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Training | Course: .NET
Sub Course: MS.NET Framework
The .NET Framework - an Overview
Architecture of .NET Framework
Types of Applications which can be developed using MS.NET MSIL / Metadata and PE files.
The Common Language Runtime (CLR)
Common Type System (CTS)
Common Language Specification (CLS)
Types of JIT Compilers
MS.NET Assemblies and Modules
Security Manager
MS.NET Memory Management / Garbage Collection
MS.NET Base Classes Framework
Sub Course: VB.NET and C# Languages
Developing Console Application
1. Entry point method - Main.
2. Command Line Parameters
3. Compiling and Building Projects
language Basics
1. Variables and Data Types
2. String & StringBuilder.
3. Boxing and Unboxing
4. Operators
5. Statements
6. Arrays and Strings
7. Procedures and Functions
Essentials of Object-Oriented Programming
1. Object and Class Definition
2. Understanding Identity, State, and Behavior
3. Using encapsulation to combine methods and data in a single class
4. Inheritance and Polymorphism
Working with Classes and Objects
1. Adding Variables and Methods
2. Properties and Indexers
3. Constructors and Destructors
4. Type Initialize
5. Extension Methods
6. Anonymous Types
7. Memory Management and Garbage Collection
8. Shared / Static Members
9. Method Overloading
10. Anonymous Methods
11. Partial Classes & Methods
12. Operator Overloading
13. Inner Classes
14. Attributes and their Usage
Inheritance, Interface and Polymorphism
1. Deriving classes
2. Calling base class constructor
3. Overriding Methods
4. Non-Inheritable Classes.
5. Abstract Class
6. Interface Inheritance
7. Namespace and Access Modifiers
Sub Course: ASP.NET
Basic of HTML and JavaScript
Introduction to ASP
1. ASP Architecture
2. ASP Objects
3. Request and Response Structure
4. Forms and Querystring
1. o ASP.NET Architecture
2. Virtual WebServer
3. New Features over ASP and ASP.NET 1.1
4. Event Handling
Web Forms
1. Introduction
2. Advantages
3. Comparison with HTML Form
4. Page Processing States
5. Event Model
6. View State Management
7. Cross-Page Postback
Using Web Controls
1. HTML Server Controls
2. Standard ASP.NET Sever Controls
3. Basic Controls
4. Validation Controls
5. Web User Controls
Master Pages & UserControl
1. URL Rebasing in a Master Page
2. Accessing a Master Page from Code
3. Nesting Master Pages
4. Master and Content Pages
Applying Themes and Styles to Controls
1. Working with CSS
2. Using Themes to Customize a Site
3. Named Skins within a Theme
4. Server-side Styles using Themes
5. Contents of a Theme and Skin
6. Themes and Profiles
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