Microsoft .NET Framework

.NET is an integral part of many applications which are running on Windows and provides common functionality for those applications to run. For developers, the .NET Framework provides a wide-ranging and consistent programming model for building applications that have visually stunning user experiences and secure communication.

Dot Net application is course of action performed with technical capability and competence to make to clients over take their competitors and provide wide range of technologies with latest versions every time on every period of project design and achievement.

Main topic to be cover

  • C#
  • ASP.NET 4.0
  • Visual studio 2010
  • Ajax


Getting Started with .Net Framework, Exploring Visual Studio .NET, Inside a C# Program, Data Types, Statements, Arrays, Using Strings, Objects, Classes and Structures, Properties, Inheritance, Indexers, Delegates, Events, Namespaces, Generics, Collections and Data Structures, Exception Handling, Threading, Using Streams and Files, Reflection, Assemblies, Object Serialization, Windows Forms, Controls, Data binding to Controls, Advanced Database Programming using

ASP.Net Training Objectives

Building a Web Application, Using Standard Controls, HTML Controls, Validating Form Input using Validation Controls, Understanding Applications and State, Applying Styles, Themes, and Skins, Creating a Layout Using Master Pages, Binding to Databases using Controls, Data Management with, Creating a Site Navigation Hierarchy, Navigation Controls

ASP.NET Training Outline


  • A Review of Classic ASP
  • 8 ASP.NET Web Applications
  • Rendering HTML with Server Controls
  • Data Binding in ASP.NET
  • Web Development Using Visual Studio.

Working with Controls

  • Introduction to Web Controls
  • Simple Input Controls
  • Hyperlink and Button Controls
  • List Controls
  • Controlling Focus

Using Rich Server Controls

  • Introduction to Rich Controls
  • The Calendar Control
  • The AdRotator Control
  • The XML Control

Accessing Data

  • Overview of ADO.NET
  • Connecting to Data
  • Executing Commands
  • Working with Data
  • Choosing an ADO.NET Provider


  • Language Integrated Query
  • LINQ Syntax
  • LINQ to SQL
  • LINQ to DataSets
  • LINQ to XML

Validating User Input

  • Overview of ASP.NET Validation Controls
  • Using the Simple Validators
  • Using the Complex Validators
  • Summarizing Results with the Validation Summary Control
  • Separating Validation into Validation Groups


  • Introducing Cascading Style Sheets
  • Investigating Styles
  • Using Visual Studio 2008’s Tools for Working with Styles

Themes and Master Pages

  • Creating a Consistent Web Site
  • ASP.NET 2.0 Themes
  • Master Pages
  • List Controls
  • Controlling Focus

Site Navigation

  • ASP.NET Web Site Navigation
  • Creating an XML Site Map File
  • Site Navigation Controls
  • Using the Site Navigation API
  • URL Mapping
  • Security Trimming

Displaying Data with the GridView Control

  • Introducing the GridView Control
  • Filter Data in the GridView Control
  • Add,Delete and Update the record

Managing State

  • Preserving State in Web Applications
  • Page-Level State
  • Using Cookies to Preserve State
  • ASP.NET Session State
  • Storing Objects in Session State
  • Configuring Session State
  • Setting Up an Out-of-Process State Server
  • Storing Session State in SQL Server
  • Using Cookie less Session IDs
  • Application State

Advanced ASP.NET Training Objectives

  • Properly build n-tier, data-driven web applications
  • Accelerate performance with caching
  • Create custom server control

Use JavaScript, Ajax, and the ASP.NET AJAX framework to make pages more interactive and eliminate post-backs

Advanced ASP.NET Training Outline

Creating New Controls

  • User-defined Controls
  • User Controls
  • Custom Controls


  • Introduction to AJAX
  • Server-side AJAX Works
  • Controls in the AJAX Control Toolkit
  • Explore Client-Side AJAX

Using Data List and Repeater Controls

  • Repeater and DataList Controls
  • Templates and Styles
  • Bind Data to the Repeater and DataList Controls

Creating and Consuming Web Services

  • XML Web Service in Visual Studio
  • Test and Run Your Web Service
  • Web Service From a .NET Client

Using the List View and Database Controls

  • ListView Features
  • ListView Design Support in Visual Studio
  • Convert Static Pages to Dynamic Pages
  • Implementing Paging in the ListView Control

Reading and Writing XML Using the XML DOM

  • Reading and Writing XML Programmatically
  • Important Classes in the System.Xml Namespace
  • Create XML Document

Benefits of using Dot Net architecture:

The Microsoft Dot Net architecture platform is dependents on XML for data exchange. It enables XML Web services to interoperate whatever their source language.

  • Developers can build reusable XML Web services instead of massive applications.
  • Easier to build complicated development tools – debuggers and profilers can target
  • The Common Language Runtime, and thus become easy to get to all .NET-enabled languages.
  • Fewer bugs, as whole classes of bugs should be unidentified in .NET. With the CLR handling memory management, garbage collection.

Note:We have mentioned all the possible topics in JAVA & related trainings, topics shall be selected based on the client requirement and scope of work.