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Thread began 10/21/2009 3:40 am by mrosa1379967 | Last modified 11/03/2009 10:56 am by mrosa1379967 | 4840 views | 15 replies


Er No!

Originally Said By: Office Guy-172461
  Adobe ditches ASP.NET Support in Dreamweaver CS4

Dreamweaver version CS4 to drop ASP.NET support!

These are pre CS4 release and they are just wrong. I have made over 25 ASP sites with DW CS4 and a couple of learning sites in ASP.Net which I have also made using Expression Web 2.

I have recently received my copy of Expression Web 3 and won't be rushing to make that my main development system.

Guess I'm gonna have to make the jump to PHP but it will be a wrench to give up all those neat ASP extensions that I currently use.

Interestingly DMX Zone, Community MX and others remain committed to ASP with their extensions.



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