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CSS Image Gallery 2 Reference

In this article you'll find more detailed overview of the features, included in CSS Image Gallery 2. Among others, the extension comes with great integration with HTML5 Data Bindings so you can supply the images from a local file or public feed. Also the options in this extensions allow you to customize the appearance of the gallery however you want.

Replace Server Behaviors with DMXzone Extensions (Part 4)

In this part we'll take a quick and closer look on the process of automatically generating forms. If you're missing the old Insert/Update Record Wizard in Dreamweaver, then you should definitely check out our Bootstrap 3 Dynamic Form Generator. It's based on the most popular Bootstrap framework, and uses the latest technologies that we implemented in DMXzone Server Connect and HTML5 Data Bindings

Replace Server Behaviors with DMXzone Extensions (Part 3)
In the previous two parts of the series we showed you how a database connection is done, how to secure your website and other useful stuff. Now, in part 3 comes one of the greatest tools we've developed - DMXzone Database Updater PHP/ASP and you can see why it's the better choice, compared to Dreamweaver's deprecated server behaviors, when it comes to inserting, updating and deleting records. 
Replace Server Behaviors with DMXzone Extensions (Part 2)

In part 1 we already showed you how to create database connection, recordsets, work with repeat regions and more. In this second part of the series we'll show you a comparison between the technologies used in Dreamweaver for User Authentication and how it's done with the more advanced DMXzone extensions - DMXzone Security Provider PHP/ASP, DMXzone Database Connector PHP/ASP and HTML5 Form Validator.

Replace Server Behaviors with DMXzone Extensions (Part 1)

Client-side development is becoming more and more popular, as a client-side developer who is responsible for the markup, you want to have full control over your templates. Although some applications might work well by letting the server generate all the HTML, many applications can be enhanced by integrating client-side data binding that dynamically converts JSON data returned from the server into HTML.

In part 1 of this article series we'll show you the huge difference between Dreamweaver Server Behaviors and the technologies that DMXzone extensions use. Below you can see the comparison between the technologies used by the deprecated Dreamweaver server behaviors and DMXzone's extensions - HTML5 Data Bindings and DMXzone Database Connector PHP/ASP.

DMXzone Data Importer and Exporter Reference
In this article you'll find detailed overview of the features, included in DMXzone Data Importer and DMXzone Data Exporter extensions. Although these are 2 stand alone extensions and need to be purchased separately, their features are pretty similar so we decided to put them together in this reference article. Below you can see every option included.
Google Maps 2 Reference

In this article, you'll find detailed overview of the features, included in DMXzone Google Maps 2. We'll take a closer look on the customization options and also the great integration with HTML5 Data Bindings, DMXzone Database Connector PHP/ASP and HTML5 Geo Location.

Bootstrap 3 Dynamic Paging Reference

In this article, you'll find detailed information about every option, included in the Bootstrap 3 Dynamic Paging Generator extension. The overview features everything you need to know about using paged server action and repeat region as paging sources, as well as how to customize the appearance of the paging to fit your site design.

DMXzone Calendar Reference

In this article you'll find more detailed information about the features, included in DMXzone Calendar 3. From simple language and skin customization to the available behaviors, it's all here. If you need more information about this Dreamweaver extension, you can also check out its user-manual, where you'll find some useful video tutorials on how to work with it.

Client Experience Design

Let’s be honest: We designers can be difficult to work with. We might come from a controversial company culture, work an unconventional schedule or get impatient whenever our Internet connection is slower than the speed of light. Would you be at ease with a service provider who matches this description?

 

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