Microsoft ASP Programming

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This training would be beneficial for individuals looking for IT job positions such as: Web Designer, Web Site Editor, Creative Director, Web Director, Programmer, Game Programmer, Microsoft Visual Basic Programmer, Microsoft C# Programmer, Senior .NET Developer or a Director of Programming.

Microsoft ASP 3.0 Introduction: Working with Objects, Pages, and Forms

This course, Microsoft ASP 3.0 Introduction: Working with Objects, Pages, and Forms, introduces you to basic ASP concepts including creating an ASP page, and using forms in ASP.

  • Categorizing Web Pages
  • Defining ASP
  • Setting Up Your Computer to Run ASP
  • Recognizing the ASP Structure
  • Using Scripting Languages in ASP
  • Creating an ASP Page
  • Adding Code and Comments to an ASP Page
  • Debugging Code
  • Creating a Form in an ASP Page
  • Processing Information from a User
  • Sending a Response to a User

Microsoft ASP 3.0 Introduction: Processing with Loops and Objects

This course, Microsoft ASP 3.0 Introduction: Processing with Loops and Objects, presents introductory ASP concepts including using data in ASP, constructing expressions with operators, building loop and conditional statements, recognizing objects, and communicating between server and browser.

  • Recognizing Data Types
  • Declaring and Using Variables and Constants
  • Applying Arithmetic Operators
  • Applying Comparison and Logical Operators
  • Applying Operators to String Variables
  • Recognizing Operator Precedence
  • Creating Loops
  • Creating If...Then Statements
  • Using Select Case Statements
  • Defining Objects
  • Using the ASP Object Model
  • Performing Client-Side Data Validation
  • Communicating Between Server and Browser
  • Using the Request Object
  • Using the Response Object's Properties

Microsoft ASP 3.0 Introduction: Communicating with the User's System

This course, Microsoft ASP 3.0 Introduction: Communicating with the User's System, presents introductory ASP concepts including using cookies and the session object, creating advanced ASP elements, and error handling.

  • Recognizing Cookies
  • Working with Cookies
  • Building Pages with the Session Object
  • Creating Scripting Runtime Objects
  • Accessing Databases with ASP
  • Defining ASP Components
  • Applying the ASPError Object
  • Using the Microsoft Script Debugger

Introduction to ASP.NET

To introduce the concepts, environment, technology, and tools for ASP.NET

  • Outline the architecture and the major components of the .NET Framework
  • Define the architecture of ASP.NET and describe the way an ASP.NET page is generated
  • Explain how to use VB.NET to build ASP.NET pages
  • Describe the most important changes in ASP.NET from the previous version of ASP
  • Define Web Forms and describe the basic elements of an ASP.NET page
  • Explain the purpose of server controls in ASP.NET pages and use them when building Web Forms
  • Define the most common events in ASP.NET pages and their order of processing
  • Create a Web Form in Visual Basic .NET

Advanced ASP.NET Topics

To demonstrate how to migrate ASP to ASP.NET, leverage legacy compenents, create and use .NET components, and install and configure ASP.NET servers

  • Determine the most suitable migration strategy in a given scenario, and identify the structural and coding changes that may be necessary for migrating ASP to ASP.NET
  • Identify and rewrite elements of ASP code that are incompatible with ASP.NET.
  • Incorporate ActiveX legacy components in ASP.NET applications
  • Use Runtime Callable Wrappers (RCWs) and the Server.CreateObject method to integrate COM and COM+ components in an ASP.NET application
  • Use the Platform Invoke feature to call native functions within ASP.NET
  • Incorporate an ActiveX and COM component into an application, as well as call a native function
  • Create, integrate, and use .NET components
  • Create a new .NET component project and component file, add the component to a web form, and call a method from it
  • Install ASP.NET on IIS and configure an application with the Microsoft Management Console
  • Determine which session data-handling method is appropriate in a given scenario, and use the Session State Service and Microsoft SQL Server to store session data
  • Install an ASP.NET server, configure an existing web application, and use Session State service

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