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Adobe Adds HTML5 Support for Dreamweaver CS5

By Rich Tretola
May 19, 2010

Some news coming out of Google I/O concerning Adobe's adoption and support for HTML5. Adobe has announced the immediate availability of an HTML5 pack extension for Adobe Dreamweaver CS5. Availability of this HTML5 Pack extension is the direct result...

Moving to Windows 7

By Amy Blankenship
August 1, 2009

A couple of months ago, I got a brand new Dell laptop. To future-proof it, I ordered it with enough RAM that it needed 64-bit Windows to fully use all that muscle. So, once my in-house IT department (AKA my...

Drupal and Dreamweaver's Jekyll and Hyde Problem

By Rich Tretola
March 16, 2009

There was a discussion going on internally at O'Reilly spawned by an email from Tim O'Reilly pointing editors at a post commented on at Slashdot about a blog post made by a web designer: Dreamweaver is Dying, Long Live Drupal. (Original post is here).

Is Dreamweaver being beaten by Drupal?

By Kurt Cagle
March 8, 2009

In 1997, I was at the Macromedia User's Conference to give a talk on creating "intelligent" agents within Macromedia Director. At this particular conference, Macromedia announced a new product called Dreamweaver, an HTML editing application that exercised a profound effect upon the web development community.

Konductor, CMS via AIR & Dreamweaver

By Stacey Mulcahy
January 21, 2009

One of the hardest challenges in the web design field is designing and creating a site that will be managed and updated by someone else. That someone else will eventually put on the hat of the webmaster - independently adding, updating and removing content often with little or limited web experience.

O'Reilly Announces 8 New Adobe CS4 Titles

O'Reilly Announces 8 New Adobe CS4 Titles
By Sara Peyton
September 23, 2008

With eight new books and video lessons in the works, O'Reilly's authors are ready to help you make the leap to CS4. October brings the first of Deke McClelland's four new One-on-One titles, Adobe Photoshop CS4 One-on-One, as well as the newest insallment in the Companion series--The Photoshop CS4 Companion for Photographers by writer, teacher, and professional photographer Derrick Story. New York Times tech columnist David Pogue and iStockphoto evangelist Lesa Snider King--who are busily working on their own book, Photoshop CS4: The Missing Manual. Indeed, O'Reilly's got the tailored resources about CS4 for every type of user, from professional designers and digital photographers to the DIY crowd.

Dreamweaver CS4 - Beta Demo

By Andre Charland
July 16, 2008

In case you haven't been following there's been some buzz about Dreamweaver recently and the next version is drastically improved for today's web developer. Whether you're focused on design or interactive user interfaces with JavaScript you should definitely take a look and download the beta. They're going away from WYISYG everything and just trying to make coding easier. In this screencast I caught up with Scott Fegette from the Dreamweaver product management team to get a demo of the new features.

Adobe Releases Dreamweaver and Fireworks CS4 Betas

By Andre Charland
May 29, 2008

RIA developers, of the Ajax variety in particular, should be excited to see what's coming down the pipe from Adobe's Creative Suite Teams. Dreamweaver has been waiting for a massive overhaul for some time now. It looks like it will really start to fill the void in Ajax tool space. The Live View I think might be the start of that, out of the box code hinting for a few popular Ajax libraries doesn't hurt either. It looks like they're trying to give us some nice prototyping features in Fireworks which sounds kind of interesting too.

AjaxWorld Wrap Up

By Andre Charland
March 26, 2008

I just got back from the AjaxWorld conference in New York last week. Here's my wrap up notes and thoughts on the event. On the whole it seemed very well attended and had some interesting and very packed sessions.


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