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. NET is a framework that provides a programming guidelines that can be used to develop a wide range of applications–––from web to mobile to Windows-based applications. The . NET framework can work with several programming languages such as C#, VB.NET, C++ and F#.

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    1). MS.NET

    • MS.NET Framework
    • VB.NET and C# Languages
    • Developing Console Application
    • Language Basics
    • Essentials of Object-Oriented Programming
    • Working with Classes and Objects
    • Working with Collections
    • Exception Handling
    • Inheritance,Interface & Polymorphism
    • C# Features/General Features
    • Data Streams and Files
    • Working with Components/Assemblies
    • Multi-threading
    • Data Access using ADO.NET
    • Win Forms
    • XML
    • Windows Services
    • Packaging and Deployment
    • Debugging and Tracing

    Basic Of HTML and JavaScript

    Introduction to ASP :

    •   Basic Of HTML and JavaScript
    •   Introduction to ASP
    •   Web Forms
    •   Using Web Controls
    •   Masterpages and UserControl
    •   Applying Themes and Styles to Controls
    •   ASP.NET State Management
    •   ASP Intrinsic Objects
    •   ASP.NET Web Application
    •   Data Access Controls
    •   Caching
    •   Configuration
    •   Trace Functionality
    •   Security
    •   Globalization and Localization
    •   AJAX.NET

    2).Asp.Net 

    Prerequisite

    • At least consistent object-oriented or object-based development experience in Java, C#, VB, or another modern object-oriented or object-based language. In addition, should know the basics of SQL and relational databases.

    ASP.NET Training Course Objective :

    • Introduction to web technologies
    • Web Forms Architecture
    • ASP.Net and HTTP
    • Web application developing using Visual Studio
    • State Management and Web Applications
    • ASP.Net Server-side controls
    • Caching in ASP.Net
    • ASP.Net application configuration
    • Debugging, Diagnostics of application
    • Connectivity with Database using ADO.Net/Entity Framework
    • Data Access Controls
    • Personalization and Security
    • Introduction to Web Services
    • Introduction to WCF

    ASP.NET Training Course Overview : 

    • Introduction To Web Applications [Prerequisites]
    • OVERVIEW OF .NET (ASP.NET)
    • ASP.NET WEB FORMS – THE NEW TECHNOLOGY(BEGINNING)
    • FORM
    • WEB FORMS – INTRODUCTION TO AJAX INPUT VALIDATION
    • ADO.NET I – DATABASE SERVICES  (V1.1/2.0/3.5)
    • ADO.NET – II
    • PRESENTING DATA USING ASP.NET BOUND CONTROLS (USING VB.NET/C#)
    • AJAX (ATLAS )
    • ASP.NET ERROR HANDLING &  DEBUG.
    • USER CONTROLS
    • CONFIGURING ASP.NET APPLICATION
    • ASP.NET WEB APPLICATIONS
    • CACHE SERVICES
    • SECURITY
    • DEPLOYMENT
    • ASP.NET XML WEB SERVICES
    • WEBPARTS
    • WINDOWS VISTA-NEW FEATURES
    • MOBILE APPLICATIONS
    • SMARTPHONE AND POCKET PC
    • VSTO – VS.NET
    • Additional Needed  Services  in Web  Apps(Optional)

    Introduction To Web Applications [Prerequisites] :

    • Types of Applications – Web, Desktop & Mobile  Applications.
    • Web  applications  with  Web  Server.
    • Web Server role, about IIS, APACHE, and CASSINI.
    • Web  Browsers,  Web  Support  Languages.
    • Understanding http, TCP/IP, LAN, WAN & O/S role in web development.
    • Why Scripting & its importance.
    • Client-Side  &  Server-Side  Scripting.

    Overview Of .NET (ASP.NET) :

    • Intro to .NET
    • Drawbacks  of  Current  Trend
    • .NET  Framework
    • Key Design Goals
    • CLR, CTS, MSIL, & Other Tools
    • Multiple  Language  Interaction  &  Support
    • Moving from Project to Assemblies…
    • Security Services   and   environment
    • Vista & IIS 6.0/7.0 & their requirements
    • Installing  &  Configuring  VS.NET/.NET  2.0/3.0/3.5
    • AJAX(ATLAS)  importance  in  Web  application
    • The need for AJAX & the Solution

    Active Server  Pages .NET Role :

    • Shifting from ASP to ASP.Net, Asp.net to web 2.0 (new)
    • ASP.Net as Framework, Namespaces
    • ASP.Net – New Scenario in development process with IDE – VS.NET
    • Web Pages to Web Forms, HTML – ASP.NET, State management- an Important Objective
    • Understanding the ASP.NET Execution Scenario
    • C#.Net role in ASP.NET Development
    • ASP.NET/C#.Net – the Industry approach
    • HTML, HTML Controls, ASP.NET Controls
    • Client-side & Server-side Controls
    • Consuming HTML Client/Server Controls in WebForms
    • Consuming ASP.Net Controls in WebForms
    • Understanding the Rendering Nature of Controls Developing a Simple Startup Application.

