What are ASP.NET MVC and WCF ?

ASP.NET MVC gives a powerful, patterns-based way to build dynamic websites that gives full control over markup. It is a light weight, highly testable presentation framework, highly bankable & is integrated with existing ASP.NET features. WCF makes the developers life easier because it is a single stop for various technologies. WCF can make use of SOAP, REST for communication between service and client.

Introduction

Entry Profile Exit Profile
Knowledge of Strong C, C++ is required. MVC Developer.
Prior .NET development experience and familiarity with object-oriented programming concepts is assumed. Candidate can appear in certification exams.
Some experience with HTML and JavaScript is also expected. Able to build a compelling and maintainable HTML user interface using the Razor view engine and client-side JavaScript

Will this course useful for my Career?

Absolutely yes. This course will make you very strong in programming skills and on top of this you can explore many different career options by choosing advanced technologies.

When I can join this course?

  • After completing ASP.NET & C# Course.
  • When preparing for technical interviews.

What options I can choose after this course:

  • Microsoft Azure, WPF,JAVA Script SDK Framework
  • Hybrid Mobile Application development/Cloud based application
  • .Net Framework 3.5 / 4.0 Microsoft Certification

What content will be covered in this course?

Windows Communication Foundation

  • What is WCF?
  • Address, Binding and Contract
  • WCF Services and Clients
  • WCF Service Libraries
  • WCF Test Host and Test Client
  • Self-Hosting
  • WCF Clients
  • Channel Factories
  • Creating Proxies
  • Configuration Files
  • Metadata
  • Standard Endpoints
  • WCF Architecture

Handling Errors

  • Faults and Exceptions
  • Generating and Handling Faults
  • Fault Contracts
  • Faults and Sessions

WCF Security

  • Security Aspects of Services
  • Transport Security
  • Message Security
  • Certificates
  • Credentials

RESTful Services

  • REST
  • REST Principles
  • SOAP or REST?
  • REST and WCF

Addresses and Bindings

  • Addresses
  • Bindings
  • Message Exchange Patterns
  • Configuring Bindings
  • Interoperating with ASMX Web Services
  • Default Endpoints and Bindings
  • Service Descriptions
  • Multiple Endpoints

Service Contracts

  • Defining Service Contracts
  • Defining Operation Contracts
  • Services with Multiple Contracts
  • Contract Inheritance
  • Operation Overloading

Data Contracts

  • Implementing Data Contracts
  • Mapping Data Contracts to XSD Schema
  • Serialization
  • Arrays and Generic Collections
  • Enums
  • Versioning Data Contracts

More about Service Contracts

  • Versioning Service Contracts
  • Implementing Message Exchange Patterns
  • Oneway Contracts
  • Duplex Contracts

Using the Razor View Engine

  • Getting started with Razor
  • Razor design goals
  • Implementing a Razor view
  • Razor syntax
  • Accessing Model Data in Razor views Industrial-Strength ASP.NET MVC Applications
  • ASP.NET application architecture best practices
  • Implementing a Repository and Entity Framework Data Model
  • Using Dependency Injection
  • Implementing a custom controller factory

View Techniques

  • Defining and using custom HTML Helpers
  • Defining a layout / MVC Master Page
  • Using Styles
  • Defining and using partial views
  • Razor Helper Method syntax

Handling Errors

  • Faults and Exceptions
  • Generating and Handling Faults
  • Fault Contracts
  • Faults and Sessions

WCF Security

  • Security Aspects of Services
  • Transport Security
  • Message Security
  • Certificates
  • Credentials

RESTful Services

  • REST
  • REST Principles
  • SOAP or REST?
  • REST and WCF
  • APS .NET MVC

Introduction to ASP.NET MVC

  • The role of the Model, View, and Controller
  • Key benefits of ASP.NET MVC Getting Started with ASP.NET MVC
  • ASP.NET MVC project templates
  • Understanding the structure of an ASP.NET MVC project
  • Naming conventions
  • Creating views
  • Defining controllers
  • Defining a data model

Creating a Complete ASP.NET MVC 4 Application

  • Creating strongly-typed views
  • Understanding URLs and action methods
  • Using HTML helpers
  • Handling form post-backs
  • Data validation

MVC State Management

  • Using hidden fields
  • Session and Application State
  • Custom model bindings

Additional Techniques

  • View Scaffold Templates
  • Controller Scaffold Templates
  • Global Filters
  • Model binding
  • Asynchronous Controllers

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