Course 10264A: Developing Web Applications with Microsoft® Visual Studio® 2010
|Language(s):||English, Chinese (Simplified)|
22 November 2010
About this course
In this course, students will learn to develop advanced ASP.NET MVC and Web Forms applications using .NET Framework 4 tools and technologies. The focus will be on coding activities that enhance the performance and scalability of the Web site application. ASP.NET MVC will be introduced and compared with Web Forms so that students know when each should/could be used. This will also prepare the student for exam 70-515.This course is intended for professional Web developers who use Microsoft Visual Studio in a team-based, medium-sized to large development environment. Members of the audience have a minimum of two to three years of experience developing Web-based applications by using Microsoft Visual Studio and Microsoft ASP.NET. Members of the audience are experienced users of Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 SP1 and newer releases of the Visual Studio product. The audience understands how to use the new features of Visual Studio 2010.After completing this course, students will be able to:
- Describe the underlying architecture and design of a Web application.
- Apply best practices and make appropriate trade-offs based on business requirements when designing a Web application.
- Develop MVC models.
- Develop MVC controllers.
- Develop MVC views.
- Optimize the design of a Web application for discoverability by search engines.
- Write server-side code for Web Forms.
- Optimize data management for Web Forms.
- Ensure quality by debugging, unit testing, and refactoring.
- Secure a Web application.
- Apply Master Pages and CSS for a consistent application UI.
- Develop client-side scripts and services for a responsive, rich, and interactive UI.
- Implement advanced AJAX in a Web application.
- Deploy a Web application.
- Develop a Web application by using Silverlight.
- Course details
Course OutlineModule 1: Overview of Web Application DesignThis module describes the underlying architecture and design of a Web applicationLessons
Module 2: Designing a Web ApplicationThis module describes the best practices and trade-offs that you need to make when designing a Web application.LessonsAfter completing this module, students will be able to:
- Overview of IIS 7.0
- Overview of ASP.NET 4.0
- Introduction to the MVC Framework
- Overview of the Request Life Cycle
- Describe the underlying architecture of ASP.NET 4.0.
- Identify new features in ASP.NET 4.0.
- Describe the components of the MVC framework.
- Describe the structure of an MVC application.
- Describe the life cycle of a Web Forms page.
- Describe the life cycle of an MVC page.
- Describe the differences between the life cycle of a Web Forms page and an MVC page
Module 3: Developing MVC ModelsThis module describes the MVC development model (Models, Controllers, and Views) and how to create the Models that are used to access and modify the data in a data source.LessonsAfter completing this module, students will be able to:
- Web Applications: Case Studies
- Web Application Design Essentials
- Guidelines for Determining When to Use Web Forms and MVC
- Visual Studio 2010 Tools and Technologies for Web Application Design
- Explain the different types of web applications and their characteristics.
- Choose the correct design based on the on business requirements, utilizing Web Forms and MVC based.
- Explain the different tools and technologies and best practices around each.
Module 4: Developing MVC ControllersThis module describes how to create the Controllers that are used to respond to communications from the user and how to implement the application flow and logic.LessonsAfter completing this module, students will be able to:
- Exploring Ways to Create MVC Models
- Creating a Data Repository
- Create MVC models by using classes and data mapping tools.
- Create a data repository
Module 5: Developing MVC ViewsAfter completing this module, students will be able to:
- Implementing MVC Controllers
- Creating Action Methods
This module describes how to create the Views that are used to expose the application UI. The module also covers how to manage pre-action and post-action behavior of Controller action methods using the included action filters are provided as part of MVCLessons
- Implement MVC controllers.
- Create action methods
Module 6: Designing for DiscoverabilityThis module describes how to implement the navigational design and also how discoverability will be achieved through content keywords and page URLs.LessonsAfter completing this module, students will be able to:
- Implementing MVC Views
- Implementing Strongly-Typed MVC Views
- Implementing Partial MVC Views
- Describe what an MVC view is and the varied types of views.
- Create an MVC view.
- Implement strongly typed MVC views.
- Implement partial MVC views
Module 7: Writing Server-Side Code for Web FormsAfter completing this module, students will be able to:
- Overview of Search Engine Optimization
- Creating the Robots and Sitemap Files
- Using ASP.NET Routing
This module describes the advanced features of server-side coding and technologies. The module describes how to allow the website to move into a global and web farm environment through localization, shared sessions, and custom user controls. The module will also cover how to use the custom validator and regular expressions.Lessons
- Describe the need to optimize the design of a Web site for discoverability by search engines and how the IIS SEO Toolkit helps in optimization.
- Create robots.txt and sitemap.xml files.
- Use ASP.NET with Web Forms and MVC pages.
Module 8: Optimizing Data Management for Web FormsThis module describes how to optimize and display data management tasks for a Web Forms-based application using Dynamic Data, Data Binding, LinqToEntities, server side controls, and server-side code.LessonsAfter completing this module, students will be able to:
- Overview of the Structure of a Web Application
- Controlling ViewState
- Localizing a Web Application
- Persisting Data on a Web Forms Page
- Validating User Input
- Describe the structure of a Web application.
- Control ViewState based on performance requirements.
- Localize a Web application by using resource files.
- Describe the techniques used to persist user information. Describe the different technologies used in web farms.
- Validate user input in Web Forms and MVC pages.
