What is Adobe DreamWeaver and it is used for?

What is Adobe Dreamweaver and it is used for? In simple Dreamweaver is an WYSIWYG (What you see is what you get) editor, and it is mostly used by web designers and it can be used in other development environments like PHP & JSP. Dreamweaver is an IDE (integrated development environment). It is used to primarily to design and code HTML and CSS but can also be used for other languages because of its code syntax colouring. A “homepage” is just your primary landing page; Dreamweaver is used to create web pages (not just web pages that happen to be your primary landing page). HTML is static content but Dreamweaver can be use for PHP, JSP, ASP (server side languages that generate HTML). Dreamweaver is a wysiwyg (whay you see is what you get) environment that allows developers to create code and see the design components created in real time OR to create the design (with drag and drop components) and see the code created in real time.

Dreamweaver remains one of the most popular professional web design programs available. It offers a lot of power and flexibility for both designers and developers. There are a lot of features, which can make it intimidating, but in general, it is easy to pick up and start using and the advanced features make it possible to go from beginning web designer to professional in a very short period of time.

Dreamweaver is a WYSIWYG editor and code editor for Windows and Macintosh. You can use it to write HTML, CSS, JSP, XML, PHP, JavaScript, and more. It can read WordPress, Joomla!, and Drupal templates and it includes a grid system to do grid-based responsive layouts for three different device sizes at once. Plus, Dreamweaver offers a lot of tools for doing mobile web development including creating native apps for iOS and Android devices.

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Vivek Vengala
 

Vivek Vengala is a Online Entrepreneur, Web Developer from Hyderabad India.

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