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Lesson Posted on 10 Mar .Net/ASP.NET

Contents Of ASP.NET

Vilas Dongre

I have 16 years of experience in IT training with C , CPP, C#, ASP.NET. Also taken batches at various colleges.

Getting Started with ASP.NET This module explains how to build and configure a simple ASP.NET application. Lessons: Introduction to ASP.NET Web Applications Features of ASP.NET Configuring ASP.NET Applications Lab: Creating and Configuring an ASP.NET Application: Creating an ASP.NET Application Configuring... read more

Getting Started with ASP.NET  

This module explains how to build and configure a simple ASP.NET application.

Lessons:

  • Introduction to ASP.NET Web Applications
  • Features of ASP.NET
  • Configuring ASP.NET Applications

Lab: Creating and Configuring an ASP.NET Application:

  • Creating an ASP.NET Application
  • Configuring Session State
  • Configuring Caching

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Explain how to create dynamic Web pages by using ASP.NET.
  • Manage state, handle requests, and improve accessibility by using the features of ASP.NET.
  • Configure an ASP.NET application by using .config files.

Implementing a User Interface with ASP.NET Server Controls

This module explains how to implement a dynamic user interface by using ASP.NET controls.

Lessons

  • Consuming Controls to Interact with Users
  • Creating Custom Controls

Lab: Consuming and Creating ASP.NET Server Controls

  • Creating a User Interface by Using Server Controls in an ASP.NET Form
  • Creating User Controls and Custom Server Controls

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Create a user interface on an ASP.NET page by using standard Web server controls.
  • Create a user control and a custom server control and add them to an ASP.NET page.

Displaying and Manipulating Data in ASP.NET: 

This module explains how to display and manipulate data from any source in an ASP.NET application.

Lessons

  • Accessing Data by Using ADO.NET
  • Accessing Data from Services
  • Presenting Data in Web Controls

Lab: Displaying and Manipulating Data in ASP.NET  

  • Accessing Data from an XML File as a Data Source
  • Consuming Data from a Web Service
  • Displaying Data by Using Data-Bound Controls

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Access and manipulate data from different sources by using ADO.NET .
  • Access and manipulate data from Windows Communication Foundation services or Web services.
  • Present data to the user by placing data-bound controls on an ASP.NET page.

Creating Responsive Pages by Using Client-Side Technologies

This module explains how to create pages that respond rapidly to user requests.

Lessons:

  • Creating Partial Page Updates by Using AJAX
  • Scripting Actions on the Web Client

Lab: Creating Responsive Pages by Using Client-Side Technologies

  • Implementing Partial Page Updates by Using AJAX Controls
  • Accessing a Web Service by Using a Client-Side Script

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Improve page responsiveness by using the ASP.NET AJAX controls.
  • Interact with the user, access services, and access the AJAX client-side library by using client scripts.

Debugging and Deploying ASP.NET Applications

This module explains how to deploy a reliable, robust Web application to a Web server.

Lessons:

  • Troubleshooting and Debugging ASP.NET Applications
  • Deploying Completed ASP.NET Applications

Lab: Debugging and Deploying an ASP.NET Application

  • Debugging an ASP.NET Application
  • Deploying an ASP.NET Application

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Find and eliminate bugs in an ASP.NET application.
  • Deploy an ASP.NET application to a production Web server.

Getting Started with ADO.NET: 

This module explains how to connect to a database and retrieve data by using ADO.NET commands.

Lessons

  • Introduction to ADO.NET
  • Connecting to a Database and Retrieving Data
  • Best Practices for Managing Connections and Performing Queries

Lab: Connecting to a Database and Retrieving Data

  • Connecting to a Database
  • Executing a Simple Query
  • Executing a Query That Returns a Result Set
  • Executing a Query That Requires a Parameter

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the purpose and structure of ADO.NET .
  • Explain the role of data providers in ADO.NET .
  • List the technologies and techniques available for managing data with ADO.NET .

Modifying Data by Using ADO.NET Commands

This module explains how to modify data by using ADO.NET commands.

Lessons

  • Inserting, Updating, and Deleting Data
  • Managing Data Integrity and Concurrency

Lab: Modifying Data by Using ADO.NET Commands

  • Inserting, Updating, and Deleting Data in a Database
  • Implementing Transactional Updates
  • Executing Commands Asynchronously

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Insert, update, and delete data by using ADO.NET Command objects.
  • Implement transactions to control data integrity and concurrency.

