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Microsoft .NET Framework 4: Web Applications with Visual Studio 2010 and Visual C# 2010 $74.95
Microsoft.NET Framework 4: Web Form Controls with C# 2010 $74.95
Microsoft .NET Framework 4: Data Integration with C# 2010 $74.95
Microsoft .NET Framework 4: Client-Side Scripting and AJAX with C# 2010 $74.95
Microsoft .NET Framework 4: ASP.NET MVC 2 with C# 2010 $74.95
Microsoft .NET Framework 4: Configuring and Deploying Web Applications with C# 2010 $74.95
Microsoft .NET Framework 4: Debugging, Tracing and Monitoring Web Applications with C# 2010 $74.95
Microsoft .NET Framework 4: Web Application Optimization and Customization with C# 2010 $74.95

Bundle Price: $289.00
Total Savings: $310.60


Microsoft .NET Framework 4: Web Applications with Visual Studio 2010 and Visual C# 2010

Visual Studio is an integrated development environment that includes a drag and drop interface designer and many other tools for building .NET applications. The latest version is Visual Studio 2010 and it supports a variety of languages including Visual Basic 2010, Visual C++, Visual C#, and Visual J#. ASP.NET 4 is Microsoft's latest version of ASP for developing web applications using the .NET Framework. It builds on the previous version ASP.NET 3.5, while maintaining backwards compatibility. This course provides an overview of how to develop web applications with Visual C# 2010 and ASP.NET 4. Topics covered include how to create web forms with server controls, using event handlers, utilizing state-management capabilities, and implementing globalization and accessibility in a web application. This course is one of a series in the SkillSoft learning path that covers the objectives for the Technology Specialist (TS): Web Applications Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4, 70-515. Passing this exam will earn the learner the MCTS: .NET Framework 4, Web Applications certification.
  • recognize the steps for creating a basic web page
  • distinguish between the single-file and code-behind page models
  • create a basic ASP.NET web page using Visual Studio 2010
  • add and modify basic controls on a web page
  • recognize the layout, elements, and life cycle of a web site
  • recognize the steps for creating a web site using ASP.NET
  • recognize the different ways to configure a web site using ASP.NET
  • identify the benefits of client-side and server-side state management
  • identify the steps for maintaining web site user information with profile properties
  • identify the steps for handling events
  • recognize the steps for using generic handlers in ASP.NET
  • recognize the steps for localizing and globalizing ASP.NET web pages
  • recognize the accessibility options in ASP.NET and identify the steps for creating an accessible web site
  • wire controls on a web page for event handling
  • perform basic event handling using a generic handler

Microsoft.NET Framework 4: Web Form Controls with C# 2010

The Visual Studio 2010 IDE provides developers with the ability to create and consume server controls in ASP.NET 4 web applications. This course details the steps for creating secure web sites through the creation, addition, and customization of ASP.NET server controls. Specific topics covered include creating and consuming server and user controls, dynamically loading controls, performing control validation and using controls to implement security in an ASP.NET 4 web application. This course is one of a series in the SkillSoft learning path that covers the objectives for the Technology Specialist (TS): Web Applications Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4, 70-515. Passing this exam will earn the learner the MCTS: .NET Framework 4, Web Applications certification.
  • identify the features of different types of server controls
  • recognize the steps for working with controls
  • recognize the steps for creating ASP.NET user controls
  • recognize ways of working with user controls
  • recognize the steps for dynamically loading user controls
  • add a server control to a web page
  • dynamically create and load a user control
  • distinguish between client and server validation
  • identify the steps for working with common validators and validation groups to control user input
  • recognize the steps for creating and testing custom web controls
  • recognize the steps for using a custom control and a templated control
  • add a prebuilt custom control to a page
  • validate a control on a page
  • identify the authentication and authorization strategies employed by ASP.NET
  • recognize the steps for managing roles in ASP.NET
  • recognize the role of the Windows authentication provider in ASP.NET 4
  • recognize the role of the forms authentication provider in ASP.NET 4
  • recognize the benefits and steps for using login controls in ASP.NET
  • recognize the steps for using the CreateUserWizard, PasswordRecovery, and ChangePassword controls
  • identify ways of using login controls in a web application to implement security
  • create roles and adding users to those roles
  • create an ASP.NET login page

