The ASP.NET MVC certification 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, and finally publish it on IIS.
At the completion of this course, attendees will be able to;
Create custom html helpers and validations attributes
Query database using Entity Framework ORM code first approach
Design and develop scalable architecture
Create DAL Layer using Entity Framework Code First approach
Scale application for Phone, Tablets, Laptop & Desktop
Understand and Implement Repository, Unit of Work and Dependency Injection Design Pattern
Do errors logging by using ELMAH
Optimize web page performance
Understand Filters and Apply filters
Secure application based on user roles
Secure ASP.NET Web API using Token based security
Publish theirs Apps on IIS and Cloud
All .NET Beginner(s)/Professional(s) who are keen to develop interactive, light weight and highly extensible web app should go for this course.
Anyone who wants to learn ASP.NET MVC development should have a basic knowledge of C# and HTML.
Visual Studio 2015 or higher, SQL Server 2012 or Higher, LINQ Pad 5
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 web application with the recommended design patterns and practices.
At the completion of project, attendees will be able to;
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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.
Yes we do. You will get access to the entire content including class videos, mockups, and assignments through LMS.
Yes we do. As the technology upgrades we do update our content and provide your training on latest version of that technology.
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.
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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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.
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.
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.
An Average salary of Microsoft .Net Developer is $98k (based on Indeed.com salary data).
MVC stands for Model View Controller. It is an MVC application design model consisting of 3 interconnected sections. They are namely the model (data), the view (user interface), and the controller (which processes the handle input). MVC is important because it provides support for fast and parallel development. When you develop web applications through the MVC model, one developer can work on the view whereas the other one can work on the controller. Moreover, MVC enables the use of the asynchronous technique. This technique enables web developers to build fast-loading web apps. You can create multiple views for a particular model in the MVC architecture.
Though MVC comes with more benefits, it also needs a higher level of expertise to execute. Thus, the type of the application and the development team perform a key role in the difference. Usually, MVC is preferable if the project size is bigger and needs a faster development cycle. For teams, MVC is perfect since each aspect can be simultaneously developed. When there are more requirements for an enhanced architecture, MVC is more suitable. From a technical perspective, ASP.NET can do almost everything MVC can; however, it may need additional coding. So, ASP.NET is more suitable while developing smaller applications with less complexity.