Querying and Maintaining Data by Using DataSets:

This module explains how to use DataSets to fetch and modify data, and act as a local data cache.

Lessons:

  • Creating and Using a DataSet to Retrieve Data
  • Updating a Database by Using a DataSet
  • Using a DataSet in an Occasionally Connected Environment

Lab: Using a DataSet to Retrieve and Modify Data

  • Creating a Typed DataSet
  • Retrieving Data into a DataSet
  • Modifying Data in a DataSet
  • Saving a DataSet and Resolving Conflicts

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Define and use a DataSet for retrieving data.
  • Use a DataSet to update a database.
  • Use a DataSet as a local cache in an occasionally connected environment.

Querying and Maintaining Data by Using LINQ:

This module explains how to use LINQ to retrieve and update data.

Lessons:

  • Querying In-Memory Data by Using LINQ Query Expressions
  • Retrieving Data by Using LINQ to SQL
  • Modifying Data by Using LINQ to SQL

Lab: Querying and Maintaining Data by Using LINQ to SQL

  • Defining Entity Classes
  • Retrieving Data by Using LINQ to SQL
  • Modifying Data by Using LINQ to SQL

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Define LINQ queries for selecting data from an in-memory data structure.
  • Use LINQ to SQL to query data in a database.
  • Use LINQ to SQL to modify data and save changes to the database.

Implementing an Entity Model by Using the ADO.NET Entity Framework

This module explains how to use the Entity Framework to implement an entity data model for querying and maintaining data.

Lessons:

  • Creating an Entity Data Model by Using the ADO.NET Entity Framework
  • Querying and Modifying Data by Using the ADO.NET Entity Framework

Lab: Implementing an Entity Data Model by Using the ADO.NET Entity Framework

  • Creating an Entity Data Model
  • Querying Entities in an Entity Data Model
  • Modifying Entities in an Entity Data Model

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Explain how to use the ADO.NET Entity Framework to map a database schema to a logical business model.
  • Use the ADO.NET Entity Framework to query and manage data.

Building Occasionally Connected Solutions by Using Synchronization Services

This module explains how to use Synchronization Services to build occasionally connected solutions.

Lessons:

  • Understanding Microsoft Synchronization Services
  • Downloading Data by Using Synchronization Services
  • Uploading Data by Using Synchronization Services

Lab: Building Occasionally Connected Solutions by Using Synchronization Services

  • Modifying a Database Schema to Support Synchronization
  • Downloading Data to a Client Computer
  • Uploading Data Changes to the Database

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Explain how Synchronization Services supports occasionally-connected solutions.
  • Use Synchronization Services to download data from a SQL Server database.
  • Use Synchronization Services to upload data to a SQL Server database.
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Lesson Posted on 05 Mar IT Courses .Net/ASP.NET

ASP.NET Syllabus

Arvind Yadav

I have ? 5 years of experience in Software with expertise on .Net Platform. ? Excellence in Client...

Part 1: Getting Started with ASP.NET Lesson 1: Overview Of Asp.Net Lesson 2: Adding Controls To A Web Page Lesson 3: Web Page Processing Lesson 4: Validating User Input Lesson 5: Navigating A Website Part 2: Creating & Deploying Rich ASP.NET Web Applications Lesson... read more
Part 1: Getting Started with ASP.NET
Lesson 1: Overview Of Asp.Net
Lesson 2: Adding Controls To A Web Page
Lesson 3: Web Page Processing
Lesson 4: Validating User Input
Lesson 5: Navigating A Website
 
Part 2: Creating & Deploying Rich ASP.NET Web Applications
Lesson 1: Understanding Asp.Net Apps
Lesson 2: Data Binding
Lesson 3: Rich Data Binding
Lesson 4: Deploying An Asp.Net Application
 
Part 3: Web Page User Interface Design Techniques
Lesson 1: Defining Standard Styles & Themes
Lesson 2: Defining Master Pages
Lesson 3: Creating User Controls
Lesson 4: Creating Custom Server Controls
Lesson 5: Extending Existing Controls
Lesson 6: Creating Portals
Lesson 7: Creating & Configuring Webparts
 
