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Microsoft 70-486: Developing ASP.NET MVC Web Applications

Course Description

18.32 Hours

92 Videos

This course is for Microsoft developers that are ready to start building enterprise web applications and would like to take the Microsoft 70-486: Developing ASP.NET MVC Web Applications certification exam. Taking this course will provide you with training in web development, C Sharp, HTML and CSS, SQL Server, JavaScript, Object Based JavaScript, Model View and Controller, and jQuery.

It helps in focusing on the activities of coding that can help in enhancing performance and scales of the web applications. The students will be introduced to ASP.NET MVC and will learn how to compare the applications with Web Forms. This will assist the learners with various tools and technologies.

ASP.NET MVC web application gives you a strong, patterns-based approach to develop dynamic websites that empowers a perfect separation of concerns and that gives you full authority over markup for pleasant and agile creation. ASP.NET MVC incorporates numerous features that enable quick, TDD-friendly development for creating sophisticated applications that utilize the most recent web models and standards.

This exam measures your ability to accomplish the technical tasks listed:

  • Design the application architecture (15-20%)
  • Design the build and deployment architecture (10-15%)
  • Design the User Experience (15-20%)
  • Develop the User Experience (15-20%)
  • Troubleshoot and Debug Web Application (20-25%)
  • Design and Implement Security (15-20%)

Who should take this exam:

Students for the Microsoft Developing ASP.NET MVC Web Applications exam are professional developers who use Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 and ASP.NET to design and develop web solutions. Candidates should have a minimum of three to five years of experience developing Microsoft ASP.NET MVC–based solutions and knowledge of Microsoft Azure Web Apps.

Candidates should also have the following experience:

  • Designing and developing web applications in an ASP.NET MVC model
  • Planning and designing user interaction solutions based on business requirements
  • Experience with the full software development life cycle of web applications
  • Developing and deploying to multi-tier environments, including Azure
  • Designing and developing asynchronous solutions

For complete information on this certification course, please visit the Microsoft website for details and exam pricing.

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Course Syllabus

Module 1: Introduction to Web Development

  1. Course And Instructor Introduction
  2. ASP.Net Using Visual Studio
  3. ASP.Net Tools In Visual Studio
  4. ASP.Net Data Validation-Part1
  5. ASP.Net Data Validation-Part2
  6. ASP.Net Web User Control
  7. ASP.Net Creating Web Service
  8. ASP.Net Web Service Explained
  9. Classes Defined

Module 2: C ­ Sharp

  1. Intro To C Sharp
  2. Functions In C Sharp
  3. If Statements In C Sharp
  4. Static Variables In C Sharp
  5. Loops In C Sharp
  6. Debugging In C Sharp
  7. Introduction To Windows Forms In C Sharp
  8. More Windows Forms In C Sharp
  9. Windows Forms Controls In C Sharp
  10. Object Oriented Programming In C Sharp
  11. Constructors And Destructors In C Sharp
  12. Members Of A Class In C Sharp
  13. Class Inheritance In C Sharp
  14. Abstract Classes In C Sharp
  15. Enumerations In C Sharp
  16. Exception Handling In C Sharp
  17. Creating XML Documents In C Sharp
  18. Putting It All Together In A File In C Sharp

Module 3: HTML and CSS Comprehensive Review

  1. Intro To HTML
  2. HTML Markup
  3. Lists In HTML
  4. Links In HTML
  5. Tables In HTML
  6. Forms In HTML
  7. Intro To CSS
  8. CSS Color Properties

Module 4: Intro to SQL Server

  1. Databases Defined
  2. Tables Defined
  3. Basic Query Optimization
  4. Defining And Using Store Procedures
  5. Creating Stored Procedure
  6. Executing Store Procedure From C Sharp
  7. Executing Store Procedure From ASP.Net
  8. Changing ASP.Net Interface To Retrieve Data-Part1
  9. Changing ASP.Net Interface To Retrieve Data-Part2

Module 5: Java Script A Comprehensive Introduction

  1. Intro To JavaScript
  2. Using JavaScript For Data Validation
  3. Using JavaScript To Manipulate Documents
  4. Variables In JavaScript
  5. If Statements In JavaScript
  6. Logical Operators In JavaScript
  7. If Else Statements In JavaScript
  8. Switch Statements In JavaScript
  9. For Loops In JavaScript
  10. For And While Loops In JavaScript

Module 6: Object Based Java Script

  1. Working With String Object
  2. More On String Object
  3. The Math Object
  4. Creating Your Own Objects
  5. String Manipulation In JavaScript
  6. Programming The Browser In JavaScript
  7. Browser Versions In JavaScript
  8. Working With Forms In JavaScript

Module 7: Model View and Controller

  1. MVC Mindset
  2. MVC Defined
  3. Create An MVC Project
  4. MVC Project Initial Walkthrough
  5. MVC Building Routes
  6. MVC Approach
  7. Controllers
  8. Controllers From Scratch
  9. MVC Routing
  10. MVC Routing Constraints
  11. Routing Constraint Attributes
  12. MVC Attribute Routing

Module 8: A Comprehensive Introduction to jQuery

  1. What Is jQuery
  2. jQuery Effects
  3. Get And Set Elements In jQuery
  4. Add And Remove Elements In jQuery
  5. CSS In jQuery
  6. Ancestors And Descendants

Module 9: Course Review

  1. MVC Best Practices
  2. Testing The Application
  3. Writing For Production
  4. Review Web Development
  5. Review C Sharp
  6. Review HTML And CSS
  7. Review SQL Server
  8. Review JavaScript
  9. Review Software Development Lifecycle
  10. Review Design Patterns
  11. Review jQuery
  12. Conclusion

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