.NET - React JS - SQL Fullstack


.NET Syllabus

  • Course Overview
  • An Introduction to C#
  • What is .NET?
  • What is the CLR?
  • The FCL hv
  • Primitive Types
  • Namespaces
  • Statements and Expressions
  • Operators
  • Classes and Objects
  • Constructors
  • Reference Types
  • Object Oriented Programming
  • Inheritance
  • Access Modifiers
  • Abstract Classes
  • Virtual Members
  • Static Classes
  • Sealed Classes
  • Partial Classes
  • C# - Types
  • Reference Types
  • Value Types
  • The struct
  • Testing Reference Types
  • Testing Value Types
  • Passing Parameters
  • Strings
  • Boxing
  • The enum
  • Defining Types
  • Interfaces
  • Arrays
  • Assemblies
  • C# - Events, Properties, and Methods
  • Methods
  • Method Overloading
  • Fields
  • Properties
  • Events
  • Events - Delegates
  • Operator Overloading
  • Conversion Operators
  • C# - Flow Control and Exceptions
  • Branching
  • Switching
  • Looping
  • Using foreach
  • Jumping
  • Returning and Yielding
  • Throwing Exceptions
  • Built-in Exceptions
  • Handling Exceptions
  • Chaining Catch Blocks
  • Finally
  • Re-throwing Exceptions
  • Custom Exceptions
  • C# and the CLR
  • Garbage Collection
  • Threads
  • C# and Generics
  • Why Generics?
  • Building Collections Without Generics
  • Generic Collections
  • Generic Parameters
  • Generic Constraints
  • Generic Methods
  • The default Keyword
  • Generic Delegates
  • Variance
  • C# and LINQ
  • Extension Methods
  • Extensions and Lambdas
  • Lambdas and Funcs
  • Funcs and Expressions
  • C# and the DLR
  • Why Dynamic?
  • Using Dynamic Types
  • Excel Automation
  • The DLR
  • Expand Object
  • Dynamic Object
  • Calling Ruby
  • Object Oriented Programming with C#
  • Primitive Procedural Preoccupations
  • The Big Encapsulation
  • Little Abstractions
  • The Inheritance Check
  • A Clean Interface
  • Directional Dependencies
  • Exploring the .NET Framework
  • File I/O
  • Resource management with try/finally/using
  • Using XML serialization
  • Introducing assembly resolution
  • Deploying dependent assembly probing
  • Using a config file to control probing
  • Array-List
  • Hash-table
  • Sorted-List
  • Stack and Queue
  • Windows Form
  • Introduction to Windows Form
  • Form Controls
  • User Defined Controls
  • Connected Architecture
  • Disconnected Architecture
  • Working with Transaction
  • Web Application using ASP.NET
  • ASP.NET Architecture
  • Control-based Programming
  • User Interface Elements
  • Deployment
  • Web Sites, Applications, and Virtual Directories in IIS
  • ASP.NET Diagnostics and Health Monitoring 17. ASP.NET Working With Data
  • Data Binding
  • State Management
  • Validation
  • Caching
  • ASP.NET 3.5 Security
  • IIS 6 & IIS7 URL Authorization
  • Forms authentication
  • Role-based authorization
  • Trimming site maps with roles
  • Config file encryption
  • ASP.NET Membership
  • Resources and Internationalization
  • ASP.NET Ajax Introduction
  • ASP.NET Ajax Server Controls
  • ASP.NET Ajax Server Data
  • ASP.NET Ajax Client-side Library
  • ASP.NET Ajax Control Toolkit
  • Entity Framework
  • Introducing the Entity Framework
  • Code First Approach
  • Introduction
  • ASP.NET MVC-Introduction
  • First MVC Application
  • First MVC Application
  • Exploring Controllers
  • Controller Viewdata & Tempdata
  • Controller Action Methods
  • Controller Action Method Parameter
  • Controller Action Filters
  • Controller Action Custom Filters
  • Exploring Razor Views
  • View Razor Syntax
  • View Layouts
  • View Partial Views
  • View Tightly Coupled Model
  • Digging into HTMLHelper Methods
  • Html Helpers Part-I
  • Html Helpers Part-II
  • Html Helper Model Binding
  • Html Helper Display and Editors Methods
  • Html Helper Viewdata Binding
  • Html Helper Custom Templates
  • Html Helper Reusing Helpers
  • Understanding Model Binders
  • Default Model Binder
  • Custom Model Binder
  • Validation and Annotations
  • Model Validation
  • Unobtrusive Client Validations
  • Metadata Validation
  • Using Entity Framework
  • MVC and EF Crud Operations
  • Authentication and Authorization
  • Windows Authentication
  • Forms Authentication
  • Role Based Authentication
  • Anti Forgery Token
  • URL Routing
  • URL Routing
  • Working with Areas
  • Working with Areas
  • JQuery and Ajax
  • Ajax Helper Methods Controller
  • Jquery UI
  • Jquery Template
  • Bundling and Minification
  • Bundling and Minification
  • Mobile Compatibility
  • Mobile Compatibility
  • Web API
  • Web API First Example
  • Performing Crud Using Web API
  • Sample Project

