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Build real world webs using ASP.NET – Your Complete guide

What you will learn

Introduction to ASP .NET

installing ASP .NET

Dynamic website

Connecting to Database and Presenting

Forms, Separating presentation and logic code files

Web forms

Handling postback

Data binding expression

Variables, Loops and Functions

Creating web controls

Registering user control

Validation control

Controling validation message

Viewstate and sessions

Description

The name stands for Active Server Pages Network Enabled Technologies. This is a Beginner to Advanced level course on .NET  that will take you from basics all the way to advance mode. This course is for anyone who is new to ASP.NET or who is familiar with ASP.NET and wants to take the first stab at understanding what is different in ASP.NET. Easiest formula to understand all concepts in .NET

There are a number of flavors of ASP.NET, Web Forms (Web Sites and Web Applications), Model-View-Controller (MVC) , Razor Pages and the newest one Blazor. This course is aimed at anyone who wants to create dynamic websites using all these models , with ASP.NET Web Forms as the starting point.

ASP.NET is the Microsoft platform for developing Web Applications. Using ASP.NET you can create e-commerce sites, data driven portals and just about anything else you can find on the internet. Best of all, you don’t need to paste together a jumble of HTML and JavaScript code. Instead you can create full scale web apps by leveraging your knowledge of C# coding and a design tool like Visual Studio.


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In recent years Microsoft has added MVC (Model View Controller) and Razor pages which offer different ways to build dynamic web pages. To some , MVC and Razor pages are cleaner and more suited to the web. To others , it’s a whole lot of extra effort with no clear payoff. Either way, it’s good to have a strong knowledge of all of these web application programming models before moving onto the most future forward choice …. Blazor.

We cover all these models at a beginners level and offer a multitude of practical applications.

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Content

Introduction

Introduction to ASP.NET
Installing ASP.NET
Hello world
Dynamic website
Connecting to Database
Presenting a Database
Forms
Separating presentation and logic code files
Web forms
Handling post back
Data binding expression
Variables
Loops
Functions
Creating web controls
Registering user control
Validation control
Controling validation message
Viewstate
Seession