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ASP.NET 3.5 Training Bootcamp™ with VB.NET


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Course Name: ASP .NET Training Bootcamp™ (with VB.NET)

Brief Course Description: Complete Server Side development and Internet programming with Microsoft’s VB.NET, the.NET Framework, Visual Studio 2008 and .NET Framework version 3.5.

Duration: 5 Full Days of comprehensive ASP.NET 3.5 Training with VB .NET

Format: Instructor-led, hands-on

Prerequisites: Knowledge of HTML and strong professional programming experience is assumed. Exposure to Object Oriented programming, relational databases and a little XML is especially helpful.

Assumed Audience: Professional developers new to ASP.NET, ASP.NET 1.1 programmers, procedural language programmers and "classic" .ASP developers transitioning to .NET 3.5. Students who are coding in VB6, PHP, Perl, classic ASP etc, or similar procedural programmers are ready to attend this class. Java and C++ developers new to .NET are also well positioned attend this course.

Course Materials: 500+ pg text on ASP.NET, Resource Pack with CD

Course Description Summary: : This is the .NET 3.5 class using VS2008.. This is a fast paced, in depth ASP.NET training using VB.NET. This class is about 50% lecture with code demonstrations and about 50% lab work thereafter. The lab work includes many short exercises and several in-depth projects. The student exits this class aware of best practices in ASP.NET and ready to build production ASP.NET applications incorporating VB.NET.

