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October 3, 2012 /Mobile /

Announcement Recap of the Create the Web Tour Kick-Off in San Francisco

Monday (Sept. 24) was quite a day for web designers and developers and Creative Cloud members! We kicked off the first leg of the Create the Web Tour in San Francisco, where we shared a number of updates and announcements. If you weren’t there for the action or able to tune in to the live stream, no worries! We’ve recapped all of the news for you:

Dreamweaver Updates – Exclusively for Creative Cloud members

Creative Cloud Dreamweaver users will be excited to hear that we’ve introduced six new features for easier authoring of HTML5-based websites, new support for compositions from Adobe Edge Animate, more robust FTP transfers, and more. Check out this video for a quick run-through:

New: Edge Tools & Services – Including the First Release of Edge Animate

The first release of Edge Animate is available – and it’s currently FREE. Check it out along with all of the Edge Tools & Services just announced to design and develop for modern browsers and mobile devices – including Edge Animate, Edge Inspect (formerly called Shadow), Edge Web Fonts, PhoneGap Build, Typekit and a preview of Edge Code. Get your hands on this whether you’re a free or paid Creative Cloud member. If you haven’t signed up, get free access to Creative Cloud now.


For more of a recap along with reactions from the community to the news, here are some highlights of the social conversations. Take a look at even more about #CreateTheWeb on Twitter:


Create the Web

We kicked off our #CreatetheWeb Tour in San Francisco on Monday, Sept. 24, where we shared a number of new features and announcements around designing and developing for the modern browser and mobile devices. Check out the highlights captured by attendees and live stream viewers below.

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Dreamweaver CS6 is getting a new HTML5 update + integration with Adobe Edge Animate – today. #createthewebRaymond Camden
At Adobe’s #CreateTheWeb event, pretty cool so far! Anyone else here? @npdoty maybe? 🙂 Hein
How many web designers watching @veen talk about fonts at #createtheweb and actually weeping because it’s about damn time? #thatWouldBeMeMolly E. Holzschlag
#CreateTheWeb @KevinLynch: the best way to move the web froward is a combination of open standards and contributing code to open sourceKevin Marks
Adobe Edge Inspect (formerly Adobe Shadow) enables synchronized multi device/platform debugging #CreateTheWeb Trice
Yes! Adobe Edge Code has integrated web fonts! #CreateTheWebDavid Egbert
Woohoo hello blend modes! #createtheweb
Adobe’s CSS work is looking fairly killer! #createthewebJoseph Labrecque
AWWWW YEAH!!! #EdgeAnimate #Createtheweb Hunt
Adobe Edge Reflow, response layout for HTML and CSS and JavaScript, built in HTML and CSS and JavaScript #CreateTheWebBen Forta
Beautiful new monospace font, open source, introduced today: Source Code Pro #createtheweb Gourdol
Typekit is serving 1.5 million sites that had 8 billion page views last month. – Jeff Veen #createthewebrachelbain
Adobe Typekit partnering with Google for Adobe Edge Web Fonts. Over 500 free web fonts #CreateTheWeb Trice
Adobe phone gap Build looks awesome #CreateTheWebPablo Carpio
Wow! Some amazing new tools from #Adobe today at #CreateTheWeb! Can’t wait to get started using them.Jason Peterson
Backstage at #createtheweb:

You can also check out this video recap below: