Training Active Server Pages / Introduction – 3 days

Class overview :

In this ASP training course, students will learn to build full-featured, database-driven Web sites. This introductory course for new programmers lays out the basics of server-side Web programming with an introduction to classic programming structures and good programming practices. Students will apply these programming skills to the development of a fully functional data-driven website with ASP written in VBScript.

Class goals :

Learn how ASP works
Learn the basic syntax of ASP
Learn to create dynamic interactive pages with ASP
Learn to work with VBScript control structures
Learn to use VBScript built-in functions
Learn to work with ASP’s built-in objects
Learn to validate forms with ASP
Learn to write functions and subroutines in ASP
Learn to work with ASP Session, Application, and Cookie objects
Learn to connect to a database with ASP
Learn to send email with ASP

Content of Training Active Server Pages / Introduction

Class Outline

  1. Active Server Pages: A Web Server-Side Technology
    1. Client-side vs. Server-side Web Technologies
    2. The Web’s Client-Server Relationship
    3. Which Web Servers Support Active Server Pages?
  2. Writing ASP Pages
    1. ASP Code in an HTML Context
    2. ASP Code is « Language Neutral »
    3. VBScript in ASP
    4. ASP Scriptlets
    5. VBScript Strings
    6. An Abbreviation for Response.Write
    7. Developing ASPs
    8. ASP Directives, Statements, Expressions and Comments
    9. VBScript Flexibility and Good Programming Practices
  3. Processing Data from Online Forms
    1. The FORM Tag and its Attributes
    2. ASP Objects
    3. The Request and Response Objects
    4. Scalar Variables in ASP
    5. Customizing a Page for the Visitor
  4. Conditional Constructs – IF Statements
    1. Comparison Operators in VBScript
    2. Adding an Else Clause
    3. Implementing an IF…ELSE…END IF Conditional
    4. Adding One or More ELSEIF Clauses
    5. The Logical AND and OR
    6. Combining the Form and its Processing Code in One ASP File
  5. Working with Cookies
    1. Setting and Retrieving a Cookie
    2. Cookie Properties
    3. Expiring a Cookie
  6. Maintaining State with the Session and Application Objects
    1. The Session Object
      1. Storing and Retrieving Values in the Session Object
      2. Session Properties and Methods
    2. The Application Object
  7. Working with Components
    1. Instantiating Component Objects
    2. Sending Email with CDONTS
  8. Writing to a Text File
    1. Writing to a Tab-Delimited Text File
  9. Loop Structures in ASP
    1. For…Next Loops
    2. Populating Select Lists
    3. Collections in ASP
    4. For Each…Next Loops and Collections
  10. ASP-to-Database Integration with ADO
    1. Database Commands with SQL
    2. The ADO Object Model
    3. Retrieving a Record from the Database with ASP
    4. The Connection Object’s Execute Method
    5. Building an Interface for Updating Client Records
  11. VBScript Subroutines and Functions
    1. Subroutines
    2. Functions
  12. Drilling Down and the Query String
    1. Building the Query String into a Link
    2. Generating Drill Down Links Dynamically
    3. Building an Interface for Deleting a Record
Active Server Pages / Introduction
Training Active Server Pages / Introduction

Onze voordelen :

  • Type of training: Inter-company, intra-company and individual
  • 100% flexible & personalised training : You choose the place, the dates and the training program
  • Offer request : Response within 24 hours
  • 50% discount for SME’s from Brussels-Capital Region
  • Free parking, lunch & drinks
  • Free use of our Digital Competence Centre: Manuals, courses, exercises, …
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