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61. BYTESIZE SOFTWARE Web Store Builder
$699.99 $695.37
62. Macromedia Contribute 3.0 - 6
$19.99
63. Professional Website Promoter
$9.95
64. WINGEAR Web Designer 3000 (Windows)
$599.99
65. Borland JBUILDER 9 DEVELOPER (
list($549.00)
66. LIFT- Nielson Norman Group Edition
67. Ulead Web Chameleon 1.2 Advanced
list($299.00)
68. MACROMEDIA Studio MX 2004 with
69. AE MSDN PRO 7.0 CD
70. Sitespring Server (10-User)
list($1,199.00)
71. Director Mx Win
72. AE MSDN OS 7.0 CD
73. Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000
74. Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000
75. Macromedia DEVNET PRO SUB BOX
76. Amazon.com Web Services 3.0
77. UPG-V APP COMPOSER STD 2.0
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78. Frontlook Java Effects
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79. VorteXML 1.0
80. Sitespring Additional User License

61. BYTESIZE SOFTWARE Web Store Builder (Windows)

Asin: B00007E7JN
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Bytesize Software
Sales Rank: 9368
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Features

  • Use a wide variety of Web development tools to create an attarctive layout with easy-to-use navigation
  • Add all kinds of clip-art images to your site or edit the artwork using the image-altering tools
  • Build custome forms and templates to make it easier to order directly from the Website
  • Make your customers feel safe about online ordering with the powerful security features

62. Macromedia Contribute 3.0 - 6 user
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B0002Q8TB4
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Macromedia
Sales Rank: 7887
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63. Professional Website Promoter
list price: $19.99
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B0006VXB0Y
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Cosmi Corporation
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64. WINGEAR Web Designer 3000 (Windows)

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Asin: B0000WDXGG
Catlog: Software
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Features

  • Includes hundreds of utilities for every aspect of Web design, from design applications to site troubleshooting
  • Work with a complete line of HTML editors, image editors and splitters and text/database converters
  • Track site statistics with tracking & logging utilities
  • Web page optimizers & compressors make your special effects run faster and smoother
  • Add JavaScript applets, photo galleries, and link checkers

65. Borland JBUILDER 9 DEVELOPER ( JBB0090WWFS181 )

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Asin: B0000DF2NA
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Borland International
Sales Rank: 10091
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66. LIFT- Nielson Norman Group Edition for Macromedia Dreamweaver
list price: $549.00
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Asin: B000079XVO
Catlog: Software
Publisher: UsableNet Inc.
Sales Rank: 10672
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Amazon.com Product Description

LIFT-Nielsen Norman Group edition is software for usability and accessibility testing and repair that runs on Macromedia Dreamweaver MX and 4.01. It constitutes a solution that brings expert design and usability research knowledge to the Web developer's desktop. This unique application is the result of close development between UsableNet and Nielsen Norman Group (NN/g), and forms the latest edition to the UsableNet's suite of productivity software tools.

LIFT-NN/g edition takes the guesswork out of applying usability and accessibility guidelines by identifying common usability issues and automating most of the fixes. It enables Web designers to easily apply researched recommendations and user-testing knowledge during the Web design process derived from watching people with disabilities using Web sites. LIFT-NN/g edition is the ultimate solution for Web design and consulting firms, corporations, and government and educational institutions that wish to customize and implement usability testing in all stages of the Web design process.

LIFT-NN/g edition includes Section 508 and W3C guidelines, but goes a step beyond that by providing a simple, easy-to-use application that promotes user-centered design, improving the Web user experience for everyone.

LIFT-NN/g edition ensures that technically accessible Web sites are also usable with added guidelines, checkpoints, and techniques from the Nielsen Norman Group's "Beyond ALT Text: Making the Web easy for Users with Disabilities" research report. This report was produced by the world's leading Web usability consulting firm, Nielsen Norman Group, and was authored by Kara Pernice Coyne and the Web's foremost user advocate, Jakob Nielsen. ... Read more


67. Ulead Web Chameleon 1.2 Advanced Edition

Asin: B00005V6FX
Catlog: Software
Publisher: ULead Systems
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68. MACROMEDIA Studio MX 2004 with Flash Upgrade from Studio MX 2004 (Win/Mac)
list price: $299.00
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Asin: B0000CAVS8
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Macromedia
Sales Rank: 6501
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Studio MX 2004 with Flash Professional includes the entire Studio MX 2004 package and the added bonus of Flash MX 2004 Professional!
  • Flash MX 2004 Professional combines design and development for richer, more robust Internet applications on any platform
  • Flash MX 2004 combines design and development for richer, more robust Internet applications on any platform
  • Fireworks MX 2004 lets you create integrated, streamlined designs with Professional bitmap-editing tools
  • FreeHand MX powerful vector illustration tool it's for print, the Web or a Flash animation

