Mastering ASP.NET MVC with Web API | ASP.NET MVC Online Training

  • Learn ASP.NET MVC5 from scratch
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  • Learn Entity Framework 6.x from scratch
  • Learn to implement Design Patterns like DI, Repository etc.
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About the course

The ASP.NET MVC5 Development course is primarily designed for .NET Beginner(s)/Professional(s) who want to learn how to create web applications using the ASP.NET framework and MVC design pattern. In this course, you will learn how to create web pages, custom validation attributes, custom helpers, querying database using Entity Framework, Unit Testing Frameworks - xUnit, MS Test, Moq and finally publish it on IIS. This course includes implementation of recommended design patterns and practices in ASP.NET MVC with the help of E-Commerce website.

Course objectives

At the completion of this course, attendees will be able to;

  1. Create custom html helpers and validations attributes

  2. Query database using Entity Framework ORM code first approach

  3. Design and develop scalable architecture

  4. Create DAL Layer using Entity Framework Code First approach

  5. Scale application for Phone, Tablets, Laptop & Desktop

  6. Understand and Implement Repository, Unit of Work and Dependency Injection Design Pattern

  7. Write and Debug Unit Test cases using xUnit, MS Test, Moq

  8. Do errors logging by using ELMAH

  9. Optimize web page performance

  10. Understand Filters and Apply filters

  11. Secure application based on user roles

  12. Secure ASP.NET Web API using Token based security

  13. Publish theirs Apps on IIS

Who can do this course?

All .NET Beginner(s)/Professional(s) who are keen to develop interactive, light weight and highly extensible web app should go for this course.

Pre-requisites

Anyone who wants to learn ASP.NET MVC development should have a basic knowledge of C# and HTML.

Tools/IDE

Visual Studio 2015 or higher, SQL Server 2012 or Higher, LINQ Pad 5

Course Curriculum

ASP.NET MVC

ASP.NET MVC

Introduction

  1. Understanding ASP.NET MVC
  2. ASP.NET vs. MVC vs. ASP.NET Web Form vs. ASP.NET MVC
  3. Advantages of ASP.NET MVC

Visual Studio Project Templates

  1. Understanding Visual Studio ASP.NET MVC Templates
  2. Creating an ASP.NET MVC project
  3. Understanding ASP.NET MVC project folder structure
  4. Understanding configuration files

Controller & Actions

  1. Understanding Controller
  2. Creating Controller
  3. Understanding Actions
  4. Actions and Non Actions Methods
  5. Understanding Action Results

Views

  1. Types of Views
  2. Creating Standard View
  3. Creating Layout Page
  4. Communication between Controller and View

MVC Pattern and 3-Tier

  1. Understanding Model, View and Controller
  2. Design Pattern vs. Architectural Pattern
  3. Layer vs. Tier
  4. MVC pattern vs. 3-Tier Architecture

Razor View Engine

  1. Understanding Razor View Engine
  2. Razor View Engine vs. Web Form Engine
  3. Razor Syntax
  4. Razor Statements, Loops etc.

Routes & URLs

  1. Introduction to Routing
  2. Routing vs. Url Rewriting
  3. Defining Routes
  4. Attribute Routing
  5. Need of attributes routing

Helpers

  1. Understanding Html Helpers
  2. Types of Html Helpers
  3. Built-In Html Helpers
  4. Standard Helpers
  5. Strongly Typed Helpers
  6. Templated Helpers
  7. Inline Helpers
  8. Custom Helpers
  9. Url helpers

Server-side Data Receiving Ways

  1. Action Parameters
  2. View Models/Objects
  3. FormCollection

Partial Views

  1. Static Partial View
  2. Dynamic Partial View

Data Passing Techniques

  1. ViewData
  2. ViewBag
  3. TempData
  4. Session
  5. Query String
  6. Hidden Fields
  7. Cookies

ViewModel & Validation

  1. Creating ViewModel
  2. Understanding ASP.NET MVC Validation
  3. Need of Server Side and Client Side Validation
  4. Validation with Data Annotation

