.NET Community Session : ASP.NET 4.0 In-Depth

I  will be speaking in a .NET Community session  organized by http://dotnetfunda.com on ASP.NET 4.0 .  Below is the more details about the session

ASP.NET 4.0 introduces number of features that improve the core ASP.NET functionality and many changes that allow developers to have a strong controls over the application. These enhanced features makes ASP.NET 4.0 more effective for the web developer than the already existing versions of ASP.NET.

The agenda of this session :

  • What’s New in ASP.NET 4.0
  • Improvement in Visual Studio 2010 for web development
  • Empty Website project and Cleaner Web.Config
  • MetaKeyword and MetaDescription enhancements
  • Controlling ViewState mechanism 
  • Controlling ClientID generation for asp.net controls
  • CompressionEnabled Session
  • CSS Improvements and CSS Friendly Menu Control
  • ListView rendering mechanism, Enhancement in Listview control
  • Enhancement in RadioButtonList and CheckBoxList
  • SEO Friendly URL (Web Form Routing)
  • Permanent Redirection mechanism
  • Improvements in Code Expressions
  • Overview of Dynamic data
  • Caching mechanism (Output Caching, Object caching etc.)
  • ASP.NET Applications / Database deployment.
  • Q & A
  • Summary

Speakers:  Abhijit Jana & Abhishek Sur

Scheduled Date: 19-Sep-2010 (Sunday )

Scheduled Time: 2.00 PM to 4.30 PM

Live meeting URL:  https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/mvp/

Meeting ID:  Will be send from DotNetFunda.Com upon registration

Is Paid?: No, It’s FREE Session

Is Registration required ? Yes . Please register here http://bit.ly/d6aVYM .

Disclaimer : https://abhijitjana.net/disclaimer/


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