Reviews (3)

2-0 out of 5 stars Going downhill
I have been using Macromedia Products since version 2 of Dreamweaver. I have a thorough knowledge of Dreamweaver and Fireworks. I have a bit less of Flash yet I do use it from time to time to create flash elements in sites that are primarily driven by html or xhtml code. I don't use Freehand because I think it is perhaps the most poorly implemented of all illustration programs bar none. I have always hoped that Macromedia would take Freehand seriously... and till this day I am still hoping.

Regarding the software...

Dreamweaver is by far the most popular web development software on the planet. In fact it has more users than all other web development platforms combined. This is a definite strength since you are able to find a tremendous amount of help around the Internet and in book stores.

Dreamweaver is still very good at what it does, however it has gone downhill with this most recent release (yes, I have installed the newest updater which does improve the software to a degree). The problems with the software are many. Macromedia has sacrificed a nice usable and professional interface for this 'flowery' looking gradient mess. Oh... it's pretty alright. The problem is I'm trying to get work done! The previous versions of the Studio have a much more professional interface. The program seems taxing to the system no matter how powerful your processor or how much ram you have. It also seems to have screen redraw issues. This is especially true when designing forms. Why that is... I have no idea. The way the program handles CSS is quirky at best. You need to basically go thru and make all these changes to the default behavior it is shipped with in order to get it to work and write CSS in an external style sheet else it will be written to the head of the current document (How stupid is that?). Macromedia should have used the Define Site Dialog box and asked developers if they wanted to create a CSS based site or used the older HTML methods. If a person chose CSS the program should have required them to enter the name of an external style sheet that all CSS would be written to by default. Then when using the property inspector, any changes to the design code would automatically be written to the external style sheet and not to the head or body of the document. It definately needs drastic improvement if it will ever be at the level of other Professional CSS coding software (think TopStyle Pro).

Another issue with Dreamweaver that I have is with its lack of ability to support a dual monitor configuration without major bugs, headaches, and screen redraw issues. I know many developers that have gone over to the dual monitor approach to development because of a tremendously improved work flow. YOu could have the design Window in one monitor and the code window in the other (Go to Window -- Code Inspector -- or hit F10). Once the code inspector is open, you can drag it over to the second monitor and thus develop both visually and with code. However, the newest DW version has some serious issues when you do this. First of all, you can't maximize the code window... so you have to manually drag one corner and size it yourself. The other is when you are between documents and have no current document open. The program seems like it just wants to crash, drawing and redrawing the entire interace. 'What in the world is going on here?' is the question that comes to mind minus profanities!

Flash has improved and is more powerful than previous version being more 'coder friendly' and allowing flash apps to be built using a forms based approach although I think they made a big mistake in making two versions of the software. It just confuses people and now is harder to share work within a team unless everybody is using the exact same version! Bad decision Macromedia.

Fireworks is probably the program in the group that deserves the highest honors. It is tops in the field of web graphics and functionality. I put it over Photoshop/ImageReady because it is specifically designed for the web whereas Photoshop is trying to be all things to all people. And to people who need that functionality, Photoshop is King! However, Fireworks is significantly easier to learn and use than PS. It will do anything you could possibly want in creating web graphics and eliminates all the functions that a print designer needs. Fireworks is for the web... not print. If that is acceptable for your work load.... use it!

Freehand is dead at this point in my eyes. Illustrator and Coreldraw are both vastly superior in usability and power. Freehand is a clunky and bug ridden program that does poorly what Illustrator does masterfully! Evidently Freehand has also taken a back seat in the eyes of Macromedia too. Freehand has always been delivered much later than the rest of the Studio. Even to this day in June of 2004, Freehand is still one version behind the rest of the software even though the MX 2004 Studio has been released for nearly a year (August 2003)! Some have argued that Macromedia purposely delays Freehand so that they can make more money off the developers who have already bought the current Studio and then need to purchase an upgrade to the latest Freehand. So perhaps this is a marketing ploy used in order to make more money. My opinion is that they will make more money if they improve their software, eliminate bugs, drop the 'flowerly' interace, and release the Studio as one release for both Mac and Windows (This means no 'pro' and 'non-pro' versions, all version share the same name...MX 2004 or whatever). Another note, Mac users should not be considered second class web developers. This particular offering for Mac users is particularly bad because of the bugs and speed of the software.

