Learn ASP.NET MVC in a Day!
Presenter: Jeff EtterWhere: Onsite at CODE Training Center (6605 Cypresswood Dr. Suite 300, Spring, TX 77379) or remotely via GoToMeeting
When: Oct 30, 2012 (Tuesday)
Desc: An in-depth lecture style training to educate attendees about ASP.NET MVC
CODE Training and EPS Software will be holding an intensive 1-day lecture style boot-camp on ASP.NET MVC specifically designed for developers of business applications who wish to learn the latest Microsoft .NET technologies. Attendees of this class will learn how to use ASP.NET MVC and will have gained an understanding of ASP.NET MVC to a point where they can start working on ASP.NET MVC applications productively on their own. Attendees of this class will also be able to judge whether a scenario is appropriate for MVC and they will have a good understanding of how MVC will impact their future development efforts.
The training class will be held at our offices in Houston, Texas as well as online via GoToMeeting. After the class, attendees will receive the PowerPoint slides, the code samples and videos of each class as reference materials.
Note: This class can also be booked at a discount as part of our new Web Combo class.
|9:00 – 10:15||
Intro to ASP.NET MVC and the MVC Pattern
What is the ASP.NET MVC Framework? Why does it exist? What are the use cases, its history, predecessors, and competitors? Have the MVC pattern demystified.
|10:15 – 10:30||BREAK|
|10:30 – 12:00||
Controllers and Models
Controllers are the starting point for every request in ASP.NET MVC, and as such, a great topic to start our in-depth exploration of ASP.NET MVC. Controllers orchestrate, decide how to retrieve information and pass it to the "view". This information is referred to as "the model" in ASP.NET MVC, which is also a topic of discussion in this session.
|12:00 – 13:30||LUNCH BREAK|
|13:30 – 14:45||
The previous session explored the Controller and the Model (the "M" and the "C" in "MVC"), which leaves the Views (the "V" part). Views are a way to present information to the user. While the Controller and the Model can be seen as the logic part of the UI layer, the View is the part that is actually visible to the user. In a Web world, this mostly (but not always) means HTML. MVC supports different "View Engines", each providing a slightly different way to create the resulting UI (HTML). This session mainly discusses the 2 integrated view engines (mostly the new "Razor" view engine, but also the traditional "Code Nuggets" engine). This session also briefly discusses the use of other view engines, although the main focus is on the default engines provided by Microsoft.
|14:45 – 15:00||BREAK|
|15:00 – 16:30||
Advanced Topics: AJAX, Services, JSON and more
|16:30 – 16:45||BREAK|
|16:45 – ??||
Ask the Experts / Q&A
Got questions? Ask the experts and hit the ground running!
Attendees of this class may also be interested in:
- Learn ASP.NET MVC in a Day
- Learn HTML5 and CSS3 in a Day
- A Day SOA and WCF with Markus Egger
or combine these classes and save almost $100 on our Web Combo!
Registration is extremely limited. For more information please e-mail email@example.com or call Christopher at 832-717-4445 x 13.
Discounts may be available for companies who have previously attended our classes. Call Christopher for details. Please note that instructors & exact curriculum may change. All sales are final.
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At a Glance:
Presenter: Jeff Etter
When: Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Downloadable recordings of all the sessions
Certificate of Completion
Free CODE Magazine subscription
Discount off of future CODE Training Classes
Intro to ASP.NET MVC
Business Apps with ASP.NET MVC
Ask the Experts / Q & A
Event can be attended either on-site in our Houston offices or remotely via GoToMeeting.
CODE Training & EPS Software Corp
6605 Cypresswood Drive, Suite 300
Spring, TX 77379
Phone: 832-717-4445 ext 13