    ASP.NET WEB FORMS – The New Technology (Beginning) :

    • Introducing Web Forms, Worker process
    • Working  with  Server  Controls
    • Applying Styles to Controls, Themes, Skins etc.

    FORM

    • Page Directives  and its use.
    • Separating  Code  &  Design.
    • New  Code  behind  Techniques.
    • Implementing  ASP.NET  Server  Controls.
    • Types of ASP.NET & their need/render
    • Intrinsic – Validation – Bound – DataSource
    • Navigation – Login – Web Parts & AJAX.-as building blocks Asp.net.

    WEB FORMS – Introduction to Ajax Input Validation :

    • Validating Form with Validation Controls of Asp.net
    • Using RequiredFieldvalidator control
    • Using CompareValidator Control Using RangeValidator Control
    • Using  CustomValidator  control
    • Create Server-side / Client-side functions for – CustomValidator Control
    • Group Validations & avoiding Validations.
    • Finally – Client Targets & ValidationSummary control .

    ADO.NET I – DATABASE SERVICES  (V1.1/2.0/3.5)

    • XML, XML to HTML, XML & Databases
    • XML Schema Definition Tool
    • Overview of ADO.NET/ XML Support in .NET
    • Connect/Insert/Update/Delete,Query data -using ADO.NET
    • Retrieve data with datasets
    • Data Adapters, Understanding Data tables
    • Build Data table programmatically
    • Filter and sort Data table, Data Relations
    • ADO.NET  LINQ

    ADO.NET – II 

    • Parameters  with  Command  Object
    • Stored  Procedures  with  ADO.NET  using  –output  parameters
    • Develop  a  Registration  form  using  ADO

    Presenting Data Using ASP.NET Bound Controls (Using VB.NET/C#)

    • ASP.Net  bound  controls
    • DataSource  Controls
    • Repeater & its uses.
    • DataBound  and  DataAware  Controls
    • Bind  data  to  Dropdownlist  Control
    • Datalist  control
    • DataGrid(1.1/2.0)  Control
    • GridView  &  its  importance  in  Development
    • GridView(Basic)  –  simple  uses
    • GridView  (Advanced)  –Runtime  Fields,  Empty  DataRows,  NTier  …
    • FormView  &  DetailsView
    • ListView

    AJAX (ATLAS )

    • Introduction to Microsoft  AJAX.(Code  name  ATLAS)
    • XML Http object
    • Programming  with  XML  HTTP  Object
    • Advantages and Disadvantages of AJAX.
    • Features of AJAX.
    • MS Implementation of AJAX

    ASP.NET Error Handling & Debug :

    • Error Handling & .NET Runtime
    • Avoid Errors before they occur
    • Structured Error Handling
    • Catching  General  Exceptions
    • Catching Specific Exceptions
    • Throwing  Exceptions
    • Custom  Exceptions
    • Page  Level  Error  Handling
    • Application  Level  Error  Handling

    User Controls :

    • Creating  User  Controls
    • Adding member to user controls.
    • Registering User Controls
    • Properties  &  Methods
    • Dynamically  loading  user  controls
    • Master Pages

    Configuring ASP.NET Applications :

    • Web Application configuration-Advantages.
    • New Configuration Model, ASP.NET Confn Tool
    • Web Application Machine Configuration
    • Global Assembly Cache, Strong Names VS2005.
    • Working with Assembly Info
    • Web.Config,  Machine.Config
    • Process Model –System Configuration.