The best I can rate this offering is two stars... hopefully things will change in the near future. All that being said, I still consider myself a fan of Macromedia software... and just think they had a major hickup here with this latest offering.

5-0 out of 5 stars When Macromedia upgrades, they mean it.
This isn't one of those upgrades that just helps the company's bottom line for the quarter. Studio MX 2004 takes what was already a great suite of programs and makes it better.

Dreamweaver MX 2004 has better support for cascading style sheets. It includes better database integration. The templates work better. And, it interfaces more seemlessly with Flash and Fireworks.

Fireworks MX 2004 has always been a great web graphics program. It can create rollovers, full menus, full web sites for that matter. Extremely easy to learn and fun to use.

Flash MX 2004 improves upon the MX upgrade (Which is saying a lot!). Better use of components to make building web interfaces a snap. Deeper integration with databases. It still has a steep learning curve to get started, but once you do... the web is yours for the taking.

FreeHand MX, honestly I prefer Adobe Illustrator when it comes to vector graphics. That said, Macromedia has done a fine job of making this work well with the other programs.

Studio MX 2004 as a whole works very well within it's own environment. Dreamweaver, Flash and Fireworks all communicate amonst themselves very well. That makes a much easier time of global editing within your site.

5-0 out of 5 stars You wanted the best - You got the best!
DREAMWEAVER MX 2004...
Dreamweaver is a seriously big application with advanced development tools for Web site design and maintenance. It lets designers swiftly create layouts, and developers incorporate the latest in data-driven applications. Sporting a reasonably uncluttered but intricate interface, Dreamweaver MX 2004 offers quite a bit of handholding in the form of automatic code generation and provides an excellent interface for directly accessing HTML code. This version adds features for the newest Active Server components and more powerful Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) support. Dreamweaver isn't for everyone, though. Adobe users will be more comfortable with GoLive, while non-professional site designers should consider the less formidable (and less powerful) Microsoft offering: FrontPage.

Pros: Extremely powerful Web development application; new support for CSS; start-up page simplifies options; verifies code for multiple browsers.
Cons: Steep learning curve; expensive technical support options after the 90-day free period.

FLASH MX 2004...
Macromedia's new Flash MX 2004 Flash animation designer requires less programming, boasts a much improved help system and offers new usability features such as an improved video-import wizard with editing capabilities, a spelling checker and a find-and-replace function. Although beginners might not find it as easy to use as Adobe's cheaper LiveMotion, MX 2004 is a uniquely powerful program. It's a must-have upgrade for current users, thanks to its new support for Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), an improved (and ECMAScript 3.0-compatible) ActionScript 2 programming language, and a new API that allows third-party plug-ins. A professional version that offers more data-handling features and components is also available -- albeit for twice the price.

Pros: Powerful scripting language; FX and interactive objects now require less programming; new API for plug-ins; new usability features.
Cons: Programming expertise required for complex projects; you must activate the product via the Internet or phone.

FIREWORKS MX 2004...
Adobe tries hard with ImageReady, but when it comes to Web graphics creation, Macromedia's Fireworks is still the undisputed king. It sports a comprehensive set of graphics tools; a sleek, efficient interface; and tight integration with other members of Macromedia's MX family (Dreamweaver, Flash, FreeHand). The program is simple to master, too. Although it's a little light in the bitmap-editing department, Fireworks more than compensates with super-slick special effects and effortless exporting to all popular Web graphics formats. We recommend this program for both amateurs and professionals who need any type of Web graphics and want the best application money can buy.

Pros: Sleek, efficient interface; tight integration with other Macromedia Web products; easily applied special effects and creation of complex objects.
Cons: Image-editing tools a little weak; no curved animation paths. ... Read more


69. AE MSDN PRO 7.0 CD

Asin: B00006HT14
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft Corporation
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70. Sitespring Server (10-User)

Asin: B00005MEIA
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Macromedia
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Amazon.com Product Description

Macromedia Sitespring enables professional Web teams to be more productive and more profitable when creating Web sites. Reduce cycle time, eliminate file reworking, and decrease time spent on non-business-focused activities. Macromedia Sitespring offers an integrated, server-based approach to team collaboration, file management, and client communications. Sitespring is reasonably priced, enabling users to quickly achieve a return on their investment.

Using Sitespring, Web teams have the ability to collaborate on design projects using Web-based project management and reporting functions specifically designed for the Web site production process. Sitespring features approachable file management capabilities that use transparent file versioning and archiving. These features ensure that valuable files are protected and that Web teams are always working on the correct file versions, thus preventing costly reworking.