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The Outline

  • .NET Overview and Theory of Operation
    • Common Language Runtime (CLR)
    • The Assembly
      • Security and Scope
      • Metadata
      • Assembly types: Private, Shared and Native
      • Why understanding the .NET Assembly is key
    • The Global Assembly Cache (GAC)
    • Microsoft Intermediate Language (MSIL)
    • .NET languages overview
    • Common Type System (CTS)
    • Just in time compilation (JIT)
    • The command line utilities vs Visual Studio
    • Understanding the Framework
      • Understanding the Common Type System
      • Understanding Namespaces
      • Understanding how to use the standard .NET Libraries
    • Useful .NET utilities that ship with Visual Studio
    • Creating and deploying Windows and ASP.NET applications
    • Obfuscation and Deployment
  • Using Visual Studio
    • Project components
    • References
    • Difference between a solution and a project
    • When to use what project type
    • Class View, Code View, Component View, Design View
    • Solution Explorer, Server Explorer, Properties & Events Window; Immediate, Locals and Output Windows
    • The Class Diagrammer in Detail
    • Refactoring support (C#.NET only)
    • Code snippets and Macros
    • Code Editor Regions
    • Auto-generated, inline XML Documentation
    • Setting up your code editor
    • Customizing your VS desktop
    • Settings, setting up, importing and exporting personal VS settings
    • Using the object explorer
    • Project Properties: Knowing the essential project and compilation settings
    • Essential Tools/Options setting
    • Using the debugger
    • Extending Visual Studio with Snippets, Commands and Macros
    • Best Practices in the IDE
  • The Programming Language
    • Variables
      • Rules for scope—Access modifiers for variables
      • Variable shadowing explained and demystified
      • Data Types and Procedure Return Values
      • Value types and Object (reference) types- when to use each
      • The “Boxing” of variables demystified
      • Casting and type conversions
      • ‘ this’ keyword, (‘Me’ in VB) ‘base’ keyword (‘Mybase’ in VB)
      • Declaring and using Constants, Enumerations and Structures
      • What is a structure? How is it different from a class?
      • The Array, and the ArrayList. When to use which
      • Introduction to Generics
      • Working with Strings. Formatting Strings. object.ToString()
      • Final work on variable shadowing
    • Procedures
      • Rules for scope—Access modifiers for procedures
      • Procedure shadowing explained and demystified
      • The many ways of passing arguments into .NET procedures
      • Optional parameters with arrays and method overloading
      • The ‘ref’ and ‘out’ keywords (ByRef inVB)
      • Returning values from functions
      • Best practices when coding .NET procedures
    • Flow of Control and Operators (Logical and Arithmetic)
      • Operators- Arithmetic
      • Operators- Logical. Short-circuited operators
      • Conditional statements. Looping, iteration and branching
      • For Each-- useful over lists of IEnumerable items. For Each tricks
    • Error Handling and Debugging
      • Exceptions
      • Raising Exceptions
      • Capturing and processing exceptions using Try/Catch/Finally
      • Best practices in error handling with Try/Catch/Finally
      • Debugging in detail
      • Tracing and the Trace Log
        • Overview of serialization, file I/O, and delegates
        • Language constructs available that are NOT recommended
        • Procedure shadowing explained and demystified
        • Best Practices with the language
  • Object Oriented Programming in .NET
    • Understanding the OOP-centric .NET Framework
    • Object (reference) types
    • Value types
    • Object instances
      • Defined
      • Construction with constructors; the default constructor
      • Object instances and managed memory. Finalization explained.
      • Dispose() and Finalize-- more detail.
      • Garbage collection with GC.Collect() explained
      • How size and age of object instances influences the object lifecycle
      • Best practices with object instances
    • Classes
      • Properties, Methods and Events
      • Members revisited
        • Overloading
        • Overriding
      • Instancing a class
      • Inheriting a class
      • Partial Classes
      • Using ArrayLists and Lists. When to use which
      • Sidebar: Structures and Classes, similiarities and differences
      • Inheritance. Why inherit? Implications of Inheritance.
        • Simple Inheritance
        • Marking a class ‘not inheritable’. When to do so
        • Marking a class ‘not instanceable’. When to do this and why
        • How to use a class without having to instance an object. When do you want this?
        • Marking a class 'inheritable only'. When and why
        • Casting and type conversion of object instances
        • Boxing revisit
        • Virtual methods, Abstract methods.
        • Inheritance and variables. Subtle aspects of casting variables of inherited types
        • Inheritance Polymorphism. (NO big deal !)
        • Best practices with OOP inheritance
      • Implementing Interfaces
        • Interface Concepts and facilities
        • The multiple inheritance problem as addressed in the .NET Framework
        • Interface implementation examples
        • Interfaces and good OOP design
        • Interface polymorphism: how to get it, how to use it
        • Interfaces and polymorphic iterating over object-based collections
        • Interfaces vs. Abstract (MustInherit in VB) Classes: When to use which; why and how
        • Best Practices with Interfaces
      • Group Quiz on Inheritance, Interfaces, and OOP
      • Sidebar: Summary of C#.NET and VB.NET OOP keywords
  • More features of the .NET programming environment
    • File I/O and Streams. Stream readers and writers
    • Delegates. Concepts and Facilities. Examples. Using Delegates
    • Immutable strings and Stringbuilder().
  • ASP.NET Core Concepts and Facilities
    • Overview of the Postback model, compared to ACTION= and Response/Request
    • Code-behind and code-beside. The event-driven ASP.NET model
    • Design-generated code: declarative programming in ASP.NET
    • The Page object lifecycle and Postback architecture in detail
    • Viewing the page before and after rendering
    • Html controls, runat=”server” attribute and Webform controls. What ’s the difference?
    • The controls
      • The HTML controls
      • Server Controls: the HTML generators
      • User Controls
    • Key files for ASP.NET
      • The GLOBAL.ASPX file: The Application and Session events
      • The MACHINE.CONFIG file
      • The WEB.CONFIG.file:
        • Where it can live, how to use it.
        • A word on XML. WEB.CONFIG. tricks and traps
        • Structure and Elements, AppSettings, ConnectionsStrings
    • Application object, Session object, Cookies, Response/Request and Maintaining State
      • _VIEWSTATE And State management
      • _EVENTVALIDATION—what’s it for?
      • The Cache Object
    • Form field validation using the validation controls
      • Range Validator
      • Compare Validator
      • Summary Validator
    • Cross-page posting from '1 page ago'
    • Browser Detection
    • XML Overview and Review
    • ASP.NET AJAX (Asynchronous Javascript And XML) Concepts and Facilities
    • Classic ASP.NET Page Life Cycle vs. The AJAX model of page update
    • Browser Support for AJAX: XMLHttprequest Object
    • The minimal components of an AJAX framework; the role of JavaScript and XML
    • Microsoft Client Libary for AJAX overview
    • Examples of what you can do with AJAX
    • Sample of simple AJAX code
    • AJAX and the Visual Studio Debugger
    • ASP.NET AJAX Web Site Implementation Details
    • The WEB.CONFIG file
    • The Runtime engine
    • The Scriptmanager control. Script loading, Script error handling
    • The mechanics of partial page rendering using AJAX
      • Defining updateable regions
      • The UpdatePanel control
      • Triggering the panel update
      • Triggering periodic updates to the panel
      • Providing user feedback; client side events
      • passing data and animating panels during updates
      • Summary
    • The AJAX Controls for ASP.NET
      • The Extender controls and ExtenderControl class
      • The Accordion control
      • The Rating control
      • The ReorderList control
      • The TabContainer control
      • AJAX Control Toolkit Extenders: Panel, Button, Popup, UI, Input and Animation Extenders
      • Summary
    • ASP.NET AJAX Client-Side Application Services, Development and Implementation
    • Forms authentication services
    • User profiling services
    • Client-side architecture
    • Remote procedure calls in AJAX
      • The Server API for remote calls
      • Using Web Services for remote calls
      • Using Page methods for remote calls
      • Bridging existing web services to work with AJAX
    • AJAX Application-Building under ASP.NET
    • AJAX Pluses and Minuses
    • Best practices, patterns and services
    • Periodic Screen Refresh
    • Reducing Page flicker
  • ADO.NET Data Access with ASP.NET
    • A brief history of MS Data Access: How did we get here? Quick survey of DAO, RDO, ADO with OLEDB, ODBC
    • .NET Databinding: Not just for Databases
    • Essential .NET Data binding concepts and facilities
      • Survey of the DataBound Controls: List controls, Iterative controls, control templates, the GridView control
      • Survey of the Data Sources: SqlDataSource, ObjectDataSource, XMLDataSource
      • Binding to arrays and collections
      • Binding to ArrayLists and Generic Lists
      • Issues in data binding. Is data binding robust?
    • DataReaders
      • What they are, and when to use them
      • Where's my Recordset?
    • Datasets
      • Concepts and Facilities
      • Usefulness. Tricks and traps with the Dataset. Best practices
      • Datasets in 3 tiers. Where does it go?
    • Programming the Gridview, Formview and DetailsView controls
    • Data binding with no code (declarative data binding)
    • Data binding in code
    • Unbound data access techniques
    • Creating a Data Access Layer. Issues in maintainability & scaling.
    • Design patterns, design choices and tradeoffs.
    • LINQ (Language INtegrated Query)