Part 4: Web Page Implementation Techniques
Lesson 1: Managing View State
Lesson 2: Using State Management Techniques
Lesson 3: Accessing Data By Using ADO.NET
Lesson 4: Going Further With ADO.NET
Lesson 5: Improving Performance By Using Caching.
Lesson 6: Managing Resources & Localization
Lesson 7: ASP.NET Security Essentials
Part 5: Live Project Training(C#   ASP.NET + SQL SERVER )
Section I: Project Analysis
  • Client Requirement Analysis.
  • Understanding the Purpose of the Project.
  • Finalizing Project Features.
Section II: Database Design
  • Creating a Database.
  • Designing the Tables and Fields.
  • Setting Relationship between tables.
Section III: Final Testing and Launch of Project on Server.

 

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Asked on 10/08/2017 .Net/ASP.NET

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Answered on 29/06/2017 .Net/.Net LINQ .Net/ASP.NET

Hi ,we have performance issue in our application. we are using LINQ with stored procedure. we are binding... read more
Hi ,we have performance issue in our application. we are using LINQ with stored procedure. we are binding the grid from multiple tables by using LINQ with SP .There are lakhs of records. now we are facing performance issue. Page Load is very slow .i want to use Custom Paging concept by using LINQ and Stored Procedure. Can you help me. read less

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You can use webAPI with Odata for lazy loading, Or use sql paging and use non clustered index for better performance.
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Lesson Posted on 03/06/2017 .Net/C# .NET .Net/ASP.NET

Extension method In C#

Surya Pandey

.Net Professional having 7+ years exp in training and development, having master degree in computer science....

Introduction. Hello Guys, In this article, I will explain what is extension method and why and where we should use this. Let’s understand the term extension means we are going to create something new with the help of old made things or objects etc. right? So this is very predictable word in... read more

Introduction.

Hello Guys,

In this article, I will explain what is extension method and why and where we should use this.

Let’s understand the term extension means we are going to create something new with the help of old made things or objects etc. right? So this is very predictable word in real world. On other hand in programming world this meaning is almost same with some new enhancements.

Let’s see the professional definition in terms of oops.

Extension method is special kind of static method which we can access throughout or outside of program.

Extension method help us to extend the class with new methods without any changes in base type or class .

We can create new methods in the dll library class also without changing the old code though extension method.

Let’s see the simple example of extension method using System;

namespace csharpdemoexample

{

public static class csharpdemo

{

public static void Main()

{

try

{

Console.WriteLine(Myextmethod(“Welcome”, “Extension”));

Console.Read();

}

catch (Exception ex)

{

throw ex;

}

}

public static string Myextmethod(this string a, string b)

{

return (a + ” ” + b); // This is the extension method named Myextmethod.

}

}

}

All right. Now one question would come to your mind is, why I have written the this keyword in parameter right?

So let me clarify this confusion. This is the keyword which require for first argument parameter no matter what data type you use for this. But this keyword is mandatory for extension method. If you are not defining the this, it will acts like a normal static method .

Now next question is how to use the extension method in dll file. In other words, if you have created the dll in C# so all the classes and method will be act as private. So how can we use the same dll and create the new method inside your new application.

So let’s see how we can achieve this task? Let’s add a Class library in your solution project.addclasslib

Created two methods inside dll class. Add and subtract right .

BaseDLL

Now I want to use this DLL into some project and using this class, I want to create one new method.

Like Multiply. So we will achieve this by extension method. Let’s see how? First, add the DLL reference inside you project in which you want to implement the new method. Okay?

AddDLLRef

 

using BaseDLL;

namespace csharpdemoexample

{

public static class csharpdemo

{

public static int Multiply(this MathDemo obj ,int a, int b)

{

return a * b; //This is the extension method i have created using DLL.

}

public static void Main()

{

try

{

MathDemo obj2 = new MathDemo();

Console.WriteLine(“Result of extension method multiply is :” + Multiply(obj2,10,20));

Console.Read(); //I have called the newly created method here. And it works like charm. Great isn't it ?

}

catch (Exception ex)

{

throw ex;

}

}

}

}

resultextmethod

Conclusion – Now I am done. So in this article we have seen what is extension method and how to create and use them.

Thanks for reading this article.

I hope this article will be helpful for you guys, your comments and feedback are always welcome.

Thanks,

Surya Prakash Pandey.

