Description

In this five-day instructor-led training program, developers learn the fundamental skills that are required to design and develop object-oriented applications for the Web and Microsoft Windows by using Microsoft Visual C# .NET as well as the Microsoft Visual Studio .NET development environment. This training program provides an alternative entry point for less experienced professionals who are not familiar with object-oriented design and programming with Windows or the Web.

 

Radiant Teachlearning offers Introduction to C# Programming with Microsoft .NET Training Program in Classroom and Virtual instructor Led/Online mode.

 

Duration: 5 days

 

Learning Objectives

After accomplishing this training program, professionals will be able to:

  • Explain the .NET platform.
  • Configure and use Visual Studio .NET.
  • Program with C#.
  • Implement methods.
  • Implement encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism in C#.
  • Use C# within the .NET Framework.
  • Utilize Microsoft ADO.NET to manipulate and get access to data in a database.
  • Create feature-rich Windows-based applications.
  • Create a Web app with help of Web Forms.
  • Utilize XML Web services in C# app.
  • Experiment with more advanced features of C#.

Pre-requisite

Experience with object-oriented programming and concepts is not required for this training program. Before attending this training program, professionals must have competency in the following areas:

  • Familiarity and comfort with basic operating system functions such as file manipulation.
  • Acknowledging of the basics of structured programming, including concepts such as flow control, variables and parameters, and function calls.
  • At least three months experience developing applications in either a graphical or non-graphical environment, or equivalent knowledge.

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Audience Profile

This training program is intended for:

  • Developers who are not familiar with object-oriented programming.
  • Developers who acknowledge computer programming, but may have learned programming by using a non-graphical language in a university.

These professionals want to build highly functional Web as well as Windows solutions and Web Services with the help of Microsoft Visual C# .NET and the Microsoft .NET Framework.

Course Content

Lesson 1: Getting Started

In this lesson professionals learn about concepts that are central to the Microsoft .NET Framework, platform, and the Microsoft Visual Studio .NET integrated development environment (IDE); describes how to work in the development environment and explains how to utilize Visual Studio .NET to create as well as build apps based on Microsoft .NET.

Lessons

  • Introduction to .NET and the .NET Framework
  • Exploring Visual Studio .NET
  • Creating a Windows Application Project

After accomplishing this lesson, professionals will be able to:

  • Identify components of the .NET platform and the .NET Framework by their function.
  • Explore the Visual Studio development environment.
  • Create a basic application based on Microsoft Windows.

 

Lesson 2: Acknowledging C# Language Fundamentals

This lesson explains the syntax and structure of the C# programming language. These topics are essential for professionals to acknowledge in order to be successful in the remainder of the training program; however, it is likely that most professionals will come into the class with some experience  and understanding of how to apply these concepts in other languages.

Lessons

  • Acknowledging the Fundamentals of a C# Program
  • Using C# Predefined Types
  • Writing Expressions
  • Creating Conditional Statements
  • Creating Iteration Statements

Lab: Writing a Savings Account Calculator

After accomplishing this lesson, professionals will be able to:

  • Acknowledge the fundamentals of a C# program.
  • Use C# predefined types.
  • Write expressions.
  • Create conditional statements.
  • Create iteration statements.

 

Lesson 3: Creating Objects in C#

This lesson introduces the fundamentals of object-oriented programming, including the concepts of objects, classes, and methods.

Lessons

  • Defining a Class
  • Declaring Methods
  • Using Constructors
  • Using Static Class Members

Lab: Creating Classes in C#

After accomplishing this lesson, professionals will be able to:

  • Define a class.
  • Declare methods.
  • Use constructors.
  • Use static class members.

 

Lesson 4: Implementing Object-Oriented Programming Techniques in C#

This lesson introduces the fundamentals of object-oriented programming, including the concepts of objects, classes, and methods.

Lessons

  • Designing Objects
  • Using Inheritance
  • Using Polymorphism

Lab: Creating Classes in C#

After accomplishing this lesson, professionals will be able to:

  • Encapsulate information in an object.
  • Create an object that inherits functionality from another object.
  • Implement polymorphism to use abstract classes.

 

Lesson 5: Programming with C#

In lesson professionals get to introduce with various data structures, collections (classes in the System.Collections namespace) as well as including arrays (the System.Array class) , and explains when to use each of these data structures in an application. The lesson also introduces interfaces, describes the concepts and syntax of exception handling, and explains delegates and their use in event handling.

Lessons

  • Using Arrays
  • Using Collections
  • Using Interfaces
  • Using Exception Handling
  • Using Delegates and Events

Lab: Utilizing Arrays

Lab: Utilizing Indexers and Interfaces

Lab: Utilizing Delegates and Events

After accomplishing this lesson, professionals will be able to:

  • Create and use arrays.
  • Use classes in the System.Collections namespace.
  • Use the ArrayList class.
  • Use interfaces.
  • Handle exceptions.
  • Create and call a delegate.
  • Use delegates to handle events.

 

Lesson 6: Building .NET-based Applications with C#

This lesson presents the Microsoft .NET Framework class library, the Object Browser, and methods that are inherited from the System.Object class. This lesson also explains how to format strings and numbers and how to use streams and files.

Lessons

  • Examining the .NET Framework Class Library
  • Overriding Methods from System.Object
  • Formatting Strings and Numbers
  • Using Streams and Files

Lab: Using Streams

After accomplishing this lesson, professionals will be able to:

  • Identify the namespace in .NET Framework class library by its function.
  • Override and implement the ToString method.
  • Format strings, currency, and date values.
  • Read as well as write both text and binary files.

