Last post Sep 06, 2005 05:52 PM by dot365
Mar 31, 2005 10:56 PM|stevesimon|LINK
Apr 21, 2005 09:13 PM|pmcgouir|LINK
Apr 28, 2005 08:59 PM|dot365|LINK
So am I. Since Adobe doesn't really have a product that can compete with Dreamweaver I'd hope Dreamweaver will continue to get improved.
However, having tried VS.net 2005 betas and having experienced Dreamweaver's support for ASP.net in the past and current version Dreamweaver would have to have pretty miraculous ASP.net support for me to buy the next version.
I wouldn't be suprised if Dreamweaver dropped support for ASP.net and focused on ColdFusion and Java development.
Apr 30, 2005 06:04 AM|stevesimon|LINK
Aug 21, 2005 01:18 PM|magicbeat|LINK
Sep 06, 2005 05:52 PM|dot365|LINK
I was disappointed that ASP.net was hardly mentioned on the new Dreamweaver feature list. It does sound like there are not significant improvements to their ASP.net support. However, since it hasn't been released yet we can only wait and see. It does
sound like they are targetting more for the Cold Fusion and PHP coders.
Other Dreamweaver 8 improvements sound pretty nice, especially the improved CSS support.