M2311: Advanced Web Application Development Using Microsoft ASP.Net

3 Day Course
Hands On
Official Microsoft Curriculum
Code M2311

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Considerations for Building Advanced ASP.NET Applications (4 topics)

  • Building Enterprise Web Applications With ASP.NET
  • Presentation Layer
  • Data Access Layer
  • Business Logic Layer

Designing Data Tier Components (5 topics)

  • Implementing Data Access Logic Components
  • Designing a Data Abstraction Layer
  • Performance Tuning for Data Access
  • Managing Settings and Configuration with Typed DataSets
  • Best Practices for Reliable Data Access

Web Presentation Patterns (8 topics)

  • Using Design Patterns in Web Applications
  • Creating Dynamic Interfaces with User Controls
  • Using Inheritance to Define Basic Site Functionality
  • Using Collection Classes for DataBinding
  • Properties and Elements of the DataGrid
  • Optimal Data Paging for DataGrids
  • DataGrid Editing Techniques
  • Creating Master/Detail Views with a DataGrid

Building Custom Controls (5 topics)

  • Architecture of Custom Controls
  • Creating Control Object Models
  • Using Events in Controls
  • Rendering Control Output
  • Creating Data-Bound Custom Controls

Using Graphics Classes to Generate Images (4 topics)

  • Major System.Drawing Classes
  • Methods for Generating Images
  • Using Data to Generate Charts

Creating a Secure Infrastructure (4 topics)

  • ASP.NET Security Models
  • Role-based Authorization Techniques
  • Process Identity and Accessing Resources
  • Securing Communication with Encryption

Caching Patterns and Practices (4 topics)

  • Effective Caching Strategies
  • Managing Session Data
  • Client-side Caching Options

Diagnostics and Exception Handling (4 topics)

  • Exception Handling Strategies
  • Best Practices for Debugging
  • Using Application Center Test for Performance Testing
  • Applying Performance Counters to Profile Web Applications

Interoperability with COM (4 topics)

  • Overview of COM Interop
  • Creating and using a Runtime Callable Wrapper
  • Guidelines and Issues in COM Interoperation

ASP.NET Configuration (5 topics)

  • Configuration Schema Overview
  • Examples of Built-in Configuration Settings
  • Creating Custom Configuration Settings
  • Encrypting Configuration Settings
  • Using the Configuration Management Application Block

Administering and Extending the Portal (3 topics)

  • Creating Flexible Site Administration Tools
  • Adding Modules to the Portal

Prerequisites

Before attending this course, students must meet the following prerequisites:
  • Ability to create HTML pages with tables, images, and forms.
  • Experience using a scripting language, such as Microsoft Visual Basic® Scripting Edition or JavaScript.
  • Experience using ASP.NET to create Web applications.
  • Ability to retrieve data from relational databases by using ADO.NET.
  • Familiarity with a .NET-based programming language.
  • In addition, it is recommended, but not required, that students have completed:
  • Course 2310: Developing Microsoft ASP.NET Web Applications Using Visual Studio .NET
  • Course 2640: Upgrading Web Development Skills to Microsoft ASP.NET

Additional Learning

The courses below may help you meet the knowledge level required to take this course. If you are unsure please ask a training advisor .

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