StepLeaf’s Microsoft .NET framework certification training course allows you to gain skills in design patterns of .net framework. It allows you to build and deploy robust applications, websites, web services and mobile applications through ASP.net MVC, C# and visual Basic.
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Microsoft .NET training course is mainly designed for the students who could dynamically build an application to the web. It is a integrated set of programming language with VB.NET, c++.NET, ASP.NET AND c#which makes your web application faster than before.
By the end of the course students will be able to
Who should go for the course?
It is specially designed for students who has aspiration to become a .NET developer
What are the prerequisites for this Course?
ajax, .net, developmentofconsoleapplication, windowsapplication, oopusingc#.net, dataaccessmechanismsprovidedbyado.net, integratingiiswithasp.net, workingwithpostback, applicationsecurity, ado.net-dataaccess, sqlserver, asp.net, linq
Learning Objectives - In this module, you will understand .NET Framework Architecture, Components, Visual Studio Software Installation and the different languages supported in .NET.
Topics - Introduction to .NET Framework, Architecture, Evolution, .NET Versions, .NET Framework Components, Visual Studio Versions, Installation, Components of IDE, Features of Visual Studio IDE, Creating Project, Solution Using Visual Studio IDE and Shortcuts in IDE.
Structure your learning and get a certificate to prove it.
What are the system requirements for learning this course?
Requirements for working on .NET frameworks includes Windows / Mac / Linux PC, minimum 4GB RAM, 20 GB HDD Storage and processor, i3 or above.
How is the practical session executed?
Visual Studio and MSQL Server management studio have to be set up.
StepLeaf uses a blended learning technique which consists of auditory, visual, hands-on and much more technique at the same time. We assess both students and instructors to make sure that no one falls short of the course goal.