    ASP.NET Web Applications :

    • About Session & Application object
    • Comparison between Session & Application
    • Using the Global.asax file
    • Managing  Application  State
    • Http  Handlers
    • Application & Session Variables
    • Application & Session Events

    CACHE Services :

    • Caching  Overview
    • Advantages  of  Caching
    • Comparing with Application & Session var’s
    • Page Output Caching
    • Page  Data  Caching
    • Fragment Caching

    Security :

    • Security  Overview
    • Authentication  &  Authorization
    • Windows-based  Authentication
    • Passport  Authentication.(WebServices)
    • Forms-based  Authentication
    • Memberships
    • Authorizing  Users  and  Roles
    • User  Account  Impersonation

    Deployment :

    • Deploying  ASP.NET  Application

    ASP.NET XML Web Services :

    • Introducing   XML Web Services
    • Differences Between DCOM / Remoting / Web Services
    • Asp.net Webservices.
    • Writing a Simple Web Service
    • Xml web services stack, SOAP,WSDL,UDDI,Sync an
    • Async calls
    • Web Service Type Marshalling
    • Using Data in Web Services
    • Using Objects and Intrinsic
    • HTML  Pattern  Matching
    • WCF

    WebParts:

    • New concept in Web Apps.
    • Advantages and Disadvantages.
    • Predefined/ user defined controls with webparts.

    Windows Vista-New Features :

    • Gadgets/side bars.
    • Office  2007
    • VS to VS.net tools for office.

    Mobile Applications :

    • Mobile  forms
    • Mobile Environment – Today’s Need.
    • Needed  Infrastructure
    • WAP, WML overview.
    • MS Mobile Explorer.
    • Open ware Simulators.
    • Line smart phones   and Pocket PC Applications.

    Smartphone And Pocket PC :

    • What is Smartphone / Pocket Pc?
    • Application for   smartphone / pocket pc
    • Deploying / Run application in devices / Live

    VSTO – VS.NET

    • What is VSTO?
    • Programming developing   managed addings for outlook.
    • Advantages VSTO
    • VSTO 2005 SE
    • Runtime component.

    Additional Needed  Services  in Web  Apps(Optional)

    • MSMQ in ASP.Net
    • Its need in data transferring
    • MSMQ – Its role in heterogeneous networks and systems
    • Crystal  Reports  in  ASP.Net
    • Designing Reports for Web Browsers

    3) ASP.NET MVC 6 Training Course Content :

    Asp.Net MVC 6

    Prior .NET web application development experience and familiarity with Object-Oriented Programming concepts is assumed. Some experience with HTML and Javascript is also expected. Experience developing ASP.NET MVC Training applications with Web Forms would be beneficial.

    Introduction to ASP.NET MVC 6 :

    • Introduction to MVC 6
    • NET Web Forms (vs) ASP.NET MVC
    • Advantages and disadvantages of each
    • Determining when-to-use which one
    • List of Versions of ASP.NET MVC
    • Differences between versions of ASP.NET MVC
    • Overview of installing ASP.NET MVC in various versions of Visual Studio
    • MVC Architecture
    • What is MVC?
    • Architecture Explanation
    • What is Controller and action method
    • What is View
    • What is Model
    • Request Flow in ASP.NET MVC

    Getting started with MVC Core :

    • New Project in Visual Studio
    • Overview of Folders and files of MVC project

    Controllers :

    • Introduction to Controllers
    • Creating Controllers and Actions
    • Calling action methods thru the browser
    • Returning from action methods
    • Parameters in Action methods
    • ActionLink
    • URL Routing
    • Overview
    • The need of URL Routing
    • Parameters in URL
    • Default Parameter Values
    • Parameters with Constraints
    • Literals in URL

    Views (Razor) :

    • Introduction to Views (Razor)
    • ActionResult and ViewResult
    • Returning a view
    • Creating a Simple Razor View
    • Intermingling Code and Markup in Razor Views
    • View Bag / View Data / Temp Data
    • Shared Views
    • ASPX View Engine (vs) Razor

    Layout Views :

    • Introduction to LayoutViews
    • The need of layout views
    • cshtml
    • Creating custom layout views
    • Layout Views with Sections
    • RenderSection()
    • cshtml
    • Overriding the _ViewStart.cshtml

    Partial Views :

    • Partial Views
    • RenderPartial()

    Models :

    • Introduction to Models
    • Need of models
    • Creating models using ‘CodeFirst approach’

    Entity Framework in MVC :

    • Introduction to Entity Framework
    • Need of Entity Framework
    • Creating DbContext and DbSet
    • Configuring connection string

    Scaffold Templates in MVC :

    • Introduction to scaffold Templates in MVC
    • Need of Scaffolding
    • Creating controllers and views using scaffold
    • Strongly typed views
    • Understanding Index, Details, Create, Edit, Delete action methods and views

    HTML Helpers :

    • Introduction to HTML helpers
    • DisplayNameFor( )
    • DisplayFor( )
    • BeginForm( )
    • LabelFor()
    • EditorFor( )
    • ValidationMessageFor( )
    • RadioButtonFor( )
    • DropDownListFor( )
    • ListBoxFor( )
    • CheckBoxFor( )
    • AntiForgeryToken()
    • Code First Migrations

