Developing ASP.Net MVC Web Applications

Be a master of developing advanced and dynamic ASP.NET MVC applications

Course Code : 5032

Overview

ASP.NET is an open-source server-side web application framework developed by Microsoft to enable programmers to create dynamic websites, web applications and web services. The MVC model uses three different logic layers to define web applications – the Business layer or the model layer, the Display layer or the View layer and the Input control layer or the Controller layer.

During the course, participants will learn to build advanced ASP.NET MVC applications using .NET Framework 4.5 tools and technologies. The course focuses on engaging participants in coding activities that would help them master development of ASP.Net MVC web applications. Participants will also be taught about the differences between ASP.NET MVC and Web Forms in order to gain a better understanding of both and know the best times to use each.

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Course Delivery

This course is available in the following formats:

Live Classroom
Duration: 5 days

Live Virtual Classroom
Duration: 5 days

What You'll learn

  • Microsoft Web Technologies stack
  • Choosing the right technology for application development
  • Using the ASP.NET routing engine to create logical navigation hierarchies and simple URLs
  • Designing and implementing the architecture of web applications
  • Creating views in MVC applications
  • Ensuring consistency in the overall MVC web
  • Designing MVC models
  • Writing code for efficient implementation of business logic
  • Assigning controllers to MVC Applications
  • Writing JavaScript code
  • Using jQuery script library
  • Optimizing the responsiveness of MVC web applications

