Undergraduate Admission
    Graduate Admission

    ASP.Net with C#, IT 563

    About this Course:
    In-depth examination of the concepts involved in the development of Internet applications. Students will learn the differences and similarities between Internet applications and traditional client/server applications. A discussion of the technologies involved in creating these Internet applications is included, and students will learn to use these technologies to create robust server-side applications. Also addressed is the role of the Application Service Provider (ASP) in enterprise information technology management.

    Course Features

    This course is an introduction to Microsoft ASP.Net with C#. Web services, patterns, WCF, WPF, Linq, versioning, and testing will be covered. All the latest and greatest (and future) .Net software and web technologies covered

    Currently Scheduled

    Prerequisites:
    IT 461 Internet Technologies and Web Design and IT 411 Java Programming or some Web development and database programming experience (Microsoft or other platform) as well as a basic understanding of structured programming required for enrollment.

    Who Should Attend:
    This course is valuable for anyone beginning to develop Web-based applications or considering using ASP.NET.

    Expected Outcomes:
    Participants will be learn to use C# to develop ASP.Net web apps (and possibly other types); utilize most, if not all, of the ASP.Net server controls; utilize a variety of data binding controls; communicate effectively with multiple database sources via ASP.Net; deploy ASP.Net applications to the internet; create user controls, composite controls and custom server controls; provide security for ASP.Net applications (time permitting); and create and deploy Web services (time permitting).

    Course Outline:

    Introduction to ASP.NET and the Web;

    Visual Studio environment;

    Creating Web Forms and Using ASP.Net Server Controls;

    Page Control Collection;

    User Controls;

    Advanced User Controls;

    Master Pages / Instructor Toolbar Incorporation;

    XmlDataSource;

    XmlDatasource and SqlDataSource;

    SqlDataSource with GridView and DetailsView;

    SqlDataSource and ObjectDataSource;

    CEU:
    4.5

    Instructor:
    Jeffery Meyers