The 70-528 test measures an individual’s ability to develop and implement ASP.NET Web applications using .NET Framework 2.0. Before taking the 70-528 test, you should practice the following:

  1. Create a new Web application and add Web Forms pages to the application.
  2. Add Web server controls to a Web Form and configure their properties programmatically.
  3. Create event handlers for a page or control at design time.
  4. Manage state of an application by using client-based and server-based state management options.
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  6. Maintain state of an application by using database technology.
  7. Implement globalization and accessibility.
  8. Use the SiteMap Web server control to display a representation of a Web site’s navigation structure.
  9. Use validation controls to perform Web Forms validation.
  10. Write an ASP.NET handler to generate images dynamically for display on a Web page.
  11. Configure settings for a Web application in the Web.config file.
  12. Manage a Web application’s configuration by using the Web Site Administration Tool.
  13. Implement cross-page postbacks.
  14. Convert HTML server controls to HTML elements.
  15. Use tabular and hierarchical data source controls to return tabular and hierarchical data respectively.
  16. Display data by using simple, composite, and hierarchical data-bound controls.
  17. Configure a connection to a database graphically by using the Connection Wizard, Server Explorer, and the connection class.
  18. Enumerate through instances of Microsoft SQL Server by using the DbProviderFactories.GetFactoryClasses method.
  19. Control connection pooling by configuring ConnectionString values based on database type.
  20. Perform transactions by using the ADO.NET Transaction object.
  21. Retrieve data by using a DataReader object and build SQL commands visually in Server Explorer.
  22. Perform database operations by using a command object.
  23. Store and retrieve binary large object (BLOB) data types in a database.
  24. Create an instance of the DataSet class programmatically.
  25. Add and navigate a relationship between tables.
  26. Populate a DataSet and update a database by using a DataAdapter.
  27. Manage XML data with the XML Document Object Model
  28. Read and write XML data by using the XmlReader and XmlWriter.
  29. Create a composite Web application control.
  30. Create a custom Web control that inherits from the WebControl class.
  31. Develop a templated data-bound control.
  32. Use a Web setup project to deploy a Web application to a target server.
  33. Copy a Web application to a target server by using the Copy Web tool.
  34. Precompile a Web application by using the Publish Web utility.
  35. Troubleshoot a Web application by using ASP.NET tracing.
  36. Optimize performance by using the ASP.NET Cache object.
  37. Implement a consistent page design by using master pages.
  38. Customize a Web page by using themes and user profiles.
  39. Implement Web Parts in a Web application.
  40. Establish a user’s identity by using forms authentication.
  41. Implement Microsoft Windows authentication and impersonation.
  42. Use login controls to control access to a Web application.
  43. Create a mobile Web application project.
  44. Use device-specific rendering to display controls on a variety of devices.
  45. Use adaptive rendering to modify the appearance of Web server controls.

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