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Course (5-2) ASP .NET 4.5

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4 years, 4 months ago by incaprog
Cll 169a 74-32
NY - 10001


1. Understanding Microsoft’s Web Technologies 1.1. Introducing the Content-Creation Tools 1.1.1. Microsoft Office (Including Word 2007) 1.1.2. Expression Web 1.1.3. Expression Blend 1.1.4. Visual Web Developer (Including Express) 1.2. Meeting the Technologies behind Web Applications 1.2.1. Microsoft’s .NET 3.5 Framework 1.2.2. ASP.NET 1.2.3. ASP.NET Futures 1.2.4. ASP.NET 3.5 Extensions 1.2.5. Web services 1.2.6. JavaScript and client-side code 1.2.7. ASP.NET AJAX 1.2.8. Dynamic HTML 1.2.9. Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.2.10. Silverlight 1.2.11. Language Integrated Queries (LINQ) 1.2.12. ADO.NET 1.2.13. SQL Server 1.2.14. Internet Information Services 2. Getting Up and Running 2.1. Installing Visual Web Developer Express 2.2. Finally! Creating an ASP.NET Web Page 2.2.1. Starting the IDE 2.2.2. Creating an ASP.NET Web site 2.2.3. Adding an ASP.NET control 2.2.4. Previewing a page in the browser 2.3. Tweaking Your Development Environment 2.3.1. Showing all settings 2.3.2. Unhiding advanced members 2.3.3. Starting pages in Design view 2.4. Working with the Toolbox 2.4.1. Auto Hide and the pushpin 2.4.2. Adding controls to the VWDE Toolbox 2.5. Peering into a Wall of Windows 2.5.1. Organizing files with Solution Explorer 2.5.2. Setting Properties in the Properties window 2.5.3. Viewing what the Properties window has generated 3. Creating a Useful ASP.NET Site 3.1. Creating the DVD Web Project 3.2. Using a SQL Server Express Database 3.2.1. Adding a database to the project 3.2.2. Adding a table to the database 3.3. Generating a Data-Driven Web Page 3.3.1. Adding a single file model Web page 3.3.2. Using the database to build a Web page 3.3.3. Previewing and reviewing the database-generated page 4. Managing Data and Other CRUD 4.1. Working with Smart Tags and Designers 4.1.1. Showing the Smart Tag and tasks via a menu 4.1.2. Using the Smart Tag button 4.2. Enhancing the GridView Control 4.2.1. Adding a dash of color to the GridView control 4.2.2. Sorting, editing, and deleting with the GridView 4.2.3. Formatting the date display 4.3. Introducing the FormView Control 4.3.1. Adding a FormView control to the page 4.3.2. Changing the FormView control’s templates 4.3.3. Using the FormView control to insert a row 4.3.4. Analyzing problems with the date input 4.3.5. Validating the date input 4.4. Fixing the Page Title 4.5. Improving Performance with the AJAX Update Panel 5. Handling User Input and Events 5.1. Accepting Data in a TextBox Control 5.1.1. Creating a regular text box 5.1.2. Accepting passwords (somewhat) securely 5.1.3. Capturing text with MultiLine mode 5.1.4. Allowing creativity with rich text 5.2. Pushing for Choices with the RadioButton Control 5.3. Collecting RadioButtonList Controls 5.3.1. Creating the basic page interface 5.3.2. Adding list items with a Collection editor 5.3.3. Capturing the survey choice 5.4. Checking CheckBox and CheckBoxList Controls 5.4.1. Creating an arbitrary number of check boxes 5.4.2. For Each and the collection 5.5. Using the DropDownList Control 5.5.1. Understanding namespaces 5.5.2. Retrieving a list of colors 5.5.3. Displaying the color name and showing the color 5.6. Getting Multiple Choices from a ListBox 5.7. Understanding ASP.NET Forms 6. Fetching and Presenting Data with SqlDataSource 6.1. Connecting to SQL Server Express 6.1.1. Checking whether SQLExpress is running 6.1.2. Finding a copy of the Northwind database 6.1.3. Adding the Northwind database to your application 6.1.4. Connecting to the database 6.2. Using the SqlDataSource Control 6.2.1. Adding and configuring a SqlDataSource