MSSQL with C WPF Core Project MVVM by Using EF Core

Learn Ms SQL Server, MsSQL Backup & Recovery with SQL course how to connect C# WPF core to SQL with EF on Real Project
MSSQL with C WPF Core Project MVVM by Using EF Core
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MSSQL with C WPF Core Project MVVM by Using EF Core

What you’ll learn

Apply the WPF concepts using C#
How to apply each subject on real C# WPF Core projects
How to make a professional project with EF Core on SQL
How to make a professional project with Entity Framework Core on SQL
How to Create Personnel Tracking systems algorithm
Using of Toolbox items in WPF core
No Prior Database OR SQL experience is required.
Using of Toolbox items in WPF core
Using of Xaml commands
How to apply each subject on real projects
Understand how to use the database-first approach with using Entity Framework Core
Create real-world projects using WPF Core and Entity Framework Core
How to Handled errors and exceptions in your apps
How to use coding techniques to make efficient development
By the end of this course you will be in a position to build any professional WPF Core application with all details using .Net Core and Entity Framework Core
Using Object-oriented programming (OOP) is a computer programming paradigm where a software application is developed by modeling real world objects insoftware
Using Object-oriented programming (OOP) is a computer programming paradigm where a software application is developed by modeling real world objects insoftware
The lectures were short so you do not lose focus and get bored and were easy to understand.
SQL Server Management Studio is desktop software designed to connect to Microsoft relational database management systems, including Microsoft SQL Server
SQL Server is a relational database management system or RDBMS created and developed by Microsoft.
What is a full backup? Why does every backup have to start with a full backup?
If you’re a fan of database learning and keen to work as a database administrator, analyst, or data scientist, starting with a solid foundational SQL course
If you’re a fan of database learning and keen to work as a database administrator, analyst, or data scientist, starting with a solid foundational SQL course

MSSQL with C WPF Core Project MVVM by Using EF Core

Requirements

Desire to learn C#, MS SQL WPF Core
Desire to learn WPF .Net Core
A Windows for installing all the free software and tools needed to practice
Basic C# Knowledge
Visual Studio 2019 for WPF core, C# WPF
SQL Server Management Studio
No Prior Database OR SQL experience is required.
Desire to learn EF Core for SQL
Desire to learn Making Professional Project
Desire to wants to learn WPF core, wpf c#, c# with ms sql
Nothing else! It’s just you, your computer and your ambition to get started today

