The February e-Magazine is all about user interaction and design and presentation. Learn how to create a search engine friendly Navigation menu, build the cornerstones of your portfolio and master Photoshop. Read More
Happy New Year! 2007 has been the year of dynamic web technologies, Ajax related libraries like jQuery are continuously growing. Adobe released their Creative Suite 3 product line. New operating systems from Microsoft and Apple found their way to the end user. 2008 sounds as least as promising as the web is starting to mature. Read more to see what we have in store in for this edition.
Hohoho! The jolly season is upon us and DMXzone has cooperated with Santa's Elfs to bring you the best out of the web development and design world!
This edition features two cool design articles as well as a great collection of articles about toolkits and webparts. Last but not least we have a cool special for both designers and developers; the best from Ajax Experience in Boston. See the highlights of the Silverlight Session in a cool video, find out what jQuery has to offer you by watching one of the many mini videos and read all about the man behind jQuery; John Resig.
View the highlights of the
Ajax Experience conference in Boston
in our live report. Learn how to create an image viewer in jQuery within an
hour. Improve your error reports with a cool submission error handling system
hand in detail.
Another year flew by like a Jumbo Jet with NASA afterburners. Pop the champagne and hang out the banners, our e-Magazine exists two years! Celebrate with us by enjoying this great collection of tutorials and videos that includes two extra bonus articles.
It's time to cook with some of the best ingredients on the web. Get to know how to handle one of the most important elements of the modern Internet. Learn Spry, master WordPress, XML, ASP.NET 2.0. and build your own RSS feed. We've got a king-size cherry on top as we've interviewed Bryan O´Neil Hughes the product manager of the Photoshop team. He talks about the latest release of Photoshop, gives some tips and tricks and touches upon future plans like the online version of Photoshop and AIR.
Get ready to chill with
cool interface components. Alex July will show you how to incorporate Google Maps
into your web pages and how to build an AJAX Accordion Component. Kevin Koch
teaches you how to build a Datagrid Control in .NET, we have an interview with
Danielle Beaumont, the product manager of Fireworks CS3 and Sas Jacobs shows you how to
create drop down boxes with AJAX.
Dan Wellman teaches you how to create a search box for your website.
Flex, Photoshop and Spry, create the classics of the future
Some things you'll never forget, that great tune, that awesome cartoon series, your first computer or that special game. These are the things that never age, as do some special websites. We’ll discuss today’s technologies that enable you to create the websites that will be remembered by your audience and we’ll use them to create some cool applications for your site!
Web 2.0 technology and AJAX go hand in hand for they offer many possibilities and interface enhancements that lift your websites to a new level. This edition focuses on these technologies, we also feature two articles on the most popular photo and graphics editing software suite, Photoshop. So if you want to keep up with the latest demands of your users, read on!
Ajax and Flex Special – Creating Rich Internet Applications
So you want to keep on par with two of the most popular Web 2.0 technologies? Then read on! Sas Jacobs starts with an introduction to Flex and the Flex Builder 2 tool. This tool for developers that want to make great dynamic applications that can be run by the Flash Player 9 (browser plug-in). The advantage is that it contains a lot of build in components that will save you a lot of work.
After that it’s time to get started with building your first basic Flex application. You’ll learn to create a project, a user interface, compile the SWF file, add an image and how to add a fade effect.
CS3 Special - Creative Suite 3 Highlights and More
With the announcement of Adobe CS3 we found it was time for a special edition where we feature new articles about Dreamweaver CS3, an interview with Kenneth Berger, product manager of Dreamweaver CS3 and we talked with Flash CS3 component designer and Flash virtuoso Grant Skinner.
Don’t have CS3 yet? Don’t worry next to showing what you can do with CS3 there is enough content to keep you satisfied. With articles about Flash 8 and Photoshop CS2 this edition holds something for everyone.