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Over the last year, we’ve made a lot of improvements to Dreamweaver to make it easier for you to see edits in real-time without going to your browser, produce standards compliant code, and complete tasks more quickly in the streamlined user interface. We’ve also made substantial improvements to the underlying architecture of Dreamweaver to help you work more efficiently.
In our next release of Dreamweaver we will take another big step towards modernization by moving to a native 64-bit architecture. The next version of Dreamweaver will only be supported on 64-bit Macs aligning with Apple’s decision to require 64-bit hardware with the release of OS X 10.7 (Lion). Mac and 64-bit Windows users will enjoy newfound responsiveness, stability and performance, as Dreamweaver CC will begin to take full advantage of better memory addressability inherent with modern hardware and operating systems. On Windows, both 32 and 64-bit processors will be supported (Windows 7 and higher).
As a result of this architectural change, the new installation experience will be different than in the past:
- Installing the next version of Dreamweaver CC will replace your installation of the June 2014 release. If you wish to continue using the June 2014 release, you will be able to download and reinstall it separately.
- If you are using third-party extensions, they will need to be reinstalled. We expect a very small number of these extensions to be incompatible with the next version of Dreamweaver CC and require reinstallation. We have been working with extension developers, to help ensure a smooth transition to 64-bit support and expect the transition to go smoothly.
The next version of Dreamweaver CC will take a giant leap into the future, and having a 64-bit computer will ensure you’ll be able to have the best experience possible. Be sure to watch the live stream of Adobe’s MAX keynote to see what else is coming for Dreamweaver.
The Dreamweaver Team
Get to know the new features in Dreamweaver CC 2014 with the help of a whole bunch of recently published tutorials. From managing your websites to ensuring HTML5-compliancy, we’ve got a round-up of the latest learning materials available below.
Learn how to…
Use Live Highlight, modernized Live View and CSS Designer
Get a rundown on new features including how to edit and preview web pages with new Live View features in this Dreamweaver CC video tutorial.
Develop responsive and mobile sites
Take the next step in web design and learn how to create fully responsive site and mobile apps that play well with all screen sizes in this Dreamweaver CC video tutorial.
Use Code View to edit your web designs
Learn how to design web pages using the tools in Dreamweaver CC that are made for writing and managing code in this video tutorial.
Publish and manage your websites
Get up and running! Learn how to publish and manage your websites by following along with this Dreamweaver CC video tutorial.
Enhance typography in your web designs
Make your designs bold. Get the rundown on how to add unique typography to your projects using Edge Web Fonts and Typekit integration in this Dreamweaver CC video tutorial.
Test and preview your work in Dreamweaver
Ensure you’ve got it right. Get acquainted with the different ways you can test and preview your work in this Dreamweaver CC video tutorial.
Edit CSS properties visually
Learn how to leverage the visual CSS Designer Panel in Dreamweaver to control the look of your HTML content in this Dreamweaver CC video tutorial.
Create HTML5-compliant pages
Use the visual tools in Dreamwevaer CC to add HTML content that jives well in a variety of browsers in this video tutorial.
Navigate Dreamweaver’s user interface to work faster
Find your way around Dreamweaver CC. Get to know the different panels, menu options, and editing views you can use to create web pages in this video tutorial.
Looking for more?
You can find a whole lot more Dreamweaver CC learning content on Adobe Learn & Support center. Stay up-to-date on the latest tutorials by following us on Twitter @Dreamweaver or give us a ‘Like’ on Facebook! Happy coding!
We’re working hard to get the word out about the stories behind the great work our users are doing with Dreamweaver CC and we’re hoping you can help.
If you’ve recently created a website or app with Dreamweaver CC that you think is worth recognition, let us know. We’d like to help share with the world the great work you’ve done to inspire others to do the same.
So, how can I get involved?
It’s quite simple. All you need to do is complete a form and we’ll be in touch to bring your story to life.
What’s in it for me?
The stories which we publish will receive public recognition by way of promotion on Adobe social channels, and a special thank you will be sent to you in the mail. Not to mention, it’s likely that this new found attention to your work will result in an uptick in traffic. We’d call this one a win-win. Agree? Then get started by completing this simple form to be part of the story!
We can’t wait to see your innovative work and help give it the attention it deserves with exposure to millions of our fans and followers.
