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Dotnet Training in Bangalore

If you are interested in coding and want to establish a good career, you can approach some of the famous Dotnet training institutes in Bangalore. Developed by Microsoft, .NET is a Windows-based software that has a Common Language Infrastructure (CLI). This infrastructure allows you to use dotnet in a variety of applications to execute commands in the software environment called the Common Language Runtime (CLR). Dotnet includes both CLR and FCL (Frame Class Library) and executes commands with great accuracy and high speed. The various services provided by FCL are database connectivity, web application development, user interface, data access, and numeric algorithms. This framework is also used in mobile applications. Windows OS is very popular for use with desktop systems. These days even smartphones designed with this operating system are being launched. All these will definitely create a demand for expert .NET programmers.

The trainers at the Dotnet training institutes in Bangalore will teach you all the basics and advanced concepts of .NET. At MNP Technology, we have both subject matter experts and industry experts in our team of trainers. Their years of experience in the corporate world and teaching students will be an asset that you can take advantage of. Our training program can be customized according to your requirements, preferences, and time availability. We understand the time constraints of professionals and students who want to further their education by taking up certificate programs. Dsm Infotech offers round-the-clock support for students.

Dsm Infotech is one of the best Dotnet training institutes in Bangalore that offers placement assistance. We are associated with some of the leading multi-national companies in the city and other parts of the country. After you complete the course program, you can apply for jobs such as .NET developer, application developer, web architect, software developer, project manager, software architect, or tech lead based on your qualifications. Do you want to know more about our training program? Contact us over the phone or by mail to get more details. At MNP Technologies, we are always ready to help you enhance your skills and improve your chances of employability.

Benefits of taking Dotnet Training Course in Dsm Infotech
Provide an end to end training from scratch

You can get all the information about the Dotnet in the training which covers the entire topic from the basic beginner level to the expert level. The goal of this training is to provide complete information to each and every student.

Get real-time training experience by working on live projects

We provide a Special Focus in Class Room for Practical Classes on Each Topic. As the training is not only focused on just the theoretical concepts but also includes the practical classes in which each student will get individual projects to get trained to get a live experience. Our main aim is to provide students with all the information with which they can easily get a job and work in any IT industry under any circumstances.

Professional trainers with 10+ years of experience

Learn and Work with trainers who have 10+ years of hands-on experience in the same domain.

Flexible class timings- Weekday classes, weekend classes, and Fastrack Classes available.

Course content and syllabus based on students requirements

The syllabus can be discussed with the trainer before the commencement of the classes which can help to have an interactive session as well as an informative session

100% Placement support provided

We provide 100% placement support to each student which would help every individual to get a job before or by the end of the course completion.

Complete Study Material With Hardcopies

All the notes would be provided to the student by the trainer. 

