More free ASP.NET video training
Written by Alex Denham   
Tuesday, 17 May 2011

More free video training courses have been added to the ASP.NET website. 

The courses can be viewed free of charge at any time, and according to Scott Guthrie on his blog, provide a great way to learn ASP.NET Web Forms 4 and ASP.NET MVC 3. The two courses cover the whole of their topic from basic concepts to working with the new Entity Framework “code first” model to security, deployment, and testing.

 

 

There are 10 video modules in the ASP.NET MVC 3 course, each of between 30 and 45 minutes in length. Topics covered include controllers; razor views; working with data; Javascript, JQuery and Ajax; security; caching, localization, resources and diagnostics; unit testing; and deployment and configuration. The links to the whole series are on the http://asp.net/mvc page.

The Forms 4 Training course is made up of 9 slightly longer videos, including a Web Forms Features module running to 111 minutes. The first six modules are available now, so in addition to the Web Forms Features module you get Working with Data; Entity Framework; Master Pages; and JavaScript and Ajax. Three more modules are due to be added later this month. The links for this series are on the http://asp.net/web-forms page.

 

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