Friday, April 20, 2012

Getting Started with ASP.NET 4.5 Web Forms




The application you'll create is named the Wingtip Toys. It's a simplified example of a store front web site that sells items online. This tutorial series highlights several of the new features available in ASP.NET 4.5 Beta.

This tutorial series is the first installment of two. Comments are welcome, and we'll make every effort to update this tutorial series based on your suggestions.

Audience

The intended audience of this tutorial series is experienced developers who are new to ASP.NET Web Forms. A developer interested in this tutorial series should have the following skills:

 Familiar with an object oriented programming language
 Familiar with Web development concepts (HTML, CSS, JavaScript)
 Familiar with relational database concepts
 Familiar with n-tier architecture concepts
Application Features

The ASP.NET Web Form features presented in this series include:

 The Web Application Project (not Web Site Project)
 Web Forms
 Master Pages, Configuration
 Entity Framework Code First, LocalDB
 Request Validation
 Strongly Typed Data Controls, Model Binding, Data Annotations, and Value Providers
Application Scenarios and Tasks

Tasks demonstrated in this first series include:

 Creating, reviewing and running the new project
 Creating the database structure
 Initializing and seeding the database
 Customizing the UI using styles, graphics and a master page
 Adding pages and navigation
 Displaying menu details and product data

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