    Action Filters :

    • Introduction to action filters
    • [HttpPost]
    • [HttpGet]
    • [ValidateAntiForgeryToken]
    • [OutputCache]
    • [HandleError]
    • [NonAction]
    • [ActionName]

    Bundles and Minification :

    • Introduction to Bundles and minification
    • Understanding BundleConfig.cs
    • ScriptBundle (vs) StyleBundle
    • Importing a ScriptBundle and StyleBundle
    • Creating and consuming custom bundles

    Validations :

    • Introduction to Validations
    • Model level validations (vs) View level validations
    • Importing jQuery Validation Plug in
    • [Required]
    • [RegularExpression]
    • [Range]
    • [StringLength]
    • [Compare]
    • [Remote]
    • IsValid

    Data Annotations :

    • [Display]
    • [Datatype]
    • [DisplayFormat]
    • [ScaffoldColumn]

    jQuery in MVC :

    • Introduction to jQuery in MVC
    • Need of jQuery in MVC
    • Importing/updating jquery plug in
    • Demos

    jQuery AJAX in MVC :

    • Need of jQuery-AJAX in MVC
    • Demos on jQuery-AJAX (with json) in MVC with database handling
    • Intro to jQGrid

    Web API :

    • Introduction to Web API
    • WCF REST (vs) Web API
    • Understanding HTTP methods(GET, POST, PUT, DELETE)
    • Creating API controller
    • API configuration
    • Calling Web API from jQuery
    • Demo: CRUD operations using jQuery AJAX with Web API

    Security in MVC :

    • Forms based security with [Authorise]
    • Windows based security

    What’s new in MVC Core :

    • Web API 2
    • Overview of Facebook Application
    • OWIN Abstraction
    • Inbuilt Support for Dependency Injection
    • SIGNAL R 3
    • Web API 3

    Repository Layer and Service Layer :

    • Introduction to Repository Layer and Service Layer
    • MVC Architecture with both layers
    • Demos

    Dependency Injection :

    • Problems in accessing repository layer / service layer directly in controller
    • What is Dependency Injection
    • Installing ‘Unity’ plug in
    • Configuring Unity
    • Construction injection and property injection using interface

    Database – First approach in MVC :

    • Introduction to Database-First approach in MVC
    • Demos on ‘Database-First’ approach

    Areas in MVC

    • Introduction to areas in MVC
    • Demos on areas

    Mobile Web Apps using MVC

    • Introduction to jQuery Mobile
    • Mobile Application’ project template
    • Overview of Customizing jQuery Mobile
    • Deployment
    • Configuring IIS
    • Publishing MVC web applications to local IIS

    Angular 9 Integration

    • What is Angular9
    • Advantages
    • Getting started
    • MVVM and MVC Architecture
    • What is Model, View, ViewModel
    • Creating view model
    • data-bind
    • Observable properties
    • Subscribe
    • Working with Directives, Services, Filters, Functions

    Single Page Application (SPA)

    • What is SPA
    • Need of SPA
    • Getting started
    • Angular JS with API
    • Reading and posting data

    4) C#.NET

    This C#.NET training teaches non-experienced people how to create the Solutions/Applications using C#.NET.  C#.NET is Microsoft’s entry into the world of managed programming. Using a syntax that is deliberately from Java, C++ and C, C#.NET achieves a natural trade-off of terseness and clarity,  enabling programmers to express concepts in a clear and maintainable form. The recent enhancements to the language have made it even more powerful than before, allowing programmers to work with C#.NET in both an Object-Oriented and partially functional style.

    C#.Net Training Course Content Objective :

    • Learn the fundamentals of C# programming in Visual Studio.
    • Using .Net Framework
    • Working with variables, data types
    • Work with standard programming skills
    • Exception Handling in C#
    • Object oriented programming in C#
    • Object oriented techniques
    • Working with Arrays
    • Create Generic classes and methods.
    • Collections in C#
    • Generate and test your own classes using the Class Designer and Object Test Bench tools.
    • Use delegate types to provide flexibility and type safety.
    • Use anonymous types, lambda expressions, extension methods, object initializers, and implicit type declarations

    C#.Net Content Overview :

