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Microsoft .NET Applications MCSD/MCAD/MCDBA 70-316

12 Month Subscription - $70
Live Mentor +$30

Summary:
This series provides the learner with an overview of the .NET framework with Visual C# .NET and Visual Studio .NET. It also covers how to use the framework to build applications with forms, components, assemblies, and Web Services. In addition to covering these foundational elements, the series of courses also includes information on data access, manipulation, and binding, along with user assistance and accessibility to complete a .NET application. The final steps of the development process, testing and deployment, are covered, including tracing, debugging code, Setup project, installation of components, and security measures.

Certification:
MCSD/MCAD/MCDBA 70-316

Audience:
This series is for anyone preparing for the Microsoft Certification Exam 70-316 or for anyone who wants to learn more about developing and implementing applications using the .NET framework.

Features:
●  A glossary
●  A Skill Assessment

Topics included in this course:
Microsoft .NET Applications MCSD/MCAD/MCDBA 70-316 : Windows Forms
Microsoft .NET Applications MCSD/MCAD/MCDBA 70-316 : Components, Assemblies, and Services
Microsoft .NET Applications MCSD/MCAD/MCDBA 70-316 : Data Binding and Data Manipulation
Microsoft .NET Applications MCSD/MCAD/MCDBA 70-316 : User Assistance and Accessibility
Microsoft .NET Applications MCSD/MCAD/MCDBA 70-316 : Testing, Deployment, Configuration and Support
Microsoft .NET Applications MCSD/MCAD/MCDBA 70-316 : Practice Exams

Microsoft .NET Applications MCSD/MCAD/MCDBA 70-316 : Windows Forms
Summary: Time: 3.0 hour(s)
This course provides an introduction to the .NET framework and how to use it to design forms with Windows Form Designer and classes. Elements of forms such as a graphical user interface, controls with events, and input validation are also presented. Single- and multiple document applications are contrasted and exception handling using try, catch, and blocks are discussed.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Create forms and set properties using Windows Form Designer.
Build graphical interface elements with System.Drawing namespace.
Add controls to a Windows form and the code to handle control events.
Understand control-based, keystroke-level, and field-level input validation.
Understand and implement exception handling.

Topics:
Understanding the .NET Framework
Using the Windows Forms Designer
Using Classes
Handling Events
Building GUI Elements
Understanding Control Properties
Using Common Controls
Using Dialog Boxes and Menus
Creating Multiple Document Interface Applications
Adding Controls
Understanding Exceptions
Handling Exceptions
Validating User Input

Microsoft .NET Applications MCSD/MCAD/MCDBA 70-316 : Components, Assemblies, and Services
Summary:
This course explains what is needed to create custom components by inheriting from the Component, Control, and UserControl classes. Security, versioning, and deployment of these components are examined with the use of .NET assemblies. The capability of .NET applications to extend Internet connectivity is also covered with Web Services using SOAP, UDDI, and WSDL protocols. In addition, the integration of legacy code through .NET's API, ActiveX, COM, and COM+ functionality is discussed, since application development often involves working with existing legacy code.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Create custom components using Component, Control and UserControl classes, and extend control functionality through visual inheritance.
Understand the types of assemblies in the .NET framework.
Instantiate and invoke a Web Service.
Access Windows API through Platform Invoke.
Use ActiveX controls and COM components.

Topics:
Creating .NET Components from the Component Class
Creating .NET Components from the Control Class
Creating .NET Assemblies
Using Active X Controls
Using COM Components
Using Platform Invoke
Understanding Web Services
Using Web Services
Creating a Web Service
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Microsoft .NET Applications MCSD/MCAD/MCDBA 70-316 : Data Binding and Data Manipulation
Summary:
This course explains what is needed to make data available to users by binding data to the interface, and transforming and filtering data to provide only what the user requires. .NET methods for accessing and manipulating data from file-based storage, relational databases, and XML files through Ad-Hoc queries and stored procedures are also covered. Data binding and manipulating data are two of the most important application development tasks in the .NET framework.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Bind data to user interface using simple and complex data binding techniques.
Understand how to transform and filter data at the server and within the client application.
Access, manipulate, and consume data from file-based data storage, relational databases, and XML data files.
Understand Ad-Hoc queries and stored procedures used to access SQL server databases.
Use the ADO .NET Object Model to make data available within an application.
Handle database errors using SqlException and SqlError objects.

Topics:
Simple Data Binding
Complex Data Binding
Transformation and Filters
Transact-SQL Statements
Ad Hoc SQL Server Queries
SQL Server Queries using Stored Procedures
Data Access
The ADO.NET Object Model
XML Data
Database Errors
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Microsoft .NET Applications MCSD/MCAD/MCDBA 70-316 : User Assistance and Accessibility
Summary:
This course explains how to implement globalization in a .NET application through the localization process and attention to cultures. Learners can use an HTML help file example project to learn about the creation of user assistance. The course also covers planning and implementing accessibility features, including control properties. The implementation of print capability, with the use of Windows printing controls and specific .NET properties, is also discussed.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Apply the localization process in the user interface with culture-specific formatting and resources.
Plan and implement user assistance and accessibility features.
Create an HTML help file.
Implement print capability through Windows printing controls and .NET properties.

Topics:
Understanding localization
Working with cultures
Resource files
Character encoding
User interface mirroring
Managing user input
HTML help
Implementing user assistance
Understanding accessibility
Printing text
Printing graphics
Using print controls
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Microsoft .NET Applications MCSD/MCAD/MCDBA 70-316 : Testing, Deployment, Configuration and Support
Summary:
This course explains what you need to test, debug, and deploy a .NET application. The course details the methods used to test an application, including using classes in the .NET framework for testing and debugging an application at runtime. Deployment tools are discussed with XCOPY, Windows Installer, and Web-based deployment methods. Monitoring, configuring and securing an application are also examined in order to obtain optimal performance in a dynamic setting.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Understand the different types of testing: unit, integration, and regression.
Implement tracing using the Trace and Debug classes including trace listeners and switches.
Perform step-by-step debugging using .NET debugging features.
Create a setup program that allows an application to be deployed using removable media or through Web-based or network-based deployment.
Monitor an application's performance through the use of the Process, Event Log, and Performance Counter classes.
Configure the security level and role-based authorizations and permissions for an application.

Topics:
Application testing
Tracing
Debugging
Deployment tools
Setup projects
Shared assemblies
Creating and deploying components
URL remoting
Deployment considerations
Microsoft logo requirements
Monitoring application performance
Dynamic configuration
Planning application security
Granting permissions
Configuring authorization
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Microsoft .NET Applications MCSD/MCAD/MCDBA 70-316 : Practice Exams
Summary:
This course provides two practice exams for the Microsoft 70-316 certification exam.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Practice for the Microsoft .NET Applications
MCSD/MCAD/MCDBA 70-316 exam.

Topics:
Taking the Microsoft .NET Applications
MCSD/MCAD/MCDBA 70-316 exam
Practice exam 1
Practice exam 2
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12 Month Subscription - $70
Live Mentor +$30