The release of a long awaited extension is near so this week is all about preparing you for this powerful extension. Before we can truly present you with the upcoming HTML5 Form Validator we first wanted to make sure that our database tools are improved to work excellent with it. Tomorrow you can get the updated versions of the DMXzone Security Provider PHP/ASP, DMXzone Database Updater PHP/ASP, DMXzone Database Connector PHP/ASP, HTML5 Data Bindings and of course the fully loaded with great new features - DMXzone Server Connect.
Before we head for the weekend, here's our weekly content summary if you couldn't follow us daily. Don't forget to check out the DMXzone Slider 2, which we made public on Wednesday. It's a great Dreamweaver extension and you can do amazing stuff with it. Also, if you still haven't seen our Facebook page make sure to come by as we published a sneak preview of an upcoming extension.
Our newcomer is ready to make its official appearance today. Fully rewritten, with great, customizable outlook, DMXzone Slider 2 is the extension, which allows you to give your users a convenient and easy way to modify certain values, such as price range and more. Make sure to check it out, along with the amazing showcases, tutorials and last but not least its user manual, which will teach you how to use it and will give you a more detailed overview on the features.
Until next Wednesday you can get it with discount and even bigger one if you already own the previous version, so don't forget to login with your DMXzone account first.
Just a day before the official release of DMXzone Slider 2, you can check what you can achieve with this greatly useful extension. It's fully customizable so you can edit it to fit your design perfectly. You can even create dynamic sliders, thanks to it's integration with HTML5 Data Bindings and DMXzone Server Connect. More about this Dreamweaver tool you can find out tomorrow when we'll release it with a large number of useful tutorials and showcases so stay tuned!
We know you all have been waiting for more news on the upcoming HTML5 Data/Form Validator but we'll need a couple of more weeks to make it perfect for the public. Until then we have a rewritten version of our popular DMXzone Slider coming on Wednesday this week. It's an amazing extension if you want to create nice-looking, cross-browser slider bars. You can give your users a convenient and easy way to modify certain values, such as price range and more.
It's the end of the week, which means that it's time for our weekly summary. Here you'll find the highlights of what we released last week. Make sure to check out our users' stories as they had some amazing things to share in regard to our 15th Anniversary. Also, we've updated one more Bootstrap 3 template, which can be super useful in your projects, and the best thing is, it's free.
Recently, we improved a number of awesome Bootstrap 3 templates and today we have another one for you. The Responsive Landing Page Template
is a one page scrollable design if you want to create a fully
functional website without navigation and many pages. The design and
content are created with DMXzone Bootstrap 3 and Elements, and the
location is displayed in the header with DMXzone Google Maps 2. Make sure to get it as it's for free!
Last, but not least is our user Marcel Schmidt. His story is short, but filled with lots of great website examples created with DMXzone extensions. Marcel is a web developer, the founder of Blikbrein Media and he has been with us for 8 years now. He recently moved from his hometown to Johannesburg, South Africa. But don't think he's ready to settle down with his family right there, because he's already looking to move to Germany later this year.
He also mentioned that he is job hunting in the area of Düsseldorf/Cologne, so if anyone has any tips or if you just want to reach out to Marcel, check out his website Blikbrein Media, connect with him on LinkedIn or send him an e-mail
Dave Smith is the second user whose story we want to share. He's from the UK, but lives in lovely Portugal at the moment. He has been working as a web developer since 1990, but has only been working with DMXzone extensions these last few years.
Even though he's hasn't been with us for that long, he has showed a great interest and knowledge in our extensions. This can also be seen in our support forums, where he's already been very active, mostly by being helpful towards others.
If you would like to reach out to Dave, you can get in touch with him via mail.
The first user that we want to put the spotlight on is Nikolaos Beligiannis from Greece, who has been developing custom websites with DMXzone tools for about 10 years now. You can read all about his experience with DMXzone and the ways he has used our extensions to achieve great results.