Mastering ASP.NET Courses - Comprehensive Courses from Scratch



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ASP .NET was developed by Microsoft as a web application framework to help programmers build dynamic websites. It uses C# or Visual Basic .NET (VB .Net programming languages to develop web applications. It is used for developing mobile applications as well and works on top of HTTP (Hyper-Text Transfer Protocol) protocol using HTTP commands and policies.

About ASP.NET Courses

The ASP .NET Courses meant to provide a good grounding and in-depth knowledge of ASP .NET concepts and programming, .NET framework of Microsoft. It covers topics such as adding folders and files to website, projects, and solutions, building and running a project. It is ASP.NET Courses comprehensive covers covering core concepts and practicals divided into 143 lectures with 26 hours of HD Video.

Why learn ASP .NET?

ASP .NET courses have now become a popular web application framework for building dynamic websites developed by Microsoft. With the rapid expansion of websites, web applications, and mobile applications, ASP .NET courses developers are finding new opportunities to do business or get jobs. Therefore, a lot of new opportunities for software developers, ASP .NET developers, MVC developers, technical leads, system analysts are emerging. Web developers wanting to upgrade their skills can look at ASP .NET courses to further their career.


Introduction to ASP.NET:

This section introduces ASP.NET courses to learners. ASP.NET applications are developed by compiling codes written using extensible and reusable components of the .NET framework. The following languages are used to develop ASP.NET apps- C#, Visual Basic, JScript, J#. It enables dynamic, data-driven, interactive web applications.


1. Asp.NET Introduction

  • Asp.NET Introduction Part 1
  • Asp.NET Introduction Part 2
  • Asp.NET Environment Part 1
  • Asp.NET Environment Part 2
  • Asp.NET Lifecycle
  • Asp.NET First Example
  • Asp.NET Event Handling Part 1
  • Asp.NET Event Handling Part 2
  • Asp.NET Server side objects Part 1
  • Asp.NET Server side objects Part 2
  • Asp.NET Server Controls Part 1
  • Asp.NET Server Controls Part 2
  • Asp.NET HTML Server Controls
  • Asp.NET Client Side
  • Asp.NET Basic Controls Part 1
  • Asp.NET Basic Controls Part 2
  • Asp.NET Directives
  • Asp.NET View State Part 1
  • Asp.NET View State Part 2
  • Asp.NET View State Part 3
  • Asp.NET Validator Controls Part 1
  • Asp.NET Validator Controls Part 2
  • Asp.NET Database Access
  • Asp.NET ADO.NETPart 1
  • Asp.NET ADO.NETPart 2
  • Asp.NET ADO.NETPart 3
  • Asp.NET Upload File Part 1
  • Asp.NET Upload File Part 2
  • Asp.NET AdRotator
  • Asp.NET Calendar
  • Asp.NET Multi Views
  • Asp.NET Panel Part 1
  • Asp.NET Panel Part 2
  • Asp.NET AJAX Part 1
  • Asp.NET AJAX Part 2
  • Asp.NET Data Sources Part 1
  • Asp.NET Data Sources Part 2
  • Asp.NET Data Sources Part 3
  • Asp.NET Data Binding Part 1
  • Asp.NET Data Binding Part 2
  • Asp.NET Data Binding Part 3
  • Asp.NET Custom User Controls
  • Asp.NET Error Handling Part 1
  • Asp.NET Error Handling Part 2
  • Asp.NET Debugging
  • Asp.NET Linq
  • Asp.NET Security Part 1
  • Asp.NET Security Part 2
  • Asp.NET Security Part 3
  • Asp.NET Caching Part 1
  • Asp.NET Caching Part 2
  • Asp.NET Caching Part 3
  • Asp.NET Web Services
  • Asp.NET Multi Threading
  • Asp.NET Configuration Part 1
  • Asp.NET Configuration Part 2
  • Asp.NET Deployment
  • Asp.NET Recap

2. Online ASP.NET MVC Training

  • ASP.Net MVC 5 Introduction
  • Creating MVC5 applications‚ Hello World application
  • Hello World application
  • Controller Responsibilities
  • Creating a basic controller and the basic routing mechanism
  • Action Parameters
  • Optional and Compulsory Parameters
  • how to create models and access them from controllers
  • create models and access them from controllers
  • dependency injection and its use in MVC5
  • using unity framework‚ unit testing
  • Explains the URL routing mechanism in detail
  • static‚ custom variables and default values
  • URL Routing Part 3
  • URL Routing Part 4
  • URL Routing Part 5
  • View Fundamentals Part 1
  • View Fundamentals Part 2
  • View Fundamentals Part 3
  • View Fundamentals Part 4
  • View Fundamentals Part 5
  • View Fundamentals Part 6
  • View Fundamentals Part 7
  • View Fundamentals Part 8
  • View Fundamentals Part 9
  • View Fundamentals Part 10
  • View Fundamentals Part 11
  • View Fundamentals Part 12
  • View Fundamentals Part 13
  • View Fundamentals Part 14
  • View Fundamentals Part 15
  • View Fundamentals Part 16
  • View Fundamentals Part 17
  • Filters Part 1
  • Filters Part 2
  • Filters Part 3
  • Filters Part 4
  • Controllers In Depth Part 1
  • Controllers In Depth Part 2
  • Controllers In Depth Part 3
  • Controllers In Depth Part 4
  • Controllers In Depth Part 5
  • Views In Depth Part 1
  • Views In Depth Part 2
  • Views In Depth Part 3
  • Views In Depth Part 4
  • Areas Part 1
  • Areas Part 2
  • Areas Part 3
  • Ajax Part 1
  • Ajax Part 2
  • Ajax Part 3

3. Online ASP.Net Web API Training

  • Introduction
  • What is Web API History‚ Pre-requisite
  • Understanding of Http and Rest
  • Web API Architecture
  • Web API Architecture and Its Features
  • Hello World
  • Understanding URL patterns
  • Providing defaults in routes
  • Registering new routes
  • Optional Parameters
  • Controllers and Actions Part 1
  • Controllers and Actions Part 2
  • Controllers and Actions Part 3
  • Controllers and Actions Part 4
  • Controllers and Actions Part 5
  • Controllers and Actions Part 6
  • Controllers and Actions Part 7
  • Controllers and Actions Part 8
  • Message Handlers Part 1
  • Message Handlers Part 2
  • Filters Part 1
  • Filters Part 2
  • Filters Part 3
  • Other Features Part 1
  • Other Features Part 2
  • Other Features Part 3
  • Other Features Part 4
  • Security Part 1
  • Security Part 2
  • Security Part 3
  • Summary

ASP.NET Courses Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Does ASP.NET cater to only techies or can those with computer knowledge learn it?

It requires a basic courses computer knowledge, understanding of web concepts and an understanding of .NET but not necessarily any advanced level knowledge in any area.

  • Is this equivalent to any university degree or diploma?

No this is a skills enhancement courses provided by EduCBA based on quality content provided by professionals but not affiliated to any university.

  • Should we complete the courses in a particular time frame?

No this is not a time-bound learning programme but learners can choose their pace. Moreover, after completion of the courses, the content will still be available for a lifetime.

  • Is there any supplementary training given in classrooms or labs?

No, this courses is provided online and is grounded in theory and practicals.

  • Do we have to invest in new hardware or software?

No new investments are required- some of the applications are in open source, free download mode.


  • Basic computer knowledge
  • Basic understanding of .Net programming language
  • Basic understanding of web technologies-HTML, CSS, AJAX
  • Passion to learn and interest in enhancing knowledge in IT

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