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» Adobe Dreamweaver CC & Enabling Maximum Creativity with the Creative Cloud
.. and took it for a creative spin around the new 64-bit block .. to see what it's like.
Wow. What a piece of software. What a well designed piece of software.
Elegant. Smooth. Rock stable. My first 64-bit Dreamweaver experience. Beautiful. I'm definitely impressed.
Tho I'm sure that the performance gains due to this new quad-core-based 64-bit laptop (10 years newer) have something to do with this favorable impression.
I must say .. that the interface is quite different from the CS4 version that I have become so accustomed to, since it was first released autumn of 2008. So it has been some 6 years to the CC 2014 release.
Difficult to disagree.
Adobe bought up, over the years, all these different creative digital apps and committed themselves to developing them into suite of creative capabilities that work together in order to produce the most creative environment possible. No mean feat.
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Creativity has always interested me.
This article however, says that the new Creative Cloud and the "controversial financial aspects of the subscription model" ..
While I can see how these CC 2014 upgrades bode well for the future of web design and web development ..
.. I would not upgrade myself to CC 2014 if I had Dreamweaver CS6. Because I do most of my work in Design View Mode, and not in Live View Mode.
And I only enter Code View when necessary, which is not very often.
When I get a chance, I am going to lift out this section on Dreamweaver CC and transfer it to its own separate entry ..
.. because the topic seems to require its own page.
Update - Looks like I must have got a chance because the lift-n-move is done.
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