Custom Validation

  1. Custom client side Validation
  2. Custom Server side validation

Data Passing Techniques

  1. ViewData
  2. ViewBag
  3. TempData
  4. Session
  5. Query String
  6. Cookies

WebGrid: Listing, Paging and Sorting

  1. Creating Custom Paging Method
  2. Using WebGrid for Listing, Paging and Sorting
  3. Ajax WebGrid

ASP.NET Web API

  1. Introduction to SOA
  2. Introduction to REST
  3. REST Principles
  4. Understanding ASP.NET Web API
  5. Choosing between WCF and WebAPI

ASP.NET Web API Controller & Actions

  1. Understanding Controller & Actions
  2. Creating Controller
  3. Creating Actions

Database Operations and Postman

  1. CRUD Operations using Web API
  2. Using Postman for testing Web API
  3. Consuming Web API using ASP.NET MVC

Forms Authentication

  1. Understanding Forms Authentication
  2. Customizing principal
  3. Implementing custom Forms Authentication

ASP.NET MVC Pipeline and Filters

  1. ASP.NET MVC Pipeline
  2. ASP.NET MVC Filters
  3. Extending ASP.NET MVC Filters
  4. Configuring ASP.NET MVC Filters
Entity Framework

Entity Framework

Entity Framework Fundamentals

  1. What is ORM
  2. ORMs used with .NET
  3. Understanding Entity Framework
  4. Advantages of Entity Framework

Data Modeling Approaches

  1. Entity Framework Data Modelling Approaches
  2. Choosing DB First, Model First or Code First

Code First Modeling

  1. Defining Mapping using Data Annotation
  2. Implementing CRUD Operations

Code First Modeling (Contd.)

  1. Defining Mapping using Fluent API
  2. Entity Framework Code First Migrations
  3. Updating Database when the Model Changes
  4. Calling Stored Procedures and functions
  5. Code First with existing Database

Database First Modeling

  1. Creating Model from Database
  2. CRUD Operations
  3. Updating Model when the Database Changes
  4. Changing and Updating Mapping
  5. Calling Stored Procedures

Model First Modeling

  1. Creating Model
  2. Creating Database from Model

Data Listing and Paging

  1. Implementing Paging, Sorting and Searching
  2. Using WebGrid for Data Listing
  3. Using AJAX with WebGrid

Design Patterns

  1. Managing code using Three Tier Architecture
  2. Understanding Repository and UOW Design Pattern
  3. Need of Repository Design Pattern
  4. Need to Unit of Work Design Pattern
  5. Implementing Repository and UOF Design Pattern

Dependency Injection

  1. Understanding Dependency Injection
  2. Need of Dependency Injection
  3. Implementing DI
Web API

Web API

ASP.NET Web API

  1. Introduction to SOA
  2. Introduction to REST
  3. REST Principles
  4. Understanding ASP.NET Web API
  5. Choosing between WCF and WebAPI

ASP.NET Web API Controller & Actions

  1. Understanding Controller & Actions
  2. Creating Controller
  3. Creating Actions

Database Operations and Postman

  1. CRUD Operations using Web API
  2. Using Postman for testing Web API
  3. Consuming Web API using ASP.NET MVC
Project

Project

Description: You will learn how to develop an online shopping site. The site will show the list of products to User/Customer. A user can purchase products and see the previous order history. Here, the admin will be responsible for adding products, categories and approving customer order. The application will use three-tier architecture with an extensible approach. We would be using a payment gateway to do online payment and finally publishing it on IIS.

Project Architecture: The primary goal of this architecture is to share as much code as possible across the web application and further reuse existing code for mobile apps development if necessary. This architecture will help you to develop a web application with the recommended design patterns and practices.

ASP.NET MVC Project Architecture

What you will learn through the project?

At the completion of the project, attendees will be able to;

  1. Create a shopping cart

  2. Integrate payment gateway

  3. Create a DAL layer using Entity Framework Code First approach

  4. Create a BAL layer using the Repository design pattern

  5. Decouple modules using Dependency Injection

  6. Break a project into multiple modules using ASP.NET MVC Areas

  7. Use view models for validations

  8. Create a Service layer using Web API

  9. Scale application for Phone, Tablets, Laptop & Desktop using Bootstrap

  10. Do errors logging by using ELMAH

  11. Optimize web pages performance

  12. Secure application based on user roles

  13. Authenticate/authorize user using ASP.NET MVC custom filters

  14. Publish your App on IIS

Assessment

Mock-up Tests and Assignments

Dot Net Tricks' mock-up tests and assignments help the professionals to work on real-world projects and to get an edge in their careers and make their lives better. This training program includes 4 mock-up tests and 4 assignments.

