Instead of listening to lectures and doing boring written exercises, participants jump in and work on real code using real examples – applying these techniques on an existing application.
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You’ll Come Out of MVC Boot Camp Knowing:
- How to Avoid Common Web Development Pitfalls
- How to Write Maintainable Systems
- 25% Discount on a Personal ReSharper License
Best of all, we have updated our curriculum for the latest version of MVC4 and mobile web development. If you are looking to get started with MVC, convert from an older version or learn how to use MVC in mobile web development projects, we highly recommend this course.
Course curriculum was created by the guys that wrote the book on MVC, Jeffrey Palermo and Jimmy Bogard.
Who Benefits Most? Developers With:
- 1 Year+ Experience in C#
- A Basic Understanding of Web Development Languages, Including HTML
- A Basic Understanding of the Web Life-Cycle
If you have any concerns whether or not this course is a fit, contact us for help at (512) 459 – 2260..
Training located in Austin, Texas (8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.)
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Although it is unlikely, class dates are subject to change. We encourage you to obtain transferable airline/hotel reservations in the event that this should occur.
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Session 1.1 – MVC Overview
Session 1.2 – Controller basics
Anatomy of an Action
Working with forms
Session 1.3 – View basics
WebForms view engine
Razor view engine
Session 1.4 – Model basics
Persistence/Domain Model vs. View Model
Session 2.1 – Routing
Routing in the MVC pipeline
Session 2.2 – Controller in depth
Customizing the controller
Session 2.3 – Model in depth
Session 2.4 – View in depth
Layouts and Master Pages
Session 3.1 – Templates and validation
Session 3.2 – AJAX and jQuery
Intro to jQuery
AJAX and MVC
Session 3.3 – Testing ASP.NET MVC
Unit testing MVC pieces
Session 3.4 – Best Practices in ASP.NET MVC
Lessons learned from large ASP.NET MVC projects