control 6.3. Consuming Data with the DetailsView Control 6.4. Using Parameters in Queries 6.4.1. Getting a parameter value from a TextBox control 6.4.2. Returning the country names with no repeats 6.4.3. Filling a drop-down list with data from a SqlDataSource 6.4.4. Changing the parameter source 6.4.5. Obtaining a parameter from a Session variable 6.4.6. Passing a parameter on a query string 6.5. Creating a Master/Detail Page 6.5.1. Designing the page layout 6.5.2. Fetching data for the master 6.5.3. Fetching data for the details 6.5.4. Configuring the GridView and DetailsView controls 7. LINQ as a Data Language 7.1. Setting Up the LINQ Examples 7.1.1. Creating the DataContext object 7.1.2. Creating ASP.NET pages for the examples 7.2. LINQing with From, Where, and Select 7.2.1. Targeting the source in a From...In clause 7.2.2. Narrowing the thingies with a Select clause 7.2.3. Filtering with a Where clause 7.3. Filtering with an Eye on Strings 7.3.1. Choosing what you Like 7.3.2. Investigating what the query Contains() 7.3.3. It all StartsWith() and EndsWith() strings 7.4. Filtering Based on Numbers 7.4.1. Finding expensive items 7.4.2. Filtering dates and times 7.5. Thoroughly Aggregating Data 7.5.1. Just give me the list and the Count() 7.5.2. If at first you don’t succeed, you’re running about Average() 7.5.3. First the Dim and then the Sum() 7.5.4. Returning the Min() and the Max() values 7.5.5. Stepping along with Skip() and Take() 7.6. Grouping, Sorting, and Making Distinct 7.6.1. Creating the language grouping page 7.6.2. Analyzing the LINQ grouping query 7.6.3. Rendering grouped data on a Web page 7.7. Using LINQ to Create and Query XML 7.7.1. Creating the KinFolk class 7.7.2. Using object initializers to add data 7.7.3. Building the XML file with LINQ to XML 7.7.4. Filtering XML with a LINQ to XML query 8. Using LINQ to SQL and the LinqDataSource 8.1. Building a LINQ to SQL CRUD Page 8.1.1. Creating the database access code 8.1.2. Hooking up with the LinqDataSource control 8.1.3. Creating the user interface with a ListView 8.1.4. Using LINQ to work around a deletion constraint 8.1.5. Confirming deletion requests 8.2. Enhancing Usability with LinqDataSource 8.2.1. Putting a name to a number 8.2.2. Allowing users to select from a drop-down list 8.3. Filtering Data with LinqDataSource 8.3.1. Creating a LinqDataSource to fetch categories 8.3.2. Adding a drop-down list and connecting it to the LinqDataSource 8.3.3. Filtering the LinqDataSource with a Where parameter 8.4. Displaying Hierarchical Data with LINQ 8.4.1. Grouping with a LINQ query 8.4.2. Creating the outer GridView control 8.4.3. Adding a Label control to display categories 8.4.4. Creating the inner GridView control 8.5. Updating Data with a LINQ Query 8.5.1. Exclaiming with an Extension method 8.5.2. Building a page to update product data 8.6. Inserting Data with the DataContext 9. Creating and Consuming Diverse Data 9.1. Putting an RSS Feed on a Page 9.1.1. Analyzing an RSS feed 9.1.2. Using the XmlDataSource control 9.1.3. Displaying XML data by using the DataList 9.2. Making an RSS Feed Available from Your Site 9.3. Transforming XML Data into HTML Markup 9.3.1. Gathering the source XML data 9.3.2. Creating the XSL style sheet 9.3.3. Using the ASP.NET Xml control 9.4. Connecting Web Applications to an Access Database 9.5. Creating a Simple Web Service 9.6. Adding a Web Reference to a Project 9.7. Creating a Page to Use the Web Service 9.8. Creating a Daylight Saving WCF Service 9.9. Creating the Service Consumer Web Form 9.10. Connecting to a WCF Endpoint 10. Common Elements: Style Sheets Master Pages, and Skins 10.1. Deciding Where Style Rules Belong 10.1.1. Quick and not-too-dirty with AutoFormat 10.1.2. Keeping styles close and inline 10.1.3. Storing styles in the page’s