Description

Hello there, Wpf, wpf mvvm, xaml, c# wpf, mvvm, wpf application, mvvm wpf, Windows presentation foundation, c#, wpf xaml, wpf gui, uwp wpfWelcome to “MSSQL with C# WPF Core project, MVVM by using EF Core” Core courseLearn Ms SQL Server, MsSQL Backup & Recovery with SQL course how to connect C# WPF core to SQL with EF on Real ProjectLeverage WPF with C# and XAML to build real world skills with Azure, REST, MVVM and Machine LearningFinally our WPF beginning course is ready for you. A lot of students want a WPF course to make WPF applications on .Net Core.Wpf, xaml, wpf c#, Windows, presentation, mahapps, wpf material design, dispatchertimer, wpf xaml, devexpress wpf, telerik wpf, snop wpf, wpf Linux, wpf colors, Windows wpf, wpf Office, c# xaml, Microsoft wpf, wpf c++This course will give you everything that you will need for a professional WPF application. Before starting this course, you should know that you need to have basic C# knowledge. With this course you will learn WPF concept with .Net core and you will make more practice on C# programming. And as you know with C# programming you may use with Xamarin Forms to build cross-platform mobile apps ,or designing a new video game in Unity. Wpf, wpf mvvm, wpf application, wpf xaml, WPF Database, advanced wpf, wpfaster.We will start our training with answer of What the WPF is. Than we will examine most useful elements in toolbox on .Net Core Framework. So you will learn differences between windows form and WPF also you will learn differences between .net Framework and .Net Core on some toolbox elements. You will also learn XAML programming that will be a basic knowledge for you before starting Mobile Programming on Xamarin. In this course you will learn basic commands of Microsoft SQL. Also our course will teach you to make real project as professional. As you know .net framework works only windows platforms but .net core is a cross platform framework this means with .Net core you may use the other platforms. Now in our training you will also learn usage of Entity framework Core. With making our project with MsSQL WPF and EF Core you will make more practice on these technologies. For example you can create a professional database with all addictions And also you will learn to create real project algorithms. In our WPF project you can see login operations to use in your any project . as a summary after this project you will learn WPF concept .Net Core Basic level Of MsSQL and usage of EF core.Microsoft SQL Server is a relational database management system developed by Microsoft which is the database we will be learning during the course. As a database server, it is a software product with the primary function of storing and retrieving data as requested by other software applications. SQL is the standard language for Relation Database Systems. All relational database management systems like SQL Server, MySQL, MS Access, Oracle, Sybase, and others use SQL as the standard database language. SQL is used to communicate with a database.Backup and Recovery are very important for those who want to progress in the database. Because one of the most important roles of a database administrator is to constantly protect the integrity of the databases and maintain the ability to recover quickly in case of a failure. In light of this, it’s critically important to have a backup-and-recovery strategy in place in order to be ready for an emergencyWhat you will learn?Apply the WPF concepts using C#How to apply each subject on real C# WPF Core projectsHow to make a professional project with EF Core on SQLHow to make a professional project with Entity Framework Core on SQLHow to Create Personnel Tracking systems algorithmUsing of Toolbox items in WPF coreUsing of Toolbox items in WPF coreUsing of Xaml commandsHow to apply each subject on real projectsUnderstand how to use the database-first approach with using Entity Framework CoreCreate real-world projects using WPF Core and Entity Framework CoreHow to Handled errors and exceptions in your appsHow to use coding techniques to make efficient developmentBy the end of this course you will be in a position to build any professional WPF Core application with all details using .Net Core and Entity Framework CoreUsing Object-oriented programming (OOP) is a computer programming paradigm where a software application is developed by modeling real world objects into software.WPF (windows presentation foundation)WPF corewpf c#c# wpfms sqlmssqlc#c# sqlsqlms sql serverms sql serverc# and sqloak academysql with c#c# sql servermicrosoft sqlssrsMicrosoft sql serverTips and TricksHow to install and setup these requirements.You will learn the basics of SQL such as data, database, DBMS or SSMS, SQL, tables, and so on.Database normalization,Manipulating data,Retrieving data from the database with different scenarios,You will also learn SQL transactions and transaction commands,Schema and schema objects andUser privileges, permission commands, and roles.What is the recovery model? What are the differences between the Full, Bulked Logged, and Simple recover model?What is a full backup? Why does every backup have to start with a full backup?What is a differential backup? what is it used for?What is a transaction log backup? what does it doHow do we reinstall if the database is completely deleted?How do we return the database to a specific time?At the end of the courseBy the end of the course, you will be able to master WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation)Why would you want to take this course?  