React(.js) Syllabus

  • Introduction To React & JSX
  • Origins of React
  • React.js Syntax
  • Overview of JSX
  • React
  • Components
  • State
  • Props Overview
  • Props Validation
  • Component API
  • Component Life Cycle
  • Forms
  • Events
  • Refs
  • Keys
  • Router
  • Flux concept
  • Using Flux
  • Animations
  • Higher order Components
  • React component Properties
  • Setting Properties
  • Component Lifecycle
  • Updating Components
  • First React.js component
  • Mounting Components
  • JSX
  • Expressions & Attributes
  • JSX Basics
  • Namespaced Components
  • Rendering HTML
  • Rendering React Components
  • Flux
  • Views & Controller-Views
  • Flux is not MVC!
  • Data Flow
  • Action, Dispatcher, Store & View
  • Flux Application Architecture
  • Structure
  • Event Handling In React
  • Key Events
  • Event Pooling
  • React.js Event Handlers
  • Synthetic Event
  • Creating A Dynamic UI In React
  • Keeping components stateless
  • Event Delegation
  • React Stateful Components
  • Auto binding
  • Integration With Other Libraries
  • Gulp & Browserify
  • React with jQuery
  • React & AJAX
  • React Server Integration & Deployment
  • httpster
  • npm


SQL Syllabus

Structured Query Language

SQL is a domain-specific language used in programming and designed for managing data held in a relational database management system, or for stream processing in a relational data stream management system.

01 - Database Basics and Structured Query Language

Introduction to SQL and Statements

In our first , we'll explore the basic structure and history of relational databases. You'll learn the history of SQL, then we'll review some key terms. Then, you'll discover what SQL is and how it's used with a relational database.

  • SQL Intro
  • SQL Syntax
  • SQL Select
  • SQL Select Distinct
  • SQL Where
  • SQL And, Or, Not
  • SQL Order By
  • SQL Insert Into
  • SQL Null Values
  • SQL Update
  • SQL Delete
  • SQL Select Top
  • SQL Min and Max
  • SQL Count, Avg, Sum
  • SQL Like
  • SQL Wildcards
  • SQL In
  • SQL Between
  • SQL Aliases
  • SQL Joins
  • SQL Inner Join
  • SQL Left Join
  • SQL Right Join
  • SQL Full Join
  • SQL Self Join
  • SQL Union
  • SQL Group By
  • SQL Having
  • SQL Exists
  • SQL Any, All
  • SQL Select Into
  • SQL Insert Into Select
  • SQL Case
  • SQL Null Functions
  • SQL Stored Procedures
  • SQL Comments
  • SQL Operators
  • SQL Database
  • SQL Create DB
  • SQL Drop DB
  • SQL Backup DB
  • SQL Create Table
  • SQL Drop Table
  • SQL Alter Table
  • SQL Constraints
  • SQL Not Null
  • SQL Unique
  • SQL Primary Key
  • SQL Foreign Key
  • SQL Check
  • SQL Default
  • SQL Index
  • SQL Auto Increment
  • SQL Dates
  • SQL Views
  • SQL Injection

