ASP.NET MVC is a server-side web framework for building dynamic, data-driven web applications.
This course will allow learners to
- Understand the benefits of MVC design over traditional ASP.NET Web Forms.
- Understand the about the role of Model, View and Controller in integrating them to develop a complete web application and Request life cycle.
- Understand how Routing API maps requests to action methods in the controller.
- Learn about the Razor Syntax Fundamentals, Layout View, Sections and Partial Views
- Learn how to reuse code rendering HTML using custom HTML Helper method
- Building Custom Model Binders for typical conditions in which built-in default binders are not usable.
- Understanding and applying validation framework for both client and server validations.
- Learn about the Architecture of Config File,App Settings, Exception Handling and Encrypting Connection String.
- Learn about the Sharing data across requests from same client/user using Cookies and Session management.
- Learn about the Output Caching and Data Caching.
- Access databases and performing CRUD operations using LINQ and Entity Framework.
- Learn about the Windows,Forms and Role-Based Authentication.
- Implementing ASP.NET Identities in ASP.NET MVC applications.
- Learn about the Mapping URL to Controller Action Method,Applying Constraints and Attribute Routing in MVC 5.
- Modularize using Areas.
- Learn about the Ajax Helper Methods, Jquery UI Controls and Jquery Templates.
- Compress the output using bundling and minification features. -Develop views which are mobile compatible.
- Develop Service Oriented RESTful services using Web API feature of ASP.NET MVC.
- Perform automated testing of Web applications created using ASP.NET MVC
- Build and deploy ASP.NET MVC application to the production server.
Module 1: Introduction to Web Programming
In this module, you will learn about how the browser and Server gets communicating with each other, life cycle of HTTP, about the http protocol and also the importance of get and post methods.
- Communication between Web -Server and Web Browser
- HTTP Protocol
- HTTP Request Life Cycle
- Request and Response Structure
- About Get and Post methods
Module 3: Overview of Classic ASP
- HTML Overview
- HTML Tags Reference
- HTML Examples
In this module, You will learn about the how html page is displayed on webserver,how asp page is rendered on the webserver, Asp objects, Installing IIS and ASP on Windows and Html form behavior.
Module 4: Overview of ASP.NET WebForms
- ASP Objects
- Understanding Form Tag
- Request and Response Model
- Sample Programs
In this module, You will learn about the how to build the application using ASP.Net WebForms,ASP.Net Architecture,ASP.Net WebForms Controls, Page events in page life cycle,Navigation and Masterpage.
Module 5: Introducing to ASP.NET MVC
- Creating an ASP.NET Website
- Using ASP.NET WebForm Controls
- ASP.NET Architecture
- Understanding Page Controller
- Navigating between Pages
- Overview of Master Pages
In this module, You will learn about the major pieces of the Microsoft ASP.Net MVC Framework , Responsibilities of Model ,View and Controller,benefits of MVC design over traditional ASP.NET Web Forms.
Module 6: First MVC Application
- What is MVC Architecture?
- What is ASP.NET MVC?
- Understanding Model
- Understanding View
- Understanding Controller
- Advantages of MVC based Web Application
- Features of ASP.NET MVC Framework
In this module, You will learn about the MVC Folder Structure, how to create a new ASP.Net MVC project , Role of Model, View and Controller in integrating them to develop a complete web application and Request life cycle.
Module 7: Exploring Controller’s
- Software Requirements
- Developing First MVC Applications
- Rendering HTML output
- Understanding Life Cycle of ASP.MVC Request
In this module,You will learn about the Passing data from controller to view,Action methods of Controller class,Action Result object returns form action methods,Action filters and Asynchronous Controllers.
Module 8: Exploring Razor Views
- Exploring Controllers and ControllerBase class
- Passing data from Controller to View using ViewData/ViewBag
- Types of Action Methods
- Action Method Parameters
- Action Selectors
- Action Filters Overview
- Authentication Filters in MVC 5
- Building Custom Action Filters
- Filter Override features.
- Asynchronous Controllers
In this module, You will learn about the Razor Syntax Fundamentals, Advantages of Razor syntax over traditional aspx markup syntax, Layout View , Implementing the Sections in view, Partial Views and Types of Views.
