Adobe Dreamweaver CS4: A user's perspective Is the upgrade price worth it? Yes indeed, says a long-term Dreamweaver user By Ross M. Now, only a year and a half later, the company has already introduced a brand new version, Dreamweaver CS4. Savvy Web page designers are probably asking themselves "Is this update worth it? You betcha. I've been using Dreamweaver since , well before Adobe bought Macromedia in I've used this tool to design my own personal Web site, design and maintain Web sites for others professionally, and collaborate internationally with large teams on large sites. I have sought a reasonable replacement for this handy tool over the years -- I prefer not to rely on a single product from a single vendor, and it is a bit pricey -- but I've always come back to Dreamweaver for its versatility and power. Nothing else comes close. Because there are a lot of important new features and changes in this update. Backward compatibility. One of Dreamweaver's strengths has always been its new versions' backward compatibility. CS4 doesn't disappoint in this regard -- I tried it out with sites designed almost 20 years ago well, 15 years anyway , and they could still be modified with today's version. Updating the sites to take advantage of some of the new design features, such as AJAX and Spry technology, was painless and a breeze.
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