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We are the best .NET Training Institute by keeping placement than any other institute in Tirupati .NET is an ideal programming language which was created by Microsoft Corporation by February 2002. .NET framework has the different set of libraries. These libraries will support different languages, for example, VB.NET, C#.NET, ASP.NET etc..,. These libraries are the pillars for the .NET framework. Architects of .NET frame work have confronted such a significant number of issues while coding in the C, C++ environment. They give the right answers for these issues by giving various and extensive features in .NET Framework.

Rich support of GUI is one of the huge features. Utilizing IDE we can move numerous controls without the need to code it. The code will produce consequently while dragging and drop.

    Installation

    .NET Executables and the CLR

    Using Visual Studio

    Hello, World

    Namespaces

    Variables and Expressions

    Using C# as a Calculator

    Input/Output in C#

    .NET Framework Class Library

    Data Types

    Integer Types

    Floating Point Types

    Decimal Type

    Characters and Strings

    Boolean Type

    Conversions

    Nullable Types

    Operator Cardinality

    Arithmetic Operators

    Relational Operators

    Logical Operators

    Bitwise Operators

    Assignment Operators

    Expressions

    Checked and Unchecked

    If Tests

    Loops

    Arrays

    Foreach

    More about Control Flow

    Switch

    Objects

    Classes

    Inheritance

    Polymorphism

    Object-Oriented Languages

    Components

    Classes as Structured Data

    Methods

    Constructors and Initialization

    Static Fields and Methods

    Constant and Read only

    More about Types

    Value Types

    Boxing and Unboxing

    Reference Types

    Methods

    Parameter Passing

    Method Overloading

    Variable-Length Parameter Lists

    Properties

    Operator Overloading

    Characters

    Strings

    String Input

    String Methods

    StringBuilder Class

    Programming with Strings

    Arrays

    System.Array

    Random Number Generation

    Jagged Arrays

    Rectangular Arrays

    Arrays as Collections

    Single Inheritance

    Access Control

    Method Hiding

    Initialization

    Virtual Methods and Dynamic Binding

    Method Overriding

    Fragile Base Class Problem

    Polymorphism

    Abstract Classes

    Sealed Classes

    Heterogeneous Collections

    ToString

    Format Strings

    String Formatting Methods

    Type Conversions

    Exception Fundamentals

    Structured Exception Handling

    User-Defined Exception Classes

    Inner Exceptions

    Interface Fundamentals

    Programming with Interfaces

    Using Interfaces at Runtime

    Resolving Ambiguities

    Collections

    IEnumerable and IEnumerator

    Copy Semantics and ICloneable

    Comparing Objects

    Generic Types

    Type-Safe Collections

    Delegates

    Anonymous Methods

    Events

    Creating Windows Applications Using Visual Studio

    Partial Classes

    Buttons, Labels and Textboxes

    Handling Events

    Listbox Controls

    Auto-Implemented Properties

    Implicitly Typed Variables

    Object Initializers

    Object Initializers

    Collection Initializers

    Anonymous Types

    Partial Methods

    Extension Methods

    Lambda Expressions

    Language-Integrated Query (LINQ)

Windows Forms

    What Are Windows Forms?

