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ASP.NET MVC

A design pattern for achieving a clean separation of concerns

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Prior .NET web application development experience and familiarity with Object-Oriented Programming concepts is assumed. Some experience with HTML and JavaScript also expected. Experience developing ASP.NET MVC Training applications with Web Forms would be beneficial.

Asp.Net MVC 6 Training Course Objective

ASP.NET MVC Training gives you a powerful, patterns-based way to build dynamic websites that enables a clean separation of concerns and that gives you full control over markup for enjoyable, agile development. ASP.NET MVC Training includes many features that enable fast, TDD-friendly development for creating sophisticated applications that use the latest web standards.

Asp.Net MVC 6 Training Course Duration

  • 40 Days Asp.Net MVC 6 Training Course Overview
Date Weekdays / Weekend Timings
december 12 MON - FRI (40 Days) 7:00 AM to 8:00 AM (IST)

Introduction to ASP.NET MVC 6

  • Introduction to MVC 6
  • NET Web Forms (vs) ASP.NET MVC
  • Advantages and disadvantages of each
  • Determining when-to-use which one
  • List of Versions of ASP.NET MVC
  • Differences between versions of ASP.NET MVC
  • Overview of installing ASP.NET MVC in various versions of Visual Studio
  • MVC Architecture
  • What is MVC?
  • Architecture Explanation
  • What is Controller and action method
  • What is View
  • What is Model
  • Request Flow in ASP.NET MVC

Getting started with MVC Core

  • New Project in Visual Studio
  • Overview of Folders and files of MVC project

Controllers

  • Introduction to Controllers
  • Creating Controllers and Actions
  • Calling action methods thru the browser
  • Returning from action methods
  • Parameters in Action methods
  • ActionLink
  • URL Routing
  • Overview
  • The need of URL Routing
  • Parameters in URL
  • Default Parameter Values
  • Parameters with Constraints
  • Literals in URL

Views (Razor)

  • Introduction to Views (Razor)
  • ActionResult and ViewResult
  • Returning a view
  • Creating a Simple Razor View
  • Intermingling Code and Markup in Razor Views
  • View Bag / View Data / Temp Data
  • Shared Views
  • ASPX View Engine (vs) Razor

LayoutViews

  • Introduction to LayoutViews
  • The need of layout views
  • cshtml
  • Creating custom layout views
  • Layout Views with Sections
  • RenderSection()
  • cshtml
  • Overriding the _ViewStart.cshtml

Partial Views

  • Partial Views
  • RenderPartial()

Models

  • Introduction to Models
  • Need of models
  • Creating models using ‘CodeFirst approach’

Entity Framework in MVC

  • Introduction to Entity Framework
  • Need of Entity Framework
  • Creating DbContext and DbSet
  • Configuring connection string

Scaffold Templates in MVC

  • Introduction to scaffold Templates in MVC
  • Need of Scaffolding
  • Creating controllers and views using scaffold
  • Strongly typed views
  • Understanding Index, Details, Create, Edit, Delete action methods and views

HTML Helpers

  • Introduction to HTML helpers
  • DisplayNameFor( )
  • DisplayFor( )
  • BeginForm( )
  • LabelFor()
  • EditorFor( )
  • ValidationMessageFor( )
  • RadioButtonFor( )
  • DropDownListFor( )
  • ListBoxFor( )
  • CheckBoxFor( )
  • AntiForgeryToken()
  • Code First Migrations

Action Filters

  • Introduction to action filters
  • [HttpPost]
  • [HttpGet]
  • [ValidateAntiForgeryToken]
  • [OutputCache]
  • [HandleError]
  • [NonAction]
  • [ActionName]

Bundles and Minification

  • Introduction to Bundles and minification
  • Understanding BundleConfig.cs
  • ScriptBundle (vs) StyleBundle
  • Importing a ScriptBundle and StyleBundle
  • Creating and consuming custom bundles

Validations

  • Introduction to Validations
  • Model level validations (vs) View level validations
  • Importing jQuery Validation Plug in
  • [Required]
  • [RegularExpression]
  • [Range]
  • [StringLength]
  • [Compare]
  • [Remote]
  • IsValid

Data Annotations

  • [Display]
  • [Datatype]
  • [DisplayFormat]
  • [ScaffoldColumn]

jQuery in MVC

  • Introduction to jQuery in MVC
  • Need of jQuery in MVC
  • Importing/updating jquery plug in
  • Demos

jQuery AJAX in MVC

  • Need of jQuery-AJAX in MVC
  • Demos on jQuery-AJAX (with json) in MVC with database handling
  • Intro to jQGrid

Web API

  • Introduction to Web API
  • WCF REST (vs) Web API
  • Understanding HTTP methods(GET, POST, PUT, DELETE)
  • Creating API controller
  • API configuration
  • Calling Web API from jQuery
  • Demo: CRUD operations using jQuery AJAX with Web API

Security in MVC

  • Forms based security with [Authorise]
  • Windows based security

What’s new in MVC Core

  • Web API 2
  • Overview of Facebook Application
  • OWIN Abstraction
  • Inbuilt Support for Dependency Injection
  • SIGNAL R 3
  • Web API 3

Repository Layer and Service Layer

  • Introduction to Repository Layer and Service Layer
  • MVC Architecture with both layers
  • Demos

Dependency Injection

  • Problems in accessing repository layer / service layer directly in controller
  • What is Dependency Injection
  • Installing ‘Unity’ plug in
  • Configuring Unity
  • Construction injection and property injection using interface

Consuming WCF in MVC

  • Introduction to Consuming WCF in MVC
  • Demos how to consume WCF in MVC

Database – First approach in MVC

  • Introduction to Database-First approach in MVC
  • Demos on ‘Database-First’ approach

Areas in MVC

  • Introduction to areas in MVC
  • Demos on areas

Mobile Web Apps using MVC

  • Introduction to jQuery Mobile
  • Mobile Application’ project template
  • Overview of Customizing jQuery Mobile
  • Deployment
  • Configuring IIS
  • Publishing MVC web applications to local IIS

Angular JS Integration

  • What is AngularJS
  • Advantages
  • Getting started
  • MVVM and MVC Architecture
  • What is Model, View, ViewModel
  • Creating view model
  • data-bind
  • Observable properties
  • Subscribe
  • Working with Directives, Services, Filters, Functions

Single Page Application (SPA)

  • What is SPA
  • Need of SPA
  • Getting started
  • Angular JS with API
  • Reading and posting data


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