    • Introduction of .Net
    • Net Framework [Advanced]
    • Visual C#.Net Language
    • .Net Installations/C#.Net
    • Programming Using Visual C#.Net
    •  Introduction To Windows  Forms  – I
    • Windows Forms – II
    • Object Oriented Concepts (Basic)
    •  Object Oriented  Concepts  (Advanced)
    • Object Oriented Concepts (Implementation Oriented)
    • Error Handling
    • Ado.Net 1.1/2.0/LINQ
    • ADO.Net Components
    • Data Sources And .Net Data Providers
    • Accessing Data In The Connected Environment
    • Accessing Data In  Disconnected  Environment
    • Sorting, Searching And  Filtering
    •   Live Case Study and Implementation Of ADO.NET   in N-Tier
    •  XML
    • XML IN .NET
    • Creating Custom Windows Controls
    • Windows Services*
    •  .Net Remoting
    • Crystal Reports*
    • Application Deployment

    Introduction/Overview of .Net :

    • Introduction  to  .Net
    • Platform for the  .Net
    • Drawbacks  of  Current  Trend
    • Net Framework – BCL & CLR l Key design goals
    • CLR, CTS, MSIL & other tools.
    • Multiple Language Interaction & support l Moving from Project to Assemblies…
    • Security in .NET – CAS

    .Net Framework [Advanced]

    • Advantages/Disadvantages
    • Features of .Net
    • Assemblies in Detail
    • GAC,  Strong  Names
    • Language  Interop
    • Reflection

    Visual C#.Net Language

    • Advantages/Disadvantages
    • Why C#/ Why Not C#
    • Where does C# Fit in
    • C, C++ to Visual C#
    • Features  of  C#
    • .NET  Namespaces

    .Net Installations/C#.Net

    • .NET Versions – 1.1/2.0/3.0/3.5 Beta
    • Visual  Studio.NET  2003/2005/Orcas/2008
    • Windows Vista – New Look
    • Gadgets/SideBars/UAC  –  relation  with  .NET
    • Hardware/Software  Requirements
    • FAQ’s with detailed answers

    Programming Using Visual C#.Net

    • The start of the application
    • C#.Net  Program  Design
    • Variables  and  types
    • Value types and reference types (CTS)
    • Strings and arrays
    • The Console class
    • String  formatting
    • Statements  and  flows
    • Programming  Structures
    • Command-line  arguments
    • VS.NET to Create C#.NET Apps
    • C# 3.0/3.5 features – Implicit types , Extention Methods and more.

    Introduction To Windows  Forms  – I

    • Windows forms library – WinForms
    • Layout Enhancements
    • Forms and controls – Hierarchy
    • Creating simple GUI by hand
    • Event handling
    • Basic controls
    • Windows forms – buttons, check boxes, radio buttons, panels, group boxes, list boxes, picture boxes…

    Windows Forms – II

    • Menus
    • Built-in  dialog  boxes  and  printing
    • Extender  Controls
    • ToolStrips, StatusStrips and progress bars
    • A new MDI forms strategy
    • Inheritance  with  forms
    • New Controls – Web Browser, Property Grid etc

    Basic:

    • Classes & objects
    • Abstract & override methods
    • Creating and using your own classes l Data members and member methods l Instantiate an object
    • This  keyword
    • Properties –  Read Only Write Only…
    • Build process using windows class library l Generate classes for other clients
    • How to use classes as part of project

    Advanced:

    • Accessibility levels, specifiers
    • Constructors
    • Method  overloading
    • Class (static) variables & methods
    • Object  destruction
    • ‘ref’ and ‘out’ parameters
    • Constant  values
    • Enumerations
    • Inheritance  and  Polymorphism
    • The root of all classes
    • Creating  derived  classes
    • Method  overriding  and  hiding
    • Polymorphism  and  virtual  functions
    • Casting  objects
    • Abstract classes
    • Sealed  classes
    • Static classes

    Implementation Oriented:

    • Case  Studies
    • Class Diagram in VS.Net
    • Refactoring  &  others
    • FAQ’s

    Error Handling :

    • Unstructured  error  handling  support
    • Structured  error  handling
    • Error  categories
    • Debugging  the  application
    • Debug and Trace  classes
    • Code  Optimization
    • Testing  and  strategies

    Ado.Net 1.1/2.0/LINQ :

    • History  and  background
    • From DAO to ADO.NET
    • ADO.NET  LINQ
    • ADO.NET  design  goals
    • The ADO.NET architecture and its components
    • ADO.NET in relation to the other .NET tools
    • DataSet  in  RealTime  Scenarious

    ADO.Net Components :

    • Connected  and  disconnected  environment
    • ADO.NET  object  model
    • Data  sources,  providers  and  connections
    • Commands  and  data  readers
    • Data  sets  and  data  adaptors
    • Data  tables,  rows  and columns
    • Constraints  and  relations
    • Data-centric  applications  –  New  ADO.Net  Hierarchy

