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Microsoft ASP.NET Video Training CD

by Apex Web Media
Windows, Mac
2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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  • High quality video training works on Pc or Mac
  • Ideal for people that learn quicker by being shown
  • Unique training method, learn any application in days
  • Learn from your own desk at a pace that suits you
  • Expert trainer guides you step by step
  • Find answers quickly, each CD is fully indexed
  • It's just like having a expert sat next to you

System Requirements

  • Platform:    Windows, Mac
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1
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  • ASIN: B0007RR31U
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 12,006 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

Author: Mark Long

Training Duration: 7 hours

Number of Movies: 87

Microsoft ASP.NET has taken many of the best active server technologies and combined them into one powerful set of coding instructions which allow interaction between the user and the server. Today's companies and their customers rely on a back-and-forth flow of data that can be specific and more importantly, updated based on individual requests for information. Why is this important? A customer shopping at an e-store can have specific pages generated and delivered based on their shopping habits. As they continue to shop or change their habits, the information can be updated, or even updated at their request. In this seven hour tutorial, Certified Instructor Mark Long will introduce and then expand on Microsoft's ASP.NET.

Tutorials included on this training CD:
What is ASP.NET?
Welcome
What is ASP.NET?
ASP in Action

Course Overview
Course Overview

History of ASP
Short History of ASP pt. 1
Short History of ASP pt. 2
What is ASP.NET?
ASP.NET Requirements

What's Different About ASP.NET?
Not ASP 4.0
New Features
File Extensions
Languages

A Simple ASP.NET Page
A Simple ASP.NET Example pt. 1
A Simple ASP.NET Example pt. 2

.NET Framework
What is the .NET Framework?
How .NET Works
Main Features of .NET pt. 1
Main Features of .NET pt. 2
ASP.NET Namespaces

Internet Information Server
Getting Acquainted With IIS
Administering IIS

Visual Studio.NET
Using Visual Studio .NET
WebMatrix

Web Forms
Basic Building Block
ASP.NET Page Structure pt. 1
ASP.NET Page Structure pt. 2
Page Directives pt. 1
Page Directives pt. 2
Code-Behind Pages
Using Code-Behind Pages
Events
Creating/Using Events
Page Events
Postback
Postback Example

Controls
ASP.NET Controls
HTML Controls
Server Controls
Web Controls pt. 1
Web Controls pt. 2
Validation Controls
Using Validation Controls pt. 1
Using Validation Controls pt. 2
Rich Controls
Linking Controls
Third Party Controls
Selecting the Right Control
Page Layout

User Controls
What is a User Control?
Creating a User Control pt. 1
Creating a User Control pt. 2

Tracing
What is Tracing?
Using Tracing
Utilizing the Trace Object
Remote Debugging

Managing State
State Management Basics
State Management Options pt. 1
State Management Options pt. 2
Server Side State Management
Client Side State Management
Global.asax
Application Variables
Session Variables
Cookies
Cookie-less Sessions

Optimizing ASP.NET Apps
What is Caching?
The Cache Object
Using the Cache Object
Output Caching
Fragment Caching

Configuration
.config Files
Configuration File Sections
Dynamic Properties and Other Tricks

ASP.NET Security Basics
Security Settings pt. 1
Security Settings pt. 2
Authentication Methods
Forms Authentication
Windows Authentication
Passport Authentication

Web Services
XML Primer
What are XML Web Services?
Creating an XML Web Service pt. 1
Creating an XML Web Service pt. 2
Calling XML Web Services pt. 1
Calling XML Web Services pt. 2

Deployment
Web Application Deployment
Updating a Web Application


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2.0 out of 5 stars Two Stars 30 Aug 2014
By MR A.
Does not run on Windows 8 without loads of faffing downloading stuff.
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