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Certificate Program on .NET Technologies

The .NET platform also known as the .NET Framework enables innovation in enterprise application development and deployment. It includes wide variety of pre-build components, which allows developers to create robust and powerful applications to address the enterprise requirements. In addition, the Visual Studio.NET IDE used for rapid application development enables quick development, trouble-free deployment, installation, maintenance, and security. There is huge demand in the industry that requires people to know .NET development skills. This course will help learner’s skill up with .NET Technologies skills so that they are able to undertake these tasks.

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Object-oriented concepts form the basis of all modern day programming languages. This course focuses on the concepts and features of the object-oriented approach to programming. The course covers the programming constructs, and implementation of Object-oriented concepts such as abstraction, encapsulation, polymorphism, and inheritance. The course also builds skill to implement file-handling and multi-threading techniques in a program.
To maintain the continual interest of the users, websites need to be dynamic, interactive, and secure. This course builds the skills to develop interactive, appealing, and dynamic Web pages using HTML5. In addition, this course discusses the usage of CSS and JavaScript in the layout and implementation of Web pages.

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Web Application Development Using ASP.NET MVC

With the increased use of the Internet and advances in information technology, application developers need to quickly create applications that are accessible over the Web or a corporate intranet. These Web applications need to be developed in a loosely coupled manner so that individual components can be developed, modified, and tested without impacting the other components in the application. ASP.NET MVC gives you a powerful, patterns-based way to build dynamic websites that enable a clean separation of concerns by separating an application into three main components: the model, the view, and the controller.