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Answered on 16/05/2017 .Net/ASP.NET

Anand Dubey

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If you are applying only with asp.net as skills set then you won't get much output. You required to update your skills based on market demand. You have to be fit in demands by brushing up your skills and adding more sugar in that. Then only you well get more sweet results. I hope, I have convinced you... read more
If you are applying only with asp.net as skills set then you won't get much output. You required to update your skills based on market demand. You have to be fit in demands by brushing up your skills and adding more sugar in that. Then only you well get more sweet results. I hope, I have convinced you to learn more growth more concept. Please reach out to me if you need further discussion. read less
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Lesson Posted on 04/03/2017 .Net/ASP.NET

ASP.NET - Introduction

Anandh Alagarsamy

I have 5 Years Experience in Software Professionals. Have 1 Year Experience in Asp.Net Web Application...

ASP.NET is a web development platform, which provides a programming model, a comprehensive software infrastructure and various services required to build up robust web applications for PC, as well as mobile devices. ASP.NET works on top of the HTTP protocol, and uses the HTTP commands and policies to... read more

ASP.NET is a web development platform, which provides a programming model, a comprehensive software infrastructure and various services required to build up robust web applications for PC, as well as mobile devices.

ASP.NET works on top of the HTTP protocol, and uses the HTTP commands and policies to set a browser-to-server bilateral communication and cooperation.

ASP.NET is a part of Microsoft .Net platform. ASP.NET applications are compiled codes, written using the extensible and reusable components or objects present in .Net framework. These codes can use the entire hierarchy of classes in .Net framework.

The Three Flavors of ASP.NET:
1.Web Forms
2.MVC
3.Web Pages 

ASP.NET Web Forms (.aspx pages):
The Web Forms framework targets developers who prefer declarative and control-based programming, such as Microsoft Windows Forms (WinForms) and WPF/XAML/Silverlight. It offers a WYSIWYG designer-driven (drag-and-drop) development model, so it's popular with developers looking for a rapid application development (RAD) environment for web development. If you’re new to web programming and are familiar with the traditional Microsoft RAD client development tools (for example, for
Visual Basic and Visual C#), you can quickly build a web application without having expertise in HTML and JavaScript.

ASP.NET MVC:
By dividing the application into the model (M), views (V), and controllers (C), ASP.NET MVC can make it easier to manage complexity in larger applications. With ASP.NET MVC, you can have multiple teams working on a web site because the code for the business logic is separate from the code and markup for the presentation layer — developers can work on the business logic while designers work on the markup and JavaScript that is sent to the browser.

ASP.NET Web Pages (.cshtml and .vbhtml files):
ASP.NET Web Pages targets developers who want a simple web development story, along the lines of PHP. In the Web Pages model, you create HTML pages and then add server-based code to the page in order to dynamically control how that markup is rendered.

 

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Lesson Posted on 26/12/2016 .Net/ASP.NET

ASP .Net Interview Questions.

Santosh Kumar Singh

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1. What is ASP? Active Server Pages (ASP), also known as Classic ASP, is a Microsoft's server-side technology, which helps in creating dynamic and user-friendly Web pages. It uses different scripting languages to create dynamic Web pages, which can be run on any type of browser. The Web pages are built... read more

1. What is ASP?

Active Server Pages (ASP), also known as Classic ASP, is a Microsoft's server-side technology, which helps in creating dynamic and user-friendly Web pages. It uses different scripting languages to create dynamic Web pages, which can be run on any type of browser. The Web pages are built by using either VBScript or JavaScript and these Web pages have access to the same services as Windows application, including ADO (ActiveX Data Objects) for database access, SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) for e-mail, and the entire COM (Component Object Model) structure used in the Windows environment. ASP is implemented through a dynamic-link library (asp.dll) that is called by the IIS server when a Web page is requested from the server.

2. What is ASP.NET?

ASP.NET is a specification developed by Microsoft to create dynamic Web applications, Web sites, and Web services. It is a part of .NET Framework. You can create ASP.NET applications in most of the .NET compatible languages, such as Visual Basic, C#, and J#. The ASP.NET compiles the Web pages and provides much better performance than scripting languages, such as VBScript. The Web Forms support to create powerful forms-based Web pages. You can use ASP.NET Web server controls to create interactive Web applications. With the help of Web server controls, you can easily create a Web application.

