If, like us, you're a big fan of Dreamweaver and tend to use it daily to produce work for clients or even to edit your own homepage, you were probably quick to upgrade to Dreamweaver CS3, on release. We did, but primarily because it was required after an upgrade to Windows Vista. In hindsight, apart from an 'upgrade' to support Vista, there were few compelling reasons to upgrade. Even fewer reasons if you were a Mac Dreamweaver-based developer.
Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 has been released as a public preview and, like Adobe Fireworks 10 CS4, if you are an existing CS3 user, you can use this version for up to a month after the final release of Dreamweaver CS4, due later this year. This new version ships with a live preview function, so you can see how your pages look, live. It also has a brand new user interface and more. There are many core code changes in this version, so looks like more of a compelling release.
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