|I’m sorry but Dreamweaver is dying|
|Posted by: Digg on Mar 8th, 2009 5:20 AM|
|The real problem for Dreamweaver and for its users is that the nature of the web is changing dramatically. Dynamically-generated web applications, from Amazon right down to the humble blog, all offer much more – in-built commenting, voting, RSS feeds, etc - than the best sites built on static HTML can ever hope to provide.
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