Building ASP.NET Web Applications

PT2408
Summary
ASP.NET is the next generation of Active Server Pages and it provides a new programming model based on the Microsoft.NET Framework for writing Web Applications. This course provides an in depth look at how to create ASP.NET applications and how they work. The student will also learn how to create Web Forms and reusable components and how to develop XML Web Services. The course will provide the student with the knowledge necessary to create database-enabled ASP.NET applications that use XML and ADO.NET.
Prerequisites
Students must be able to create forms and tables in HTML, write Visual Basic or Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript) code, create an ASP page, and retrieve data from a relational database by using ADO.
Duration
3 Day/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is intended for developers of Microsoft Active Server Pages (ASP). The course assumes that students are familiar with HTML, client-side and server-side scripting, and ActiveX Data Objects (ADO).
Topics
Overview of the .NET Framework and languages::The ASP.NET development model::Creating and using Web Forms and controls::Creating ASP.NET components::Server vs. client functionality::XML and ADO.NET::Creating and consuming XML Web services

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