Building ASP.NET Web Forms Applications Training

Course 2621

  • Duration: 4 days
  • Labs: Yes
  • Language: English
  • Level: Intermediate

Gain the knowledge and skills you need to build dynamic web applications with ASP.NET Web Forms and Visual Studio. In this ASP.NET Web Forms training course, you will leverage rapid application development techniques and build n-tier web applications with efficient access to databases and sophisticated user interfaces that employ data- and model-binding, as well as data-source controls.

    ASP.NET Web Forms Delivery Methods

    • In-Person

    • Online

    ASP.NET Web Forms Course Benefits

    Build HTML5 web applications using ASP.NET and Visual StudioDesign consistent User Interfaces (UIs) with Master Pages, user controls, and Web Form controlsSecure access to the application using Web Forms authenticationCreate a more responsive UI with Ajax and the Web API

    Continue learning and face new challenges with after-course one-on-one instructor coaching

    ASP.NET Web Forms Course Outline


    • Experience with a modern programming language, such as Java or a .NET language (Visual Basic, C#) at the level of:
    • Familiarity with application development concepts, as well as the Windows graphical environment
    • Have an understanding of client-side technologies, such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
    • You should know how to:
      • Work with objects (call methods, set/read properties, write event-driven code)
      • Create user interfaces in desktop or web applications
      • Employ modern language constructs

    Introduction to Web Forms

    • Constructing ASP.NET pages with Web Form controls
    • Developing HTML5 web pages with Visual Studio
    • Examining content with Page Inspector

    Designing Web Forms

    • Applying common Web Form controls
    • Creating consistent layouts with Master Pages
    • Sharing reusable content with Web User controls

    Activating Web Forms

    • Handling control events
    • Sending e-mail from a web page
    • Validating user input

    Developing data-driven applications

    • Connecting to a database with data source controls
    • Binding data sources to Web Form controls
    • Automating data access with GridView, FormView, ListView and DetailsView
    • Utilizing code-first Entity Framework and LINQ to Entities for data access

    Modifying data

    • Inserting, updating and deleting with DbContext
    • Managing updates with two-way Model Binding
    • Reporting errors and checking validity with ModelState

    Creating multitier applications

    • Implementing business logic in the middle tier
    • Encapsulating validation logic with Data Annotations
    • Binding to business objects with ObjectDataSource

    Managing state in web applications

    • Reading and writing cookies
    • Storing user state in the session object
    • Leveraging caching for performance and scalability

    Implementing web security

    • Authenticating users from the Internet
    • Limiting access to authorized users

    Creating a richer UI with Ajax extensions

    • Integrating Ajax with existing pages
    • Increasing responsiveness with UpdatePanel
    • Triggering Ajax from outside the UpdatePanel

    Making custom Ajax requests with jQuery

    • Writing and calling RESTful services with the ASP.NET Web API
    • Leveraging jQuery and jQuery UI for DHTML
    • Working with the $.get() and .ready() methods

    Creating flexible Web Forms

    • Repackaging existing content for mobile devices
    • Reducing duplication with user controls and master pages

    Harnessing jQuery Mobile

    • Controlling layout with HTML5 data-* attributes
    • Disabling Ajax navigation for maximum compatibility
    • Displaying lists and collapsible content blocks

    Improving search engine rankings

    • Simplifying URLs with friendlyUrls
    • Retrieving URL segments

    Integrating jQuery plugins

    • Adding plugins to Web Form pages
    • Enhancing the UI with the .rate() plugin

    Leveraging the Geolocation API

    • Finding user location with getCurrentPosition()
    • Calculating distances with DbGeography
    • Packaging for deployment
    • Transforming the web.config for production

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    ASP.NET Web Forms Course FAQs

    ASP.NET Web Forms are dynamic web applications.

    Yes! We know your busy work schedule may prevent you from getting to one of our classrooms which is why we offer convenient online training to meet your needs wherever you want. This course is available in class and live online.

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