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About Microsoft .NET

Microsoft .NET (pronounced "dot net") is a software component that runs on the Windows operating system. Ascent It Services provides .net training according to the current requirement of IT industry. .NET provides tools and libraries that enable developers to create Windows software much faster and easier. .NET benefits end-users by providing applications of higher capability, quality and security. The .NET Framework must be installed on a user's PC to run .NET applications.

This is how Microsoft describes it: ".NET is the Microsoft Web services strategy to connect information, people, systems, and devices through software. Integrated across the Microsoft platform, .NET technology provides the ability to quickly build, deploy, manage, and use connected, security-enhanced solutions with Web services. .NET-connected solutions enable businesses to integrate their systems more rapidly and in a more agile manner and help them realize the promise of information anytime, anywhere, on any device.

Microsoft .Net Framework is a platform that provides tools and technologies you need to build Networked Applications as well as Distributed Web Services and Web Applications. The .Net Framework provides the necessary compile time and run-time foundation to build and run any language that conforms to the Common Language Specification (CLS).The main two components of .Net Framework are Common Language Runtime (CLR) and .Net Framework Class Library (FCL).

The Common Language Runtime (CLR) is the runtime environment of the .Net Framework , that executes and manages all running code like a Virtual Machine. The .Net Framework Class Library (FCL) is a huge collection of language-independent and type-safe reusable classes. The .Net Framework Class Libraries (FCL) are arranged into a logical grouping according to their functionality and usability is called Namespaces

The .NET Framework's Base Class Library provides user interface, data access, database connectivity, cryptography, web application development, numeric algorithms, and network communications. Programmers produce software by combining their own source code with the .NET Framework and other libraries. The .NET Framework is intended to be used by most new applications created for the Windows platform. Microsoft also produces a popular integrated development environment largely for .NET software called Visual Studio.

Before you continue, you should have a basic understanding of the following:

1. Knowledge of HTML and CSS
2. Knowledge of javaScript
3. Knowledge of C Languages
4. Knowledge of Object Oriented Languages(C#, C++ etc)
5. Knowledge of SQL Server

Benefits of Courses:

1. Website Developer.
2. Web Application Developer.
3. Web Services Developer.
4. Explain how to create dynamic Web pages by using ASP.NET.
5. Manage state, handle requests, and improve accessibility by using the features of ASP.NET.
6. Create a user interface on an ASP.NET page by using standard Web server controls.
7. Access and manipulate data from Windows Communication Foundation services or Web services.

Projects

1.After completion of 75% of classroom training (with all practical), student will go through 2 Major Projects Training and 1 Live Project Training under the guidance of our Well experienced Java developer.
2. After being hands-on in projects as well as Java development concepts students will go through interview preparation and recruitment process in IT Industry.

