M2310: Developing Web Applications Using Microsoft Visual Studio .Net

5 Day Course
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Official Microsoft Curriculum
Code M2310

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This five-day instructor-led course will teach introductory-level Web developers the fundamentals of Web application development and best practices for Microsoft Web development technologies, including ASP.NET 3.5, ASP.NET AJAX Extensions and Silverlight. This course focuses on using the Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 development environment and the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 to create a Web application that delivers dynamic content to a Web site.

This course is intended for introductory-level Web developers who have knowledge of Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) or Dynamic HTML (DHTML), along with some knowledge of a scripting language such as Visual Basic Scripting Edition or Microsoft JScript.

This course is also appropriate for Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0, Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) or classic ASP developers who want to learn ASP.NET 3.5 and other Microsoft Web development technologies.

Please note that this course is on Visual Studio .Net. Users of Visual Studio 2008 are advised to attend the Building Effective ASP .NET 3.5 Web Applications using Visual Studio 2008 course.

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Overview of the Microsoft .NET Framework and Dynamic Web Sites (3 topics)

  • Overview of the .NET Framework
  • Overview of ASP.NET
  • Overview of the Lab application

Using Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 (4 topics)

  • Overview of Visual Studio 2008
  • Creating an ASP.NET Web Application Project
  • Overview of the Microsoft .NET-Based Languages
  • Creating a Component by Using Visual Studio 2008

UCreating a Microsoft ASP.NET Web Form (3 topics)

  • Creating Web Forms
  • Adding Server Controls to a Web Form
  • Creating Master Pages

Adding Code to a Microsoft ASP.NET Web Form (3 topics)

  • Implementing Code-Behind Pages
  • Adding Event Procedures to Web Server Controls
  • Handling Page Events

Tracing in Microsoft ASP.NET Web Applications (2 topics)

  • Tracing and the Trace Object
  • Remote Debugging

Validating User Input (3 topics)

  • Overview of User Input Validation
  • Validation Controls
  • Page Validation

Creating and Implementing User Controls (2 topics)

  • Adding User Controls to an ASP.NET Web Form
  • Creating User Controls

Accessing Data with Microsoft ADO.NET and Visual Studio 2008 (4 topics)

  • Overview of ADO.NET
  • Connecting to a Database
  • Accessing Data
  • Accessing Multiple Tables

Accomplishing Complex Data Access Tasks (3 topics)

  • Overview of Stored Procedures
  • Calling Stored Procedures
  • Data Access with LINQ to SQL

Reading and Writing XML Data (4 topics)

  • Overview of XML Architecture in ASP.NET
  • XML and the DataSet Object
  • Managing XML Data
  • Accessing XML Data by Using the XML Web Server Control

Creating an ASP.NET AJAX Application (3 topics)

  • Introduction to ASP.NET AJAX
  • Creating an ASP.NET AJAX Application by Using the ASP.NET AJAX Extensions
  • Extending an Application by Using the ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit

Delivering Dynamic Content with Microsoft Silverlight (2 topics)

  • Overview of Microsoft Silverlight
  • Creating Silverlight-Based Applications with Visual Studio 2008

Consuming and Creating XML Web Services (3 topics)

  • Overview of Using XML Web Services
  • Calling an XML Web Service
  • Creating an XML Web Service

Managing State (3 topics)

  • State Management
  • Application and Session Variables
  • Cookies and Cookieless Sessions

Configuring, Optimizing, and Deploying a Microsoft ASP.NET Web Application (4 topics)

  • Implementing the Cache Object
  • ASP.NET Output Caching
  • Configuring an ASP.NET Web Application
  • Deploying an ASP.NET Web Application

Securing a Microsoft ASP.NET Web Application (3 topics)

  • Web Application Security Overview
  • Windows-Based Authentication
  • Forms-Based Authentication


Programming experience using Microsoft Visual Basic or Microsoft Visual C#, including: * Declaring variables * Using loops * Using conditional statements The completion of Course 4994, Introduction to Programming Microsoft .NET Framework Applications with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005, satisfies the preceding prerequisite skills requirements for Visual Basic and Visual C#.

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