Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 embraces RWD

Every now and again, the web goes into evolution overdrive, and entirely new ways of working rapidly make existing techniques look archaic. For applications with long upgrade cycles, this can be challenging, but as noted in Creative Bloq’s Dreamweaver CS6 review, Adobe has had a good stab at embracing modern design techniques with the latest revision to its popular web-development tool.

The key change in Dreamweaver CS6 is a fluid grid layout template, enabling designers to build responsive websites in a visual manner, and preview the site in three different viewports (desktop, tablet, mobile). There’s a new CSS Transitions panel, providing a quick way to build transition effects, and there are boosts to mobile development through tools for working with PhoneGap and jQuery Mobile.

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