- Microsoft .NET Training
- 2544: Advanced Web Application Technologies with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005
This two-day instructor-led workshop provides students with the knowledge and skills to develop Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0 Web applications using Microsoft Visual Studio 2005.
- Course Outline
Elements of this syllabus are subject to change.
This two-day instructor-led 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 advanced user interfaces, Web site functionality, and implementation details using the advanced features of ASP.NET 2.0 and Visual Studio 2005.
This workshop is intended for corporate or independent software vendor (ISV) application developers who have a desire to learn more about specific technology areas in Web application development.
At Workshop Completion
After completing this workshop, students will be able to:
- Build dynamic Web applications.
- Create controls for Web applications.
- Optimize Web applications.
- Build customizable Web applications.
- Build Web Part pages and Web Parts.
Workshop Outline Session 1: Unit 1: Building Dynamic Web Applications
This unit introduces many different aspects of dynamic Web applications. It includes discussions on creating and configuring controls at run time. It then explains how to build dynamic globalization features into a Web application to ensure that it is localizable, including using localized resources and applying different master page layouts in response to culture and language settings. It concludes with explanations about how to enable dynamic configuration for site administrators.
- Dynamic Control Creation
- Localization and Globalization
- Dynamic Master Pages
- Dynamic Web Configuration
- Dynamically Adding and Configuring Controls
- Dynamically Applying Master Pages
- Adding Localization Features
- Dynamically Configuring Web Applications
- Explain dynamic control creation in ASP.NET 2.0.
- Add and configure controls dynamically.
- Explain how to incorporate globalization and localization features into Web applications.
- Add localization features to a Web application.
- Describe when and how to implement dynamic master pages.
- Apply master pages dynamically.
- Describe dynamic Web configuration scenarios.
- Dynamically configure Web applications.
This unit explains how developers create different types of controls for different scenarios. The different types of controls include user controls, custom Web server controls, composite Web server controls, and templated controls.
- User Controls
- Custom Web Server Controls
- Composite Web Server Controls
- Templated Controls
- Creating User Controls
- Creating Custom Web Server Controls
- Creating Composite Web Server Controls
- Creating Templated Controls
- Describe user controls and the underlying enabling technologies.
- Create user controls.
- Describe custom Web server controls and the underlying enabling technologies.
- Create Web server controls.
- Describe composite controls and how composite controls are created.
- Create composite Web server controls.
- Describe templated controls and the interfaces that enable their implementation.
- Create templated controls.
This unit introduces topics that will help you improve the performance of Web applications. It describes how the Page Scripting Object Model can help reduce the number of round trips for communication between the server and the browser, and then explains how tracing and instrumentation can be used to monitor and, therefore, improve the performance of a Web application. The unit discusses how caching and asynchronous processing can help increase Web application performance; it then highlights some considerations that developers must address if the Web application is to be deployed in a Web farm environment.
- The Page Scripting Object Model
- Tracing and Instrumentation in Web Applications
- ASP.NET 2.0 Caching Techniques
- Asynchronous Processing in Web Applications
- Web Farm Development Considerations
- Accessing the Page Scripting Object Model
- Implementing ASP.NET Caching Techniques
- Implementing Tracing and Instrumentation Techniques in Web Applications
- Implementing Asynchronous Processing in Web Applications
- Describe the Page Scripting Object Model.
- Access Page Scripting Object Model functionality.
- Explain how to use tracing and instrumentation to monitor and improve the performance of a Web application.
- Implement tracing and instrumentation in Web applications.
- Describe ASP.NET 2.0 caching techniques.
- Implement ASP.NET 2.0 caching techniques.
- Explain how asynchronous processing can lead to improved performance for Web applications.
- Implement asynchronous processing in Web applications.
- Describe strategies for dealing with session state management issues when deploying Web applications in a Web farm environment.
- Develop Web applications for Web farm environments.
This unit introduces building customizable functionality into a Web application by adding personalization support. It discusses using the personalization features of ASP.NET 2.0 to provide this functionality. In addition, it discusses applying themes to Web applications and allowing users to choose color schemes to personalize their experience in using the Web application. It concludes by explaining how to include features that enable users to personalize themes.
- ASP.NET 2.0 Personalization Features
- Theme Support in ASP.NET 2.0
- Configuring Personalization
- Implementing Personalization Functionality
- Adding Themes to the Web Application
- Implementing Personalized Themes
- Describe the personalization features provided by ASP.NET 2.0.
- Describe ASP.NET 2.0 theme support.
- Configure personalization for a Web application.
- Implement personalization features.
- Add themes to a Web application.
- Implement customizable themes.
This unit introduces the concept of a Web part, and describes how it is used in portal pages and other scenarios. It introduces the concept of a Web part page, and discusses how a Web part page contains some Web parts that provide the user interface, along with other controls that manage the Web part infrastructure. Additionally, it introduces the advanced features of connected Web parts and discusses scenarios where they are typically used.
- What Is a Web Part?
- What Is a Web Part Page?
- Connected Web Parts
- Creating a Web Part Page
- Creating a Web Part
- Creating Connected Web Parts
- Describe what a Web Part is and the purpose of Web Parts.
- Describe the components of a Web Part page and identify scenarios when Web Part pages are useful features of Web applications.
- Describe the more advanced features of Web Parts, including connections between Web Parts.
- Create Web Part pages.
- Create Web Parts.
- Create connected Web Parts.
- Prerequisites & Certificates
Before attending this workshop, students must: Have attended or studied Workshop 2543A, Core Web Application Technologies with Visual Studio 2005, or possess equivalent knowledge and skills. Know how to use delegates and events. Know how to improve the security of .NET Framework 2.0 applications. Be able to use instrumentation in code.
- Cancellation Policy
Cancellations or postponements received more than ten business days prior to the first day of the course, will be subject to a 15% administration fee, and course ware fees where applicable. The cost of the course is payable, in full, for any cancellations or postponements received within ten business days, or less, prior to the first day of the course.
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