Microsoft .NET Framework 4: Data Integration with C# 2010

Visual Basic 2010 and ASP.NET 4 provide developers with the ability to integrate both data and services into an ASP.NET 4 Web application. This course identifies the steps for displaying and modifying data in an ASP.NET Web application, by accessing data using data-bound and data source controls, as well as ADO.NET, utilizing Windows Communication Foundation services as well as how to create and modify a Dynamic Data. Specific topics covered include using data-bound and data source controls, dynamic data, data access and data binding, LINQ, and utilizing WCF data services in an ASP.NET 4 application. This course is one of a series in the SkillSoft learning path that covers the objectives for the Technology Specialist (TS): Web Applications Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4, 70-515. Passing this exam will earn the learner the MCTS: .NET Framework 4, Web Applications certification.
  • identify the capabilities of common data-bound controls in ASP.NET 4
  • identify the capabilities of data source controls in ASP.NET 4
  • add and modify a chart server control in a web page
  • recognize the code for using the ListView and DataPager controls to display a collection of data
  • recognize the benefits and uses of the TreeView control
  • recognize the steps for performing XML Data Binding in a .NET 4 Web Form
  • recognize the steps for implementing the ObjectDataSource and SqlDataSource data source controls
  • distinguish the three LINQ types
  • recognize the steps for creating and configuring a LinqDataSource control
  • recognize the steps for adding a control and binding it to the LinqDataSource control
  • create and configure a LinqDataSource control
  • add a control and bind it to the LinqDataSource control
  • create a chart server control in a web page
  • recognize the basic ADO features of .NET
  • identify the uses, properties, and methods of the DataSet, DataReader, and DataAdapter classes
  • recognize the steps for inserting, updating, and deleting data with ADO.NET
  • create a dynamic data application using Visual Studio 2010
  • incorporate a database into a dynamic data application using Visual Studio 2010
  • customize the appearance of a dynamic data application
  • recognize the support for web services in ASP.NET
  • identify the code for calling a Windows Communication Foundation service from a web page
  • create a WCF Data Service
  • consume a WCF Data Service
  • update information from a relational database with ADO.NET
  • call a WCF service from a web page
  • create a WCF Data Service
  • consume a WCF Data Service

Microsoft .NET Framework 4: Client-Side Scripting and AJAX with C# 2010

Both Visual Studio 2010 and ASP.NET 4 provide integrated support for ASP.NET AJAX and client-side scripting. This course provides an overview of what ASP.NET AJAX is and demonstrates how to utilize ASP.NET AJAX as well as client-side script in web applications using Visual Studio 2010. Specific topics covered include client-side scripting and the Document Object Model, the support for AJAX in the latest version of ASP.NET, ASP.NET AJAX controls, using jQuery to call ASP.NET AJAX methods and how both ASP.NET and AJAX interact with it, and finally how to handle common events raised by ASP.NET AJAX components. This course is one of a series in the SkillSoft learning path that covers the objectives for the Technology Specialist (TS): Web Applications Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4, 70-515. Passing this exam will earn the learner the MCTS: .NET Framework 4, Web Applications certification.
  • recognize key characteristics of client-side scripting in ASP.NET
  • add scripts to a page dynamically using the methods of the Script Manager class
  • create a composite script
  • retrieve a DOM element by its ID
  • manipulate elements on the page using jQuery
  • handle events using jQuery in an ASP.NET application
  • dynamically create a client script
  • retrieve a DOM element by its ID
  • handle events using jQuery in an ASP.NET application
  • recognize key characteristics of the ASP.NET AJAX architecture
  • recognize the features of AJAX integration with Visual Studio
  • use a client-side template in Visual Studio 2010
  • use server side controls in an application
  • create a custom extender
  • consume services from client scripts
  • use jQuery to call ASP.NET AJAX methods
  • build an AJAX enabled website
  • add the ScriptManager control
  • add the UpdatePanel AJAX control
  • use the jQuery Library to call an ASP.NET Ajax method

Microsoft .NET Framework 4: ASP.NET MVC 2 with C# 2010

Visual Studio 2010 and ASP.NET MVC provides a framework for implementing the Model View Controller architecture in ASP.NET applications. This course covers the fundamentals of ASP.NET MVC and describes how to create applications based on this framework. Specific topics include creating and debugging ASP.NET MVC applications, ASP.NET MVC Routes and URLs, and utilizing controllers, actions and views. This course is one of a series in the SkillSoft learning path that covers the objectives for the Technology Specialist (TS): Web Applications Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0, 70-515. Passing this exam will earn the learner the MCTS: .NET Framework 4, Web Applications certification.
  • identify the functions of the MVC components
  • recognize key characteristics of ASP.NET MVC
  • create a basic ASP.NET MVC application in Visual Studio 2010
  • identify key characteristics of the MVC application structure and naming conventions
  • use the debugger in an ASP.NET MVC application
  • create a basic MVC application
  • use the debugger in an MVC application
  • create a custom route in an ASP.NET MVC application
  • create a controller in VS2010
  • add a public method
  • implement model binding explicitly
  • use action filters
  • create and modify views in given scenarios
  • recognize the role of HTML helpers
  • create a custom route in an ASP.NET MVC application
  • create view pages for an ASP.NET MVC application

