Lesson 18: Dreamweaver CC New Features
Dreamweaver’s features evolve as the Web evolves. In this lesson, you’ll take a tour of Dreamweaver’s new features.
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What’s new in Dreamweaver CC?
Dreamweaver CC follows the release of Dreamweaver CS6 and offers a number of significant changes and improvements over the previous release. While many of the features are new, subscribers to Adobe’s Creative Cloud service have been able to utilize some of them as part of Adobe’s ongoing upgrade process. This is due to the fact that web technology continues to evolve at a rapid pace and a program such as Dreamweaver needs to keep pace with these changes. Features such as native HTML5 support, improved Fluid Grid Layouts, Adobe Edge Web Fonts integration, Adobe Animate support and improved FTP support have made their way into the Cloud Subscription version and are now available.
Dreamweaver CC boasts many new features on top of those made available to CS6 Creative Cloud subscribers, specifically, a new CSS Designer panel with a visual workflow and improved support of CSS3 including CSS3 Transitions, Gradients, rounded borders, and the addition of jQuery UI Widgets ...