Our answer is simple: The quality of teaching. OAK Academy based in London is an online education company. OAK Academy gives education in the field of IT, Software, Design, development in English, Portuguese, Spanish, Turkish, and a lot of different languages on the Udemy platform where it has over 1000 hours of video education lessons. OAK Academy both increase its education series number by publishing new courses, and it makes students aware of all the innovations of already published courses by upgrading.When you enroll, you will feel the OAK Academy`s seasoned developers’ expertise. Questions sent by students to our instructors are answered by our instructors within 48 hours at the latest.What is C#?C# (pronounced see-sharp) is a general-purpose, object-oriented programming language. It was designed as a multi-paradigm programming language by Microsoft in around 2000 as part of its .NET initiative. The .NET framework and .NET applications are multi-platform applications that you can use with programming languages such as C++, C#, Visual Basic, and COBOL. C# is open-source and was designed to be simple yet modern, flexible yet powerful and versatile yet easy to learn and program with. Many programming languages in the past were designed for specific purposes. C# was developed with business and enterprise needs in mind. By providing functionality to support modern-day software development such as web applications, mobile, and response app needs, C# supports many features of modern-day programming languages. That includes generics, var types, dynamic programming, asynchronous programming, pattern matching, advanced debugging, and exception handling, to name a few.What are the advantages of C# over C++?Thanks to the .NET framework, C# has many advantages over C++. C# is a refined and modernized version of C++. C++ was developed to bring object-orientation to C, an older but widely used language, and C++ became the de-facto language for building applications for Windows as well as infrastructure and low-level applications. Visual Basic was for business applications. What C# does is combine the rapid development capabilities of VB with the power of C++. C# also has many new data types, type-safety, to ensure you do not unknowingly reuse initialized variables. It uses a simplified syntax, a huge improvement over the complex coding often required in C++. C# also removes memory management issues thanks to .NET’s garbage collection scheme. You do not have to reference items for garbage collection; the system can reclaim that memory as required. Finally, you can use C# to interoperate with other languages on the .NET platform, a huge benefit in terms of system interoperability.Why use encapsulation in C#?Encapsulation can be used in C# to hide data and program behavior from users. With encapsulation, you can group properties, methods, and other members so that they are treated as a single object. It is a means to prevent the user of a given class from manipulating program objects in ways that were not intended by the designer or developer. Encapsulation hides how a program operates without affecting how it works while still allowing users to service requests for functionality and add or modify internal data or methods to meet changing needs. For example, suppose you have an object called “Patient” that contains patient-related data. In that case, you can use encapsulation to provision patient-specific data to those who need it without exposing all patient data. In addition to information hiding, you can use encapsulation in C# to improve your code’s reusability, and it also makes it easier to perform unit testing.What is C# used for?C# is a general-purpose programming language that you can use to build a wide range of programs and applications, such as web applications, Windows applications and game development. In web application development, you can build dynamic websites and apps using .NET or another open-source platform of your choice. Also, since Microsoft created C# for Microsoft, C# is a popular language for building Windows applications. There are rich resources and a vibrant C# community that can support and documentation for applications and programs specific to Microsoft platform architectures, making it easier than ever to develop applications in this space. Finally, C# is a popular language to use in game-building, especially with Unity, a game engine that runs on C++ and C#.What is a constructor? What is a destructor?To understand constructors and destructors, we need to understand methods. A method is a block of code that contains a series of statements. Programs run by executing methods. A constructor is a special method of a class that is automatically called whenever an instance of a given class is created. A constructor contains the instructions that execute when an object is created. Developers use it to assign specific initial values to the data members of the same class. In C#, you will get a compile-time error if you try to read from an uninitialized variable. You must first initialize your variables by giving them an initial value, which is what the constructor does. On the other hand, destructors are methods used to destroy instances of a class when they are no longer needed. Destructors are called implicitly by the garbage collector in .NET, and as a developer, you have no control regarding when to call the destructor.How do I learn C#?As is true for many