Adobe releases Dreamweaver 8.0.2 Updater

Adobe has released Dreamweaver 8.0.2 Updater which, according to the company, “improves code generated by Dreamweaver for server behaviors and for active content such as Flash. If you haven’t installed the 8.0.1 updater yet, simply install the 8.0.2 updater to get all the fixes for both updates. Also make sure the language version of the updater matches the language version of your copy of Dreamweaver. For example, you can’t use the English updater with a non-English version of Dreamweaver.

Full Release Notes and download link are available here.

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  1. Using GoLive or Dreamweaver to code large sites is great for a start, but use your own JavaScript. Both programs add their own flavor of JavaScript code for certain functions. And the code is WAY too long and complicated. You can find better JavaScript with the same functionality by doing a little research. Or if you are adept at writing your own, then that is best.

  2. What I want to know is, what’s gonna happen, regarding Fireworks? I’ve tried so hard to use Illustrator/Photoshop for slicing and dicing my web graphics, but Adobe’s implementation of slices is just such a PITA. Fireworks, while not the quickest App on the block meets my needs of vector and bitmap artwork, at screen resolutions, perfectly.

    Please Adobe, please don’t kill Fireworks! Instead, make it faster!!

  3. No Universal support though…I’ll stick with MX till Universal (for either GoLive or Dreamweaver) comes along.

    I like both for building the basic site, then I go into Source mode and tweak where necessary.

    Now I’ve got to add some Javascript knowledge…

  4. Adobe’s had Dreamweaver for what a 6 months/a year maybe? And they release an update for it.

    GoLive only gets an update when they release a total package upgrade – no matter how F’d up something might be for the user.

    Sometimes I hate Adobe.

  5. Ahh that’s better! I was using MX 2004 whenever I was coding any non-DHTML site because a bug made some pages load unbearably slow in version 8. Now it seems to be fixed. Things are much snappier.

    A universal version would just fly!

  6. sigh* No UB. Adobe did say it won’t release a Universal Binary until the next version (due one year from now!). I guess they really don’t have to hurry now seeing as they own a monopoly share of the best web WYSIWYGs ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”mad” style=”border:0;” />

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