Product Marketing Manager
Today we’re excited to announce the 2014 release of Dreamweaver CC! This latest version will improve your productivity and streamline your web design process, making it quicker for you to build and edit your web and mobile projects.
Can’t wait to get your hands on it? Download Dreamweaver CC now.
Here’s what you’ll find in this release:
New Live View editing
This update adds new editing features within Live View, which was upgraded to use a brand new rendering engine last August. You can now visually edit your page and preview changes without switching between display modes and constantly refreshing.
Need to change an image? Click on it and swap it out. Need to edit text? Change it without having to scrub through your markup. With Element Display, you have quick access to CSS selectors, tag information, image editing properties and text editing and formatting, so you don’t have to spend a lot of time with development tools to decipher how and where CSS properties are applied. Now, you can click on HTML elements inside of Live View and immediately see the element tag, applied CSS selectors, so you can quickly add or delete selectors found in your stylesheets. You now also have access to the CSS Designer, Insert Panel, Properties Inspector and other panels to quickly build and edit your page within Live View. Learn more about how to use Live View features here.
Element Quick View
Navigating HTML markup can be tedious since all your tags get lost between the content that fills your page. With the Element Quick View you get access to a display list of all the elements within your DOM (kind of like an elements panel for HTML) without having to sift through the noise of additional markup. Inside of this view you can view applied CSS selectors and rearrange, duplicate or delete elements. Your selection is also highlighted in both Code and Live views to see where the element lives on your page. Learn more about how to use the Element Quick View here.
Copy > paste > edit is an old and cumbersome method of writing CSS that’s error prone. Now in the CSS Designer you can right click on a selector to copy all of the applied styles and paste them onto a new selector. You can filter what you copy by layout, text, border, background or animation styles and even navigate to live websites within Dreamweaver and grab styles from there. It’s the little things that add up.
There’s more you’ll find in this release, including new video tutorials to help you get started, site management certificate support and other improvements and bug fixes. See a full list of what’s new here.
Grab the latest version Dreamweaver CC and see for yourself how these features work and can improve your productivity. This release was made possible by feedback from users like you – you can now provide your feedback directly within Dreamweaver CC(Help>Submit Bug/Feature Request) or through our community forums. Thank you for your continued support and help.
Without proper care, storm sewer systems can carry hazardous materials into public water supplies. That’s why the Broome-Tioga Stormwater Coalition hired Hue to design a multimedia campaign to educate residents in the Southern Tier of New York state about clean water habits.
Using Adobe Creative Cloud, the full-service agency developed a fully responsive website, print materials, and a television ad that ran during the Super Bowl for the Water From Rain campaign. To communicate about reducing pollution in stormflows, Hue relied on the integrated, streamlined workflows in Adobe Creative Cloud.
Built with Adobe Dreamweaver CC, the website is fully responsive and displays smoothly on tablets and mobile devices. “I like to approach websites from a design perspective, rather than focusing just on technical specs,” says Peter Hoffman, web director at Hue. “Adobe Dreamweaver CC enables me to feel extremely confident in how my designs are implemented.”
To successfully translate his designs to multiple devices, Hoffman relied on Adobe Edge Inspect CC. By checking the website flow on different screens, he was able to make sure everyone viewing the site would have the same experience, regardless of device.
Through his Creative Cloud membership, Hoffman also gained access to Adobe Photoshop CC and Adobe Edge Reflow CC and enjoyed experimenting with the integration between the two apps. “Taking static ideas to the web can be challenging, but the integration between Adobe Photoshop CC and Adobe Edge Reflow CC made it easy to generate responsive web assets,” says Hoffman.
Since the television commercial ran during the Super Bowl, visits to the campaign’s website have averaged 3 minutes, 42 seconds, with a bounce rate of only 1.8%. http://adobe.ly/1ilFdfC
Now you can connect OneNote to over 80 other services like Email, Twitter, Craigslist, and your phone.
Introducing the OneNote Channel on IFTTT.
IFTTT is a service that lets you create powerful connections with one simple statement — if this then that.
Sync content across apps, archive data that’s important to you, and control the notifications you want to follow. Learn more about IFTTT and unlock new value in the products you use every day.
Recently Livescribe released a new version of their Livescribe+ app to send notes easily to OneNote. Now you can use pen and paper to take notes, and access that information on any device with OneNote.