Module 9: Digging into HTML Helpers
- Types of Views
- Introducing Razor View
- Razor Syntax Fundamentals
- Enum Support
- Layout view Razor (Master Pages)
- Significance of _ViewStart.cshtml
- Working with Sections
- Working with Partial Views
- Bootstrap support for editor templates
In this module, You will learn about what are Html helper methods,how to use them in razor syntax , how to use “For” methods with strongly typed models, overriding the Display and Editor templates and Building Custom Helpers using Extension Methods
Module 10: -- Understanding Model Binders
- HTML Helper Methods
- Render HTML Form
- Using DropDownList
- Binding Html Helper to Model
- Using “For” Methods with Typed Model
- Overriding Display Templates
- Overriding Editor Templates
- Custom Helper method
In this module, You will learn about the Default Model Binders and Building Custom Model Binders for typical conditions in which built-in default binders are not usable.
Module 11: Annotations and Validations
- Default model Binder
- Complex Type Model Binding
- FormCollection Model Binding
- Http Posted File Model Binding
- Bind Attribute
In this module, You will learn about how to implement data annotation ,applying validation framework for both client and server validations, how to build custom validations and Developing Custom Unobtrusive Client Side Validation
Module 12: Web Configuration File and Global Application Class
- Overview of Data Annotations
- Annotations and Validation Attributes
- How Validation Works
- Explicit server side validations of Models
- Custom Validations using IValidatableObject
- Developing Custom Unobtrusive Client Side Validation
- Applying Annotations to Model classes using Metadata class
In this module, You will learn about the Architecture of Config File,App Settings, HttpApplication Class, Limitation of Exception handling, how to catch specific type of errors and how to Encrypting Connection String.
Module 13: State Management Techniques
- Architecture of Config File
- Machine.config and Web.Config
- system.web Section
- Exception Handling
- Location Section
- Encrypting ConnectiongString
In this module, You will learn about the Sharing data across requests by same client/user using Cookies and Session management.
Module 14: Web Caching
- Managing Cookies in ASP.NET MVC Application
- Authentication in Cookies
- Cookie Dictionary
- Sessions Management
- Sharing data between clients using static class
In this module, You will learn about the Output Caching and Data Caching.
Module 15: CRUD operations using Entity Framework
In this module, You will learn about the CRUD operations using LINQ and Entity Framework,Repository patterns, Generic Repository and Understanding about Depedency injection.
Module 16: Authentication and Authorization
- Basic CRUD Operations using Scaffold Templates
- Separation of work using BO Classes
- Using Single Database Context Object across all Business Objects
- Writing Generic Class / Repository
- Caching in Repository
- Custom Controller Factory and Dependency Injection.
In this module, You will learn about the Types of Authentication, how to use Windows authentication, how to use Forms authentication, encrypting password in config file and Role-Based Authentication.
Module 17: ASP.NET Identities
- Overview of Authentication and Authorization
- Types of Authentication
- [Authorize] and [AllowAnonymous] attributes
- Windows Authentication Implementation
- Forms Authentication Implementation
- Roles Based Security
In this module, You will learn about the Single Sign On using Facebook & Google,Two Factor Authentication, Email Confirmamtion and Role Management.
Module 18: URL Routing
- ASP.NET Identity Introduction
- OWIN and Katana
- Customizing Template Generated Code
- Extending Identity Model and using Integer Key instead of String Key
- OAuth and Social Authentication
- Code MVC Application with Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google OAuth2 Sign-on
- Implementing Email Confirmation
- Two Factor Authentication
- User and Role Management
In this module, You will learn about the Mapping URL to Controller Action Method,Applying Constraints and Attribute Routing in MVC 5.
Module 19: Working with Areas
- Mapping URL to Controller Action Method
- Applying Constraints on Route parameters
- Resolving Namespace Ambiguity Ignoring Routes
- Attribute Routing improvements in MVC 5
In this module, You will learn about the concept of Areas,how to add an area for MVC project, Linking between areas.
- Understanding Areas
- Adding Areas
- Registering Areas
- Linking between Areas
- JQuery with Kendo Demo
- MVC and Kendo Data
These Syllabus is designed for beginners and professionals who want to learn ASP.NET MVC 5 step by step.
Basic knowledge of .Net Framework 3.5/4.5, C#,Entity Framework, Linq.
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