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Webcast on URL Routing in ASP.NET

Below are the agenda for the webcast on URL Routing in ASP.NET (FREE for all). 

1. Introduction
2. Pre-requisite
3. What is URL Routing/ASP.NET Routing?
4. Benefits of URL Routing
5. Routes
6. URL Patterns
7. How to add routes to Web Form Application?
8. Setting Default Values for URL Parameters.
9. How to handle number of segments in a URL Pattern?
10. How to add constants to Routes?
11. How URLs are matched to Routes?
12. Components of ASP.NET 4.0 URL Routing.
13. How to access URL Parameters in a Routed Page?
14. How to create URLs from Routes?
15. Bidirectional Routing.
16. Example
17. Difference between URL Rewriting and URL Routing.
18. Conclusion

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To attend this Webcast (online), you will need to install Live meeting.

Live meeting log-in details: 

  • Meeting ID: ItCorpTraining 
  • Attendee Entry Code: itfundacorp 
  • Location: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/mvp/ 
  • Date: Sunday, 03-July-2011
  • Time: 9.00 PM Indian Time
  • Presenter: Zinnia Sarkar

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