Dreamweaver’s latest feature allows designers to create websites that are capable of working across desktops, tablets and mobile devicesalike. The Fluid Grid Layout technology together with the MultiScreen Preview panel allows developers to acquire compatibility with handheld products.
Another ability that’s worth mentioning is the set of CSS transitions, which greatly simplify creating captivating animations with little effort. In fact, the CSS support provided by Dreamweaver is awesome, as it ensures that you’re equipped with the necessary tools to display, inspect and edit CSS code, while providing a wide array of built-in CSS Starter Layouts.
Dreamweaver has other interesting features up its sleeve, including autocomplete, code highlighting (with the best picked colors), the possibility to connect to a FTP, edit and re-upload files without using a FTP client, the possibility of creating projects to easily edit multiple files, as well as a nice search and replace feature - including regex (regular expressions) search. The Code/Split/Design modes are similar to the ones found in Microsoft Visual Studio.
All things considered, Dreamweaver feature a rock-solid and pleasant environment that keeps developers updated with the latest HTML technology and trends in web design. It rapidly adjusts itself to the tendencies of the web and to the needs of the everyday user.