Introduction to ASP.NET 4 WebForms

This course introduces you to building applications with ASP.NET 4 WebForms, starting with installing the tools and finishing with a complete Web application
Course info
Rating
(1099)
Level
Beginner
Updated
Apr 11, 2011
Duration
8h 41m
Table of contents
Introduction to ASP.NET
ASP.NET Web Forms Features
Working with Data Source Controls
Entity Framework
Master Pages
ASP.NET AJAX Controls
Security
Using ASP.NET Dynamic Data
Web Deployment
Description
Course info
Rating
(1099)
Level
Beginner
Updated
Apr 11, 2011
Duration
8h 41m
Description

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.

Course FAQ
Course FAQ
What is ASP.NET Web Forms?

ASP.NET Web Forms is a web application framework that allows you to write applications in any programming language that supports CLR, such as C#. It lets you build dynamic websites through a drag-and-drop, events-driven model.

What are some of the benefits of ASP.NET Web Forms?

ASP.NET Web Forms benefits include:

  • Compatible with any browser or mobile device 
  • Compatible with any .NET common language runtime 
  • Allows user-created and third party controls 
  • HTML and UI code are separate from app logic 
  • Data binding 
  • Supports client-side scripting and executes it in the browser 
  • Much more
Are there prerequisites to this course?

Before starting this course, you should know the basic concepts of web development, including HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, as well as the ASP.NET framework. You should also be familiar with C# or another .NET language.

Who is this course for?

This course is for anyone who wants to learn ASP.NET Web Forms so they can build successful web applications.

What will I learn in this course?

Some of the topics we will cover include:

  • Setting up a development environment 
  • How to deploy to a live web site 
  • Server controls 
  • Data binding and validation 
  • User controls 
  • Security 
  • Ajax features 
  • Persisting data to SQL Server 
  • Much more!
About the author
About the author

Dan Wahlin founded Wahlin Consulting, which provides consulting and training services on JavaScript, Angular, Node.js, C#, ASP.NET MVC, Web API, and Docker. He is a Google GDE, Microsoft MVP and Regional Director, and speaks at conferences and user groups around the world.

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About the author

Fritz is a co-founder of Pluralsight where he serves as the Content Advisor. Fritz is the author of the books 'Essential ASP.NET' and 'Essential ASP.NET 2.0' published by Addison Wesley.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

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.