Titel: Foundation ASP for Dreamweaver 8
Autor/en: Rob Turnbull, Omar Elbaga
SPRINGER A PR TRADE
27. Januar 2006 - kartoniert - 342 Seiten
The book supports the new version of Dreamweaver, a huge potential market - Dreamweaver has over 3 million users worldwide.
This book is fairly unique within that market - a book purely focused on ASP web development with Dreamweaver that teaches professional techniques, and doesn't treat readers like idiots (it isn't aimed at the "dummies" audience.)
ASP has been superceded by ASP.NET, but still remains very popular amongst Dreamweaver Developers.
From the contents
Dreamweaver and Dynamic Sites.- Getting the Work Environment Ready.- A First Taste of ASP.- Working With Forms.- Installing a Database.- Building a Random Quote Generator.- Joining Tables.- Restricting Access.- Searchable Site.- Image Gallery.
Omar Elbaga has been passionately involved in web development for over 6 years, completing several projects for small businesses and non-profit organizations, including personal sites. He has previously co-authored 2 books on Dreamweaver MX web development and maintains his own Dreamweaver MX tutorial/resource site now known as dmxfire.com. Because he did not start out as a programmer himself, he has a knack for teaching dynamic web development to those who do not have programming backgrounds.
He is also a language arts teacher (certified in New Jersey), artist, and independent filmmaker. He is currently a graduate student at New Jersey City University completing his masters as a reading specialist. You can find some of his work in this area and more information at omarelbaga.com.
Rob Turnbull is the senior developer for Lighthouse - design for business limited, an established new media design and marketing company based in Shrewsbury, UK. Clients across Europe from small businesses to blue chip companies provide an increasing workload, which includes the development of databases, web sites, multimedia presentations, interactive CD-ROMs, promotional videos, and 3D artwork (animations and stills.)
His personal web site, www.robgt.com, is primarily focused on offering help and guidance to fellow Dreamweaver users including tutorials and links to helpful resources and some useful extensions.