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Review: Nokia E7

The long awaited Nokia E7 is positioned as a business smartphone. The Nokia is having a lot in common with the Nokia N8. Its Operation system, Symbian^3, is updated with a better interface and is still going strong but for how long? Will it compete with all the other rivals on the market? Make sure to read this review to find out.
May 5, 2011 Author: Rob Nijkamp

Ajax Event Calendar Updated

Our completely Ajax based Event Calendar is updated with brand-new features! Improved synchronization, optimized source & files and more customization opportunities. Connect your Ajax Event Calendar to existing Google Calendars, connect it to your own database or even combine them both! It now includes jQuery 1.4.4 for the best cross browser support and smoothest usability.

May 4, 2011 Author: Rob Nijkamp

Using DMXzone Support Effectively

Today we will guide you through the process of getting the best service from the DMXzone Technical Support. Anyone who uses our extensions will need to call tech support sooner or later and there are several things that you can do to make the support request much easier for you and the professionals on the other end of the line.


May 4, 2011 Author: Lubov Cholakova

Mini-review & Competition: Complete Idiot's guide to iPad&iPhone App Development

If you're into the mobile apps mania that keeps on expanding these days you'll want to read Penguin's - The Complete Idiot's Guide to iPad & iPhone Apps Development. The book is broken into five parts. In the early chapters, you learn the basics of iPad and iPhone programming using Xcode and Interface builder. After building your firstfew apps, learn how to add controls to your interface, like sliders text fields, and pickers, Multi-view topics such as view controllers, navigation controllers, and tab bar controllers are next.

You can read the full review in our Reviews section and join the competition to win one of the 5 free books Penguin Books are giving away for the DMXzone members. 


May 4, 2011 Author: Lubov Cholakova

What We Read This Week: Pro Android Web Apps

Developing applications for Android and other mobile devices using web technologies is now well within reach. When the capabilities of HTML5 are combined with CSS3 and Javascript, web application developers have an opportunity to develop compelling mobile applications using familiar tools. Not only is it possible to build mobile web apps that feel as good as native apps, but to also write an application once and have it run a variety of different devices. You can learn how to do that with Pro Android Web Apps book from Apress. Stay tuned for the full review and competition next week!

May 3, 2011 Author: Lubov Cholakova