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Dotnet Course Syllabus

The .NET Framework
  • What is the .NET Framework?
  • Common Language Runtime
  • .NET Framework Class Library
  • Assemblies and the Microsoft Intermediate Language (MSIL)
  • Versions of the .NET Framework and Visual Studio
Getting Started with Visual Studio
  • Visual Studio Overview
  • Choosing the Development Settings
  • Resetting the Development Settings
  • Creating a New Project
  • Components of the IDE
  • Code and Text Editor
  • Code Snippets
  • IntelliSense
  • Refactoring Support
  • Debugging
  • Setting Breakpoints
  • Stepping through the Code
  • Watching
  • Autos and Immediate Windows
  • Unit Testing
  • Creating the Test
  • Running the Test
  • Testing with Floating Point Numbers
  • Adding Additional Test Methods
C# Language Foundations
  • Using the C# Compiler (csc.exe)
  • Passing Arguments to Main()
  • Language Syntax
  • Keywords
  • Variables
  • Scope of Variables
  • Constants
  • Comments
  • Data Types
  • Value Types
  • Reference Types
  • Enumerations
  • Implicit Typing
  • Type Conversion
  • Operators
  • Arithmetic Operators
  • Logical Operators
  • Relational Operators
  • Increment & Decrement Operators
  • Bit Shift Operators
  • Assignment Operators
  • The is and as Operators
  • Other Operators
  • Operator Precedence
  • Flow Control
  • if-else Statement
  • switch Statement
  • Looping
  • for Loop
  • foreach
  • while and do-while Loops
  • Exiting from a Loop
  • Skipping an Iteration
  • Structs
  • What Are Structs?
  • Structs Are Value Types
  • Assigning to a Struct
  • Constructors and Destructors
  • Instance Constructors
  • Static Constructors
  • Summary of Constructors and Destructors
  • Field Initializers Are Not Allowed
  • Structs Are Sealed
  • Boxing and Unboxing
  • Structs as Return Values and Parameters
  • Single Dimensional Arrays
  • Accessing Array Elements
  • Multidimensional Arrays
  • Arrays of Arrays: Jagged Arrays
  • Parameter Arrays
  • Copying Arrays
Strings and Regular Expressions
  • The System.String Class
  • Escape Characters
  • String Manipulations
  • String Formatting
  • The StringBuilder Class
  • Regular Expressions
  • Searching for a Match
  • More Complex Pattern Matching
OOPs Concepts
  • Classes
  • Defining a Class
  • Creating an Instance of a Class (Object Instantiation)
  • Class Members
  • Access Modifiers
  • Function Members
  • Overloading Methods
  • Overloading Operators
  • Using Partial Classes
  • Static Classes
  • System.Object Class
  • Implementing Equals
  • ToString() Method
  • Attributes
  • Inheritance
  • Understanding Inheritance
  • Implementation Inheritance
  • Inheritance and Constructors
  • Calling Base Class Constructors
  • Virtual Methods (Polymorphism)
  • Sealed Classes and Methods
  • Abstract Class
  • Abstract Methods
  • Interfaces
  • Defining an Interface
  • Implementing an Interface
  • Implementing Multiple Interfaces
  • Interface Inheritance
  • Overriding Interface Implementations
Collections Interfaces
  • Dynamic Arrays Using the ArrayList Class
  • Stacks
  • Queues
  • Dictionary
  • Indexers and Iterators
  • Implementing IEnumerable and IEnumerator
  • Implementing Comparison Using IComparer and IComparable
Delegates and Events
  • Delegates
  • Creating a Delegate
  • Delegates Chaining (Multicast Delegates)
  • Implementing Callbacks Using Delegates
  • Asynchronous Callbacks
  • Events
  • Handling Events
  • Implementing Events
  • Difference between Events and Delegates
  • Passing State Information to an Event Handler
  • Understanding Generics
  • Generic Classes
  • Using the default Keyword in Generics
  • Advantages of Generics
  • Using Constraints in a Generic Type
  • Generic Interfaces
  • Generic Methods
  • Generic Operators
  • Generic Delegates
  • Generics and the .NET Framework Class Library
  • System.Collections.ObjectModel
Exception Handling
  • Handling Exceptions
  • Handling Exceptions Using the try-catch Statement
  • Handling Multiple Exceptions
  • Throwing Exceptions Using the throw Statement
  • Using Exception Objects
  • The finally Statement
  • Creating Custom Exceptions
  • Processes, AppDomains, and Object Contexts
  • Reviewing Traditional Win32 Processes
  • Interacting with Processes Under the .NET Platform
  • Understanding .NET Application Domains
  • Understanding Object Context Boundaries
