- General Videos
- Data Access
- Entity Framework
- Advance use of Entity Framework
- ASP.NET Dynamic Data
- SQL Reporting
- Team Foundation Server
ASP.NET is A server side technology for creating dynamic web pages using script language only and work with the .NET Framework. the .NET Framework contains huge collection of reusable classes. ASP.NET is used for developing dynamic Web pages. The heart of ASP.NET technology is Microsoft's .NET Framework, which provides the core technology. The .NET framework contains a vast set of programming classes designed to satisfy any programming needs and ASP.NET is just one of the components. Imagine that you have to support multiple programming languages - such as Visual Basic, and C++. Many of these languages overlap. For example, for each language, you have to include methods for accessing the file system, working with databases, using different methods and manipulating strings.
these programming languages have similar programming constructs. For example every language can represent loops and conditionals. Even though the syntax of a conditional, written in Visual Basic differs from that written in C++, the programming functions the same. most programming languages have similar types of variable data. In most languages, you have some means of representing strings and integers. For example, the maximum and minimum size of an integer may depend on the language, but the basic type of data is the same.
It requires a lot of work to maintain this functionally for multiple languages. Therefore .NET Framework consists of a vast set of classes designed to satisfy any conceivable programming need. For example the .NET Framework contains classes for handling database access, working with the file system, manipulating text, and generating graphics. In addition, it contains more specialized classes for performing tasks, such as working with regular expressions and handling network protocols. The .NET Framework also contains classes that represents all basic variable data types such as strings, integers, bytes, characters and arrays. The motive here is to explain that you can access any of .NET Framework classes even when you are building your ASP.NET pages.
ASP.NET - LINQ to SQL Overview
New language features for C# and VB support data access directly from code, without writing SQL. This video shows the minimum steps to use LINQ (Language Integrated Query) to query, update, add and delete rows from the Northwind database.
ASP.NET - ASP.NET Dynamic Data Part 1
ASP.NET Dynamic Data lets you create extensible data-driven Web applications by inferring at run time the appearance and behavior of data fields and by deriving UI behavior from it. This first of two videos on ASP.NET Dynamic Data describes how to get started with scaffolding.
ASP.NET - Entity Framework Part 1
In this video I will show you sample web application demonstrates how to create ASP.NET Web Forms applications using the Entity Framework. User can view data , edit and delete , sort data.
ASP.NET - Configuring SQL to Work With Membership Schemas
In this video I will show you how to configure a SQL instance to work with a specific ASP Services Membership Profile; as well as configure the application to specifically use this SQL instance and not the default settings in the machine.cgf file.
ASP.NET - Getting Started with Reporting Services
SQL Server Reporting Services allows you to design and deploy nicely formatted and interactive reports representative of your data. Suitable for print or online distribution, these reports and it allows you to get professional results very quickly. This video demonstrates how to set up Reporting Services and the Business Intelligence Development Studio to build reports using the wizards and designers, and deploy them to your Report Server.