Dreamweaver FTP & Coding:
If you’ve been in the programming business for some time, you no doubt know how things used to be back in the mid-nineties. Web site designers never had the resources we have today to generate engaging content. While we also didn’t have the technology to ever display such amazing graphics and media, including video, we didn’t have programming tools that made life a little bit simpler for those who had to do all the designing. It was so bad in fact, that the only tool we had to properly code was called NOTEPAD. This hand coding was often a very tedious process for any web designer, and often resulted in a user having to upload their files to a website to determine if there were going to be issues. Finally, Dreamweaver was released in the new millennium, and designers were relieved with the stress that was finally taken off of their plate.
Dreamweaver Goes Further for hand Coders:
Additionally, Dreamweaver knows errors that you make in your coding that you may not see. From spellchecking to code verification, if something is wrong with you code, Dreamweaver knows about it and warns you that a command is off. This error checking feature is not only for coding basic, but acknowledges that all internet browsers work a little bit differently, and will give you a heads up as to what browsers won’t like a given line of code.
Finally, to save you the annoying hassle of uploading your file to an FTP for testing, Dreamweaver acts as an internal browser that can instantly execute your code to check for errors. You’ll get a true to life view of exactly how your coding project will look, regardless of how many files are needed to do so.