texbox, ListControl, RadioButtonList, CheckBoxList, DropDownList, BulletedList, ListBox, Validation of input using validation controls.

8. LinQ, 3-Tier Architecture

Learning Objectives - In this module, we will understand the architecture of Linq, Why Linq, Linq To Sql and accessing data (perform CRUD Operations) using Linq. Also, understand Layered/Tiered Architecture and develop an application using 3-Tier.

Topics - Introduction to Linq, Linq type queries, sql like queries, Linq syntax, access DataSource like Array, XML and database using Linq, Introduction to 3-Tier and example on 3-Tier Application.

9. State Management, Ajax

Learning Objectives - In this module, we will understand HTTP stateless behavior and maintain the state using State Management Techniques. We will also understand the navigation of data from existing page to specified page. We will also learn how to handle Partial Postback using Ajax and Ajax tools.

Topics - Introduction to State Management Techniques, ViewState, QueryString, Session, Cookie, Application and Cache, Ajax introduction and Architecture, Ajax extension controls, Demo Example, Task.

10. Security and Web Services

Learning Objectives - In this module, we will understand implementation of security for Webpage in the Web Application. Understand Authentication, Authorization, Restricting page access. We will also understand Web Service creation, consuming Web Services with suitable application/demo.

Topics - Introduction to Security, Security in ASP.NET, Authentication (Anonymous Authentication, Windows Authentication, Forms Authentication), Authorization, Securing a page and folders, WebService Introduction, SOA, SOAP, WSDL, UDDI, etc., Example and Task.

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