02 - Filtering and Retrieving Data

  • Retrieving Data, Updating Data, Inserting Data, Deleting Data

In this, you'll learn how to use SQL to filter and retrieve data from tables. We'll talk about important query terms that allow you to communicate with your database, as well as syntax rules that will help you to create clear and understandable queries while avoiding system generated errors.

03-Sorting and Filtering Data

  • Sorting and Filtering Data, Advanced Filtering,

In this , you'll learn how to use SQL to filter retrieved data. You'll practice sorting retrieved data using the ORDER BY clause. You'll be able to sort single and multiple columns, and you'll know how to specify sort directions such as ascending and descending order. You'll also learn additional query terms that will help you customize your SQL queries.

04 - Calculated Fields and Functions

In this, you'll learn how to reformat retrieved data with calculated fields and functions. You'll also learn how to create alternate names for columns, and you'll discover the secret behind merging columns with the concatenation symbol.

05 - Summarizing and Grouping Data

  • Summarizing Data, Grouping Data

In this , we'll discuss gathering significant statistics from data using aggregate functions. You'll also learn how to use the GROUP BY clause in conjunction with an aggregate function to gather important statistics from a table. Then you'll find out how to use the HAVING clause in conjunction with an aggregate function to filter groups of data from a table.

06 - Working with Sub queries

  • Using Subqueries

It's all about subqueries. You'll learn how to extract data from multiple tables simultaneously, how to use calculated fields in sub queries, how to use the DATEPART () function in subqueries, and how to use aggregate functions in subqueries. Then we'll talk about qualification—a technique used to combine a table name with a column name so there's no question about which table the column name refers to.


07 - Creating and Using Table Joins


  • Joining Tables, Managing Tables, Using Views

In this , you'll learn how to use joins to gather information from two or more tables simultaneously. You'll learn how to use the inner join, self-join, natural join, and the outer join. Then you'll become familiar with the term Cartesian product.


08 - Inserting, Updating, and Deleting Data


  • Stored Procedures, Using Cursors

In today's , you'll discover how to manipulate data using the INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE statements. You'll learn how to insert partial and complete rows into a table, and how to update information already stored in a table. You find out how to transfer data to a new table, how to transfer data to an existing table, and how to delete rows from a table.


09 - Table Creation and Maintenance


  • Using Cursors, Using Transactions

Today you'll find out how you can use SQL to create and maintain tables. You'll learn how to use the CREATE TABLE keywords to create a table, then we'll discuss how to use the ALTER TABLE, DROP TABLE, ADD COLUMN, and DROP COLUMN keywords to manipulate the tables themselves. You'll also find out how to define a primary key, data type, and field size.


10 - Creating and Understanding Views

In this , you'll learn how and why views are used in SQL. You'll learn how to create and use views to simplify complex queries, summarize data, and manipulate data stored in tables. I'll also teach you how to update and delete a view.


11 - Understanding Transaction Processing, Constraints, and Indexes

Today, you'll learn how transaction processing, constraints, and indexes are implemented in SQL. You'll work through an example that demonstrates how a transaction is created, how constraints are used in the creation of a table, and how indexes are used to improve the performance of a database by optimizing the speed at which queries are processed.


12 - Understanding Stored Procedures, Triggers, and Cursors

In our final , you'll find out how stored procedures, triggers, and cursors are implemented in SQL. You'll see how stored procedures are created and executed, as well as how triggers work. You'll also see how cursors are declared in SQL


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