    Data Sources And .Net Data Providers :

    • Connecting  to  a  data  source
    • SQL Server .NET data provider
    • OLE-DB  .NET  data  provider
    • Connections  and  connection  strings
    • SQL-Server  integrated  security
    • Connection  pooling
    • ADO.NET  exceptions

    Accessing Data In The Connected Environment :

    • Commands
    • Creating  and  executing  commands
    • Reading  data  using  a  data  reader
    • Batch queries & single result queries
    • Parameterised  queries  (input  &  output  parameters)
    • Adding,  editing  and  deleting  data
    • Stored  procedures

    Accessing Data In  Disconnected  Environment

    • Why using a disconnected environment?
    • DataSet  and  DataAdapter features
    • Filling data  sets using  data adapters
    • Read data using data tables, rows and columns
    • Batch queries and data sets
    • Visual Studio Data Menu & tools
    • DataSet  Navigation
    • DataSet  Functionality
    • DataSet  Optimistic  Concurrency

    Sorting, Searching And  Filtering

    • Searching in data sets
    • Find on primary keys
    • Searching on any column
    • Searching on row state
    • Wildcard  searches
    • Sorting  and  filtering  using  data  views
    • Searching in a data view

    Live Case Study and Implementation Of ADO.NET   in N-Tier :

    • Client Server Basics
    • N-Tier – Classical and New
    • N-Tier importance w.r.t other .Net technologies
    • Build User Interface Layer – importance
    • Business Layer in N-Tier – advantages & disadvantages
    • Data Access Layer – Generic/Specific Advantages
    • N-Tier  DataBase  Application
    • SQLHelper,  CodeSmith  etc  tools  awareness

    XML :

    • XML Basics – Importance in Todays world
    • XML designers/support in VS.NET
    • XML Derived Technologies – XSD ,XSL , SOAP ,WSDL

    XML IN .NET :

    • System.Xml  Namespace
    • Stream  Model  XML
    • XML DOM
    • XmlTextReader,TextWriter
    • XmlTextReader, TextWriter XMLDocument/ XmlDataDocumentClasses
    • Dom  Objects  –  XMLNode/XMLNodeList
    • XPATH- Query Language for XML
    • DOM – Navigation & Access Case Studies

    Creating Custom Windows Controls :

    • About  user  –  defined  controls
    • Understanding  the  control  class  with  Container
    • Add  Properties/Methods/Events  to  Control
    • Pack & use control in other windows applications
    • Create  &  implement  a  windows  control

    Windows Services :

    • Understanding  services
    • Creating  windows  services
    • Setting  properties
    • Compile, run & install services
    • Event log services

    .Net Remoting :

    • About  Distributed  Applications
    • COM/DCOM  in  Distributed  Environment
    • Drawbacks of DCOM
    • .NET  Remoting  –  New  distributed  environment
    • Advantages  &  Disadvantages
    • Remoting  –  Web  Services  comparisons
    • MBR, MBV
    • Channels
    • Formatters
    • Programming Model – Object Styles & Lifestyles
    • Activation
    • Case  Study  –  Implementation  using  Remoting

    Crystal Reports :

    • Reporting  Need  in  the  application
    • Crystal  Reports  –  Reporting  Tool
    • Different Versions of Crystal Reports
    • Developing  a  Crystal  Report
    • Different ways to Invoke/Deploy Crystal Reports

    Application Deployment :

    • Packaging  Code
    • ClickOnce  Deployment
    • Configuring  the  .Net  framework
    • Deploying  the  application  in  Web  Server
    • Deployment  –  other  methods

    5) Web Services and WCF

    Web Services and WCF Course Syllabus Overview :

    • Introduction to Windows communication Foundation
    • Developing WCF Service Application and Client
    • Endpoints in configuration file
    • Channel Stacks & Bindings in WCF
    • Understanding Service and Data Contracts
    • Handling WCF Exceptions/Faults
    • Message Exchange Patterns
    • Transactions
    • MSMQ

    6) WPF Course Content

    Introduction :

    • What is WPF ?
    • Types of WPF Application (Windows Based and Browser Based)
    • XAML – Extensible Application Markup Language.
    • First WPF Application
    • Goals , Benefits and drawbacks
    • Content Models

    Expression Blend :

    • What is Expression Blend
    • Different tabs and windows available

    Basic Controls, Content Controls, Layout Controls and Menu Controls

    Properties :

    • Property basics
    • Type Converters
    • Property element Syntax
    • Attached properties
    • Property Inheritance

    Pens and Brushes :

