ADO.NET Tutorial For Beginners and Professionals

ADO.NET Tutorial For Beginners and Professionals

ADO.NET Tutorial

In this ADO.NET Tutorial series, I am going to cover all the basic and advanced concepts of ADO.NET.  We are going to explain these ADO.NET Tutorials using different types of .NET Applications which include the console, windows, web form, WPF, MVC, Web API by taking some real-time scenarios.

This ADO.NET Tutorial is For whom?

This ADO.NET Tutorial provides basic and advanced concepts of ADO.NET which are designed for both beginners as well as professionals developers who want to learn ADO.NET step by step from scratch. These tutorials not only provide theoretical explanations but also provide a hands-on approach to the subject with step-by-step program examples that will assist you to learn and put the acquired knowledge into practice.

Prerequisites to Learn ADO.NET:

You should have basic programming knowledge of C# as well as any database such as SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL to gain more knowledge of these tutorials. It is good to have .NET Framework and Visual Studio, and SQL Server installed on your computer.

What is ADO.NET?

ADO stands for Microsoft ActiveX Data Objects. The ADO.NET is one of the Microsoft’s data access technology which is used to communicate between the .NET Application (Console, WCF, WPF, Windows, MVC, Web Form, etc.) and data sources such as SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL, XML document, etc.

What you will learn from this Tutorial?

In this ADO.NET Tutorial series, we are going to cover all most all the concepts of ADO.NET such as Data Providers, Connection, Command, DataReader, DataAdapter, DataTables, DataSet, working with SQL Server database, working with XML Document, Understanding connected and disconnected architecture, SQL Bulk Copy, SQL Injection, and its Prevention, Transactions in ADO.NET, etc.

Note: If we missed any concept which is related to ADO.NET, then please let us know by giving a comment in the comment section. We promised we will make an article on that topic as soon as possible.

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