      • LINQ Concepts and Facilities
      • A brief history of Object Relational mapping: Is LINQ an ORM? What is LINQ?
      • Objects, Data and Mappings. What PROBLEMS does LINQ solve, or help solve?
      • LINQ concepts and facilities
      • Declarative programming, Type checking
      • LINQ: To ADO, to XML, to Objects
      • passing data and animating panels during updates
      • Summary
      • C#.NET and VB.NET Language Features; .NET 3.5 LINQ Syntax
      • Generics, Delegates and Anonymous Methods
      • Enumerators and Yield
      • Type inference, lambda expressions, extension methods, anonymous types, query expressions
      • "relaxed delegates" and XML support unique to VB.NET
      • the Yield keyword and anaonymous methods unique to VB.NET
      • LINQ queries and query operators
        • Where operator
        • Projection operators
        • Ordering and Grouping operators
        • Join and Set operators
        • Aggregate operators
        • Generation, Quantifier and Partitioning operators
        • Element operators
        • Summary
      • Deferred evaluation; extension methods resolution
      • Conversion operators
        • AsEnumerable
        • ToArray and ToList
        • ToDictionary and ToLookup
        • Join and Set operators
        • OfType and Cast
        • Summary
      • LINQ to ADO.NET
      • LINQ to SQL
        • Entities in LINQ and SQL
        • Data Modeling and Data Querying
        • Updating Data, binding to Metadata
        • LINQ and .NET type system differences, and nullable types
      • LINQ to DataSet
        • Using LINQ to load and query a DataSet
        • Using LINQ to load and query a Typed DataSet (.XSD)
        • Using LINQ to access untyped DataSet data
        • LINQ and .NET type system differences, and nullable types
      • LINQ to Entities
      • LINQ to XML
      • Understanding LINQ to XML
      • The LINQ to XML API
        • XElement, XDocument and XAttribute
        • XNode, XName and XNamespace
        • All the other (minor) "X" Classes in LINQ
      • Traversing and Modifying XML using LINQ
      • LINQ to XML queries
        • Attributes and Elements
        • The XNode Selection Methods
      • Deferred Query Evaluation
      • Using LINQ Queries over XML
      • Support for XSD and XPath and System.Xml.XPath
      • Summary
      • The ADO.NET Entity Framework
      • Traditional ADO approach reviewed
      • Physical Data Abstraction
      • What exactly is an ADO.NET 'Entity'??
      • Entity Data Modeling. Querying Entities with ADO.NET
      • Changing and updating ADO.NET Entities
      • LINQ to SQL and the ADO.NET Entity Framework
  • ASP.NET Debugging
    • The Trace log and ASP.NET
    • Trace.AXD
  • Advanced ASP.NET Features
    • User Controls: Design and Programming
    • Master Pages. Nested Master Pages
    • Themes & Skins
    • Web.config for Master Pages and Themes
    • Web Parts and Personalization. Profiles.
    • Authentication
    • Forms authentication pros and cons relative to Windows authentication
    • Creating Membership and Personalization Databases
    • Implementing forms authentication
    • Profiles and the Profile provider class
  • Web Services
    • Web Service basics
    • ASP.NET and Windows clients for Web Services. Web References.
    • ASP.NET and Windows clients for Web Services
    • When to choose the Web Services model
    • Securing and authenticating web service
    • Web Services architecture and best practices

    The student that completes this course is knowledgeable in the Microsoft .NET Framework and the C#.NET language, and knows how to:

  • Develop ASP.NET 3.5 web apps using AJAX technology;
  • Develop and access databases and web services from ASP.NET, with and without LINQ
  • Use the intrinsic ASP.NET objects, HTML controls and Server controls inside the ASP.NET Postback architecture ;
  • Logically partition application code, and effectively use the sophisticated OOP architecture behind the .NET Framework and the ASP.NET programming model ;
  • Develop full-featured .NET 3.5 web sites using Visual Studio 2008 advanced features including AJAX, LINQ, Master Pages, Themes, Skins, Generics and User Controls
  • Identify and use best practices in ASP.NET development in the 3.5 version of the .NET Framework and associated tools.

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