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Share your Macromedia Flash content

Share your Macromedia Flash content content created for the Pocket PC, and you could win cool prizes—including a plasma TV and an iPod mini.  Every qualifying entry will have a chance to win great prizes.

April 8, 2005 Author: Erwin Altena Rating: Not enough votes

Dynamic DHTML Scroller

The tutorial will explain the process of creating a Dynamic DHTML scroller with data drawn from a database. The tutorial is easy to follow and you will not need to code either ASP or DHTML. Dreamweaver and it's extensions will do the job for us. We will use ASP, VBScript with Access2000 database for behind the scenes jobs and use Cross Browser Autoscroller to achieve the DHTML effect.
November 20, 2002 Author: ranjan datta Rating:

Dynamic Image Viewer/Selector

A very cool 'Image Viewer/Selector' that incorporates the ability for a user/admin to upload their own photos/images, include those in my 'Viewer/Selector' automatically, and then allows them to select that image for use in their article.
October 8, 2002 Author: Jeremy Conn Rating:

Inserting multipe values dynamically and faster

Want to insert values extracted from another database into another database that has a totally different format? Try this tutorial and you might be surprised how easy it is. If it doesn't work for you, trust me, you'd get the idea.

October 3, 2002 Author: Tolu Ayoola Rating:

Introduction to PL/SQL Series 1

The buzz word, "relational databases" emmerged in the conversation. Jargon like rows, columns, primary keys, foreign keys, one to many, many to many, joins, and constraints were exchanged between developers and database administrator. In a relational database, the data is stored as tables. Tables contain fields describing the type of date, container name of the data, size, decimal precision, and required or not required constraints. Technically, a table is an object residing in a schema. A schema can contain other objects like indexes, views, snapshots, functions, procedures, packages, sequences, and clusters.

October 3, 2002 Author: David Nishimoto Rating: