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Dreamweaver has been reborn in a subscription that offers all the functionality of the original, but is designed to evolve with the changing needs of web designers and developers. Learn what Dreamweaver CC has to offer you, as Paul Trani previews a host of new and updated features included in the latest release. He demonstrates the streamlined and simplified interface, new Typekit fonts, easy-to-implement styling with the CSS Designer, and updated HTML5 and jQuery integration.
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(MUSIC). Hi, I'm Paul Trani, and I'm really excited to show you the latest version or Dreamweaver. In the latest version of Dreamweaver, the focus has been in a couple of areas. First, simplification. As you'll notice with the new, modern user-interface. Also creating CSS, I'll show you what I think is a more intuitive way to create CSS with the new CSS Designer panel. And even implement the latest in CSS standards, like box shadows, rounded corners, and gradients.
There's also the implementation of modern technologies, like jQuery and jQuery Mobile. So, if you're using nose technologies, it's easy to implement and customize those components using Dreamweaver. It is a very exciting release and I'm honored to show you these features and many more. So let's get started.
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