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Creating Client Applications Using .NET Core

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Course Details

  • Location: Online
  • Duration: 9 weeks
  • Times: Evenings
  • Cost : $1,295

Next Start Date:

April 15, 2021

This course is part of a certificate program. You can also take it without enrolling in the program.

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About this Course


This course focuses on how to create client applications using the .NET Core framework. We’ll cover the fundamentals of Windows application development using the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) framework and web application development using the ASP.NET MVC (model-view-controller) framework. We’ll also explore data structures and design patterns, panels, data binding, the Entity Framework, exception handling, events, collections, generics, and string formatting.

What You’ll Learn

  • How to work with XAML and commonly used WPF user interface controls, including menus, toolbars, status bars and custom controls
  • How to connect applications to SQL databases
  • The basics of model-view-controller, page validation, Razor and dependency injection

Program Overview

This course is part of the Certificate in C# Programming Using .NET Core.

Learning Format

Online With Real-Time Meetings

Combine the convenience of online learning with the immediacy of real-time interaction. You’ll stream courses online and interact with your instructors and fellow students via chat, web conferencing or phone, all in real time. Learn More »

Course Sessions

Online With Real-Time Meetings

Online

Meet your instructor

Dan Vallejo

Senior Software Engineer, Nordstrom

NONCREDIT COURSE

You'll earn 3 continuing education units (CEUs) for successfully completing this course. Learn more about noncredit courses.

Closed Sessions

Online

Meet your instructor

Dan Vallejo

Senior Software Engineer, Nordstrom

NONCREDIT COURSE

You'll earn 3 continuing education units (CEUs) for successfully completing this course. Learn more about noncredit courses.

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