Tuesday, August 17, 2010

AppDev – ASP.NET Using Visual Basic 2010 Vol 2 DVD-iNKiSO

AppDev – ASP.NET Using Visual Basic 2010 Vol 2 DVD-iNKiSO | 1.42 GB
Genre: eLearning
In this course, you’ll learn how to use features of Visual Studio 2010 and Visual Basic 2010 to build ASP.NET Web pages. You’ll gain an understanding of the architecture behind ASP.NET and how to use the various ASP.NET server controls. You’ll learn to create consistent web sites using Master Pages, add membership features and configure-deploy ASP.NET applications, to authenticate users and limit their access to resources, direct users using Site Navigation tools, debug .NET, and to display/edit data using ASP.NET and ADO.NET.
In addition, you’ll learn about ASP.NET features, such as support for LINQ (Language Integrated Query), CSS tools, and will become familiar with the tracing features in Visual Studio that help you quickly troubleshoot issues. You will also learn how to work with ASP.NET Profile features, ASP.NET Web Parts, and how to take advantage of creating your own user-defined control. As you progress through the course you will learn about optimizing your sites, the ListView control, and so much more.
In this course, you will learn to:
•Use ASP.NET server controls to generate HTML and to execute event procedures
•Configure and deploy ASP.NET applications
•Promote consistency within your Web site through the use of Master Pages
•Use Membership features to manage your Web users
•Use Site Navigation controls to direct users within your site
•Add scalability and reliability by setting up an out-of-process session state server
•Use ASP.NET’s new CSS tools to create consistent and maintainable sites
•Debug .NET code that runs on the server to generate Web pages and interact with the user
•Find problems in javascript code and learn about other debugging tools in Visual Studio
•Use tracing to find problems in a Web site and monitor performance
•Display and edit data using the databound DataList, Repeater, and ListView controls

Prerequisites: This course assumes that students have already been introduced to Visual Studio 2008 or 2010 and Visual Basic, and have a basic understanding of the .NET Framework. Some prior experience with Web development will also be helpful.

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