Building Application with ASP.NET 4 WebForms is a course designed to get you up and running with ASP.NET WebForms. The modules in the course will cover everything from setting up a development environment to deploying to a live web site. In between we'll drill into the details of server controls, data binding and validation, user controls, security, Ajax features, and persisting data to SQL Server.
Introduction to ASP.NET Hi. This is Dan Wahlin with Pluralsight. I'd like to welcome you to the ASP. NET Web Form Development Course. Throughout this course, I'll introduce you to several key technologies you need to know as a. NET Developer to build successful Web Applications. We'll, start off by introducing the. NET Framework and different tools you can use to create ASP. NET Projects. From there, we'll move into ASP. NET server controls, data access techniques, including Object Relational Modeling tools or ORMs. And, we'll even talk about AJAX, enabling your Web Applications. From there, at the end of the course, we'll talk about, what does it take to deploy an application? There's several different techniques that'll be covered there. Now, in this first module, I'm going to introduce you to what is the. NET Framework. For those that, haven't dealt with it very much before. I'll also talk about a really nice free tool from Microsoft called the Web Platform Installer. And we're going to use that to install, Visual Studio Web Express. Once we do that, I'll introduce you to what Visual Studio has to offer as far as project management. And then we'll jump in to, how do you create ASP. NET Projects, and what are the different types of projects that are available. Now, as you pick different projects, there's different compilation models that are use. So, we'll briefly touch on that, and demonstrate how they work in each type of project. Finally, at the end of this module, I'll build a simple Web Forms Applications for you. And we're going to use some fundamental core server controls. We'll build this application, add a little bit of code, and help you jump start the process of building your applications. From there, as mentioned, we'll move on to more sophisticated techniques that allow you to build dynamic, Web Applications, that can integrate data from different types of Data Sources. So let's go ahead and get started.