  • Threading
  • The Need for Multithreading
  • Starting a Thread
  • Aborting a Thread
  • Passing Parameters to Threads
  • Thread Synchronization
  • Using Interlocked Class
  • Using C# Lock
  • Monitor Class
  • Using the BackgroundWorker Control
  • Testing the Application
Files and Streams
  • Working with Files and Directories
  • Working with Directories
  • Working with Files Using the File and File Info Classes
  • Creating a File Explorer
  • The Stream Class
  • Buffered Stream
  • The File Stream Class
  • Memory Stream
Working with XML
  • Introduction to XML
  • Markup
  • The Document Type Declaration (DTD)
  • Encoding Declaration
  • Writing XML Code using Code Editor
  • XML Syntax
  • XML Reading & Writing
  • Text Writer Fundamentals
  • Text Reader Fundamentals
  • XMLDocument
  • Serialization
  • Binary Serialization
  • XML Serialization
Assemblies and Versioning
  • Assemblies
  • Structure of an Assembly
  • Examining the Content of an Assembly
  • Single and Multi-File Assemblies
  • Understanding Namespaces and Assemblies
  • Private versus Shared Assemblies
  • Creating a Shared Assembly
  • The Global Assembly Cache
  • Putting the Shared Assembly into GAC
  • Making the Shared Assembly Visible in Visual Studio
  • Using the Shared Assembly
Type Reflection, Late Binding, and Attribute-Based
  • Programming
  • The Necessity of Type Metadata
  • Understanding Reflection
  • Understanding Late Binding
  • Building a Custom Metadata Viewer
  • Dynamically Loading Assemblies
  • Reflecting on Shared Assemblies
  • Understanding Attributed
  • Assembly-Level (and Module-Level) Attributes
  • Reflecting on Attributes Using Early Binding
  • Reflecting on Attributes Using Late Binding
  • Putting Reflection, Late Binding, and Custom Attributes in Perspective
  • ADO .NET Introduction
  • ADO vs. ADO .NET
  • ADO .NET Architecture
  • Connecting to Data Sources
  • Choosing a .Net Data Provider
  • Defining a Connection
  • Managing a Connection
  • Handling Connection Exceptions
  • Connection Pooling
  • Performing Connected Database Operations
  • Working in a Connected Environment
  • Building Command Objects
  • Executing the Commands
  • Data Reader Object
  • Using Transactions
  • Perfoming Dis-Connected Database Operations
  • Configuring a DataAdapter to Retrieve Information
  • Populating a DataSet Using a DataAdapter
  • Modifying Data in a DataTable
  • Persisting Changes to a Data Source
  • Working in a Disconnected Environment
  • Building Datasets and DataTables
  • Binding and Saving a Dataset
  • Defining Data Relationships
  • Reading and Writing XML with ADO.NET
  • Creating XSD Schemas
  • Loading Schemas and Data into DataSets
  • Writing XML from a DataSet
  • ASP.NET Introduction
  • The Evolution of Web Development
  • HTML and HTML Forms
  • Server-Side Programming
  • Client-Side Programming
  • Facts about ASP .NET
  • ASP .NET different versions
  • Developing ASP.NET Applications
  • Creating Websites
  • Creating a New Web Application
  • Websites and Web Projects
  • The Hidden Solution Files
  • The Solution Explorer
  • Adding Web Forms
  • Migrating a Website from a Previous Version of Visual Studio
  • Designing a Web Page
  • Adding Web Controls
  • The Properties Window
  • The Anatomy of a Web Form
  • The Web Form Markup
  • The Page Directive
  • The Doctype
  • Writing Code
  • The Code-Behind Class
  • Adding Event Handlers
  • IntelliSense and Outlining
  • Visual Studio Debugging
  • The Visual Studio Web Server
  • Single-Step Debugging
  • Variable Watches
Creating N-Tier Applications
  • Multi-Tier Architectures
  • Creating an N-Tier ASP.NET Application
  • The Data Tier
  • The Middle Tier
  • The Presentation Tier
  • Managing Concurrency
Web Form Fundamentals
  • The Anatomy of an ASP.NET Application
  • ASP.NET File Types
  • ASP.NET Application Directories
  • Introducing Server Controls
  • HTML Server Controls
  • Converting an HTML Page to an ASP.NET Page
  • A Deeper Look at HTML Control Classes
  • HTML Control Events
  • Advanced Events with the HtmlInputImage Control
  • The HtmlControl Base Class
  • The HtmlContainerControl Class
  • The HtmlInputControl Class
  • The Page Class
  • Sending the User to a New Page
  • HTML Encoding
  • Application Events
  • The Global.asax File
  • Additional Application Events
  • ASP.NET Configuration
