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Dreamweaver and Flash join Edge Tools in the cloud

Jackie Dove | May 7, 2013
Dreamweaver, one of the first, and perhaps the most famous visual Web-design app, has evolved over time into a powerful development tool that can facilitate almost any kind of website or project. Today the app--alongside Flash Professional and the HTML5-oriented Edge Tools & Services suite--joins Adobe's new Creative Cloud Web-oriented lineup. The company's new cloud initiative, announced at the Adobe Max 2013 creative conference, offers enhancements to all the Web-design applications.

In addition, you can manage large backgrounds or content positioned offstage with an unlimited pasteboard/work area. Detect potential problems in your code earlier in your workflow by integrating with Adobe Scout, a tool that offers advanced profiling and analysis of items such as CPU, GPU, memory use, and performance.

Edge Animate CC and Edge/Reflow Preview 3

The newest version of Adobe Edge Animate, Adobe's HTML animation tool, has been substantially updated. Custom motion paths and an option to create and reuse templates now speed up production. You can also opt to host your Animate runtime files on an Akamai-powered Adobe content delivery network, at no cost to you. As with all other Creative Cloud offerings, you can now seamlessly include Typekit fonts, in addition to Edge Web Fonts, in designs. Swipe gesture support lets you add left and right swipe events to elements for mobile projects. 


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