Drumbeat 2000


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Drumbeat 2000

A family of Windows-based Web development systems from Macromedia that enabled non-programmers to create dynamic websites. Originally developed by Elemental Software, which Macromedia acquired in 1999, Drumbeat 2000 ASP provided a visual development environment for creating dynamic Web pages using Microsoft's Active Server Pages (ASPs) and any Web server that supported ASPs. Drumbeat was later folded into Dreamweaver.
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allaire.com/ Visit this site for information about Cold Fusion, a Web development tool that offers capabilities similar to those of Drumbeat 2000.
As Hirshberg put it: "Developers can create pages and manage sites in Dreamweaver, dynamically publish web site graphics and animation with Generator, link database content to web pages with Drumbeat 2000 and easily create e- commerce storefronts with eStore Builder."
Drumbeat 2000 (JSP) provides an extensible development environment that is the fastest way to provide database-driven Web applications for WebSphere and eliminates the need for manual coding.
"IBM is pleased to welcome Drumbeat 2000 (JSP) to the WebSphere family, and looks forward to working with Elemental to drive e-business forward into the 21st century."
According to the company, Drumbeat 2000 includes major enhancements over Drumbeat 2.0, which was released in June 1998.