David (dblume) wrote,

DreamWeaver vs. Seamonkey Composer

We have a new Vista system at home.  (My job is currently Microsoft-OS specific, and I've gotta dive into SilverLight and other platform specific tools.)  So I'm updating some crufty old software.  Currently, there's a 30-day trial version of DreamWeaver CS3 duking it out with Seamonkey Composer on the system.

I'm an enthusiast web developer.  (Not designer.  My sites look like crap, but they'll do.)  Seamonkey isn't everything I need.  DreamWeaver is more than I need, and won't be free for long.

I wish I had enough time to really compare the two!
Tags: web

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