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Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 Extending Tutorial


Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 Extending Tutorial

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Index Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 Extending Tutorial

Chapter 1: Introduction
Installing an extension
Creating an extension
Additional resources for extension writers
What’s new in Dreamweaver
Conventions used in this guide
Chapter 2: Customizing Dreamweaver
Ways to customize Dreamweaver
Customizing Dreamweaver in a multiuser environment
Changing FTP mappings
Extensible document types in Dreamweaver
Changing keyboard shortcut mappings
Chapter 3: Customizing Code view
Code hints
Code coloring
Code validation
Changing default HTML formatting
Chapter 4: Extending Dreamweaver
Types of Dreamweaver extensions
Configuration folders and extensions
Extension APIs
Localizing an extension
Working with the Extension Manager
Chapter 5: User interfaces for extensions
Designing an extension user interface
Dreamweaver HTML rendering control
Using custom UI controls in extensions
Adding Flash content to Dreamweaver
Chapter 6: The Dreamweaver Document Object Model
Which document DOM?
The Dreamweaver DOM
Chapter 7: Insert bar objects
How object files work
The Insert bar definition file
Modifying the Insert bar
A simple insert object example
The objects API functions
Chapter 8: Browser compatibility check issues API
How detection works
An Issues example
The issues API functions
Chapter 9: Commands
How commands work
Adding commands to the Commands menu
A simple command example
The commands API functions
Chapter 10: Menus and menu commands
About the menus.xml file
Changing menus and menu commands
Menu commands
A simple menu command example
A dynamic menu example
The menu commands API functions
Chapter 11: Toolbars
How toolbars work
A simple toolbar command file
The toolbar definition file
Toolbar item tags
Item tag attributes
The toolbar command API functions
Chapter 12: Reports
Site reports
Stand-alone reports
The reports API functions
Chapter 13: Tag libraries and editors
Tag library file format
The Tag Chooser
A simple example of creating a new tag editor
The tag editor APIs functions
Chapter 14: Property inspectors
Property inspector files
How Property inspector files work
A simple Property inspector example
The Property inspector API functions
Chapter 15: Floating panels
How floating panel files work
A simple floating panel example
The floating panel API functions
Chapter 16: Behaviors
How Behaviors work
A simple behavior example
The behaviors API functions
Chapter 17: Server behaviors
Dreamweaver architecture
A simple server behavior example
How the server behavior API functions are called
The server behavior API
Server behavior implementation functions
Editing EDML files
Group EDML file tags
Participant EDML files
Server behavior techniques
Chapter 18: Data sources
How data sources work
A simple data source example
The data sources API functions
Chapter 19: Server formats
How data formatting works
When the data formatting functions are called
The server formats API functions
Chapter 20: Components
Component basics
Extending the Components panel
How to customize the Components panel
Components panel files
Components panel API functions
Chapter 21: Server models
How customizing server models works
The server model API functions
Chapter 22: Data translators
How data translators work
Determining what kind of translator to use
Adding a translated attribute to a tag
Inspecting translated attributes
Locking translated tags or blocks of code
Creating Property inspectors for locked content
Finding bugs in your translator
A simple attribute translator example
A simple block/tag translator example
The data translator API functions
Chapter 23: C-level extensibility
How integrating C functions works
C-level extensibility and the JavaScript interpreter
Data types
The C-level API
File access and multiuser configuration API
Calling a C function from JavaScript
Chapter 24: The Shared folder
The Shared folder contents
Using the Shared folder

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