Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0: Web Applications with Visual Studio 2010 and Visual Basic 2010

Individuals who wish to use the .NET Framework 4.0 with Visual Studio 2010, Visual Basic 2010, and ASP.NET 4.0 to develop web-based client applications; individuals preparing for the Exam 70-515 TS: Web Applications Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0.

Thorough knowledge of software-development concepts and the process of building business applications; experience building web-based applications with the Microsoft .NET Framework; working experience of Visual Studio 2010, Visual Basic 2010, and ASP.NET 4.0

Expected Duration
120 minutes

Visual Studio is an integrated development environment that includes a drag and drop interface designer and many other tools for building .NET applications. The latest version is Visual Studio 2010 and it supports a variety of languages including Visual Basic 2010, Visual C++, Visual C#, and Visual J#. ASP.NET 4.0 is Microsoft’s latest version of ASP for developing web applications using the .NET Framework. It builds on the previous version ASP.NET 3.5, while maintaining backwards compatibility. This course provides an overview of how to develop web applications with Visual Basic 2010 and ASP.NET 4.0. Topics covered include how to create web forms with server controls, using event handlers, utilizing state-management capabilities, and implementing globalization and accessibility in a web application. This course is one of a series in the SkillSoft learning path that covers the objectives for the Technology Specialist (TS): Web Applications Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0, 70-515. Passing this exam will earn the learner the MCTS: .NET Framework 4.0, Web Applications certification.


Creating ASP.NET Web pages

  • recognize the steps for creating a basic web page
  • distinguish between the single-file and code-behind page models
  • create a basic ASP.NET web page using Visual Studio 2010
  • add and modify basic controls on a web page

ASP.NET Web Sites, Globalization, and Event Handling

  • recognize the layout, elements, and life cycle of a web site
  • recognize the steps for creating a web site using ASP.NET
  • recognize the different ways to configure a web site using ASP.NET
  • identify the benefits of client-side and server-side state management
  • identify the steps for maintaining web site user information with profile properties
  • identify the steps for handling events
  • recognize the steps for using generic handlers in ASP.NET
  • recognize the steps for localizing and globalizing ASP.NET web pages
  • recognize the accessibility options in ASP.NET and identify the steps for creating an accessible web site
  • wire controls on a web page for event handling
  • perform basic event handling using a generic handler





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