DMXzone Google Maps 2 Released and on Sale

Unleash the power of Google Maps in just a few clicks. Add markers to cities, addresses, businesses and events with info balloons on interactive, annotated maps and integrate them in your websites! Choose addresses and Geo locations from any feed but also from our newly improved HTML5 Data Bindings data source and DMXzone Database Connector PHP/ASP. Enable dynamic tracking and positioning with HTML5 Geo Location and many more with our latest DMXzone Google Maps 2 extension!

Until next Thursday DMXzone Google Maps 2 is on sale. If you already own DMXzone Google Maps, we have a special upgrade price for you, just make sure that you're logged in with your DMXzone account before purchasing it.

HTML5 Geo Location Released and on Sale

Today we're happy to announce the official release of HTML5 Geo Location. It is the ultimate way to figure out where your users are in the world and ask them to share that information with you. Empower the full HTML5 Geo Location services on your page and do awesome location-aware things such as finding local businesses, show your location on a map an many more. It contains 10 different properties to specify if Geo location is supported, latitude, longitude, heading, speed, timestamp and other.

The HTML5 Geo Location is on sale unitl next Wednesday so get it now. 

DMXzone Google Maps 2 Features Unveiled

Here's the long awaited preview of our upcoming DMXzone Google Maps 2. Unfortunately, we're unable to release it today but don't worry it will be available for download or purchase tomorrow! As we already mentioned, the fully rewritten DMXzone Google Maps 2 comes with full integration with HTML5 Data Bindings and HTML5 Geo Location, and more awesome options that you can see below in our features in detail.

HTML5 Geo Location Features Unveiled

We're super excited to share with you that after further development, it turned out that HTML5 Geo Location will not only work as an add-on for HTML5 Data Bindings, but also as an awesome stand alone extension. Due to its advanced options you'll be able to react on various events on your page, like when Geo location is successfully retrieved, when permission is denied and many more with the help of DMXzone Behavior Connector. Also using the control HTML5 Geo Location you can choose an action to be executed. These and many more features you can check out in our preview below. Stay tuned for the official release tomorrow!

DMXzone Google Maps 2 Coming on Wednesday
Our developers just can not stop bringing us new amazing extension and this week there won't be just the HTML5 Data Bindings Geo Location. As promised in our DMXzone Extensions Roadmap 2014, to complete and enhance the support for the new age Ajax driven web sites (single page and mobile apps as well) all our major extensions will be updated and rewritten to include support for these latest technologies. And today we're proud to announce that we have a fully rewritten from the ground up DMXzone Google Maps 2 which comes with full integration with the one and only HTML5 Data Bindings!
HTML5 Data Bindings Geo Location Coming on Wednesday

Geo Location is the ultimate way to figure out where your users are in the world and ask them to share that information with you. It allows you to do awesome location-aware things such as finding local businesses, show your location on a map an many more. Now, this is all possible with the upcoming HTML5 Data Bindings Geo Location add-on for HTML5 Data Bindings, which contains 10 different properties to specify if Geo location is supported, latitude, longitude, heading, speed, timestamp and other.

Extended Dynamic Database Connectivity Collection
Almost a year ago we released one of our most successful extensions ever - the HTML5 Data Bindings and currently it's accompanied by seven other amazing database extensions to complete our latest pack of Dreamweaver tools - the Extended Dynamic Database Connectivity Collection PHP/ASP. This amazing set of DMXzone extensions is the answer to your questions since Adobe decided to deprecate server behaviors last year. If you are still not convinced why server behaviors are old technology and client-side development is becoming more and more popular, read our comparison below. You can also check out our Replacing Dreamweaver Server Behaviors with HTML5 Data Bindings and Database Connector article.
Updated: Replacing Dreamweaver Server Behaviors with DMXzone Extensions

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 necessary, many applications can be enhanced by integrating client-side data binding that dynamically converts JSON data returned from the server into HTML. In this article we'll show you the huge difference between Dreamweaver Server Behaviors and the technologies that DMXzone Data Connector PHP/ASP and DMXzone Security Provider PHP/ASP use.

Dynamic Fullscreen Gallery with Bullet Navigation

In our latest showcase we created an awesome dynamic, fullscreen gallery using our latest released extensions. We built up the gallery, with images from a local JSON file, and paging(bullets) navigation using HTML5 Data Bindings and HTML5 Data Bindings Extended Repeater. Using HTML5 Data Bindings Browser Properties we set the width and height of the gallery to match the width and height of the browser viewport. We also used orientation check. When a user loads the page into a portrait-oriented device, a message is being displayed - "Please use your device in landscape orientation". Additionally, HTML5 Animate CSS is used for the fade effect when an image is changed.

DMXzone Extension Manager Improved

Our favorite app tray got power boosted today and we're happy to share the results with you. The latest version of DMXzone Extension Manager for Dreamweaver features a number of awesome improvements, including updated extensions download and updates to run fully through all kind of web and corporate proxies, better support for drag & drop for installing extension files and many more that you can check out in our list of improvements below.

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