Course number: 085538
Software Version: A complete installation of Microsoft Visual Studio.NET, including the help files.
Course length: 1 day(s)
Overview: Welcome to Visual Studio.NET: Introduction. This course is the recommended course following .NET Framework: Introduction and expands upon the basic concepts you learned about the Visual Studio.NET tool. Now that you have taken the course .NET Framework: Introduction, you understand the basic concepts, features, and possibilities of .NET. With that foundation in place, you are now ready to explore the Visual Studio.NET environment. In this course, you learn how to work with the IDE Windows in Visual Studio.NET to create the different .NET project types.
Prerequisites: To ensure your success, we recommend you first take the following Element K course or have equivalent knowledge:
- .NET Framework: Introduction
Delivery Method: Instructor led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured hands-on activities.
Benefits: Learning how to use the Visual Studio.NET environment is the first step to creating .NET applications. By using the various wizards and features of Visual Studio.NET, you are able to create the different project types more quickly and efficiently than coding everything by hand.
Target Student: Anyone interested in Visual Studio.NET either with or without previous Visual Studio experience.
- PC with a Pentium II-class processor, 500 megahertz (MHz); Pentium III-class processor, 600 MHz recommended.
- 4.0 GB Hard drive (min).
- CD-ROM drive.
- VGA (or higher) resolution monitor.
- A complete installation of Microsoft Visual Studio.NET, including the help files.
- Microsoft Internet Explorer Version 6.0.
- A complete installation of the MSDE Engine.
- Microsoft Windows 2000, Server (192 MB RAM (min), 256 MB (recommended)); or Windows 2000, Professional (128 MB RAM (min), 256 MB (recommended)).
Lesson objectives help students become comfortable with the course, and also provide a means to evaluate learning. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- perform the steps necessary to create a simple Windows Forms project.
- perform the steps necessary to interact with a database in a Windows Forms project.
- perform the steps necessary to create a Web Forms project.
- perform the steps necessary to create a Web Services project.
- Lesson 1: Creating a Windows Forms Project
- Topic 1A: Set up the Work Environment
- Topic 1B: Set up a Windows Forms Project
- Topic 1C: Arrange the Tool Windows
- Topic 1D: Set General Preferences
- Topic 1E: Add Controls
- Topic 1F: Set Form and Control Properties
- Topic 1G: Add Code Using the Code Editor
- Topic 1H: Resolve Errors
- Lesson 2: Interacting With a Database in a Windows Forms Project
- Topic 2A: Configure a Data Adapter Using the Data Adapter Configuration Wizard
- Topic 2B: Generate a Dataset
- Topic 2C: Display Data from a Database in a Windows Forms Project
- Topic 2D: Manipulate Data in a Windows Forms Project Using a DataGrid
- Topic 2E: Add a Windows Form Page to a Windows Forms Project
- Topic 2F: Create and Display a Data Report Using the Standard Report Expert
- Topic 2G: Deploy a Windows Forms Project
- Lesson 3: Creating a Web Forms Project
- Topic 3A: Set up a Web Forms Project
- Topic 3B: Add Form Controls to a Web Forms Project
- Topic 3C: Use Code-Behind in a Web Form
- Topic 3D: Display Data from a Database in a Web Page Using a DataGrid
- Topic 3E: Edit an Existing XML Page Using the XML Editor
- Lesson 4: Creating a Web Services Project
- Topic 4A: Develop a Web Services Project
- Topic 4B: Access a Web Service from a Web Forms Project
- Topic 4C: Delete, Exclude, or Remove Solution, Project, or Folder Items