Mockup-Tests objectives

At the completion of mockup-tests, attendees will be able to;

  1. Monitor theirs learning progress
  2. Evaluate themselves
  3. Crack theirs technical interview first round with objective questions

Assignments objectives

At the completion of assignments, attendees will be able to;

  1. Gain confidence to work on ASP.NET MVC project with latest technologies
  2. Evaluate theirs development skills
  3. Prepare themselves for real-application development

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Course Features

Anywhere, Any Device

All sessions can be attended from anywhere, and using any device. Staying at home or office, you can upgrade yourself with latest technologies.

Instructor-led Sessions

All sessions are led by our expert mentors. Even you have access to your live sessions video which will be available to you through LMS within 24 hours.

Assessments

Each Module will be followed by objective mockup tests and practical assignments which help you to monitor your learning progress and Evaluate yourself.

Real-life Case Studies

All the sessions are delivered using real-life examples. You will learn how to develop real project using industry recommended principles & practices.

LMS Access

You will get access to our world class Learning platform. This includes video, course material, exercise files and ppts used during the session.

Discuss Interview Q&A

Each topic will be covered with the essential interview Q&A being asked to you in your technical interview. Prepare yourself to get your job.

Forum

We have a community forum for all our learners wherein you can enrich their learning through peer interaction and knowledge sharing.

Technical Support

We have online support team available to help you with any technical queries you may have during the course.

Certification

At the end of the course, you need to complete one project. On successful completion, you will receive course completion certificate.

Corporate Training

Our corporate training programs are specially designed as per industry requirements, so that your employees can develop applications with latest technologies. As a trusted and resourceful training partner, Dot Net Tricks helps you achieve success with its industry-leading instructional design and customer training initiatives.

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FAQs

Q1. What is ASP.NET MVC?

ASP.NET MVC is a new web application framework from Microsoft. MVC stands for Model-View-Controller, a pattern that’s becoming increasingly popular with web development frameworks. Basically, MVC is a framework methodology that divides an application's implementation into three component roles: models, views, and controllers. Hence in Asp.net MVC, you need to play with controllers, actions, and views.

Q2. What is the difference between ASP.NET MVC and WebForms?

ASP.Net Web Form follow a traditional event-driven development model. While, ASP.NET MVC is an alternative and a complement to Web Forms, which means you won’t be dealing with pages and controls, postbacks or view state, or complicated ASP.NET event life cycle.

Q3. What is the average salary of .NET developer?

An Average salary of Microsoft .Net Developer is $98k (based on Indeed.com salary data).

Q4. Who are your mentors?

All our mentors are highly qualified and experience professionals. All have at least 8-10 yrs of development experience in various technologies and are trained by Dot Net Tricks to deliver interactive training to the participants.

Q5. What If I miss my online training class?

All online training classes are recorded. You will get the recorded sessions so that you can watch the online classes when you want. Also, you can join other class to do your missing classes.

Q6. Can I share my course with someone else?

In short, no. Check our licensing that you agree to by using Dot Net Tricks LMS. We track this stuff, any abuse of copyright is taken seriously. Thanks for your understanding on this one.

Q7. Do you offer certificate of completion?

Yes, We would be providing you with the certificate of completion of the program, once you have successfully submitted all the assessment and it has been verified by our subject matter experts.

Q8. Do you provide any course material or live session videos?

Yes we do. You will get access to the entire content including class videos, mockups, and assignments through LMS.

Q9. Do you provide training on latest technology version?

Yes we do. As the technology upgrades we do update our content and provide your training on latest version of that technology.

Q10. Do you prepare me for the job interview?

Yes, we do. We will discuss all possible technical interview questions and answers during the training program so that you can prepare yourself for interview.

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