Adobe will issue free security patches for high-profile Creative Suite apps
Posted 12 May 2012 - 06:45 AM
I know that Dreamweaver does a lot of things. Particularly when it comes to back end stuff. But for designing web sites I am currently using Expresso. Hands down a much better streamline tool for achieving the CSS look you need. Coda is actually very good too. Now I go weeks without even opening Dreamweaver. Coda and Expresso have taken over 65% of my web development.
Posted 12 May 2012 - 06:42 PM
When the folks that only care about profit take over, the only way is public uproar. It is unfortunate that Adobe is been, for quite some time, focused on only milking there customer base. Meanwhile, Apple is giving them a headache by producing incredible software at an accessible price. I know that Adobe needs to make a profit to stay viable, but this subscription thing, their draconian upgrade policies and DRM implementation, have left me, a long time Adobe user, wishing for an alternative to there software. What Adobe should be focusing on is in creating insanely good software, not dreaming up schemes on how to profit further from there monopolistic position. Adobe, just remember, Quark was king once.
Posted 13 May 2012 - 06:39 AM
Adobe has had their collective head up their keaster for so long now that they have lost all sense of reality, at least for the moment they seem to have come up for a breath of air!
Posted 13 May 2012 - 06:57 AM
Posted 13 May 2012 - 02:36 PM
I agree. I like to add that what incentive does one have to move to the CS6 if it's still going to be crash prone, like CS5.5. Think about it, then they will be pushing 7 or 6.5, augmenting that it will alleviate CS6 instabilities? Fix your software before releasing new features. Stability trumps features in my book. The problem is that stability does not sell new version, features do. Quite the contrary, it my work against them if they make it too stable. People won't want to upgrade then.
Posted 15 May 2012 - 07:28 AM