Adobe Creative Cloud

Git, Set, Go with Dreamweaver CC

We’re very excited to announce the latest release of Dreamweaver CC with support for Git, a modern solution for developers working collaboratively. If you work for a design agency or contribute actively to an open source project, it’s likely you’ve used Git before. With Git integrated with the latest release of Dreamweaver, you’ll have the ability to easily maintain versions, efficiently manage source code in a secure repository, and collaborate real-time.

Right within Dreamweaver, you can Initialize a new or existing site to create a local Git repository or clone an existing repo.

Once cloned or initialized, you can use the Files panel to view file statuses in Git view, as well as perform common Git operations. Changes to code are indicated by Guttermarks in Code View, with appropriate colors to indicate addition, deletion, and modification. So keeping track of what changes have been made is easy to identify.

The new Git panel within Dreamweaver CC lets you perform most Git operations, such as Commit, Pull, Push, Fetch, and more. You can also manage Branches and Remote Repositories right within the app.

That’s not the only update in this release. You can also find two new code themes: Monaki and Classic. You can use these themes to take advantage of greater contrast and visual appeal of the colors in code view.

Download the update today from your Creative Cloud app manager, and let us know what you think!

Creative Cloud, Product Update, Web Design

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  • By Gaetano Giordano - 11:04 AM on June 13, 2017  


  • By Michael - 3:38 AM on June 14, 2017  

    Is there a detailed HowTo available?

  • By praveenkumar.a - 8:50 AM on June 16, 2017  

    cc version superb its working smooth

  • By Walter Broyles - 5:00 PM on June 16, 2017  

    Can dreamweavercc be run on apple ipad pro 10

  • By Oier - 12:23 AM on June 18, 2017  

    Will this work with bitbucket?

  • By Scott - 4:14 PM on June 29, 2017  

    How do I disable git in Dreamweaver? Although I use git from a PowerShell window, I do not have my site associated with a git repo. DW STILL tries to connect up with git and creates a index.lock which it never cleans up. Performance of DW tanks so bad, waiting up to 2 minutes for a file to load for editing. It also locks all other git processes from PowerShell from working because “another git process seems to be running”.