ASP DOT NET WITH C#

Description

Dot net is a bunch of technologies where we can integrate multiple languages syntax into a single umbrella. Web application framework developed by Microsoft that implements the model view controller pattern. It is no longer in active development. It is open-source software, apart from the ASP.NET Web Forms component, which is proprietary.

Syllabus

  • Unit 1 ASP.NET Introduction
    • What is Classic ASP?
    • ASP.NET is NOT ASP
    • What is ASP.NET?
    • What is an ASP.NET File?
    • How Does ASP.NET Work?
    • What is ASP+?
    • The Microsoft .NET Framework
      • NET Frameworks keywords:
      • The .NET Framework consists of 3 main parts
    • ASP.NET 2.0
    • ASP.NET 3.0
  • Unit 2 ASP.NET vs. ASP
    • New in ASP.NET
    • Language Support
    • ASP.NET Controls
    • Event Aware Controls
    • ASP.NET Components
    • User Authentication
    • User Accounts and Roles
    • High Scalability
    • Compiled Code
    • Easy Configuration
  • Unit 3 ASP.NET Web Pages
    • Classic ASP
    • Dynamic Page in Classic ASP
    • Dynamic Page in ASP .NET
    • ASP.NET vs Classic ASP
  • Unit 4 ASP.NET-Server Controls
    • Limitations in Classic ASP
    • ASP.NET - Server Controls
    • ASP.NET - HTML Server Controls
    • ASP.NET - Web Server Controls
    • ASP.NET - Validation Server Controls
  • Unit 5 ASP.NET-Events
    • ASP.NET - Event Handlers
    • The Page_Load Event
    • The Page.IsPostBack Property
  • Unit 6 ASP.NET-Web Forms
    • ASP.NET Web Forms
    • Submitting a Form
  • Unit 7 ASP.NET-Maintaining the ViewState
    • Maintaining the ViewState
  • Unit 8 ASP.NET Controls
    • The TextBox Control
    • Add a Script
    • The Button Control
    • Add a Script
    • Ajax Control
  • Unit 9 Validation Server Controls
    • Introduction
    • Compare Validator Control
    • Custom Validator Control
    • Range Validator Control
    • Regular Expression Validator Control
    • Required Field Validator Control
    • Validation Summary Control
  • Unit 10 ASP .Net Bindings
    • Data Binding
    • Array List
    • Sorted List Object
  • Unit 11 Introduction to Database Connection
    • Introduction
    • What is ADO .NET?
    • Create a Database Connection
  • Unit 12 Introduction to Database Connection
    • Introduction
    • What is ADO .NET?
    • Create a Database Connection
    • Create a Database Command
    • Create a DataReader
    • Bind to a Repeater Control
    • Close the Database Connection

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