    Windows Forms Class Hierarchy

    Building a Form

    The Application Class

    Trapping Events

    Buttons

    Labels and Textbox Controls

    Using the Forms Designer

    Code Generated by Forms Designer

    Creation of Internal Order Group

    Creating Attractive Forms

    Creating Easy To Use Forms

    Checkbox, Radio Button, and Group Box

    Numeric Up/Down

    Trackbar

    Progress

    MonthCalendar

    DateTimePicker

    List box and Combo box

    Domain UpDown

    List View

    Storing Objects in List Controls

    Working with Dialogs

    Modal vs. Modeless Dialogs

    Message Boxes

    Common Dialogs

    Creating a Modal Dialog

    Modal vs. Modeless Dialogs

    Configuring the Dialog Result

    Access Data from the Dialog

    Validating Data

    Error Provider Control

    Modal Dialogs

    Creating a Modeless Dialog

    Main Menusits

    Context Menus

    Building a Status Bar

    Building a Toolbar

    Using the Timer Control

    Panel

    Tree View

    Splitter

    Tab Control

    Resources

    Image Resources

    Resource Files

    String Resources

    Working with Resources in Visual Studio

    Resource Managers

    Cultures and Internationalization

    Building Localizable Forms

    ADO.NET Overview

    .NET Data Providers

    Using DataReaders

    Data Sets

    Data Tables

    Data Views

    Data Binding

    Interacting with XML Data

    Tool Strip Control

    Split Container Control

    Web Browser Control

    Data Grid View Control

    Other .NET Controls

    New Data Binding

    Application Settings

    Background Worker Component

    Click Once Deployment

ASP.NET

    From ASP to ASP.NET

    Web Forms

    Web Services

    ASP.NET Features

    Page Class

    Web Forms Life Cycle

    Web Forms Event Model

    -Behind

    Request/Response Programming

    HTTP Request Class

    HTTP Collections

    HTTP Response Class

    Redirection

    HTTP Utility Class

    Using Visual Web Developer

    Visual Studio Forms Designerv

    Using Components

    Shadow Copying

    Using the Global.asax File

    Data Binding

    Session State

    Application State

    Multi Threading Issues

    Cookies

    HTML Server Controls

    Web Forms Server Controls

    Rich Controls

    Validation Controls

    User Controls

    What Is Caching

    Page-Level Caching

    Page Fragment Caching

    Optimizing Your ASP.NET Application

    Application Caching

    Configuration Overview

    Authentication and Authorization

    Forms Authentication

    Windows Authentication

    Security and ASP.NET

    Debugging

    Application Tracing

    Page Tracing

    Error Handling

    Most recent ASP.NET Controls

    Menus

    Master Pages

    Data Source Controls

    Connection String Storage

    Grid View

    Details View

    Form View

    Object Data Sources

    List View

    Data Pager

    Linq Data Source

    Configuration Overview

    Themes

    Skins

    Security in ASP.NET

    Membership and Roles

    Login Controls

    User Profiles

    Rich Client Applications

    AJAX

    Script Manager

    Update Panel 5

    Pipeline Architecture

    Context

    Applications

    Handlers

    Modules

Webservice

    Introduction to Distributed Computing

    Network Latency

    Object State and Scalability

    Interoperability

    SOAP

    WSDL

    UDDI

    Web Service Business Models

    Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)

    ASP.NET Web Services

    Web Service Enhancements (WSE)

    Windows Communications Framework (WCF)

    Creating a Web Service Using ASP.NET

    Deploying a Web Service Using IIS

    Testing a Web Service

    HTTP

    XML

    SOAP

    Web Service Clients

    WSDL

    Using Visual Studio to Develop Web Services

    Visual Web Developer

    Using ASP.NET Development Server

    An Overview of the Web Services Namespaces

    Deriving from the WebService Class

    @Webservice Attribute

    WebService Class

    Adding a WebMethod to Web Services

    Debugging Web Services

    Web Service Proxies

    Web Services Description Language Tool (Wsdl.exe)

    Understanding the Proxy Code

    Creating a Proxy with Visual Studio

    Returning Complex User-Defined Data Types

    Writing a Client for the Google Search API

ADO.NET

    Microsoft Data Access Technologies

    From ADO to ADO.NET

    ADO.NET Architecture

    Namespaces and Classes

    Interfaces

    DataSets and Disconnected Access

    First ADO.NET Programs

    Acme Computer Case Study

    .NET Data Providers

    IDbConnection

    Connection Classes

    Connection Strings

    Connection Pooling

    Connection Events

    Error Handling

    Database Programs with ASP.NET

    IDbCommand

    Command Objects

    Creating Commands

    Executing Commands

    Parameterized Queries

    Command Types

    Using Stored Procedures

    Batch Queries

    DataReaders

    IDataRecord

    Type-Safe Accessors

    Null Columns

    ExecuteReader Options

    Multiple Result Sets

    Obtaining Schema Information

    Data Set

    Data Adapter

    Command Objects

    Data Table

    Data Column

    Data Row

    Row States and Versions

    Accept or Reject Changes

    Data Table Events

    Updating a Database from a Data Set

    Command Builders

    Filtering Data Tables

    Multiple Table DataSets

    Schema

    Constraints

    Relations

    Navigating a DataSet

    DataMapping

    Creating a DataSet Programmatically

    Strong Coupling Between ADO.NET and XML

    Rendering XML from a DataSet

    Controlling XML Output

    Reading XML into a DataSet

    XML Schema and DataSets

    Typed DataSets

    Table Adapters

    Synchronizing DataSets and XML

    XML Serialization

    Using Server Explorer in Visual Studio

    Asynchronous Database Operations

    Multiple Active Result Sets

    Bulk Copy in ADO.NET

WCF

    What is WCF?

