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I would advise you to see our website building applications i.e. Dreamweaver and Muse.
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WEB How to choose the best tools for your project
- Adobe Dreamweaver is primarily for professional website developers who live and breathe programming or for designers and project managers who have learned enough HTML to feel comfortable. Although it provides plenty of designer-friendly tools and templates, the major appeal of Dreamweaver is how it delivers full access to the code, with immediate feedback (through a split screen) of what the results look like. The same content can be published for a desktop browser or for mobile devices like the iPhone, iPad, or Android smartphones.
- Adobe Muse is a new tool primarily for designers who want to design and publish websites without writing code. With a graphical design interface baked in, Adobe Muse generates HTML code for publishing directly to the web. Muse sites can be hosted on the integrated Adobe Business Catalyst hosting platform or uploaded to a third-party hosting provider. Adobe Muse includes widgets, which are pre-built site features like slideshows and lightboxes, that you can drag and drop onto pages. However, Muse currently lacks support for developing sites that target mobile devices, such as the iPad, iPhone, and Android smartphones.
- Adobe Edge, currently in public preview on Adobe Labs, is used to create web animations. The files it produces are typically added to a website using a tool like Dreamweaver. The beauty of Edge is that the animations are based on the latest open standards such as HTML5 and CSS3. With no plug-ins required, animations work on the latest PC and Mac browsers in addition to mobile devices where Flash technology is not universally supported.