E-magazines contain the best web development and design articles, inspiring graphics, interviews from the world's leading experts, the latest news, events and much more.

The e-Magazines are delivered in a PDF format and often contain embedded movies. It can be viewed with the free version of Adobe Acrobat reader and can also be printed.

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February 2009 Issue

More than 3 years ago, DMXzone started with its own e-Magazine to inspire users. As we strive for quality content we are taking a break to find a new source for inspiring articles*. We’ve decided to make this edition available for everyone. Read on to discover the power of our extensions.

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January 2009 Issue

The New Year begins with a fresh start, time to start what many of you always wanted to do; setup your own WordPress Blog. We have interview Adobe's Bryan O'Neil Hughes, continue our video series on how to create a Customer Ticket System, teach you the essentials of typography and show you how to create amazing Inline Layer Popups.
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December 2008 Issue

Improve your graphical user interfaces with cool controls using jQuery, Ajax and ASP.NET. Get inspired by Hollywood based photographer Brian McCarty who has a passion for toys and photography to the point of hypothermia.

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November 2008 Issue

Another month, another mix. We talk with Scott Fegette about what's new in Dreamweaver CS4. We teach you how to use webservices in Flash, create a login form with server side technologies and how to use datasets in Photoshop.

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October 2008 Issue

This edition teaches you how to build extraordinary components. We show you how to create cascading dropdowns, a rating system, a selector utility, a color picker control and a Silverlight Mediaplayer. Learn how to use the latest technologies including Ajax, the Yahoo Interface Library, ASP.NET and Silverlight.

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September 2008 Issue

Learn all about using Cascading Style Sheets to create the best layouts, printer friendly pages and forms.

You want more style? Then get inspired by the wonderful photography of Nikola Borissov. A photographer based in Milan, with a passion for perfection.

We also finish our customer ticket system series and show you how to encrypt passwords and retrieve them.

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August 2008 Issue

Get ready to discover the power of ASP.NET, PHP and SQL. Tired of coding? Get inspired by the visuals of the Dandy Dwarves. Last but not least we continue our series about how to build a customer ticket system in Dreamweaver CS3.

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July 2008 Issue

This Month's e-Magazine contains candy for everyone!
We show you how to develop a Customer Ticket System with PHP, MySQL and Dreamweaver, how to edit your favorite videos and we have an amazing showcase of an artist who made a great stop motion animation with graffiti.

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June 2008 Issue

Get ready to catch up on the latest web technologies with the June edition. In this edition you'll learn how you can provide directions and interactive maps to your visitors, how to get your best web based internet applications on to the desktops of your visitors with Adobe Air and jQuery and you learn the basics of video editing with Adobe Premiere Pro CS3. Read More

May 2008 Issue

Welcome to the May edition, the spring has started so it is time for some fresh new content. This edition focuses on building applications with jQuery, AJAX and other JavaScript technologies. As a bonus we include an ASP.NET project and a Photoshop article that teaches you all about color management when creating iron-on transfers.
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April 2008 Issue

This month's edition is all about jQuery, Fireworks and Photography. Learn how to create interactive applications and websites in minutes with this fantastic framework. Add visual impact with Fireworks and jQuery effects. And get inspired by the photography of Dave Nitsche.

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March 2008 Issue

This edition holds a great collection of tutorials for both developers and designers. The jQuery and Flex articles are a valuable addition to your development skills while our Fireworks article teaches you how to create those great web 2.0 style buttons. Last but not least, our interview with Marta Dahlig will inspire your design work.

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