  • The web.config File
  • Nested Configuration
  • Storing Custom Settings in the web.config File
  • The Website Administration Tool (WAT)
Web Controls
  • Stepping Up Web Controls
  • Basic Web Control Classes
  • The Web Control Tags
  • Web Control Classes
  • The WebControl Base Class
  • Units
  • Enumerations
  • Colors
  • Fonts
  • Focus
  • The Default Button
  • List Controls
  • Multiple-Select List Controls
  • The BulletedList Control
  • Table Controls
  • Web Control Events and AutoPostBack
  • How Postback Events Work
  • The Page Life Cycle
  • A Simple Web Page
  • Improving the Greeting Card Generator
  • Generating the Cards Automatically
  • Understanding Validation
  • The Validator Controls
  • Server-Side Validation
  • Client-Side Validation
  • The Validation Controls
  • A Simple Validation Example
  • Other Display Options
  • Manual Validation
  • Validating with Regular Expressions
  • A Validated Customer Form
  • Validation Groups
The Data Controls
  • The GridView
  • Automatically Generating Columns
  • Defining Columns
  • Formatting the GridView
  • Formatting Fields
  • Using Styles
  • Formatting-Specific Values
  • Selecting a GridView Row
  • Adding a Select Button
  • Editing with the GridView
  • Sorting and Paging the GridView
  • Sorting
  • Paging
  • Using GridView Templates
  • Using Multiple Templates
  • Editing Templates in Visual Studio
  • Handling Events in a Template
  • Editing with a Template
  • The DetailsView and FormView
  • The DetailsView
  • The FormView
Rich Controls
  • The Calendar
  • Formatting the Calendar
  • Restricting Dates
  • The AdRotator
  • The Advertisement File
  • The AdRotator Class
  • Pages with Multiple Views
  • The MultiView Control
  • The Wizard Control
Files and Streams
  • Files and Web Applications
  • File System Information
  • The Path Class
  • A Sample File Browser
  • Reading and Writing with Streams
  • Text Files
  • Binary Files
  • Shortcuts for Reading and Writing Files
  • A Simple Guest Book
  • Allowing File Uploads
  • The FileUpload Control
State Management
  • The Problem of State
  • View State
  • The ViewState Collection
  • A View State Example
  • Making View State Secure
  • Retaining Member Variables
  • Storing Custom Objects
  • Transferring Information between Pages
  • Cross-Page Posting
  • The Query String
  • Cookies
  • A Cookie Example
  • Session State
  • Session Tracking
  • Using Session State
  • A Session State Example
  • Session State Configuration
  • Cookieless
  • Timeout
  • Mode
  • Application State
  • An Overview of State Management Choices
Error Handling, Logging, and Tracing
  • Common Errors
  • Exception Handling
  • The Exception Class
  • The Exception Chain
  • Handling Exceptions
  • Catching Specific Exceptions
  • Nested Exception Handlers
  • Exception Handling in Action
  • Mastering Exceptions
  • Throwing Your Own Exceptions
  • Logging Exceptions
  • Viewing the Windows Event Logs
  • Writing to the Event Log
  • Custom Logs
  • A Custom Logging Class
  • Retrieving Log Information
  • Error Pages
  • Error Modes
  • Custom Error Pages
  • Page Tracing
  • Enabling Tracing
  • Tracing Information
  • Writing Trace Information
  • Application-Level Tracing
Deploying ASP.NET Applications
  • ASP.NET Applications and the Web Server
  • How Web Servers Work
  • The Virtual Directory
  • Web Application URLs
  • Web Farms
  • Internet Information Services (IIS)
  • The Many Faces of IIS
  • Installing IIS 5 (in Windows XP)
  • Installing IIS 7 (in Windows Vista)
  • Registering the ASP.NET File Mappings
  • Verifying That ASP.NET Is Correctly Installed
  • Managing Websites with IIS Manager
  • Creating a Virtual Directory
  • Configuring a Virtual Directory
  • Deploying a Simple Site
  • Web Applications and Components
  • Other Configuration Steps
  • Code Compilation
  • The ASP.NET Account
  • Deploying with Visual Studio
  • Creating a Virtual Directory for a New Project
  • Copying a Website
  • Publishing a Website
User Controls and Graphics
  • User Controls
  • Creating a Simple User Control
  • Independent User Controls
  • Integrated User Controls
  • User Control Events
  • Passing Information with Events
  • Dynamic Graphics
  • Basic Drawing
  • Drawing a Custom Image
  • Placing Custom Images Inside Web Pages
  • Image Format and Quality

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