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December 18, 2015 /

Bootstrap v3.3.6 now in Dreamweaver CC 2015.1

In Dreamweaver CC 2015.1, we introduced “In-App Updates” – a seamless way for us to deliver updates of small chunks that could include templates, enable Dreamweaver to support latest versions of frameworks such as Bootstrap, and more.

That said, we’re thrilled to announce our first “In-App Update.” This particular update allows you to create responsive sites in Dreamweaver using the latest version of Bootstrap – v3.3.6.

How do I download and install the “In-App Update”?

The best part about In-App Updates is that you do not have to explicitly download updates using Adobe Creative Cloud desktop app or from Adobe.com – these are delivered to you automatically!

  1. If you’re connected to the internet while running Dreamweaver, you should see the following notification:

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  1. Once you see this message, click Update to begin downloading.

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  1. Once the Update is downloaded successfully, relaunch Dreamweaver to install the update. The following message is displayed to confirm that the update was successful.

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After the update, you will see that:

  • The bootstrap.css file version is 3.3.6 when you create Bootstrap documents
  • Bootstrap components that will be inserted are of version 3.3.6

Note: The Bootstrap starter templates are not updated and remain versioned 3.3.5.

If you’re not seeing the update notification..

  • Check back in a day (or two) and relaunch before you check for the update notification.
  • Check if you have a working internet connection.
  • If you’re still running into issues seeing/running the update, do let us know.

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Join the discussion

  • By Jeff Harbinger - 1:57 AM on December 19, 2015  

    Will there be an in-app update to address the multiple issues with code-collapse that are now present in Dreamweaver CC 2015 and if so when?

    These issues include (but are not limited to):
    being unable to collapse large portions of text which do not have
    being unable to collapse different sections of lines which have multiple
    sometimes being unable to uncollapse previously collapsed areas
    sometimes having to rearrange code to enable the collapse ‘arrows’ in the margin to show
    the inability to choose what I collapse – DW used to be wonderful for just hiding portions of code I was working on, yet now I cannot hide the areas that I (the DEVELOPER) wish to.
    the inability to collapse elements from the bottom up – why has this functionality been removed?? This makes our jobs a lot more difficult!!

    I’d personally just be happy to go back to the old manner of code-collapsing, the current integration is too buggy and missing many must-have features. However, if you are not going to revert then at least fix the bugs in the current version!!! We pay you money every month, yet your software gets more bug-filled with every new ‘feature’. Please fix them before adding yet more (for the most part) useless features!!

  • By Jeff Harbinger - 1:59 AM on December 19, 2015  

    Your comments form has stripped some of my text from previous comment!!! the missing word was < tags &rt;

  • By Ryan Stewart - 9:21 AM on January 4, 2016  

    Hi Jeff,

    Are you using the 2015.1 release of Dreamweaver? The team fixed a number of issues relating to code collapse between 2015 (released in June) and 2015.1 (released in November) and it should work much closer to the old way.

    If you ARE using 2015.1 and still seeing issues, or if you have questions about how to update, definitely feel free to drop me an email – ryan@adobe.com

    =Ryan
    ryan@adobe.com

  • By Stephen Franklin - 2:02 AM on February 29, 2016  

    Love the idea of this feature but so far it has not worked at all, just get a message: “Opps! Something went wrong – could not download the updates. Try again.”

    Seems to be a little broken.

    S

    • By preran - 10:11 PM on March 1, 2016  

      Hi Stephen, this issue is being fixed for the next update. Meanwhile, can you try the solution in this doc? http://adobe.ly/1pmYHMI

  • By Stephen Franklin - 2:51 AM on March 4, 2016  

    Thanks Preran, will give it a go.

    S