Introduction to .NET Introduction to Visual Studio Language Fundamentals
1. Overview of the .NET Framework 1. Setting Profiles 1. C# Program Structure
2. How .NET is Different from Traditional Programming 2. Creating a Project 2. Defining Namespaces
3. Common Language Runtime (CLR) 3. Using the Code Editor 3. Understanding C# Data Types
4. Common Language Specification (CLS) 4. Setting Project Properties 4. Defining Variables and Constants
5. Common Type System (CTS) 5. Adding References 5. Comparing Value Types v/s Reference Types
6. .NET Assemblies 6. Compiling a Program 6. Working with Operators and Expressions
7. Microsoft Intermediate Language (CIL) 7. Running a Program 7. Performing Type Conversions
8. .NET Namespaces 8. Debugging a Program 8. Using Console I/O
9. .NET Framework Class Library 9. Using the MSDN (Help) 9. Formatting Numbers, Date and Times
Conditionals and Looping Functions and Parameters Exception Handling
1. if/else condition 1. Defining Static and Instance Functions 1. What are Exceptions?
2. switch condition 2. Passing Parameters by value and by reference 2. .NET Exception Hierarchy
3. while and do/while loops 3. Overloading Functions 3. Catching Exceptions
4. for loop 4. Optional Parameters 4. Throwing Exceptions
5. foreach loop 5. Using Variable Length Parameter Lists 5. Managing Resources with Finally
Collections Object-Oriented Programming Introducing ASP.NET
1. Defining and Using Arrays 1. Overview of Object-Oriented Programming 1. Overview of ASP.NET 4.0
2. Understanding System.Array 2. Defining and Using Classes 2. Understanding Client-Side vs. Server-Side Execution
3. Using .NET Collections 3. Extending .NET Classes via Inheritance 3. Working with Web Forms
4. Working with ArrayLists and Hashtables 4. Defining and Implementing Interfaces 4. Understanding ASP.NET Application Folders
5. Working with Lists and Dictionaries 5. Understanding the Role of Interfaces in .NET 5. Using Web.config
6. Introducing LINQ 6. Working With Enumerations  
Creating ASP.NET Pages Using Controls Handling Events
1. Building ASP.NET Pages 1. Working with HTML Controls 1. Understand Event Driven Programming Model
2. Using Page Directives 2. Working with Web Controls 2. Writing Event Handlers
3. Working with the Code-Behind Model 3. Creating Controls at Runtime 3. Understanding PostBack v/s Non-PostBack Events
4. Understanding the Life-cycle of a Web Form 4. Defining and Using Custom User Controls 4. Sharing Event Handlers between Events
5. Handling Page Events   5. Using Global.asax
Validation Master Pages Maintaining State
1. Understand ASP.NET Validation Controls 1. Understand Master Page Architecture 1. Understanding why Web is Stateless
2. Performing Client-Side Validation 2. Designing a Master Page 2. Maintaining State within ASP.NET Applications
3. Performing Server-Side Validation 3. Designing Content Pages 3. Using the Application Object
4. Using the Regular Expression Validator   4. Using the Session Object
5. Customizing Validation   5. Using the ViewState Object
6. Working with Validation Groups   6. Reading and Writing Cookies
    7. Using the Query String
ADO.NET Using XML Data Binding
1. Understand ADO.NET Object Model 1. Understand XML and XML Schemas 1. Understand ASP.NET Data Binding
2. Connected vs. Disconnected Access 2. Reading XML Data with a DataSet 2. Examining ASP.NET Data Bound Controls
3. Using a Connection to Connect to a Data Source 3. Writing XML Data with a DataSet 3. Using the ListBox Control
4. Using a Command to Execute Queries and Stored Procedures   4. Using the GridView Control
5. Using a DataReader to Work with Cursors   5. Using the DetailsView Control
6. Using the DataSet with Disconnected Data   6. Using the FormView Control
7. Using DataAdapters with DataSets    
Securing ASP.NET Applications Introduction to Web Services Deploying ASP.NET Applications
1. Understand ASP.NET 4.0 Security Models 1. Overview of Web Services 1. Overview of ASP.NET Deployment Options
2. Authenticating Users 2. Creating a Web Service 2. Using Copy Web Site Tool
3. Authorization User Requests 3. Using WSDL and Proxy Classes 3. Using Publish Web Site Tool
4. Using the ASP.NET Login Controls 4. Consuming a Web Service 4. Using Web Setup Projects
5. Using ASP.NET Web Site Administration Tool    
Asp.Net AJAX LINQ AND C# WCF (Windows Communication Foundation)
1. Conceptual Overview about Ajax Technology 1. Generics, Delegates, Anonymous Methods, Enumerartors and Yeild 1. Architecture of WCF
2. Using Asp.net Ajax Control Toolkits 2. Local Type Interface, Lamda Expressions 2. Project Template of WCF
3. Using Server Side Asp.Net Ajax 3. Extension Methods, Object Initialization Expressions 3. WCF Composition
4. Using Client Side Asp.Net Ajax 4. Anonymous Types, Query Expressions 4. Building a WCF Service
5. Client-Side JavaScript programming 5. LINQ Queries 5. Hosting a WCF Service
6. Microsoft Client Library for Ajax 6. Query Operators 6. WCF Client Application building
7. Remote method calls with ASP.NET Ajax 7. Conversion Operators  
  8. LINQ to SQL, DataSet, Entities  
  9. LINQ to XML API  
  10. LINQ to XML Queries  
MICROSOFT SILVERLIGHT and WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) jQUERY  
1. WPF in ASP.NET 4.0 1. Introduction  
2. WPF / E – Every Where Concept 2. The magic dollar sign ($) and a chain of operations  
3. SilverLight and Media 3. jQuery Selectors  
4. Working with JavaScript 4. Document.Ready()  
5. Client-side Programming SilverLight 5. ASP .NET and JQuery  
6. Server-side Programming SilverLight 6. Consuming ASP .NET web services using jQuery  
7. XAML [Extensible Application Markup Language] 7. JSON serialized web service  
8. Developing SilverLight Pages with Visual Studio 2010 or Microsoft Blend 8. Consuming a web service using ASP .NET AJAX  
  9. Consuming a web service using jQuery  
  10. Calling an ASP .NET page method  
  11. A dummy page method  
  12. Calling a page method from jQuery  
  13. Client Templating  
  14. How to use jTemplate  
  15. ASP .NET client templating engine