Building ASP.NET Web Applications SuccessPath


You should be familiar with the .NET Framework and programming with C# or Visual Basic, and you should have a basic understanding of JavaScript, HTML, and CSS.


You will begin by learning the foundation of building Web applications with Microsoft ASP.NET. You will explore the architecture behind ASP.NET and how to use ASP.NET server controls. You will learn how to create consistent Web sites using Master Pages, add membership features and configure/deploy ASP.NET applications, direct users using Site Navigation tools, debug .NET, and display/edit data using ASP.NET and ADO.NET. You will learn the fundamentals of AJAX, an open and standards-based technology that gives your Web pages a responsiveness that rivals desktop applications. You will discover the features in JavaScript that can help you write code that runs in the browser. You will get an introduction to the five server-side controls that you can use on a Web Forms page to reduce the amount of data between client and server. Finally, you will learn about the AJAX Control Toolkit, a collection of server-side controls and extenders that allows you to accomplish things that in the past may have required reams of JavaScript code.

Building ASP.NET Web Applications

Course Path

Building ASP.NET Web Applications

39+ hours covering 75 topics

Course TitleTopicsRuntimeSkill LevelTrailer
ASP.NET Using Visual C# 2010 55 27h 43m Intermediate N/A
ASP.NET 4 AJAX and jQuery Using Visual C# 20 12h 11m Advanced N/A