Whilst I am studying for the 70-515 Web applications .NET 4 exam, I am always on the lookout for some good information resources.
I have used the ramp up courses from Microsoft before and found them very useful. They seem to be written from a developers point of view and they give you enough information so you can start developing with the technology and do all the basics. They give you a sound footing and our a good spring board for you to use
so Today I found a good ramp up course – Ramp up course – Web Development with ASP.NET
It won’t help you with lots of areas on the exam but the information on state management, controls, configuration files are certainly covered in the exam
Published on: 5/11/2009
An introduction to web programming
We’ll start with how web pages are rendered from a web server, and touch on many of the basic concepts around web development, like HTML, HTTP, XML, and how everything fits together.
Developing Web Applications – Tooling
In this module, we will discuss the development tools that will help you quickly get started building ASP.NET applications.
- Article: Developing Web Applications – Tooling
- Slide-Cast: Developing Web Applications – Tooling
- Code-Cast: Developing Web Applications – Tooling (VB.NET code-cast)
- Code-Cast: Developing Web Applications – Tooling (C# code-cast)
- Hands-On-Lab: Developing Web Applications – Tooling (VB.NET and C# lab)
ASP.NET Syntax Overview
In this module, we will introduce ASP.NET syntax, going step by step through the most common ASP.NET keywords and types you will need to get started building web pages.
In this module, we’ll introduce the concept of Web Forms, and how you can use them to group controls as you build your web site.
Many web sites benefit from settings that span multiple pages within the site. This module will introduce web configuration files, which are a great way to store this type of information.
Programming Web Events
Web events are a way to notify your application when some specific item of interest occurs in your web application. This topic will introduce how you can use web events to make your ASP.NET applications more responsive.
As visitors move through your web application, it often makes sense to track data on the server, so the application can quickly access information to give the user a better experience. This module will discuss various aspects of state management, and optimal times to choose each technique.