Intermediate ASP.NET Web Development with C#
ASP.NET is a web application framework developed by Microsoft that allows developers to build dynamic web sites, web applications and XML web services. ASP.NET can be used to create anything from small, personal websites through to large, enterprise-class web applications.
Learning how to connect and interact with a database is the next step in learning ASP.NET as this class continues from the Introduction to ASP.NET Web Development class.
Students will learn the database class framework, ADO.NET that is used with ASP.NET to connect and interact with different types of databases such as SQL Server, ORACLE, XML and even MySQL. Understanding the syntax of structured query language (SQL) that communicates with the database is covered. Students will be taught different techniques in working with a database to retrieve, filter, display and format data on a web page.
Learning what and how AJAX can be added to an existing ASP.NET to improve visitor interactivity and responsiveness.
Students will be using Visual Studio 2010 Express and SQL Server 2005/2008.
Applicable Job Roles: ASP.NET developer, web developer, software engineer, and database engineer
Objectives for this class are:
Topic 1: Data Sources on the Web
Topic 2: SQL Statements, Data Controls and Code
Topic 3: Interacting with Data
Topic 4: SQL Server Programming
Topic 5: ASP.NET AJAX
Topic 6: AJAX Toolkit
Software: For web development students can use either:
Web Hosting: Students are required to have a Windows web host that supports ASP.NET 4.0, including AJAX and SQL Server 2005/2008. Contact the instructor before purchasing web host if do not have one already.