Outline

  • Plan data access
  • Plan for separation of concerns
  • Appropriate use of models views, controllers, components and service dependency injection
  • Choosing between client-side and server-side processing
  • Design for scalability
  • Choosing between ASP .NET Core and ASP .NET
  • Choosing when to use .NET standard libraries
  • Design a hybrid application
  • Plan for session management in a distributed environment
  • Plan web farms
  • Run Microsoft Azure services on-premise with Azure Pack
  • Enable deferred processing through Azure features
  • Identify and implement Start, Run and Stop events
  • Code against application events in applications
  • Configure startup tasks including IIS, app pool configuration and third party tools
  • Choose a state management mechanism
  • Plan for scalability
  • Use cookies or local storage to maintain state
  • Apply configuration settings in web.config files
  • Implement session-less state including query strings
  • Configure middleware to enable session and application state in ASP.NET Core
  • Implement page output caching and data caching
  • Create cache profiles
  • Implement HTTP caching
  • Implement Azure Redis caching
  • Plan a content delivery network (CDN) strategy
  • Read and write string and binary data asynchronously
  • Choose a connection loss strategy
  • Decide when to use Web Sockets
  • Implement SignalR
  • Enable Web Socket features in Azure Web App instance
  • Manage configuration sources including XML, JSON and INI files
  • Manage environment variables
  • Implement Option objects
  • Implement multiple environments using files and hierarchical structure
  • Manage sensitive configuration
  • React to runtime configuration changes
  • Implement a custom configuration source
  • Secure configuration by using Azure Key Vault
  • Use Secret Manager tool in development to keep secrets out of code for configuration values
  • Work with file systems using file providers
  • Work with environment variables
  • Determine hosting environment capabilities
  • Implement native components such as PInvoke
  • Implementing native dependencies for hosts including Linux and Windows
  • Using ASP.NET hosting on an Open Web Interface for .NET (OWIN)-based server
  • Add custom request processing modules to the pipeline
  • Add, remove and configure services used in the application
  • Design and implement middleware
  • Design for Kestrel, HTTP Sys Web Server and IIS
  • Design and implement startup filters
  • Design a JavaScript build pipeline using Gulp, Grunt, npm and Bower
  • Design an artefact build strategy using Less, Sass and Font awesome
  • Design and implement a bundling and minification strategy
  • Manage NuGet dependencies
  • Target runtimes including full .NET framework
  • .NET core
  • .NET standard
  • Manage debug and release configurations
  • Include or exclude files from the Build
  • Manage Build resources
  • Implement metadata for projects – version, release notes, descriptions
  • Define other build options – xmlDoc, warningsAsErrors
  • Working with static files in ASP.NET core
  • Implement application publishing using dotnet.exe
  • Managing publishing options in csproj
  • Implement additional tooling
  • Implement pre-publish and post-publish scripts
  • Implement native compilation
  • Publish to Docker container image
  • Deploy Azure Web App using supported deployment models – FTP, Kudu, Web Deploy, Visual Studio Publishing Wizard
  • Provisioning ARM-based resources while deploying applications
  • Implement deployment environments – dev, test and prod in Azure
  • Using deployment slots for staging sites
  • Deploy to Azure Stack
  • Deploy application to IIS using Web Deploy, xcopy and Visual Studio Publishing Wizard
  • Deploy application to Windows Nano Server
  • Deploy application to IIS Hosted Web Core
  • Deploy application to HTTP.sys web server
  • Deploy application to Kestrel on Windows and Linux
  • Implement reverse proxying to Kestrel using IIS and Nginx
  • Create and apply styles by using CSS
  • Structure and lay out the user interface by using HTML
  • Implement dynamic page content based on a design
  • Implement client-side validation
  • Use JavaScript to manipulate the DOM
  • Extend objects by using prototypal inheritance
  • Use AJAX to make partial page updates
  • Implement partial views and view components for reuse in different areas of the application
  • Design and implement pages by using Razor Pages
  • Design and implement layouts to provide visual structure
  • Define and render optional and required page sections
  • Create and use tag and HTML helpers to simplify markup
  • Plan for applications that run on multiple devices and screen resolutions
  • Use media queries and Bootstrap’s responsive grid
  • Detect browser features and capabilities
  • Create a web application that runs across multiple browsers and mobile devices
  • Enable consistent cross-browser experiences with polyfills
  • Implement mobile specific UI elements such as touch input
  • Low bandwidth situations
  • Device orientation changes
  • Define and implement a strategy for working with mobile browsers
  • Use analytical tools to parse HTML
  • Provide an xml sitemap and robots.txt file to improve scraping
  • Write semantic markup for accessibility
  • Use rich snippets to increase content visibility
  • Plan a localization strategy
  • Create and apply resources to UI including JavaScript resources
  • Set cultures
  • Implement server side localization and globalization
  • Apply authorization attributes, filters including global, authentication, and over-ridable filters
  • Choose and implement custom HTTP status codes and responses
  • Implement action results
  • Implement MVC areas
  • Implement Dependency Injection for services in controllers
  • Define a route to handle a URL pattern
  • Apply route constraints
  • Ignore URL patterns
  • Add custom route parameters
  • Define areas
  • Define routes that inter-operate with Single Page Application frameworks such as Angular
  • Create custom middleware and inject it into the pipeline
  • Implement MVC filters and controller factories
  • Control application behavior using action results, model binders, and route handlers
  • Inject services into a view
  • Serialize models and data using supported serialization formats – JSON, XML, protobuf, WCF/SOAP
  • Implement model and property binding, including custom binding and model validation
  • Implement web socket communication in MVC
  • Implement file uploading and multipart data; use AutoRest to build clients
  • Troubleshoot performance, security, and errors;
  • Implement tracing, logging, and debugging including IntelliTrace
  • Enable and configure health monitoring including Performance Monitor;
  • Configure and use App Insights runtime telemetry
  • Handle exceptions across multiple layers
  • Use MVC middleware to configure error handling
  • Use different exception handling strategies for different environments
  • Create and display custom error pages
  • Configure a custom pipeline for error handling
  • Handle first chance exceptions
  • Configure and use App Insights
  • Log application exceptions
  • Create and run unit tests, for example, use the Assert class, create mocks and stubs
  • Create and run web tests including using Browser Link
  • Debug a web application in multiple browsers and mobile emulators
  • Use Azure DevTest Labs
  • Use Visual Studio Team Services
  • Collect diagnostic information by using Azure App Insights
  • Choose log types – event logs, performance counters, and crash dumps
  • Stream logs directly to Visual Studio from a deployed site
  • Debug an Azure application by using Visual Studio and remote debugging
  • Interact directly with remote Azure websites using Server Explorer
  • Authenticate users
  • Enforce authentication settings
  • Implement ASP.NET Core Identity
  • Enable Facebook, Google and other external providers
  • Implement account confirmation, password recovery, and multi-factor authentication
  • Authenticate using Azure Active Directory, Azure Active Directory B2C, Azure Active Directory B2B and Microsoft Identity
  • Manage user session by using cookies
  • Acquire access tokens using the Microsoft Authentication Library (MSAL)
  • Create roles; authorize roles programmatically
  • Configure and work with custom UserStores using middleware
  • Configure controllers and actions to participate in authorization
  • Perform authentication and authorization using tokens including OpenID, OAuth, JWT, SAML, bearer tokens, etc.
  • Apply encryption to application data
  • Apply encryption to the configuration sections of an application; sign application data to prevent tampering
  • Secure data using Azure Key Vault
  • Implement encryption for data protection using the data protection APIs in transit and at rest
  • Secure communication by applying SSL certificates
  • Require SSL for all requests
  • Enable SSL hosting in the development environment
  • Implement SSL using Azure Load Balancers
  • Salt and hash passwords for storage
  • Use HTML encoding to prevent cross-site scripting attacks (ANTI-XSS Library)
  • Implement deferred validation and handle unvalidated requests, like form, querystring, and URL
  • Prevent SQL injection attacks by parameterizing queries
  • Prevent cross-site request forgeries (XSRF)
  • Use Azure Security centre to monitor Azure resources
  • Implement Cross Origin Resource Sharing (CORS)
  • Implement protection against open redirect attacks
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Prerequisites

Participants attending this course must have at least two to three years of experience developing web-based applications using Microsoft Visual Studio and Microsoft ASP.NET. They need to have three to five years of experience developing Microsoft ASP.Net MVC-based solutions and have an understanding of Microsoft Azure web apps. They would also need to have experience in designing and developing web applications in an ASP.NET MVC model, planning and designing user interaction solutions based on business requirements, working with the full software development life cycle of web applications, developing and deploying to multi-tier environments, including Azure; and designing and developing asynchronous solutions

Who Should Attend

This training course from Cognixia is highly recommended for current and aspiring –

  • .Net developers
  • Software developers
  • Software engineers
  • Technical architects
  • Software engineers
  • Sitecore CMS developer
  • Java professionals
  • Business analysts
  • C# developers

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