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Business Applications with DXperience ASP.NET


DXperience ASP.NET

This class provides an overview of the DevExpress DXperience ASP.NET suite of products. It takes you through the process of creating a business application with both an internal and an external frontend, utilizing a typical combination of components throughout the product range. A good practical level of knowledge will be achieved that allows you to write similar business applications on your own, and to understand the DevExpress suite of ASP.NET components well enough to flatten any further learning curve.

Who Should Attend:

.NET developers with an interest and some basic experience creating ASP.NET applications, but little experience using the DevExpress ASP.NET suite of products. The programming language used in the class is C#, but we don't anticipate problems for users of other .NET languages.

Products covered:

  • ASPxGridView and Editors
  • ASPxGauges
  • ASPxPivotGrid
  • ASPxDataView
  • ASPxMenu
  • ASPxNavBar
  • ASPxGauges
  • ASPxCallback and ASPxCallbackPanel from the ASPxUtilities package
  • XtraCharts
  • XtraReports
  • eXpress Persistent Objects

Depth of coverage:

The class is an overview and introduction, which touches a large number of products in varying depth. Time restrictions on this two day class prevent us from going into great detail on any single one of them, though.

Format:

This instructor led training class focuses on a step-by-step walkthrough of the creation of a business application for the purpose of car sales. The application includes functionality for both the internal and the external part of such a web site. A further focus is the application of the DevExpress product suites to such a scenario, while the sample application remains feature incomplete from the perspective of a real car sales business.

Hands-on labs are presented throughout the class and questions are encouraged. You should use your own computer during the class. Details about the required setup will be made available later on.

Course Outline:

Introduction and overview:

  • Product Overview
    • Navigation and data browsing
      • ASPxMenu
      • ASPxNavBar
      • ASPxNewsControl
      • ASPxDataView
      • Grid and Editors
        • ASPxLabel
        • ASPxCallback(Panel)
        • ASPxComboBox
        • ASPxSpinEdit
        • ASPxButton
        • ASPxGridView
        • Gauges
          • ASPxGaugeControl
          • Charts
            • WebChartControl
            • Pivot Grid
              • ASPxPivotGrid
              • Reports
              • Data binding
                • ADO.NET
                • LINQ to SQL
                • LINQ to Entities
                • eXpress Persistent Objects
                • Ajax with DevExpress components

                The sample car sales business application

                • Navigating with ASPxMenu and ASPxNavBar
                • Visualizing data with the ASPxDataView and the ASPxGridView
                • Activating security for the site
                • Creating forms with the ASPxEditors
                • Adding Ajax features using ASPxCallback and ASPxCallbackPane
                • An admin dashboard with ASPxGaugeControl and WebChartControl
                • Managing user information with a complex ASPxGridView setup
                • Data analysis with XtraReports and the ASPxPivotGrid


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Date & Location

 

London, U.K.
January 21 - 22, 2010

Frankfurt, Germany
January 25 - 26, 2010

Zurich, Switzerland
January 28 - 29, 2010

Paris, France
February 1 - 2, 2010

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Business Applications with DXperience ASP.NET

Oliver Sturm is an experienced software architect, developer, trainer and author, with a strong background in various different fields including system and framework architecture and design, process modeling and user interface design. He is a C# MVP and he's the Director of Quality for Developer Express. He's currently working on a book for Wrox, titled "Functional Programming in C#", and he's the author of the DevelopMentor course "Essential F# for C# developers".
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