ASP.NET AJAX Using C#

 

 

 

ASP.NET AJAX Using C# Training Class Summary

This two-day course provides a practical introduction to developing rich Internet applications using ASP.NET AJAX and C#. Because of the extensive support provided by Microsoft’s AJAX tools, an ASP.NET programmer can get up and running in this new environment quickly. This course shows the way. It is current to ASP.NET 4.5.1 and Visual Studio 2013. The course includes an introduction to the JavaScript library jQuery UI and the open source components JuiceUI that encapsulate jQuery UI widgets for use by ASP.NET programmers.

Audience: ASP.NET developers who wish to become productive in ASP.NET AJAX.

Prerequisites: A good working knowledge of Web application development using ASP.NET, Visual Studio and C#. The student should have a basic knowledge of HTML. Some familiarity with ADO.NET, and JavaScript would be helpful for understanding the case study and some of the examples

Class Length: 2 days

ASP.NET AJAX Using C# Training Class Objectives
  • Gain a thorough understanding of the philosophy and implementation of rich Internet applications
  • Explain the benefits of AJAX in creating non-blocking and interactive Web applications
  • Use ASP.NET AJAX and Visual Studio to easily implement AJAX applications
  • Create visually rich and attractive Web applications with controls in the AJAX Control Toolkit
  • Create interactive web pages using jQuery UI and JuiceUI
ASP.NET AJAX Using C# Training Class Detailed Outline
  1. Rich Internet Applications and AJAX
    • Desktop Applications
    • Web Applications
    • Rich Client Applications
    • Using Plug-Ins
    • Using JavaScript
    • Asynchronous Communication
    • AJAX
    • Microsoft’s AJAX Technologies
    • ASP.NET Enhancements
    • A Simple AJAX Application
  2. ASP.NET AJAX Client Library
    • Components of Microsoft’s AJAX Support
    • ScriptManager
    • Client-Side Page Lifecycle
    • Debugging Support
    • JavaScript Extensions
    • Object-Oriented Programming Support
    • Global API Shortcuts
    • Embedded JavaScript Resources
  3. Partial Page Rendering
    • UpdatePanel Control
    • Update Modes
    • Triggers
    • Using a Timer
    • PageRequestManager
    • Partial Page Update Lifecycle
    • UpdateProgress Control
    • Limitations and Performance Issues
  4. Remote Method Calls
    • Web Service Methods
    • Handling Errors
    • Using Context
    • Page Methods
    • JSON Serialization
    • ScriptMethod Attribute
  5. AJAX Control Toolkit
    • Using ACT Controls in Visual Studio
    • Extender Controls
    • Use of Style Sheets
    • Page Layout Controls
    • Popup Controls
    • ACT Controls and Web Services
  6. jQuery UI and JuiceUI
    • jQuery
    • jQuery UI
    • Juice UI
    • Using jQuery UI and JuiceUI