    Input

    • Mouse Events
    • Keyboard Input
    • Routed Events

    Data Binding

    • Simple Data Binding
    • Binding to List Data
    • Data Source Providers
    • Master Details Binding

    Styles and Templates

    • Inline Styles
    • Named Styles
    • Element typed Styles
    • Triggers
    • Logical and Visual trees
    • Data Driven UI

    Resources and Themes

    Event Triggers and Animations

    • Animation Fundamentals
    • Timelines
    • Keyframe Animations
    • Animation without storyboards

    Transformations and Effects

    • Commanding, Layout, Render Transformations
    • Effects

    Documents

    • Fixed Documents
    • Flow Documents

    Navigation-Based Applications

    • Page
    • Hyperlink Navigation
    • Navigation Service
    • Frame

    7) Silverlight Course Content:

    • Silverlight Introduction & tools
    • Silverlight Concepts
    • Silverlight User Interface controls
    • Transformation and Animation
    • Silverlight Controls, Resources, Styles, Templates, Graphics & Media
    • UI Interaction using Mouse and Keyboard
    • Data Binding
    • Creating Custom Controls
    • Silverlight Navigation Applications
    • Working with WCF, ASMS and ADO.NET Services
    • Integrating with the Browser (Client side programming)

    8) LINQ Course :

    C# Language Extensions in 3.5 (Prerequisite)

    • Type Inference
    • Object Initialize’r
    • Anonymous Types
    • Extension Methods
    • Partial Method

    LINQ Architecture & Providers

    • Understanding the LINQ Framework
    • LINQ Providers

    Objects

    • IEnumerable and IQueryable interfaces
    • System.Linq namespace
    • Query Expressions
    • Lambda Expression
    • Using Custom Class Collection

    SQL:

    • Defining the Data Model classes
    • Using Mapping attributes
    • Using the Data Context class
    • Defining Relationships using Associations
    • Creating a customized Data Context class
    • LINQ to SQL Designer (DBML File)
    • Performing Add/Edit/Delete/View Operations
    • Tracking changes to entities
    • Submitting changes
    • Concurrency error handling issues
    • Join Query
    • Validating Entities
    • Transaction Handling
    • Executing Stored Procedures

    LINQ to XML:

    • Understanding the LINQ to XML Class hierarchy
    • Create an XML document
    • Loading existing XML document
    • Querying XML using LINQ to XML
    • Manipulating XML document using LINQ
    • Adding nodes
    • Modifying nodes
    • Deleting nodes

    LINQ to Dataset:

    • Querying DataSets
    • Querying typed DataSets
    • Using LINQ over DataSet with Table Adapter

    9) SharePoint

    • General Introduction
    • Introduction to SharePoint
    • SharePoint Installation
    • SharePoint Site Hierarchy
    • Lists
    • Predefined List
    • Predefined Libraries
    • Working With Document Library
    • Pages and Web Parts
    • Workflows
    • Security – User Groups and Permissions
    • Managing SharePoint Central Administration
    • Understanding Service Applications
    • Enterprise Content Management
    • User Profile Service Administration
    • Administering and configuring Search
    • Backup and Restore
    • PowerShell
    • Claim Based Authentication
    • Server Object Model
    • CAML and LINQ
    • Client Object Model
    • Features
    • Managing SharePoint Environment
    • Event Receivers
    • Programming Web Parts
    • Sandboxed Solutions
    • Business Connectivity Service
    • Custom Workflows
    • Business Intelligence
    • SharePoint Reporting Services
    • InfoPath
    • SharePoint Designer
    • Branding SharePoint Sites
    • Designing Maintenance Strategy
    • Upgrade Strategy

    10) SQL Server

    Overview of Database Concepts

    Basic Database Concepts

    • Concepts of Data, Metadata, Files
    • Concepts of DBMS
    • Database Models
    • File Management Systems
    • Relational Database Systems
    • Procedural & Non procedural approaches
    • Database Design
    • E.F.Codd’s Rules

    Normalization :

    • First Normal Form
    • Second Normal Form
    • Third Normal Form

    Introduction to SQL Server :

    • Features of SQL Server
    • Different Editions of SQL Server
    • Components of SQL Server
    • Services of SQL Server
    • Comparison of SQL Server with Oracle

    Database Design :

    • Logical & Physical database design
    • Relational database design
    • Creating databases

    Management Studio :

    • Basics of SQL
    • Data types, expressions, operators
    • Working with Queries & Clauses
    • Creating Databases
    • Creating Tables, Stored Procedures
    • Working with Indexes & Views

    Sub queries :

