ASP.NET MVC 4.5 Web Development Training Course



Over the last few years there has been a steady move towards Model-View-Controller (MVC) architectures for Web applications. MVC Web applications offer a clean separation of concerns between the business-logic classes, Web pages, and the controller. Microsoft ASP.NET MVC 4.5 offers Web developers all the benefits of MVC allied with all the power of the .NET platform. This course provides full coverage of ASP.NET MVC 4.5.

After completing this course, delegates will be able to:

  • Understand the Role of the Model, View, and Controller Design Pattern
  • Create Industrial-Strength Applications
  • Apply Test Driven Development Methods
  • Implementing Navigation Between Pages
  • Implement Rich User Interfaces with JQuery and Ajax


ASP.NET developers who want to use the MVC architecture.


3-6 months experience of ASP.NET Web development using in C#.

Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to ASP.NET MVC

  • Recap of ASP.NET Web development
  • Key benefits of ASP.NET MVC
  • The role of the model, view, and controller

Module 2: Getting Started with ASP.NET MVC

  • Preparing your development environment for ASP.NET MVC
  • Creating an ASP.NET MVC project
  • Understanding the structure of an ASP.NET MVC project
  • Naming conventions
  • Creating views
  • Defining controllers
  • Defining a data model

Module 3: Creating a Complete ASP.NET MVC Application

  • Creating strongly-typed views
  • Understanding URLs and action methods
  • Using HTML helpers
  • Handling form post-backs; Data validation

Module 4: Using the Razor View Engine

  • Razor design goals
  • Implementing a Razor view
  • Razor syntax
  • Accessing model data in Razor views

Module 5: Industrial-Strength ASP.NET MVC Applications

  • ASP.NET application architecture best practices
  • Implementing a repository and Entity Framework data model
  • Using Dependency Injection; Implementing a custom controller factory
  • Test-Driven Development with ASP.NET MVC

Module 6: View Techniques

  • Defining and using custom HTML helpers
  • Defining a layout/master page
  • Using styles
  • Defining and using partial views
  • Razor helper method syntax

Module 7: Implementing Navigation: Defining view-model classes

  • Implementing data filtering in a controller
  • Understanding the routing mechanism
  • Adding custom entries to a route table
  • Defining defaults, parameters, and validation
  • Generating URLs and hyperlinks
  • Custom route constraints

Module 8: State Management

  • Using hidden fields
  • Session and application state
  • Custom model bindings

Module 9: Using Ajax and jQuery with ASP.NET MVC

  • Overview of Ajax and ASP.NET MVC; Unobtrusive Ajax;
  • Using Ajax action links
  • Overview of jQuery
  • jQuery techniques
  • Using jQuery UI

Module 10: Additional ASP.NET MVC 4.5 Techniques

  • View scaffold templates
  • Controller scaffold templates
  • Dependency injection with Unity

Module 11: Test Driven Development with ASP.NET MVC

  • Recap of TDD
  • Walk-through of using TDD with ASP.NET MVC

Module 12: Additional Techniques

  • Controller techniques
  • Filters
  • Model binding

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