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I really liked the fact that we could follow using the manual PDF files on our individual machines. This allowed to easily/quickly scroll back/forth the slides without having to interrupt the class to ask to go back to certain slides when needing to review something. This also allowed to easily search within the manual for specific keywords while doing exercises
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1. Title

  • Professional CSLA .NET: Developing Applications for the Enterprise (CSLAN, 5 days)
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2. Course Pre-requisites

  • Good object oriented programming knowledge

3. Target Audience

  • Professional developers who need to create enterprise applications with CSLA .NET

4. Dates and Pricing

Jun 13 to Jun 17, 2017$3,350.00/person
Aug 14 to Aug 18, 2017$3,350.00/person
Oct 23 to Oct 27, 2017$3,350.00/person

5. Outline

Module 1: Preparatory Topics – If Necessary

Topic 1: Understanding the Physical and Logical Boundaries of Assemblies and Namespaces

Topic 2: About Inheritance

Topic 3: Practical Polymorphism

Topic 4: About using Interfaces

Topic 5: Working with Generics

Topic 6: A Few Interesting Design Patterns

Topic 7: About MEL: Structure and Function

Topic 8: Advanced .NET Tricks that are Useful in CSLA .NET

Module 2: Application Architecture

Topic 1: Logical vs Physical Architecture

Topic 2: The Logical Layer and the Physical Layer

Topic 3: Primary Design Considerations

Topic 4: A Proposed Architecture: Examining Layers

Topic 5: An Overview of a Typical CSLA Implementation

Topic 6: About CSLA and the .NET Framework

Module 3: Understanding Layers

Topic 1: The Layers: From Presentation to Data Storage

Topic 2: The Data Access Layer

Topic 3: Implementing Business Objects

Topic 4: Implementing Validation

Topic 5: Implementing the User Interface

Topic 6: Other CSLA Components

Module 4: Designing the Application

Topic 1: Design Goals

Topic 2: About Object Persistence and ORM

Topic 3: Framework Design Goals

Topic 4: Tracking and Undo Capability

Topic 5: Data Binding

Topic 6: Validation Rules

Topic 7: A Look at Helper Types

Module 5: Business Framework Implementation

Topic 1: Overview of the CSLA Business Object Framework

Topic 2: Beginning a CSLA .NET Project

Topic 3: Supporting Globalization

Topic 4: Overview of CSLA Namespaces

Topic 5: The CSLA Namespace

Topic 6: CSLA Core Namespace

Topic 7: CSLA Validation Namespace

Topic 8: CSLA Security Namespace

Module 6: Data Access and Security

Topic 1: Designing a Data Portal

Topic 2: The Channel Adapter Pattern

Topic 3: The Message Router Pattern

Topic 4: Supporting Distributed Transactions

Topic 5: Ensuring Transparency

Topic 6: Enhancing CSLA Base Classes

Module 7: Completing the Framework

Topic 1: Implementing Custom Authentication

Topic 2: About Sorting Collections

Topic 3: Handling Dates

Topic 4: Implementing Common Business Rules

Topic 5: Windows Data Binding

Topic 6: Web Forms Data Binding

Topic 7: Advanced Topics

Module 8: CSLA .NET and the .NET 4.0 API

Topic 1: CSLA .NET and WCF

Topic 2: About Restful Services

Topic 3: Advanced Integration Example

Module 9: Putting it all Together – A Complete Example

Topic 1: Reviewing the Layers

Topic 2: Implementing the Data Access Layer

Topic 3: Implementing Business Objects

Topic 4: Connecting Business Objects to Data

Topic 5: Validating Business Data

Topic 6: Implementing the User Interface

Topic 7: Connecting all the Pieces

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