Adobe ships new features, new apps, exclusively to cloud subscribers


Adobe today shipped the first public preview of Edge Reflow. First shown off last September , the new application for responsive Web design is designed to make it easier for developers to produce webpages that alter their layout in response to changes in screen size, enabling the same page to be used on both desktop and portable devices. The company is also shipping an update for three other tools. It’s adding direct support for using the free Edge Web Fonts to its Web development app Dreamweaver and its timeline-based animation software Edge Animate. Edge Animate is also picking up new support for CSS gradients. Finally, the Edge Code HTML editor, currently available as a preview, is being updated to support live previewing and a quick edit mode that allows scripts and styles to be edited where they’re used even when they’re stored in separate files. The new Edge Reflow app looks handy for those interested in responsive Web design, and the other improvements are pleasant if incremental. The most significant thing is not the updates themselves, however, but the fact that they’re being made exclusive to Creative Cloud subscribers. Buyers of the traditional perpetually licensed versions of Creative Suite are excluded. Read 3 remaining paragraphs | Comments

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Adobe ships new features, new apps, exclusively to cloud subscribers


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