Module 9: Ensuring Quality by Debugging, Unit Testing, and RefactoringAfter completing this module, students will be able to:
- Managing Data by Using LINQ to Entities
- Using Data Source Controls
- Using ASP.NET Dynamic Data
This module describes how to perform check-in testing for their Web Forms and MVC applications as well as how to use the built-in debugging capabilities of VS2010.Lessons
- Use the LINQtoEntities framework to manage data
- Use data source and data bound controls in Web Forms.
- Use ASP.NET Dynamic Data in Web Forms.
Module 10: Securing a Web ApplicationAfter completing this module, students will be able to:
- Debugging and Refactoring Code
- Unit Testing Code
- Processing Unhandled Exceptions
- Test Driven Development
This module describes how to mitigate common security threats and to implement the essentials (must haves) of Web security in both MVC and Web Forms applications.Lessons
- Debug and refactor code
- Unit test code.
- Describe how to log information to a file, database, event or other, including best practices.
- Describe the Test-Driven Development methodology.
Module 11: Applying Master Pages and CSSAfter completing this module, students will be able to:
- Configuring Authentication
- Configuring ASP.NET Membership
- Managing Authorization by Using ASP.NET Roles
This module describes how to achieve a consistent UI in a reusable manner.Lessons
- Configure authentication
- Configure ASP.NET Membership
- Manage authorization by using ASP.NET Roles
Module 12: Developing Client Side Scripts and ServicesThis module described how to develop client-side scripts and services for a responsive, rich, and interactive application UI.LessonsAfter completing this module, students will be able to:
- Applying Master Pages
- Applying CSS, Skins, and Themes
- Identify challenges in developing a Web application that is compatible across a wide range of browsers and ways to address these challenges.
- Apply master pages for a consistent application UI.
- Apply CSS for a consistent application UI.
Module 13: Implementing Advanced AJAX in a Web ApplicationThis module describes the programmatic side of AJAX enabled controls (as well as extending server controls to include AJAX functionality) on a Web Forms page as well as implementing AJAX on a MVC pageLessonsAfter completing this module, students will be able to:
- Developing Client-Side Scripts
- Implementing AJAX
- Creating Services
- Develop client-side scripts
- Implement advanced JQuery
- Create services
Module 14: Deploying a Web ApplicationThis module describes how to plan, configure, and perform deployment tasks associated with a production Web site. The module also describes the Web site lifecycle as it pertains to deployment.LessonsAfter completing this module, students will be able to:
- Implementing Ajax in ASP.NET MVC Pages Using Microsoft Ajax
- Implementing Ajax in ASP.NET MVC Pages Using jQuery
- Working With jQuery and Ajax Events
- Manage browser history
- Implement AJAX in MVC pages
- Implement jQuery
Module 15: Developing a Web Application by Using SilverlightThis module introduce students to Silverlight by having them integrate a Silverlight module into an existing ASP.NET application. Students will learn how to add a Silverlight project to an existing solution, leverage the existing Web application by calling a WCF service, and display the information in Silverlight.LessonsAfter completing this module, students will be able to:
- Overview of Web Application Deployments
- Overview of Web Site Deployments
- Deploying AdventureWorks
- Identify challenges in deploying Web applications and describe varied target environments.
- Describe Web application compilation methods and tools.
- Transform the web.config file when deploying a Web application
After completing this module, students will be able to:
- Introduction to Rich Internet Applications
- Overview of Silverlight
- Creating a Silverlight Application
- Describe the characteristics of RIAs and the technologies for building them.
- Describe the features of Silverlight, its architecture, and the use of XAML for developing Silverlight applications
- Create a Silverlight application.
In addition to their professional Web development experience, students who attend this training should have the following technical knowledge:
Experience in N-Tier application design and development as follows:
- An understanding of the problem-solving techniques that apply to software development, including the following principles of software development:
- modern software development model
- typical phases of a software development lifecycle
- concepts of event-driven programming
- concepts of object-oriented programming
- creating use-case diagrams
- designing and building a user interface
- developing a structured application
- A basic understanding of the following scripting techniques and some hands-on experience writing scripts:
- Web scripting techniques
- Macro scripting techniques
- Windows scripting techniques
- A general understanding of the purpose, function, and features of following .NET Framework topics:
- Common Language Runtime
- .NET Framework class library
- Common Type System
- Component interoperation
- Cross-Language Interoperability
- Assemblies in the Common Language Runtime
- Application Domains
- Runtime hosts supported by the .NET Framework
- Experience using Visual Studio 2008 in the following task areas:
- Declaring and initializing typed variables using the Camel case naming convention
- Using arithmetic, relational, and logical operators in code statements
- Using branching statements to control code execution
- Using looping statements to iterate through collections or repeat steps until a specified condition is met
- Creating classes and methods to establish the basic structure of an application
- Using methods and events to implement the programming logic of an application
- Identifying syntax and logic errors
- Accessing and managing data from a data source
- Experience in object oriented design and development as follows:
- Creating and accessing classes and class properties
- Creating and accessing methods and overloaded methods
- Implementing inheritance, base classes, and abstract classes
- Declaring, raising, and handling events
- Responding to and throwing exceptions
- Implementing interfaces and polymorphism
- Implementing shared and static members
- Implementing generics
- Creating components and class libraries
- Managing a software development process
- Controlling input at the user interface level in Windows Client and Web applications
- Debugging, tracing, and profiling .NET applications
- Monitoring and logging .NET applications
- Implementing basic testing best practices
- Performing basic Data Access tasks with LINQ
- Implementing basic security best practices in .NET Applications
- Implementing basic service calls
- Using .NET Configuration Files
- Deploying .NET Framework Applications using ClickOnce and the MS Installer
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