ASP.NET: Using Visual Basic.NET, ADO.NET, and XML

ASP.NET: Using Visual Basic.NET, ADO.NET, and XML

Learning Outcomes:

  • Accurately write basic ASP.NET pages as delineated in the Lesson Labs.
  • Using information provided, compare and contrast ASP and ADO without error.
  • Given a provided scenario, demonstrate mastery to the instructor in implementing modularization where it is appropriate.
  • Successfully test ASP scripts for speed and performance using the provided criteria.
  • Prepare an action plan for implementing ASP concepts to develop a web site using information provided in the Lesson Lab and signed off as accurate by the instructor.

This five-day course will enable the participant to create ASP.NET Web pages that dynamically display content, display, manipulate, and modify data in a relational database, and display, manipulate, and modify XML data.

  • Writing Basic ASP.NET Pages
  • Increasing Code Separation and Modularity
  • Implement a Postback Form
  • Create Web Forms with Web Controls
  • Accessing Databases with ADO.NET
  • Manipulating Data with ADO.NET DataSets
  • Programming XML Documents with ASP.NET
  • Converting and Transforming SML Data with ASP.NET
  • Architecting and Configuring an ASP.NET Application

ASP.NET: Using Visual Basic.NET, ADO.NET, and XML

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: write your first ASP.NET Web pages by using the basic features of the Page class; perform browser detection, store and retrieve data using a cookie, pass user information between pages, increase the separation of code from content and the modularity of your code. Create Web forms using Web controls; display and modify data from a database by using ADO.NET with ASP.NET Web controls; create a calendar using a calendar control; rotate banner ads with the ad rotator control. Manipulate and update data using ADO.NET DataSets. Read, write, edit and validate XML documents, convert and transform XML data, search an XML document for specific information, create nested XML from a DataSet Object, output XSLT results using the XML control. Design and configure numerous aspects of an ASP.NET application such as Error Tracing, Cache Page output and Cache a user control.

Class Targeted to: Programmers at any skill level interested in writing ASP.NET applications.

Prerequisites: Object-Oriented Programming Principles, .NET Framework: Introduction, HTML 4.01: Levels 1 & 2 and knowledge of VisualBasic.NET or prior experience with VB6 or VBScript is also required.

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