skills, you can learn C# by taking Udemy courses, reading documentation, and practicing coding hands-on. There are many resources available for all of the above, including real-time compiler applications that will show you the output of your code as you type it. However, it is best to plan ahead, and you should have an outline of what you need to learn before beginning your journey. The first thing to learn about is what C# is, how and where it is used, and why it was developed. From there, you can learn about data types, variables, keywords, and functions. Once you’ve grasped the basics, you can move on to learning about conditional tests and operators, functions, arguments, object orientation, arrays, strings, classes, methods, structs, debugging, and exception handling.What is SQL Server?SQL Server is a relational database management system or RDBMS created and developed by Microsoft. Designed to store and retrieve data for other software applications using the client-server model– these applications connect to SQL Server through a network or the Internet with multiple applications using the same data. One SQL Server instance can also manage one or more relational databases. Relational databases store data in tables that can relate to each other. For example, data for business customers get stored in one table relating to another table that stores orders. Applications that connect to Microsoft SQL Server retrieve, store, and delete data using Structured Query Language (SQL). SQL Server is available for Windows and Linux.What is SQL Server Management Studio?SQL Server Management Studio is desktop software designed to connect to Microsoft relational database management systems, including Microsoft SQL Server, Azure SQL Database, and Azure Synapse Analytics. SQL Server Management Studio is an integrated database development tool that database architects, database developers, and software engineers can use to access, configure, manage, administer, and develop databases on any one of these database systems. It simplifies database management by providing graphical design tools and rich script editors that allow database developers to visualize an entire database or multiple databases from a single application. SQL Server Management Studio only runs on the Microsoft Windows operating system but can connect to database instances running on either Windows or Linux.What is .NET?According to Microsoft, .NET (pronounced dot net) is “a free, cross-platform, open-source developer platform for building many different types of applications.” .NET allows you to use “multiple languages, editors, and libraries to build for web, mobile, desktop, games, and IoT.” Applications in .NET can be written using C#, F#, Visual C++, or Visual Basic. There are multiple versions of .NET, such as .NET Framework and .NET Core. Since it’s cross-platform, your code will run natively on any OS that is .NET compatible.What careers use .NET?Most positions offered to .NET programmers involve .NET Development or .NET engineering. But there are numerous applications that come under the umbrella of those two facets of the field. You may specialize in desktop, mobile, web, or cloud-native applications; games; machine learning; microservices; or IoT. You can also specialize in any or all of the programming languages supported by .NET, such as C#, F#, or Visual Basic. Additionally, you may have a broad focus across multiple compatible OS’s or specialize in applications for a single OS.Is .NET still used?.NET continues to be an open-sourced, cross-platform development platform for multiple applications. For example, it’s used to build web apps and services for Linux, Windows, macOS, and Docker. It’s also used to build native mobile apps for Android, iOS, and Windows, as well as desktop apps for macOS and Windows. Microservices, cloud services, machine learning, game development, and IoT can currently all be developed with .NET. Developers can choose to have a general knowledge of multiple applications across the spectrum or choose to specialize in one specific area of development.Why would you want to take this course?Our answer is simple: The quality of teaching.When you enroll, you will feel our seasoned developers’ expertise.No prior knowledge is needed!It doesn’t need any prior knowledge to learn it and it is easy to understand for beginners.This course starts with the very basics. First, you will learn how to install the tools, some terminology. Then the show will start and you will learn everything with hands-on practice. I’ll also teach you the best practices and shortcuts.Step-by-Step Way, Simple and Easy With ExercisesBy the end of the course, you’ll have a firm understanding of the C# and SQL. You will have valuable insights on how things work under the hood and you’ll also be very confident in the basics of coding and game development, and hungry to learn more. The good news is since the Free and popular tools are used you don’t need to buy any tool or application.Video and Audio Production QualityAll our videos are created/produced as high-quality video and audio to provide you the best learning experience.You will be,Seeing clearlyHearing clearlyMoving through the course without distractionsYou’ll also get:Lifetime Access to The CourseFast & Friendly Support in the Q&A sectionUdemy Certificate of Completion Ready for DownloadDive in now.MSSQL with C# WPF Core project, MVVM by using EF Core courseWe offer full support, answering any questions.See you in the course!

