This workshop provides students with the knowledge and skills to develop Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0 Web applications using Microsoft Visual Studio 2005. The workshop focuses on user interfaces, Web site structure and functionality, and implementation details.
Who Should Attend:
This workshop is intended for corporate/ISV application developers who have a desire to learn more about specific technology areas in Web application development.
At Course Completion:
After completing this workshop, students will be able to: - Create a Web application. - Program a Web application. - Add and configure server controls for a Web application. - Use master pages to establish a common layout for a Web application. - Manage state data for a Web application. - Access and display data in a Web application. - Control access to a Web application. - Deploy a Web application. - Create a mobile Web application.
|Lesson 1: Creating a Web Application|
|Visual Studio Web Site Types |
Default Event Handling in Web Applications
Web Configuration Files
|Lesson 2: Programming a Web Application |
|Detecting the type, version, and capability of the browser being used to view a Web site. |
Accessing information in an ASP.NET Web Page header.
Using the HttpResponse.Write method to provide feedback to users.
Handling page-level errors.
|Lesson 3: Adding and Configuring Server Controls|
|HTML Controls and Web Server Controls |
Types of Web Server Controls
Working with Web Server Controls
The ASP.NET 2.0 Page Postback Model
|Lesson 4: Creating a Common Layout by Using Master Pages|
|What Are Master Pages? |
What Are Content Pages?
Nested Master Pages
|Lesson 5: Managing State for a Web Application|
|ViewState Properties and ControlState Data |
Application and Session Objects
Strategies for Managing Session State Data
The Cache Object
|Lesson 6: Accessing and Displaying Data|
|Database Connections and the Web.Config File |
Relational Data and Data Source Controls
XML Data and Data Source Controls
Object Data and Data Source Controls
|Lesson 7: Controlling Access to a Web Application|
|Authentication for Web Applications |
Authorization for Web Applications
Site Membership Systems Using the Membership Class
Web Site Security Administration Using the Roles Class
|Lesson 8: Deploying a Web Application|
|The Copy Web Site Utility |
The Publish Web Site Utility
Windows Installer Setup Packages
|Lesson 9: Making Web Applications Available to Mobile Devices|
|Device Emulators for Mobile Web Forms |
Mobile Device Detection and Redirection
Mobile Web Forms
Device-Specific Features in Mobile Web Forms