 

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Lesson Posted on 09/12/2016 .Net/ASP.NET

ASP.net MVC 5

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ASP.NET MVC It’s a part of ASP.NET and provides an alternative to ASP.NET webforms. You can even mix webforms and MVC. Basic concepts like state management are still the same. Thus, if you have some knowledge of Webforms then you can reuse it while learning ASP.NET MVC. The MVC (Model-View-Controller)... read more

ASP.NET MVC

It’s a part of ASP.NET and provides an alternative to ASP.NET webforms. You can even mix webforms and MVC. Basic concepts like state management are still the same. Thus, if you have some knowledge of Webforms then you can reuse it while learning ASP.NET MVC.

The MVC (Model-View-Controller) design pattern has been around for a few decades, and it's been used across many different technologies. Everything from Smalltalk to C++ to Java, and now C Sharp and .NET use this design pattern to build a user interface.

Following are some salient features of the MVC pattern:

* Originally it was named Thing-Model-View-Editor in 1979, and then it was later simplified to Model- View-Controller.

* It is a powerful and elegant means of separating concerns within an application (for example, separating data access logic from display logic) and applies itself extremely well to web applications.

* It increases the testability of your application parts.

History

Microsoft has released various versions till date, right from ASP.NET MVC 1.0.

ASP.NET MVC 5.2 is the latest release and 6.0 is in beta.

In April 2009, the ASP.NET MVC source code was released under the Microsoft Public License (MS-PL). "ASP.NET MVC framework is a lightweight, highly testable presentation framework that is integrated with the existing ASP.NET features.

Some of these integrated features are master pages and membership-based authentication. The MVC framework is defined in the System.Web.Mvc assembly.

In March 2012, Microsoft had released part of its web stack (including ASP.NET MVC, Razor and Web API) under an open source license (Apache License 2.0). ASP.NET Web Forms was not included in this initiative.

Benefits of ASP.NET MVC

Following are the benefits of using ASP.NET MVC:−

Makes it easier to manage complexity by dividing an application into the model, the view, and the controller.

Enables full control over the rendered HTML and provides a clean separation of concerns.

Direct control over HTML also means better accessibility for implementing compliance with evolving Web standards.

Facilitates adding more interactivity and responsiveness to existing apps.

Provides better support for test-driven development (TDD).

Works well for Web applications that are supported by large teams of developers and for Web designers who need a high degree of control over the application behavior.

* The Model − A set of classes that describes the data you are working with as well as the business logic. There are two types of Models 1) Domain Model 2) View Model

* The View − Defines how the output will be displayed. It is a pure HTML, which decides how the UI is going to look like. The views are rendered by View Engines. We have 1) ASPX View Engine 2) Razor View Engine

* The Controller − A set of classes that handles communication from the user, overall application flow, and application-specific logic.

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Lesson Posted on 18/10/2016 .Net/.Net MVC .Net .Net/ASP.NET

Service-Level Agreement (SLA) Definition

Mohammad

A service-level agreement (SLA) is a contract between a service provider and its internal or external customers that documents what services the provider will furnish. SLAs originated with network service providers, but are now widely used by telecommunicationservice providers and cloud computing service... read more

A service-level agreement (SLA) is a contract between a service provider and its internal or external customers that documents what services the provider will furnish.

SLAs originated with network service providers, but are now widely used by telecommunicationservice providers and cloud computing service providers. Corporate IT organizations, particularly those that have embraced IT service management (ITSM), enter SLAs with their in-house customers (users in other departments within the enterprise). An IT department creates an SLA so that its services can be measured, justified and perhaps compared with those of outsourcing vendors.

SLAs measure the service provider’s performance and quality in a number of ways. Some metrics that SLAs may specify include:

Availability and uptime -- the percentage of the time services will be available

The number of concurrent users that can be served

Specific performance benchmarks to which actual performance will be periodically compared

Application response time

The schedule for notification in advance of network changes that may affect users

Help desk response time for various classes of problems

Usage statistics that will be provided.

In addition to establishing performance metrics, an SLA may include a plan for addressing downtime and documentation for how the service provider will compensate customers in the event of a contract breach. SLAs, once established, should be periodically reviewed and updated to reflect changes in technology and the impact of any new regulatory directives (changes to the PCI DSS standard, for instance).

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