Overview

Section 1: Introduction MS SQL with C# WPF Core Project, MVVM by Using EF Core

Lecture 1 What is database in Mssql?

Lecture 2 RDBMS (Relational Database Management System) in MS SQL

Lecture 3 What is SQL/Query?

Lecture 4 MSSQL with C# WPF Core Project, MVVM by Using EF Core

Section 2: Database Normalization in Microsoft Sql

Lecture 5 Normalization in Ms Sql

Lecture 6 Normal Forms (NF) in MS SQL

Section 3: Installation for Microsoft SQL Server

Lecture 7 Install MS SQL Server Express Edition 2017

Section 4: Starting to SSMS

Lecture 8 Starting To SSMS (SQL Server Management Studio)

Lecture 9 Create, Alter and Drop Database in Ms Sql

Lecture 10 Create, Rename and Drop Table in Ms Sql

Lecture 11 Data Types and Constraints in Ms Sql

Lecture 12 Foreign Key Constraint in Ms Sql

Lecture 13 Unique & Check Constraint in Ms Sql

Section 5: Manipulating Data in Microsoft SQL Server

Lecture 14 Insert Data to Table in Microsoft SQL Server

Lecture 15 Update Data in A Table in Microsoft SQL Server

Lecture 16 Delete Data and AdventureWorks in Microsoft SQL Server

Section 6: Basic Select Statement in MS SQL

Lecture 17 Select Statement and Alias in MS SQL

Lecture 18 Where Clause and Operators in MS SQL

Section 7: Sorting and Grouping Data in MS SQL

Lecture 19 Sorting and Grouping Data in MS SQL

Section 8: Wildcard Operations in MS SQL

Lecture 20 Like Clause in MS SQL

Section 9: IF-THEN Statement in MS SQL

Lecture 21 Case Function in MS SQL

Section 10: Conversion Functions in MS SQL

Lecture 22 Convert and Cast Function in MS SQL

Section 11: Retrieve Data From Multiple Tables in MS SQL

Lecture 23 Inner Join in MS SQL

Lecture 24 Left and Right Join in MS SQL

Lecture 25 Full and Self Join

Section 12: Set Operations in MS SQL

Lecture 26 Union Operators in MS SQL

Lecture 27 Intersect and Except Operators in MS SQL

Section 13: Subqueries in MS SQL

Lecture 28 Subqueries With Select Statement in MS SQL

Lecture 29 Single Row & Multiple Row Subqueries in MS SQL

Lecture 30 Insert, Update and Delete Statement in MS SQL

Section 14: DateTime Functions in MS SQL

Lecture 31 DateTime Function in MS SQL

Lecture 32 Converting DateTime in MS SQL

Section 15: String Functions in MS SQL

Lecture 33 String Functions in MS SQL

Section 16: Math Functions in MS SQL

Lecture 34 Math Functions in MS SQL

Section 17: SQL Transactions in MsSql Server

Lecture 35 SQL Transactions in MsSql Server

Lecture 36 SQL Transactions Commands in MsSql Server

Section 18: Schema Objects and Managing Schema in MsSql Server

Lecture 37 Create Schema and View in MsSql Server

Lecture 38 Create Sequence in MsSql Server

Section 19: User Management in MsSql Server

Lecture 39 Create Logins in MsSql Server

Lecture 40 Users & User Permissions in MsSql Server

Lecture 41 Permissions & Roles in MsSql Server

Section 20: Intro to C# WPF Core with MsSQL & EF Core

Lecture 42 Intro to WPF core, C# Wpf

Section 21: Introduction to WPF

Lecture 43 What is WPF?

Lecture 44 Project Source Code

Lecture 45 First WPF Project

Lecture 46 Windows Properties in WPF Core

Lecture 47 Button in WPF Core

Lecture 48 Label in WPF Core

Lecture 49 TextBox in WPF Core

Lecture 50 CheckBox in WPF Core

Lecture 51 RadioButton in WPF Core

Lecture 52 Combobox in WPF Core

Lecture 53 ListBox in WPF Core

Lecture 54 Review to Panels and Controls in WPF Core

Lecture 55 Canvas in WPF Core

Lecture 56 Wrap Panel in WPF Core

Lecture 57 Stack Panel in WPF Core

Lecture 58 Dock Panel in WPF Core

Lecture 59 Grid Control in WPF Core

Lecture 60 DatePicker in WPF Core

Lecture 61 Datagrid in WPF Core

Lecture 62 User Control in WPF Core

Section 22: Personal Tracking with WPF core MsSQL and EF core

Lecture 63 The final version of project in WPF

Lecture 64 Creating database on SQL

Lecture 65 Creating Project and Connect Database with WPF

Lecture 66 Design the Main Window in OOP C#

Lecture 67 Listing Departments in OOP C#

Lecture 68 Add Department in OOP C#

Lecture 69 Update Department in WPF core

Lecture 70 Add, Update and Listing Positions in WPF core

Lecture 71 Design Employee Windows in WPF core

Lecture 72 Add Employee in WPF core

Lecture 73 Listing Employees in WPF C#

Lecture 74 Update Employee in WPF C#

Lecture 75 Design Task Windows in WPF C#

Lecture 76 Add Task in WPF C#

Lecture 77 Listing Tasks in WPF C#

Lecture 78 Update Task in WPF C#

Lecture 79 Design Salary Windows in WPF C#

Lecture 80 Add Salary in WPF C#

Lecture 81 Listing Salaries in C# WPF

Lecture 82 Update Salary in C# WPF

Lecture 83 Delete Salaries in C# WPF

Lecture 84 Delete Tasks in C# WPF

Lecture 85 Login Window in C# WPF

Lecture 86 Design Permission Windows in C# WPF

Lecture 87 Add Permission in C# WPF

Lecture 88 Listing Permissions in C# WPF

Lecture 89 Update Permission in C# WPF

Lecture 90 Delete Permission in C# WPF

Lecture 91 Delete Employee with Triggers in C# WPF

Lecture 92 Delete Position with Triggers in C# WPF

Lecture 93 Delete Departments with Triggers in C# WPF

Lecture 94 Authorization Operations in C# WPF

Section 23: End Of the WPF Core Course

Lecture 95 What We have Learned about Wpf core, wpf c#

Section 24: Explanation Area

Lecture 96 Using Message Box

Lecture 97 Using Break Point

Section 25: Extra

Lecture 98 MSSQL with C# WPF Core Project, MVVM by Using EF Core

People who wants to read and write C# wpf core,Anyone who wants to improve their C# OOP, MS SQL & WPF Core programming skills,Anyone who wants to learn how to code with C# programming language, regardless of their current level,Anyone who wants to start learning SQL Server Basics,Anyone who wants to better understand how databases work,Anyone who plans a career in Microsoft SQL Server database,BI consultants working on technologies other than SQL Server (Oracle etc …),People who are willing to make a career in the corperate world

Course Information:

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