Web teams benefit from the automatic creation of dynamic, fully customizable and secure project sites, allowing them to efficiently communicate with internal and external clients. Teams can also use Sitespring to manage interactions with contractors or freelance Web team members. Sitespring installs in just a few minutes, and the entire team can be up and running on the product in an afternoon. Whether you manage a corporate Web team, own an independent Web design shop, or direct the operation of an intranet site, Macromedia Sitespring can improve your team's profitability and productivity from day one. ... Read more


71. Director Mx Win
list price: $1,199.00
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Asin: B00007HFUQ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Macromedia
Sales Rank: 6935
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Amazon.com Product Description

With Director MX, you can build rich content that delivers real results, integrating interactive audio, video, bitmaps, vectors, text, fonts, and more. Work more effectively with the shared Macromedia MX user interface and take advantage of unprecedented Macromedia Flash MX integration. Customize your applications with an extensible plug-in architecture and ensure smooth playback, even when using long files or videos. Create accessible content for people with disabilities. And deploy on CD/DVD, corporate intranets, or to over 300 million Web users with Shockwave Player.

With Director MX, combine any media and deliver content anywhere, both on and offline. Integrate diverse media types and add custom functionality for more compelling applications. Work seamlessly with the Macromedia Flash MX family of products to create exceptionally dynamic rich content and applications. Work more efficiently with the Macromedia MX user interface and take advantage of industry standards, such as XML and Web services.

Easily incorporate a comprehensive array of media types, including major video (RealVideo, QuickTime, and AVI), audio (MP3, WAV, AIF, and RealAudio), bitmap (JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP, PSD, TIFF, and PICT), and vector (SWF) formats. Control these media types with the powerful Lingo programming language and behaviors in Director MX. Take advantage of lightweight vector graphics within Director MX applications. Import Macromedia Flash MX files and quickly modify them with the new Macromedia Flash MX Launch and Edit feature.

Director MX allows you to develop self-voicing applications with captioning and customizable tab navigation. You can view accessible content created with Director MX on both Macintosh and Windows platforms without dedicated screen readers. Create multiuser games, distance learning applications, and real-time collaboration with the Macromedia Flash MX Communication Server. You'll be able to easily pass data to Macromedia ColdFusion MX and back using Macromedia Flash MX Remoting Service, a secure, high-performance connection between ColdFusion MX and Shockwave Player. ... Read more


72. AE MSDN OS 7.0 CD

Asin: B00006HT16
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft Corporation
Sales Rank: 11930
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73. Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000 Enterprise Windows NT CD Dev/Test

Asin: B000056WBG
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
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Amazon.com Product Description

Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000, Enterprise Edition is for large organizations, trading hubs, and digital marketplaces, and has support for integrating unlimited internal applications with unlimited trading partners over the Internet. The Enterprise Edition will support multiple processor and clustering deployments to handle even the largest transaction volumes. The BizTalk Server infrastructure helps you integrate, manage, and automate dynamic business processes by exchanging business documents among applications, and within or across organizational boundaries.

BizTalk Server helps you build processes that span not only applications, but also businesses, over the Internet. Graphical tools make it easy for analysts and developers to model and implement these processes. Easily integrate applications and businesses together with a host of graphical tools for building XML schema, performing schema transformation, establishing trading partner relationships over the Internet, and tracking and analyzing data and documents that are exchanged.

With XML and standard Internet transport and security technologies support, BizTalk Server 2000 extends the features of traditional e-commerce and electronic data interchange to entire e-commerce communities. With extensive support for public standards and specifications such as XML, EDI, HTTP, and SMTP, and security standards like public key encryption, digital signatures, and encryption, BizTalk Server 2000, Enterprise Edition ensures a high level of interoperability and security with your applications and business partners.

Note: The dev/test license is a full-featured version of BizTalk Server 2000, Enterprise Edition, but is only licensed for a single developer to perform development and testing on one physical computer. The actual BizTalk Server Enterprise product would need to be purchased for anything put into production, whether on that computer or another. ... Read more


74. Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000 with SQL

Asin: B000056WBE
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
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Amazon.com Product Description

Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000 enables the development and management of business processes within and between organizations. Companies can build distributed business processes that integrate applications and partners, as well as establish reliable, secure trading relationships with customers and key partners over the Internet. By supporting important Web technologies such as XML and SOAP, BizTalk Server 2000 allows an organization to use open standards and specifications in order to integrate disparate applications independent of operating systems, programming models, or programming languages.

