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MTA Web Development Fundamentals (Exam 98-363) Online Course (12 months Access)

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This training course is designed to prepare students for the MTA Web Development Fundamentals exam, which is designed to provide candidates with an assessment of their knowledge of fundamental Web development concepts. It can also serve as a stepping-stone to the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist exams for ASP.NET Web Development. This certification is ideal for high school or college students that want to explore the Web Development path. This can also improve college applications and resumes.


• 9 Hours of Interactive Training on 4 CDs or 12 Months Online On-Demand Access
• Understand core programming concepts like; Object-Oriented Programming, Error Handling
and Computer Decision Structure
• Understand the difference between; Inheritance, Encapsulation and Polymorphism
• Learn the fundamentals of ASP.NET development

What is Microsoft Technical Associate?

The Microsoft Technology Associate is a new, entry-level certification designed to help individuals take the first step toward a career as an IT professional or developer.

How does the MTA Certification fit into the overall Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) program?

There are millions of people in the world who would like to pursue a career in technology, but lack the foundational knowledge necessary to pursue one of the Technology Specialist (MCTS) or Professional certifications (MCITP). The MTA certification creates a new entry point for these people to help...

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What you'll learn on the course

IT Development
Web Development

Course programme

Section A: Introduction
MTA Overview
Microsoft Certification Roadmap
Exam 98-363 Overview

Section B: Understanding Web Page Structure
Visual Studio Templates
Creating a New Web Page From a Template
Template-Based Design Considerations
Understanding Web Page Parts
Web Page Parts: The Body
Web Page Parts: Script
View HTML Elements in VS
Understanding ASPX Page Declaration
Understanding Server Controls

Section C: Customizing Page Layout
Using ASPX Label Control
Using ASPX HyperLink Control
Using ASPX TextBox Control
Using ASPX Button Control
Using ASPX Image/Menu Controls
Understanding User Controls
Master Pages
Content Pages
Modifying CSS
Overriding Styles

Section D: Understanding Web App Structure
Web Application Structure
Class Libraries
File Types

Section E: Understanding Page Life Cycle
Handling User Input
Visual Studio Debugger
Page Life Cycle
Page Events
Page_Load and IsPostBack
Cross-Page Posting
Other Common Page Events

Section F: Application and Session Life Cycles
Application Events
Session Events
Creating Application Objects
Session Overview

Section G: Understanding Web Communications
HTTP Overview
Web Server Responsibilities
Intrinsic Objects
Displaying Request Properties
Adding a QueryString Object

Section A: Understanding Web Site Configuration
Web Application Configuration
Application Settings
Configuring Application Settings
Configuring Web Page AppSettings
Working with ConfigSource

Section B: Bugs, Errors, and Exceptions
Error Pages
Handling Errors
Exception Handling
Catching Exceptions
Using Response.Write
Using Trace.Write
Using Application Error Event Handler
Using Breakpoints to Debug in VS

Section C: Web Page Deployment
Deployment Methods
Deployment Options
Create a Web Deployment Package
Create a SQL Deployment Package
Publishing a Web Application
Create a Web Setup Project
Configure Deployment Options
Signing/Other Options

Section D: Web Page Management
Application Pools
Configure Application Pools

Section E: Storing Data
Client-Side Storage
Server-Side Storage
Cookies Defined
Storing Client Data in a Cookie
View State Defined
View State DEMO
Application/Session State Defined
Application/Session State DEMO

Section A: XML
XML Defined
Reading an XML Document
Displaying XML to the Client
Defining Specific XmlNodeType
XML Classes Defined

Section B: Web Services
Web Service Defined
Create a Web Service using WebMethod
Debugging a Web Service
Connecting to a Web Service

Section C: Working with Databases
Databases Defined
Web Site Architecture
Database Types
Data Access Technologies
Creating a DynamicData Web App
Understanding the DBML Model
Viewing Table Data
Understanding Database Classes
Database Changes in Web.config
Browsing the DB via a Web App
Understanding Register.Routes
Understanding Dynamic Data App Structure
Field Templates
DynamicData Web.config

Section D: Binding Data to Web
Data Binding
LINQ Queries
Using LINQ to Query a DB
Legacy Database Classes
Database Connections

Section E: Client-Side Programming
Client-Side Programming Defined
JavaScript Overview
Create JavaScript App using ASP.NET
Running JavaScript Apps
Debugging JavaScript Apps
Extending JavaScript with jQuery

Section F: Client-Side Scripting Technologies
Microsoft AJAX Defined
Using the UpdatePanel Control
More AJAX Controls
AJAX Triggers

Section A: Web Forms Authentication
ASP.NET Membership
ASP.NET Membership Controls
Using Forms Authentication

Section B: Windows Authentication
Windows Membership
Using Windows Authentication

Section C: Other Authentication Methods
Impersonation Defined
Configuring Impersonation
Other Authentication Mechanisms

Section D: Data Validation
Validation Defined
Validation Classes
Using Validator Controls

Section E: Exam Review
CSS Overview
Web Page Configuration Considerations
Client-Side Storage
Server-Side Storage
Page Life Cycle
Application Pools
Deployment Methods
Web Services
Data Sources