.Net Technology

What is .NET?

Microsoft's ASP.net is a server-side scripting technology that can be used to create dynamic and interactive Web applications. An ASP.net page is an HTML page that contains server-side scripts that are processed by a web server before being sent to the user’s browser. You can combine ASP with Extensible Markup Language (XML) and Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) to create powerful interactive Web sites. ASP.net coding is more "compact" than ASP code; the scripts required to perform a given function are shorter in ASP.net than they are in ASP.

What .Net does?

Microsoft .NET is more than just the next generation of Active Server Pages (ASP). It provides an entirely new programming model for creating network applications that take advantage of the Internet.

  • Improved Performance and Scalability
  • Enhanced Reliability
  • Easy Deployment
  • New Application Models
  • Developer Productivity

Why.Net ?

  • ASP.NET drastically reduces the amount of code required to build large applications
  • ASP.NET makes development simpler and easier to maintain with an event-driven, server-side programming model
  • The source code is executed on the server. The pages have lots of power and flexibility by this approach
  • The source code is compiled the first time the page is requested. Execution is fast as the Web Server compiles the page the first time it is requested. The server saves the compiled version of the page for use next time the page is requested
  • ASP.NET makes for easy deployment. There is no need to register components because the configuration information is built-in.

C# .Net Syllabus

Chapter 1.

  • Introduction to .Net Framework
  • Introduction to .NET
  • Assemblies
  • Types of Assemblies
  • Private Assembly
  • Shared Assembly
  • GAC (Globally Access Cache)
  • CLR, CLS, CTS

Chapter 2

  • OOPS Concept
  • Introduction of Classes and Objects
  • Methods
  • Constructor and Destructor
  • Encapsulation and Abstraction
  • Access Modifiers
  • Inheritance
  • Polymorphism
  • Method Overloading
  • Operator Overloading
  • Method Overriding
  • Boxing and Unboxing
  • Enumerations

Chapter 3.

  • Properties and Indexers
  • Properties
  • Indexers

Chapter 4.

  • Interface and Abstract Class
  • Interface
  • Abstract Class

Chapter 5.

  • Delegates and Events
  • Delegates
  • Event Handling

Chapter 6.

  • Generics

Chapter 7.

  • Collections

Chapter 8.

  • Exception Handling

Chapter 9.

  • Remoting

Chapter 10.

  • Threading

Chapter 11.

  • Reflection

Contents for ASP.NET

Chapter 1.

  • Introduction to ASP.NET

Chapter 2.

  • Page Life Cycle

Chapter 3.

  • Application Life Cycle

Chapter 4.

  • State Management
  • ViewState
  • Session
  • Application
  • Profile
  • Query String

Chapter 5.

  • Caching
  • Page Output Caching
  • Page Fragment Caching
  • Data Caching

Chapter 6.

  • Web Server Controls

Chapter 7.

  • Data Controls
  • Repeater
  • Data list
  • Grid View

Chapter 8.

  • Validation Controls

Chapter 9.

  • Navigation Controls

Chapter 10.

  • AJAX

Chapter 11.

  • Concept of Master Pages

Chapter 12.

  • Security

Contents for ADO.Net

Chapter 1.

  • Introduction to ADO.NET
  • Architecture of ADO.NET
  • Use of ADO.NET

Chapter 2.

  • Connected Mode
  • SqlConnection Class
  • SqlCommand Class
  • SqlDataReader Class

Chapter 3.

  • Disconnected Mode
  • SqlConnection Class
  • SqlDataAdapter Class
  • DataSet
  • DataTable
  • DataRow
  • DataColumn

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Chapter 1.

  • Introduction to Sql Server

Chapter 2.

  • Concepts of Database, Tables

Chapter 3.

  • Constarints

Chapter 4.

  • Function

Chapter 5.

  • Stored Procedure

Chapter 6.

  • Trigger

Chapter 7.

  • Joining

Chapter 8.

  • Transaction

Chapter 9.

  • View
  • Chapter 10.
  • Index
  • Chapter 11.
  • Cursor
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