So, What is .NET MVC? Let us have a glimpse...
The traditional Webforms Classic ASP.net largely abstracted developers from the inner working of web, but MVC pattern of ASP.NET lets us to embrace web and also follow along with the object oriented concepts. Classic ASP.net developers will initially have little problems to come to track with MVC, since they crave for server side controls and events, which are absent here. But with time and practice, MVC will appear more natural than classic ASP.net development. Our training will let you understand why, how and when to use MVC. We hope you will enjoy learning it.
MVC is a framework and not a new Programming language. MVC is a technology which is not just tied to Microsoft Platform! MVC is a modern software design pattern specially used on web and is useful since it seperates UI (User Interface) from user input (URL) and the underlying data models. With MVC, Testing of your application is very natural. However MVC requires you to be a master in basic web concepts preferably with older classic ASP.net. Previously, Classic ASP.net developers do never have to worry about the underlying principle of web, since developers used to wireup events with the controls in an abstracted mechanism. MVC requires you to embrace the web and work closeup with the web! Believe me, there is no such direct concept of event handling in MVC! For example, there is no server side Button_Click function to handle a button's click! So how do we process such events?!
Oh, One more important point, with MVC the URL is more natural and intuitive, therefore you will get more SEO (Search Engine Optimised) search results. Please see below for a comprehensive personal training on MVC online from India.
A Beginner's introduction to ASP.net MVC.
Overview of Online ASP.NET MVC Training Course in India
- Learn to compare between the classic ASP.net and MVC ASP.net
- Learn to compare between the Standard ASP.net MVC and ASP.net Core MVC
- Setting up for ASP.net Core Development
- Creating your first ASP.net Core application
- Understanding ASP.net core Project structure
- Understanding ASP.net Core In-Process hosting
- Understanding ASP.net Core Out-Of-Process hosting
- Tweaking with the application settings in JSON files
- Understanding Middleware in ASP.net Core
- Tweaking Middlewares to configure request processing pipelines
- ASP.net core developer exception page
- Configuring ASP.net core environmental variables
- Setup MVC with ASP.net Core
- Understanding Dependency Injection with ASP.net Core
- Learn MVC Fundamentals and the http protocol essentials
- Learn the MVC URL Routing mechanism
- Learn how to work with Razor Syntax and compare with old ASP Systax
- Learn to use typed Models for passing to Views
- Learn to work with various scaffold templates for inserting/updating/deleting/listing database records
- Learn to use multiple models to a single view.
- Learn to use Html Helpers to easily render html.
- Learn to use cascading dropdown using Dropdown helper.
- Learn to create custom MVC Helpers using extention methods
- Learn to use Action Filters and create custom Action Filter.
- Learn to implement MVC Global Filters
- Learn to use Partial View and Child Actions
- Learn Entity Framework with 'Code-First' approach
- Learn to use Layout view or master pages .
- Learn to working with Ajax to call MVC Server Controller's Actions.
- Learn to create and use WEB API using http verbs.
- Use Chart control in MVC from server side
- Use Chart control in MVC from client side using AJAX
- Creating PDF online and saving
- Creating Custom Picture (Eg. Generating Certificates) and saving
The course requires you to have a sound familiarity with web and .NET concepts with a firm knowledge in C# Programming language. We will be using Lamdas, Delegates, Extension methods and Object Oriented Design Principles wherever applicable. So, be sure that you are already well versed with these concepts, otherwise additional time and training fees may be applicable.
Let’s have a little detailed look on what MVC is and how does MVC fits into the modern web development arena.
ASP.NET MVC is used to develop dynamic website using Microsoft .NET Technology.
A dynamic website is a website which has got user interactivity. User interactivity means that you can fill a form, click a button and website will respond to you by sending back some information to you. A static website on the other hand is just a simple collection of text and images that are put to display, with no scope for the user to ask or submit for information to the website. A static website contains a lot of hyperlinks which is a link to another static web page. Web was largely static from its inception. In that sense a static collection of web pages can be thought as a book containing thousands of pages. You can never ask a book a question!
Advent of dynamic websites revolutionized the internet. Many programming languages have come to just cater the need of submitting and asking a website some information. Even with passage of time information in a static website may be stale and back dated unless you are reading some historical information!
There are quite a lot of programming technologies available to create a dynamic website: ASP.NET, PHP, JSP, ColdFusion, Python etc. Each of them has their own advantage. With ASP.NET we are sure to find huge advantages. With dynamic compilation to complete object oriented implementation, programming web applications with ASP.NET has its own charm! If you have any previous knowledge with any of the web development platform, you can easily follow along with ASP.NET too. You will require a moderate to good knowledge of Object Oriented Programming to appreciate ASP.NET. However, if you don’t possess any web concepts, relax, you can learn ASP.NET as well. All you fundamentally need is to have a basic knowledge of Programming with C++ or Java or VB and a little concepts of basic static web page development with plain HTML will be required. Having exposed to object oriented programming will help you learn faster and better.
With ASP.NET there are two distinct ways to program. One, the traditional approach, known as WebForms technology. This approach is an easy, straight forward and has been there for almost 2 decades! But this approach hides many underlying web concepts from the programmer. This approach is good for those people who would quickly create an website with their existing knowledge base. However, there is a secondary approach, which is now the first choice for web developers, because of its simplicity, direct web integration and ease of testability. We call it MVC!
MVC stands for Model, View and Controller. In this approach we divide a web application into multiple artifacts each having its distinct role in web development. In MVC we have a clear separation of html which is the presentation layer, from the Business objects and Business validations to the underlying Data access layer. Any of the two layers are often quite oblivious of their individual workings. Even a few times some layer can be easily replaced by other similar implementation and the whole application will not break. This can be attained by
using the principle of Dependency Injection in object oriented design pattern which enables us to create a robust object oriented loosely-coupled systems. Sounds great! Right?
MVC is not just tied to any programming language or technology. It is a web development methodology which has been implemented by many existing web technologies like ASP.NET, PHP and JSP. Using MVC with ASP.NET we develop Web application that can be highly scalable and testable. With the advent of .NET Core, we can now program web with MVC not only for windows server but also for LINUX and MAC. That is, we can now host a ASP.net MVC web application in all major server operating systems. There are more benefits of writing ASP.net MVC application. For example a clear URL. For example to get a Product catalogue for a particular product we can use a more intuitive clear URL
Instead of a traditional URL that looks little uglier like:
These clean looking URL are a favourite eye candy for Search Engines like Google and Bing. Hence you will attract more customers just by using MVC methodology! Not only clean URLs but also MVC lets us to concentrate on the exact peace of Html that we will need, and therefore the content of a web page is also very clean with clear Html. All these help to get your website easily noticed by search engines and your website automatically get search engine optimized!
With us, we promise to deliver a high end MVC training power packed with the necessary web and C# concepts using which you will love to develop your own ASP.net MVC website!
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