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Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 with ASP, ColdFusion, and PHP: Training from the Source Paperback – Sep 26 2007
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About the Author
Jeffrey Bardzell is currently an Assistant Professor of Informatics at Indiana University School of Informatics. He is the author of several books on multimedia technology, including Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 with ASP, ColdFusion and PHP: Training from the Source. Bob Flynn is the technology director for the System and Accounting Graduate Programs at the Kelley School of Business.
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One of the things that struck me right away is that anyone, regardless of your current level of experience, that is interested in using Dreamweaver can start out with this book. For those of you who already have Dreamweaver experience, you can speed through a few of the first parts but it is always great to see how someone else approaches things.
The tutorials and sample files were great and very easy to use - very intuitive and the sequential steps made lots of sense. I am still in the process of implementing all of the things I am learning. As a result of using this book, I am now planning to revise an existing static site and launch a new dynamic site. I love the way the book is written - very practical. I almost feel like the authors are having a dialog with me all along the way.
I would strongly recommend this book to anyone that wants to learn how to use Dreamweaver CS3 to build dynamic websites and applications.
I've used other Jeff Bardzell books before and found them very good for beginning code.
The latest edition, covers Spry somewhat, which is helpful. And, as in the previous edition, Bardzell conducts tutorials to build an application in ASP, ColdFusion, and PHP for the fictious company Newland Tours.
However, there are abundant code typos, which can be very difficult for beginners. The book should have an errata site/blog somewhere; this is a major disappointment in this new edition.
Guido T. Sarducci
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