    • Nested sub queries
    • Correlated sub queries
    • Derived tables

    Implementation of Data integrity :

    • Entity integrity
    • Domain integrity
    • Referential integrity
    • Types of constraints

    Data Definition Language(DDL) :

    • Creation of table
    • Modifying the structure of a table
    • Dropping a table
    • Working with different options

    Data Manipulation Language(DML) :

    • Inserting, updating & deleting operations
    • Operators, Built-in functions, Grouping
    • Working with multiple tables

    Joins :

    • Introduction to Joins
    • Inner join
    • Outer join
    • Cross joins
    • Unions

    Working with Indexes :

    • Introduction to indexes
    • Creating, dropping indexes
    • Complex indexes
    • Clustered & non clustered indexes

    Implementing Views :

    • Introduction & advantages of views
    • Creating views
    • Altering, dropping views

    Data Control Language(DCL) :

    • Creating Users and Roles
    • Granting & Revoking of Roles & Privileges

    Transaction Control Language (TCL) :

    • Introduction
    • Transactions process & types of transactions (Implicit, Explicit)
    • Working with Locks and Types of locks

    Transact-SQL (T-SQL) :

    • Introduction
    • Data types
    • Statements
    • Batch Execution

    Working with Cursors :

    • Creating Cursors
    • Cursors vs. Select
    • Types of cursors, locks on cursors
    • Advantages of cursors

    Implementing stored procedures :

    • Introduction to stored procedures
    • Creating, executing, modifying, dropping sp’s
    • Executing extended sp’s

    User Defined Functions :

    • Introduction
    • Creating, executing, altering, dropping UDF’s
    • Deterministic, non-deterministic functions
    • Scalar, multi-statement, built-in functions

    Implementing Triggers :

    • Introduction to Triggers
    • Constraints vs Triggers
    • Creating, altering, dropping triggers
    • for/after/instead of triggers

    11) Sharepoint Course Content :

    • General Introduction
    • Introduction to SharePoint
    • SharePoint Installation and Administration
    • SharePoint Site Hierarchy
    • Introduction to Apps – Lists / Libraries
    • Predefined List & Libraries
    • RSS
    • Security – User Groups and Permissions
    • Claim Based Authentication
    • Enterprise Content Management
    • User Profile Service Administration
    • Administering and configuring Search
    • PowerShell
    • Backup and Restore
    • Server Object Model
    • CAML and LINQ
    • Client Object Model
    • SharePoint Tools for Visual Studio 2012
    • Features
    • Visual Studio Templates
    • Event Receivers
    • Working with WebParts
    • InfoPath
    • InfoPath External Data
    • InfoPath Validation Formatting
    • Business Connectivity Service
    • Workflow
    • SharePoint Designer

    12) Struts and Ajax Course Content :

    • Model-View-Controller (MVC) Architecture.
    • Model 1 and Model 2 Approach in Web Applications.
    • What is a Framework?
    • Introduction to Struts 2.0 Framework

    Struts Framework Components :

    • Controller Components
    • Model Components
    • View Components

    Struts 2.0 Configuring Elements

    1.Administrator Elements

    • Bean Configuration
    • Constant Configuration
    • Package Configuration
    • Namespace Configuration
    • Include Configuration

    2.Request Handling Elements 

    • Interceptor Configuration
    • Action Configuration
    • Result Configuration

    3.Exception Handling 

    • Exception Configuration

    Struts 2.0 Configuring Files

    • web.xml
    • struts.xml
    • struts.properties
    • struts-default.xml

    Interceptors :

    • Understanding Interceptors
    • Configuring Interceptors
    • Stacking Interceptors
    • Writing Interceptors

    Expression Language :

    • OGNL Introduction
    • OGNL Language Features
    • Working with Collections

    Value Stack :

    • Temporary Objects
    • Model Object
    • Action Object
    • Named Objects

    UI Components :

    • Templates
    • Themes
    • Simple Tags
    • Collection based Tags

    Type Conversion :

    • Built in Type Conversion
    • Creating a Type Converter
    • Advanced Type Conversion

    Validation :

    • Manually Validation
    • Validation Framework
    • Basic Validation
    • Client Validation
    • Field Validator
    • Non Field Validation

    Localization / Internationalization :

    • UI Tags
    • Validation Aware Interface
    • Action Support getText Method
    • Resource Bundle

    AJAX :

    • Introduction AJAX
    • AJAX Internals
    • XML Http Request Object
    • AJAX UI Tags
    • Div Tag
    • Submit Tag
    • Anchor Tag
    • Tabbed Panel Tag
    • Auto Completer Tag

     

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