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Dynamic Content - The Future is Now

By shopsite ·
A great many companies are re-thinking their on-line presence. It's no good just presenting your company information and products anymore even with a well designed Flash intro. Interactivity and forming relationships is now a key feature of a successful on-line presence. Partnerships and B2B connections now sit on top of the re-design specification. This is why web design costs even in downturn are rising rapidly. But if you look at the figures you find only the best agencies are increasing costs. Why? Because companies are demanding new technology fast. This means more programming skills per project. Thats why the latest Web design packages are taking a leaf out of the database design cycle to provide such things as Change management, project collaboration, Extensions and rapid SQL. There is a better solution however, a secret weapon that uses a library of Solution Generators (ESG's)that are modifiable quickly and easily to match an agreed spec. This has been achieved by using a Visual ASP/JSP code generator and an extensive Dynamic Component Library (DCL) built into a program that manages the solutions, connects to industrial strength databases and generates an interactive community enhanced site in weeks rather than months. Weuse Extendia from Boomeran Software to produce a complex error free site in days and then tweak the generated code in Visual Studio - perfect for introducing that much needed new technology into millions of companies that need an on-line face-lift.

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by shopsite In reply to SPAM...

Sorry Buzz - I did read the FAQ's and Guidelines and thought this was of interest to the design community as a whole, obviously you didn't. Spam is blatant advertising, this was an article of immense value to web designers, it reported trends and time saving tools, features that encourage users to return to your site. A valued moderator (like a good ref) knows where to draw the line.

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by Single - In reply to Sorry

Well, maybe you should have mentioned that you were not affiliated with any of the products or merchants you were speaking of.

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