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ADDT, Dreamweaver CS5, DataAssist… which future?

Thread began 4/29/2010 9:42 am by Mike | Last modified 1/03/2011 10:23 am by Mike | 11336 views | 54 replies

Danilo Celic

Originally Said By: michele
  ADDT was the third version (MX Kollection 3) in the five years since launch (I remember that in august 2006 InterAKT was ready to lunch a beta of Kollection 4)… DataAssist in the tenth years since lunch only second version.  



I've been working at WebAsisst for 5 years (or will be on June 1st) and I worked on the first version of DataAssist, and it wasn't my first project, so DataAssist is certainly not in it's 10th year, it's no older than about 4.5 years...In the end, it doesn't matter which birthday DataAssist will be celebrating, when it comes to having some of the features you're asking for, but just wanted to clear that up.

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