Microsoft.Net Full Stack Developer

Learn to handle all the work of databases, servers, systems engineering, and clients in this interactive course.

Duration: 40 Hours

Offered by: infyni

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About Course

A Full-stack .NET Developer is an expert who can build and manage all the stacks of an application meaning Front-end, Back-end, database, version control, server and APIs. 

This hands-on course by infyni will give students all the knowledge they need to start being productive with implementing JavaScript clients. Among the top three programming languages to learn because it is used widely in the industry and it’s an expressive and powerful language, you will be interacting with instructors in each session and learning live. 

Skills You Will Gain

C# .NET Core Framework ASP.NET Web Forms Castle Windsor Container Unity Structure Map Ninject, AutoFac TFS Team City Jenkins Cruise Control .NET, Azure DevOps ASP.NET MVC ASP.NET Web API

Course Offerings

  • Instructor-led interactive classes
  • Clarify your doubts during class
  • Access recordings of the class
  • Attend on mobile or tablet
  • Live projects to practice
  • Case studies to learn from
  • Lifetime mentorship support
  • Industry specific curriculum
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Employability Opportunity
  • Topics
  • Instructor
  • I) Introduction to DotNet FrameWork
  • History and origin
  • Comparison
  • Why DotNet
  • II) The Tools
  • Intro to Visual Studio
  • Installations – Visual Studio, Sql Server
  • III) DataTypes
  • Primitive Types
  • String
  • Custom Types
  • Complex Types
  • IV) Loops
  • V) Arrays
  • VI) Array Lists
  • Boxing and Unboxing
  • Pros and Cons of Array Lists
  • Alternative to Array Lists
  • VII) OOPS Concepts
  • Methods (Attributes, access modifier types, return type, parameter types)
  • Classes
  • Inheritance
  • Polymorphism
  • Interfaces
  • Partial Classes
  • Encapsulation
  • Abstract Class
  • VIII) Generics (Stack, Queue, List, Dictionary, Custom Generic classes and methods)
  • IX) Entities / Custom Types
  • X) Enum
  • XI) Delegates
  • XII) Threading
  • XIII) Anonymous types
  • XIV) Variance and CoVariance
  • 1. How to create an MVC application
  • 2. Controllers, Views, Models
  • 3. Using Entity framework to access data in MVC
  • 4. Action Link and its various uses
  • 5. Working with Multiple Tables in MVC
  • 6. Using business objects as models in MVC
  • 7. Creating a view to insert data
  • 8. Form Collection
  • 9. Update model and try update model
  • 10. Editing a model in MVC
  • 11. Updating data in MVC, unintended updates and how to avoid
  • 12. Include and exclude properties fro model binding
  • 13. Get request and post request.
  • 14. Insert, Update, Delete using entity framework
  • 15. Customizing the index view
  • 16. Customizing the create view
  • 17. Customizing the edit view
  • 18. Data transfer object and model
  • 19. View Engines
  • 20. Helpers in MVC
  • 21. Dropdown list control in MVC
  • 22. HTML Text Box and HTML Text box
  • 23. Radio Button List
  • 24. Checkbox list
  • 25. List Box
  • 26. Attributes like display name, display format, scaffold column
  • 27. Data type and display column attributes
  • 28. Opening a page in new browser window
  • 29. Hidden input and read only attributes
  • 30. Display and edit templated helpers
  • 31. Customize display and edit templates
  • 32. Displaying images
  • 33. Custom HTML helpers
  • 34. HTML encoding
  • 35. Editor Templates
  • 36. Filters
  • JQuery in MVC View
  • Ajax calls in MVC
  • Bootstrap with MVC views
  • 1) Structured Query Language
  • 2) RDBMS Concepts
  • 3) Database Options
  • 4) DDL (create, alter, drop)
  • 5) DML(select, update, insert, delete)
  • 6) Operators
  • 7) Expressions
  • 8) Complex queries
  • 9) Sql Datatypes
  • 10) SqlAdvanced
  • 11) Constraints
  • 12) Joins
  • 13) Unions
  • 14) Alias
  • 15) Indexes
  • 16) Views
  • 17) Transactions
  • 18) Date Functions
  • 19) Temporary Tables
  • 20) Clones, Subqueries, Using, Duplicates, Injection
  • 21) Stored Procedures
  • Basics of client side scripting with HTML and CSS with a special focus on bootstrap in MVC
  • 1) Sample hosting in Azure and in Godaddy.
  • 2) Publish profiles
  • 3) Linking database to application
  • 4) Scaling
  • 5) Containers/blobs

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Ramesh Nediyadath
About Instructor

When I am not coding or teaching, you may find me reading, trekking or trading in the stock market. I have a passion for teaching and have been at it for more than 12 years now.


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