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Dreamweaver UltraDev 4, complete guide. The review

The book, prepared with care and very full-bodied (almost 720 pages), was written for a mixed audience. It is structured into working days: 21 to be exact. Despite the time frame, the convenience of the text that can also be used randomly according to the needs of the reader: you can jump from day 8 to 15 without letting a week of your life vanish.

The first week dedicated to those unfamiliar with the Dreamweaver program and introduces the basic concepts, tools for managing and modifying HTML, becoming experts on the WYSIWIG environment and the interface as a whole. At the end of the first week we find an introduction design with databases and all the different technologies supported by UltraDev such as ASP, JSP, ColdFusion. This section is very useful for those who want to understand the differences between the various languages, and possibly choose the way to go.

The text mainly deals with ASP technology.

In the second week the connections to databases and the insertion of dynamic data in web applications, ODBC connections, JDBC, configuration of MySql will be addressed. access to the page, user logout, new user verification, create Database-based screens, add dynamic images to the structure and much more. Towards the end of the week you will learn various fundamental techniques normally used in the design of web applications.

In the third week you can start building real applications. The last few days are dedicated to maintaining and creating concrete projects.

The book also deals with the sql language, mysql, advanced query creations quite thoroughly.

After reading the book you will be ready to create a large number of web applications for three web server technologies with ease and speed.

The enclosed CD-ROM contains all the files necessary for the lessons.

Title: Macromedia Dreamweaver Ultradev 4 – Complete GuideAuthor: John RayPages: 720 with CD-ROMPrice: * 45.45 (88,000 lire)Text level: Intermediate / Advanced

(review by Gianfranco Cotumaccio)