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.

Contents of the May Issue

Dan Wellman starts out by introducing you to a winning team; the jQuery and Air platform. He shows you how to bring you web based jQuery internet applications to the desktop.

Dan teaches you how to put together a basic companion application, which will allow you to browse the latest content featured on a site.

Still wondering why you should learn jQuery? Then read the interview with Dan Wellman, he talks about the advantages of this powerful framework and his upcoming jQuery e-Book.

Tom Dell'Aringa will teach you how to create a calendar which you can drop into multiple projects using JavaScript.

Are you into ASP.NET? Then check out Kevin Koch's video that shows you how to add an Ajax enabled Calendar control to your web forms.

Last but not least Linda Goin creates a graphic design problem to show how to create artwork for iron-on transfers including a means to create a spot color and how to save that color in a spot color channel. She also uses a rough logo and artwork that must merged, and shows how to convert those two images into one in ten easy steps, including how to layout that artwork for the transfer sheet.





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