Introduction to .NET framework, ASP.NET namespace hierarchy, Page life cycle, view state, postback, Ispostback property, HTML and Web Controls
Unit 2: Web Controls Text Box, Label, Button, Link Button, Hyperlink Button, Image Button, List Box, Drop DownList,
CheckBox, Radio Button, CheckBoxList, RadioButtonList, Panel
Unit 3: Validation Controls & Rich Controls
CustomValidator and ValidationSummary, Rich Controls – Calendar Control, AdRotator Control
Unit 4: ADO.NET Overview of ADO.NET, Advantages of ADO.NET, Connected and disconnected data access, Connection, Command, DataReader, DataAdapter, DataSet, DataTables DataGrid Control, DataList Control and Repeater Control
Unit 5: Passing Data between Pages & Web Services Cache, Session, Context, QueryString, Post, Global.asax , Introduction to web services
ASP.NET: Stephen Walther - Unleashed.
Asp. Net: The Complete Reference: TATA Mc GRAW HILL
Term Work: The term work shall consist of The term work shall consist of at least 5 experiments based on the syllabus above and a mini project.
Assessment of term work should be done which will consider the points below and the marks should be awarded accordingly.
Continuous lab assessment
Actually performing practicals in the laboratory during the semester
Mini project developed by the student
Practical Examination: The Practical Examination shall consist of writing and performing an experiment / assignment and oral based on the syllabus as per the journal record and the mini project. Duration of examination is three hours.
Mini Project (Compulsory):
Guidelines for Mini Project:
Allow minimum 2 to maximum 4 students per mini project group
Take the topic from students in first 15 days from the start of the semester.
Follow Software Development Life Cycle Phase for mini project development.
Mini Project shall follow the steps below:
Define the problem with specifications
Define the functionality of the project
Design a solution for the project
Implement the solution.
( Also Keep a record of total number of man hours spent for the mini project.) 5. Present and evaluate the project.