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Anybody else using WeBuilder?

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02-12-2013, 11:45 AM
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Hi!

I've been looking at a replacement for Dreamweaver for a long time,
and came across WeBuilder: http://www.webuilderapp.com/
Anybody else using it?

Sort of documented my journey with it here:
http://forums.blumentals.net/viewforum.php?f=25

So far looking good, not perfect, but it looks like a serious tool.
Hopefully it will continue to develop, and might be just what I need.

It's some times a pain not having WYSIWYG, but that's a lot habit I guess..

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It's some times a pain not having WYSIWYG, but that's a lot habit I guess..
That's because WYSIWIGs are toys and coding environments are tools.

It seems like a decently featured editor. Just don't let it replace actually learning the stuff. These editor features are supposed to be stuff that speeds you up, if you depend on the feature there's a problem.

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Originally Posted by Village Genius View Post
That's because WYSIWIGs are toys and coding environments are tools.
Well, I deal a lot with national specific characters,
and Dreamweaver was indeed helpful in design view with those.
It's really a speed-killer having to do search and replace for that.

I just need to get a different workflow, and possibly converting to UTF-8.

And I need to get other habits for workflow regarding lists, and p/div with repeating formatting. Will see..

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