SQL Server 2000 is a complete database and analysis offering. From the ability to query the database through a browser to XML support, SQL Server 2000 is a fully Web-enabled database. Query, analyze, and manipulate data over the Web. Exchange data between loosely coupled systems with XML support. Access data easily and securely from a browser or through firewalls, and perform full-text searches of formatted documents. Get enhanced scalability and reliability features. And rapidly build, deploy, and manage e-commerce, line-of-business, and data-warehousing solutions. ... Read more


75. Macromedia DEVNET PRO SUB BOX UPG-FROM STUDIO MX ( MPD010D130 )

Asin: B00008SB1Y
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Macromedia
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76. Amazon.com Web Services 3.0

Asin: B00006CFDN
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Amazon.com
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

At Amazon.com, we are passionate about driving continuous innovation toserve Web site owners and the broader developer community in the best waypossible. To help stimulate such innovation, we now offer third-party softwaredevelopers the opportunity to access our catalog using either SOAP or XML overHTTP. Our long-term vision is to develop a platform that will help you buildworld-class applications that leverage Amazon.com's catalog, Shopping Cart,search engine, and merchandising tools in new and unique ways. But we can't doit alone. Download this software developer's kit (SDK), test out the platform,build applications, share ideas with other developers, and tell us what youthink. ... Read more

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars This will get you going
Aimed squarely at developers, the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Software Development Kit (SDK) gives you everything you need to get started developing applications that uses the AWS (everything, that is, except the developer's token which you can generate from the link on the product page).

A good understanding of Web Services is expected of the reader. If most of the terms XML, XML/HTTP, SOAP, XSLT, XML Schema, DTD, and WSDL leave you puzzled, then you need to read up on this topic first.

Most people downloading this kit will be web developers intending to use the services on their web sites, but the AWS kit is useful for all applications, including stand-alone applications and desktop integrations (e.g. you could integrate it with Microsoft Word to complete and maintain a bibliography for your thesis).

You should have familiarity with whatever development environment you choose. The kit contains examples in Java and perl, and has sample requests and responses, both for SOAP and XML/HTTP. However, most development environments, including Microsoft Visual Studio .NET, are full supported through SOAP and WSDL.

There are also examples on how to use the XSLT service, which is probably the easiest way for many to get started with the AWS.

The kit contains documentation in Microsoft Word and HTML formats. The documentation is somewhat terse, and describes the format of the calls to the Web Services. However, it omits any detailed description of the returned data structures and values, and it misses many useful functions (for example how to add multiple items to the Amazon shopping cart).

In summary, this kit will enable you to develop both traditional applications and web sites that use the Amazon Web Services. However, the documentation is terse and has a number of omissions, and some of the examples (e.g. perl) contains broken code, so realistically you'd want to participate in the developer forum (full instructions are in the kit and on the Amazon web site). The forum is friendly and active; it contains many examples of how to use AWS in a multitude of development languages and on a wide variety of platforms, and has a user-contributed Frequently Asked Questions list.

Good effort by Amazon and I appreciate the need to get the documentation out in a reasonable time, but for the next release we hope for more complete documentation, working examples, and examples for more languages. Three stars. ... Read more


77. UPG-V APP COMPOSER STD 2.0

Asin: B00005V6FL
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Symantec
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78. Frontlook Java Effects
list price: $49.99
our price: $44.99
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Asin: B0000E5INB
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Global Marketing Partners
Sales Rank: 4615
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Features

  • Includes four mega Applets; Scroller, Slideshow, Image Effects, and Text Effects
  • Applets support previews before insertion, multiple sound triggers, background sounds, and more
  • Over 60 FrontPage themes, 180 sound effects, and Web art
  • Applets include easy-to-use FrontPage Menu and fully editable user interface
  • Banner Ad Manager with 30+ transition effects

79. VorteXML 1.0
list price: $599.00
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Asin: B00005NLHU
Catlog: Software
Publisher: DataWatch
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Tool For Creating XML from your Text File
It is a gret tool for converting existing, structured ASCII/ANSI text documents (such as reports, invoices, log files, etc.), or HTML, into valid XML using any DTD or XDR Schema on an ad hoc, programming-free basis. VorteXML's ability to simplify the transformation of complex business documents and HTML into valid XML can dramatically speed up and reduce the cost of implementing enterprise XML systems or putting legacy output on the web.
I love it. It is so easy to use. ... Read more


80. Sitespring Additional User License

Asin: B00005MEIC
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Macromedia
Sales Rank: 12154
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