Microsoft .NET Framework 4: Configuring and Deploying Web Applications with C# 2010

Visual Studio 2010 and ASP.NET 4 provide various methods for configuring and deploying web applications. This course will cover the ways you can configure web applications and the tools you can use to deploy them, highlighting the pros and cons of each. Specific topics covered include configuring ASP.NET 4 web applications and providers. Also covered in the course is how to compile web applications using both Visual Studio and command line utilities, and how to use deployment tools such as XCopy, the Windows installer, and the Publish Website Tool.
  • recognize the configuration types, tools, and elements in ASP.NET 4
  • recognize the steps for setting common configuration items for web applications
  • recognize the steps for configuring session state for a web application
  • recognize the benefits of the Provider Model in ASP.NET 4
  • recognize the steps for setting up the Provider to work with SQL Server for all systems or just a single system
  • recognize the code for defining the membership and role providers
  • identify the uses and configuration options for the personalization, site maps, session state, and web event providers
  • configure session state to use InProc
  • configure session state to use StateServer
  • configure session state to use SQLServer
  • identify the benefits of compilation and the tools used to compile web applications
  • identify the steps for performing a precompilation for deployment from the command line
  • identify preparatory steps and available options when deploying a web application
  • recognize the steps for copying a web site
  • identify how to deploy a precompiled web application and use One-Click publishing
  • identify the steps for building an installer program to deploy a web site
  • precompile a web application
  • publish a web site

Microsoft .NET Framework 4: Debugging, Tracing and Monitoring Web Applications with C# 2010

Visual Studio 2010 and ASP.NET 4 give developers the tools needed to effectively debug, trace, and monitor web applications to minimize errors. This course covers the various ways you can troubleshoot web applications using Visual Studio and discusses how to use ASP.NET 4 code to help to accomplish this. Specific topics covered include debugging web applications both locally and remotely, debugging ASP.NET AJAX applications, and using the tracing and monitoring features to promote good application health. This course is one of a series in the SkillSoft learning path that covers the objectives for the Technology Specialist (TS): Web Applications Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4, 70-515. Passing this exam will earn the learner the MCTS: .NET Framework 4, Web Applications certification.
  • identify the scope and capabilities of debugging tools available in ASP.NET 4
  • identify the benefits of debugging in ASP.NET 4
  • recognize the steps for debugging a web page in Visual Studio 2010
  • identify the options for performing remote debugging in ASP.NET 4
  • identify the steps for setting up and running remote debugging
  • perform remote debugging
  • identify the scope in ASP.NET 4 for debugging AJAX applications using client-side debugging tools
  • identify the steps for debugging an AJAX application
  • set breakpoints
  • run the debugger
  • identify the steps for manually adding a performance counter
  • recognize the code for implementing counters in an application programmatically
  • recognize how to configure caching in a web application
  • identify the code used to implement ASP.NET 4 health monitoring in web applications
  • recognize the code for enabling tracing
  • identify the code for writing custom trace messages
  • recognize the code for viewing trace details
  • add a performance counter to an application
  • implement ASP.NET health monitoring in a web application
  • enable and disable tracing for an application and a page
  • add custom trace output to a web site

Microsoft .NET Framework 4: Web Application Optimization and Customization with C# 2010

Visual Studio 2010 and ASP.NET 4 provide developers with the tools they need to create unique, flexible ASP.NET web sites that can use custom master pages, themes, and skins, as well as Web Part pages that allow users to personalize their own web pages. This course explores the various ways you can employ these tools to develop and optimize web applications. Specific topics covered include modifying page layout with master pages, using themes, and utilizing Web Parts in ASP.NET 4 web applications. This course is one of a series in the SkillSoft learning path that covers the objectives for the Technology Specialist (TS): Web Applications Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4, 70-515. Passing this exam will earn the learner the MCTS: .NET Framework 4, Web Applications certification.
  • identify the steps for creating and configuring a master page
  • identify the steps for binding content and master pages
  • identify the steps for adding a property to a master page
  • identify the steps for creating nested master pages
  • create a theme
  • recognize the steps for applying a theme
  • create a content page that uses a master page
  • apply a theme to a site and an individual page
  • use a skin on a control
  • recognize the steps for creating a Web Parts page
  • recognize the steps for adding and customizing WebPartZone controls
  • recognize the code for connecting Web Parts on an ASP.NET page
  • recognize the code for creating a custom user control that allows for personalization
  • recognize the code for creating a custom Web Part control
  • recognize the steps for adding a CatalogPart control
  • create a Web Parts page
  • create a custom user control that allows for personalization
  • enable users to personalize Web Parts controls
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Microsoft .NET Framework 4: Web Application Development with Visual C# 2010 e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    271400
  • Duration:
    n/a
  • Price:
    $289