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Microsoft 70-492

Upgrade your MCPD: Web Developer 4 to MCSD: Web Applications

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Candidates for this exam should hold an MCPD: Web Developer 4 credential.
This exam measures your ability to accomplish the technical tasks listed below.
Design the application architecture

  • Design and implement the Microsoft Azure role life cycle
    Identify and implement Start, Run and Stop events; identify start-up tasks (Internet Information Services [IIS] configuration (app pool), registry configuration, third-party tools)

Design the user experience (UX)

  • Design and implement user interface (UI) behaviour
    Implement client validation, use JavaScript and the document object model (DOM) to control application behaviour, extend objects by using prototypal inheritance, use AJAX to make partial page updates, implement the UI by using jQuery

Develop the user experience

  • Plan and implement globalisation and localisation
    Plan a localisation strategy; create and apply resources to UI, including JavaScript resources; set cultures; create satellite resource assemblies
  • Design and implement model–view–controller (MVC) controllers and actions
    Apply authorisation attributes and global filters, implement action behaviours, implement action results, implement model binding
  • Control application behaviour by using MVC extensibility points
    Implement MVC filters and controller factories; control application behaviour by using action results, viewengines, model binders and route handlers
  • Reduce network bandwidth
    Bundle and minify scripts (CSS and JavaScript); compress and decompress data (using gzip/deflate; storage); plan a content delivery network (CDN) strategy, such as Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN)

Troubleshoot and debug web applications

  • Debug an Azure application
    Collect diagnostic information by using Azure Diagnostics API Implement on demand versus scheduled, choose log types (for example, event logs, performance counters, and crash dumps), debug an Azure application by using IntelliTrace and Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP)

Design and implement security

  • Design and implement claims-based authentication across federated identity stores
    Implement federated authentication by using Azure Access Control Service, create a custom security token by using Windows Identity Foundation, handle token formats (for example, oAuth, OpenID, LiveID, and Facebook) for Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) and (Simple Web Token) SWT tokens

Access data

  • Implement data storage in Azure
    Access data storage in Azure, choose data storage mechanism in Azure (blobs, tables, queues, SQL Database), distribute data by using the CDN, handle exceptions by using retries (SQL Database), manage Azure caching
  • Create and configure a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) service on Azure
    Address resources, implement filtering, create a query expression, access payload formats (including JSON), use data service interceptors and service operators

Design and implement WCF Services

  • Implement messaging patterns
    Implement one way, request/reply, streaming and duplex communication; implement Azure Service Bus and Azure Queues
  • Host and manage services
    Manage services concurrency (single, multiple, re-entrant), create service hosts, choose a hosting mechanism, choose an instancing mode (per call, per session, singleton), activate and manage a service by using AppFabric, implement transactional services, host services in an Azure worker role

Deploy web applications and services

  • Design a Web API
    Define HTTP resources with HTTP actions; plan appropriate URI space, and map URI space using routing; choose appropriate HTTP method (get, put, post, delete) to meet requirements; choose appropriate format (Web API formats) for responses to meet requirements; plan when to make HTTP actions asynchronous
  • Implement a Web API
    Accept data in JSON format (in JavaScript, in an AJAX callback); use content negotiation to deliver different data formats to clients; define actions and parameters to handle data binding; use HttpMessageHandler to process client requests and server responses; implement dependency injection, along with the dependency resolver, to create more flexible applications; implement action filters and exception filters to manage controller execution; implement asynchronous and synchronous actions; implement streaming actions
  • Secure a Web API
    Implement HTTP Basic Authentication over SSL, implement Windows Auth, enable cross-domain requests, prevent cross-site request forgery (XSRF), implement and extend authorisation filters to control access to the application
  • Host and manage Web API
    Host Web API in an ASP.NET app, self-host a Web API in your own process (a Windows service), host services in an Azure worker role, restrict message size, configure the host server for streaming
  • Consume Web API web services
    Consume Web API services by using HttpClient synchronously and asynchronously, send and receive requests in different formats (JSON, HTML and others)

Deploy web applications and services

  • Manage packages by using NuGet
    Create and configure a NuGet package; install and update an existing NuGet package; connect to a local repository cache for NuGet, set up your own package repository
  • Share assemblies between multiple applications and servers
    Prepare the environment for use of assemblies across multiple servers (interning), sign assemblies by using a strong name, deploy assemblies to the global assembly cache, implement assembly versioning, create an assembly manifest, configure assembly binding redirects (for example, from MVC2 to MVC3 or MVC4)

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