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ASP.NET MVC
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ASP .Net MVC Training

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ASP.NET training

Among the best architectures for development in the .NET framework is the ASP.NET MVC that brings the robustness of the model-view-controller architecture and the flexibility of ASP while designing applications. The expressive and powerful use of C# in .NET gives developers a lean and modern environment to develop applications.

Zeolearn Academy brings you a comprehensive and interactive ASP.NET training by the end of which you would have mastered using the framework to create web applications from scratch with state of the art functionality. You will learn all there is to know about the individual components of the MVC architecture and the CRUD operations. You will learn about page layout best practices, caching and deploying security features in your ASP.NET application. You will further learn about implementing security features with the use of OAuth and OpenID functions. 

What you will learn?

  • All about using ASP.NET MVC to develop robust and interactive applications
  • THE MVC architecture and its individual components
  • How to use the data annotation Model Binder to perform validation in the application
  • How to perform CRUD operations in the application
  • How to define page layouts and enhance the look of your application
  • Implementing authentication and advanced security features with OAuth and OpenID functions

Is this course right for you?

This course is apt for:

  • Programmers who want to build applications using ASP.NET MVC
  • Users of other MVC frameworks such as Rails and CakePHPwho want to learn about .NET framework

Prerequisites:

Participants are expected to have Windows programming experience and basics of C#.

Curriculum

  • What is ASP.NET MVC
  • What are the differences between ASP.NET Forms and ASP.NET MVC?
  • History of ASP.NET MVC
  • Creating an ASP.NET MVC Application
  • The Architecture of ASP.NET MVC Internet Application
  • ASP.NET MVC Folder Conventions
  • What is a Controller and What is Use Of It ?
  • Overview of routing engine
  • Creating controllers
  • Return types of Action Methods and Their Purpose
  • What is a view and what is use of it?
  • View engines. ASPX Engine and Razor View Engine
  • Razor View Engine syntax
  • Partial views
  • What is Partial Views ? What is the use of it?
  • Creating partial views
  • Using Partial Views
  • What is a Model and What is the use of a Model?
  • Types Of Models
  • Creating Data Model
  • What is Html Helper and What is the use of it?
  • Creating Html Helpers
  • Strongly Typed Html Helpers
  • Template Html Helpers
  • Creating custom Html Helpers
  • Creating submit button html helper
  • Creating TagBuilder Html Class
  • Using HtmlTextWriter Class
  • What is data Annotation and What is the use of it ?
  • Data Annotation Attributes in ASP.NET MVC
  • Annotation Attributes from System.Web.Mvc Namespace
  • Custom Error Messages and Localization
  • Display and Edit Annotations
  • What are CRUD Operations
  • How To Implement CRUD Operations With ASP.Net MVC
  • What is a Filter and What is the Use Of A Filter
  • Applying Filters To Controllers And Actions
  • Authorization Filter
  • Exception Filter
  • Using Action Filter
  • Using Result Filter
  • Using Global Filter
  • What is URL Routing and What are Advantages of It?
  • Creating and Registering a Route
  • Defining Default Values
  • Using Static URL Segments
  • Route Ordering
  • Defining Optional URL Segments
  • Defining Variable Length Routes
  • What is a Master Page and What is a Layout Page?
  • Purpose of Master Page or Layout Page
  • Creating Layout Pages
  • Using Layout Pages
  • What is Caching?What is Use Of Caching?
  • Using OutputCache Attribute
  • Varying Output By Parameter
  • Using Cache Profiles
  • Using The Cache API
  • Creating Users and Roles
  • Using the Web Site Administration Tool
  • Using the Web Site Administration Tool
  • Using the Account Controller
  • Authorizing Users
  • Using the Authorize Attribute
  • Using the User Property
  • Configuring Membership
  • Configuring the Membership Database
  • Configuring Membership Settings
  • Using the Membership and Role Manager API
  • Using Windows Authentication
  • Configuring Windows Authentication
  • Authenticating Windows Users and Groups
  • Unobtrusive Ajax
  • Enabling Project For Unobstrusive Ajax
  • Using Jquery In ASP.Net MVC Application
  • Using Jquery UI Plugin In ASP.Net MVC
  • Web API
  • Bundling And Minification
  • OAuth And Open ID

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