 

Lesson 7: Using ADO.NET to Access Data

This lesson explains how to use Microsoft ADO.NET and the objects in the System.Data namespace to access data in a database. It describes how to create an app based on Microsoft Windows that utilize ADO.NET. This lesson also describes how to use that application to connect to a database, create a query, and use a DataSet object to manage the data, bind data to update, insert, controls, and delete records in a database.

Lessons

  • NET Architecture
  • Create an App That Uses ADO.NET to Access Data
  • Change Database Records

Lab: Creating a Data Access Application with ADO.NET

Lab: Creating a Windows Application That Uses ADO.NET

After accomplishing this lesson, professionals will be able to:

  • Describe ADO.NET.
  • Create a Windows-based application that uses ADO.NET.
  • Connect to a database.
  • Create a query.
  • Use a DataSet object to manage data.
  • Bind DataGrid object to data source.
  • Insert, update, and delete a database record.

 

Lesson 8: Creating Windows-based Applications

This lesson describes how to create menus, common and custom dialog boxes, status bars, and toolbars to enhance the usability of an application based on Microsoft Windows. The purpose of this lesson is to allow the professionals to apply their newly acquired C# language skills and develop useful Windows-based applications.

Lessons

  • Creating the Main Menu
  • Creating and Using Common Dialog Boxes
  • Creating and Using Custom Dialog Boxes
  • Creating and Using Toolbars
  • Creating the Status Bar
  • Creating and Using Combo Boxes

Lab: Building Windows Applications

After accomplishing this lesson, professionals will be able to:

  • Create the main menu.
  • Create and use common dialog boxes.
  • Create and use custom dialog boxes.
  • Create and use toolbars.
  • Create the status bar.
  • Create and use combo boxes.

 

Lesson 9: Using XML Web Services in a C# Program

The lesson introduces the System.Web.Services namespace and the process of building and consuming XML Web services in a C# application.

Lessons

  • Consuming an XML Web Service
  • Building an XML Web Service

Lab: Using XML Web Services

After accomplishing this lesson, professionals will be able to:

  • Request data from an XML Web service from within a C# application.
  • Build an XML Web service.

 

Lesson 10: Creating a Web Application with Web Forms

In this lesson, professionals learn that in Microsoft Visual Studio .NET, professionals can use Web Forms to create programmable Web pages. This lesson introduces the System.Web.UI namespace and describes how to create a Web application with a Web Form. Professionals learn how to add controls to a Web Form and then use the Web Form to submit data and respond to events. The lesson also covers Microsoft ASP.NET state management, security, and configuration settings.

Lessons

  • Creating a Web Forms Application
  • Accessing Data by Using a Web Forms Application
  • Configuring ASP.NET Application Settings

Lab: Developing an ASP.NET Web Application

After accomplishing this lesson, professionals will be able to:

  • Create a Web Forms application.
  • Handle events on a Web Forms application.
  • Access data from a Web Forms application.
  • Configure ASP.NET application settings.

 

Lesson 11: Application Settings and Deployment

This lesson introduces the procedures that are involved in deploying a C# application by using Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. It explains how to deploy both Web-based apps as well as apps that are based on Microsoft Windows. It also describes how to store configure application as well as user preferences settings.

Lessons

  • Working with Application Settings
  • Deploying Applications

Lab: Deploying an ApplicationLab: Working with Application Settings

After accomplishing this lesson, professionals will be able to:

  • Work with application settings.
  • Deploy an application.

 

Lesson 12: Exploring Future Learning

This lesson provides an opportunity for professionals to explore some of the more advanced capabilities of C#, to practice the knowledge and skills that they acquired during the training program, and discuss their questions as a group.

Lessons

  • Exploring Additional Features of C#

After accomplishing this lesson, professionals will be able to:

  • Locate resources for additional C# features.
  • Use those resources to develop any projects that they started earlier in this training program.

 

FAQs

Q: What is C# programming language used for?

 

A: C# is a modern, general-purpose programming language that can be used to perform a wide range of tasks and objectives that span over a variety of professions. C# is primarily used on the Windows .NET framework, although it can be applied to an open source platform.

 

Q: Where can I program C#?

 

A: Compiling and Executing the Program by the following steps:-

  • Start Visual Studio.
  • On the menu bar, choose File -> New -> Project.
  • Choose Visual C# from templates, and then choose Windows.
  • Choose Console Application.
  • Specify a name for your project and click OK button.
  • This creates a new project in Solution Explorer

 

Q: Can I get a job with C#?

 

A: It is possible to get a job as a C# developer if you are well-versed with the basic syntax of the language and are able to write simple programs

 

Q: Where is .NET framework used?

 

A: NET Framework. Software developers use .NET Framework to build many different types of applications such as websites, services, desktop apps, and more with Visual Studio.

 

A: Yes, your employer can pay your fees. 

 

Q: Is there any EMI option?

 

A: Yes, you can easily choose an EMI option through your credit card or Debit card.

 

Q: What is the mode of payment?

 

A: You can submit payment to Radiant by:

  • Debit or credit card
  • Bank transfer 
  • Google pay

 

Q: What is your refund policy? 

 

A: In case of Radiant Techlearning solutions cancel an event, 100% of course fee will be refunded to the participant. 

We provide best-in-class training programs to our clients with large number of services. Radiant also believe in taking feedback from its clients time to time. If you face any kind of difficulty you can freely discuss with us. However due to some reason if your expectations are not met. We do have refund policy in which Radiant will refund your payment within 7 days. To get the refund you have to inform us about your concern before 20% completion of the training program.

 

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