Do you remember when we first released HTML5 Data Bindings about three years ago? Back then we start talking about dumping server behaviors and going for the client-side development. Today, with a full package of extensions to replace them, included in the Database Connectivity Collection PHP/ASP, we're proud of what we achieved so far. If you're still not convinced about the benefits of using the latest technologies, then our newest article, called Replace Server Behaviors with DMXzone Extensions (Part 1) is just for you.
Just a day before the official release of DMXzone Data Importer and DMXzone Data Exporter, we'll show you what you can do with these awesome Dreamweaver extensions. Below, you can watch two video tutorials, which will guide you through the process of importing data into a database from CSV/XML file and also how to export data from a database to CVS/XML file.
Here's also the second awesome Dreamweaver extension, which we'll release this week. DMXzone Data Exporter is the tool you need to export one or multiple records, directly
from your Dreamweaver and use the data however you want. The
process is done in a blink of an eye so you don't have to worry about
hand-coding. Below, you can explore the features that our developers included in it.
Like we promised on Friday, we're starting the week with insights about the upcoming DMXzone Data Importer and DMXzone Data Exporter. The first one we'll take a closer look is the DMXzone Data Importer, which lets you move vast amounts of data from one place to the other in an
instant. It's highly useful if you want to update the data, for example,
in a table with multiple records, or simply update your products on an
e-commerce site, without any effort. So make sure to check out the features and stay tuned for the video preview tomorrow.
Just before we head for the weekend, we have amazing news to share with you. Next week we'll release not only one but two awesome Dreamweaver extensions. DMXzone Data Importer and DMXzone Data Exporter are the tools you'll be needing if you need to export data from CSV or XML files, and also import data to your database. But more info you'll find about these two on Monday.
We have two improved extensions this week. The latest version of DMXzone Google Maps 2 features support for Google API Key as it is required for authorized Google Maps usage, so make sure to update your extension as soon as possible. Also HTML5 File Upload already includes new options for cleaning up file names. You can replace spaces with underscores in file names, replace diacritics/accent characters with ASCII and strip all non ASCII chars from file names.
Until next Wednesday you can get DMXzone Google Maps 2 with discount so hurry up if you still don't have it.