The Livescribe 3 is a smartpen that connects to an iPhone or iPad to transfer handwritten notes to your mobile device. You can go into a lecture or meeting with your smartpen and a Livescribe notebook, store every note, drawing or idea, and capture everything that you might need in the future.
Writing with pen on paper is a very quick and natural way to capture information, something people have been doing for centuries. For OneNote fans, this new collaboration with Livescribe makes that information more valuable and more useful by integrating it into OneNote notebooks.
If you have a Livescribe 3 smartpen, you can get started by tapping on the Share icon inside Livescribe+. You’ll see a Send dialog with the OneNote icon – tap on that to log into OneNote with your Microsoft account. The default behavior under Send Options is to upload each page you select in Livescribe+ as an individual PNG file which will get imported directly into your OneNote notebook. You can also change it so all the pages you select will be uploaded as a PDF attachment.
Hope you enjoy this new way to write your notes down, and store and organize them in OneNote. For more How To info and to purchase a Livescribe smartpen, please visit www.livescribe.com/blog/noteworthy
News360 is a free app for your iOS, Android or Windows device that helps you find the best stories around the web without being overwhelmed. With more than 4M users and content from over 100,000 sources, it’s a great way to keep up with the news. Over the last two months, News360 worked together with the OneNote team to enable readers to save news stories discovered in the app directly into their OneNote account.
News360 is based on the understanding that every person has a different set of nuanced and ever-changing interests. For example, take two people who are interested in technology – one is a web developer who wants to learn the latest html5 tricks and the other is a fitness enthusiast who needs the latest scoop on wearable gadgets. A single “Technology” feed wouldn’t cut it for those two, so News360 analyzes both users’ social accounts and reading habits to quickly adapt to their differing needs and give each of them a uniquely tailored newsfeed.
The same works for all of your other interests too – News360 creates a single “Home” feed that aggregates all the content you like, from politics and technology to sports and hobbies, so that you don’t have to jump between different sources and topics, and the more you use it – the smarter it gets.
With the new update, it is now super-easy to save the great content you find in News360 to OneNote to read later on another device, or for future reference. Just tap share in any of the News360 mobile apps, and select OneNote – this will export the full article into your OneNote Quick Notes section.
Download News360 for your device or try it out on the web at http://news360.com/
Steve Feldstein is the Director of Laser and Scanner Products at Brother International.
Brother International Corporation recently updated their ADS-1500W Wireless Enabled Compact Scanner to support direct scanning to OneNote, which can help virtually everyone in your office convert paper documents into electronic files and make them available for online sharing and collaboration. Once scanned into OneNote, files can be organized in notebooks and conveniently accessed by authorized users through Windows, Windows Phone devices, iOS devices (iPhone and iPad), Android devices, and through a browser with OneNote Online.
Scanning documents into OneNote is an ideal way to share information between multiple branches of the same office, a mobile sales team or other professionals deployed in the field – even members of a global workforce! OneNote enables genuine collaboration by giving multiple users the ability to modify and edit documents with their notes, thoughts, pictures, tables and more. Used in conjunction with the Brother ADS-1500W, OneNote can create an open, collaborative working environment where hardcopy documents are transformed into digital files where ideas are exchanged freely, and not limited by location, time differences, or operating systems.
In addition to direct-to-OneNote scanning, the Brother ADS-1500W packs the flexibility of wireless networking, cloud connectivity, and an intuitive color touchscreen display into a compact, desk-friendly size. The ADS-1500W can also scan directly to OneDrive and SharePoint, making it an ideal compact scanner for businesses that use the Microsoft portfolio.
One of our goals is to make it easy to get content into OneNote, no matter where you are or what app you’re using. firstname.lastname@example.org is a big step towards that goal. Now, you can use any ‘Email this’ button to send content to OneNote.
Email to OneNote is a great way to forward receipts, travel itineraries or documents that you want to keep track of from your mailbox. If you’re on the run and want to send yourself a quick to do, it’s hard to get faster than writing up a quick mail. Or, if you’re in an app, and want to remember what you’re seeing, you can do so quickly by sharing via email.
Try it out now
To get set up just visit the email settings page and select the addresses from which you would like OneNote to accept emailed content. You can also add any email addresses that are not already associated with your Microsoft account by using the link at the bottom of the settings page. If you don’t remember any of that, just send an email to email@example.com and we will email back with instructions.
Now you’re ready to email content to OneNote quickly and easily! Please let us know in the comments if you have any feedback, we would love to hear from you.