    Address, Binding and Contract

    WCF Services and Clients

    IIS Hosting

    WCF Architecture

    Addresses

    Bindings

    Message Exchange Patterns

    Configuring Bindings

    Interoperating with ASMX Web Services

    Hosting in a Console Application

    Channel Factories

    Multiple Endpoints

    Defining Service Contracts

    Defining Operation Contracts

    Services With Multiple Contracts

    Contract Inheritance

    Operation Overloading

    Using Per-Call Services

    Using Per-Session Services

    Using Singleton Services

    Configuring Behaviors

    Implementing Data Contracts

    Mapping Data Contracts to XSD Schema

    Serialization

    Arrays and Generic Collections

    Enums

    Versioning Data Contracts

    Versioning Service Contracts

    Implementing Message Exchange Patterns

    Oneway Contracts

    Duplex Contracts

    Asynchronous Proxies

    Faults and Exceptions

    Generating and Handling Faults

    Fault Contracts

    Faults and Sessions

WPF

    Why WPF?

    What Is WPF?

    NET Framework 4.5 (WinFX)

    WPF Overview

    Application and Window

    A Simple WPF Application

    Using Visual Studio

    Brushes

    Panels

    Role of XAML

    Elements and Attributes

    Namespaces

    Property Elements

    Type Converters

    Content Property

    Collections

    vXAML and Procedural Code

    Button

    Label

    TextBox

    ToolTip

    RadioButton

    CheckBox

    ListBox

    ComboBox

    Sizing

    Positioning

    Transforms

    Canvas

    Drawing Shapes

    StackPanel

    WrapPanel

    DockPanel

    Grid

    Scrolling

    Scaling

    Message Boxes

    Win32 Common Dialogs

    Custom Modal Dialogs

    Custom Modeless Dialogs

    Menus

    Context Menus

    Icons on Menu Items

    Commands

    Keyboard Shortcuts

    Disabling Menu Items

    Checking Menu Items

    Toolbars

    Toolbars and Commands

    Status Bars

    Binding Sources

    Sharing Sources with DataContext

    Data Templates

    Value Converters

    Collection Views

    Data Providers

    Validation Rules

MVC

    ASP and ASP.NET WebForms

    Web Standards and REST

    JavaScript and AJAX

    The MVC Design Pattern

    Unit Testing

    Managing Dependencies

    ASP.NET Platform

    Controllers, Models, and Views

    URL Routing

    Controller Actions

    Razor View Engine

    Extensibility

    Persistence Ignorance

    Repository Pattern

    Object Relational Mapping (ORM)

    ADO.NET

    Entity Framework (EF)

    nHibernate

    Using an IoC Containe

    Introduction to Routing

    Defining Routes

    Route Evaluation

    The Controller Factory

    Constraints

    Exempting URLs

    Constructing Outgoing URLs

    Unit Testing Route

    IController, Controller Base, and Controller

    Defining Actions

    Action Selectors

    Action Filters

    HTTP Verbs

    Http Context and Route Data

    Maintaining Testability

    Returning Data with Action Result

    Parameters and the Model Binder

    Asynchronous Action Methods

    View Engines

    Templates and Scaffolding

    Razor Syntax

    ViewData and ViewBag

    Strongly-Typed Views

    Layout Pages

    Custom Sections

    Partial Views

    Child Actions

    Using a View Model Object

    Basic Helpers

    Strongly-Typed Helpers

    Creating Custom Helpers

    Declarative Helpers

    Data Annotations

    Validation HTML Helpers

    ModelState

    IValidatableObject

    Client Side Validation

    Using Windows Authentication

    Building a Custom Account Controller

    Configuring Forms Authentication

    Using the Authorize Attribute

    Controller Actions for Ajax

    Ajax Helpers

    Unobtrusive Ajax

    Ajax with jQuery

    Customizing and Extending ASP.NET MVC

    ASP.NET MVC Pipeline

    Advanced Routing

    Custom Global Filters

    Customizing MVC Code Templates

    Creating a Custom Controller Factory

    Server Requirements

    Configuration Options