Hello team, if you do not intend to resume the development of Muse or its widget, could you make it open source as you did with the Action Script 3 language.
Thanks for your understanding.
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I think that stop this development is a big mistake. Someone told me that Adobe had plans to divide Muse funcionalities into Photoshop, Dreamweaver and Illustrator.
its a huge program ! i think they saw it could kill dreamweaver and sttoped with muse.
dreamweaver is a great program, but we just want a functional site and wix, wordpress delivers it withou to many complications! Adobe muse is great for us wich use the whole adobe suite prograns...
Yes, or kill the job of HTML / CSS / JS programmers.
This is obviously a shame, because I don't know of any other program that opens up such capacities with the widgets.
They have already done it with Flash Player, I was an AS3 programmer and I started AGAL for GPU when all browsers disabled it by default. How sad for me. It's like I was losing my job and I had to go back to school.
Perhaps it could revive Flash using a JS to WEBGL transpiler..
Adobe's decision makers won't see this. They don't look at user-to-user forums much. But even if they did, you guys are all missing the elephant in the room. Muse came out in 2012. The machine generated code it produced then is pretty much the same as today. Meanwhile browsers have made huge changes. And without re-programming the software with a new code generating engine, Muse cannot keep up with modern browsers and web standards. Eventually, all Muse generated sites will fail in one way or another.
Also don't forget that support for Muse officially ends in 2 months. Nothing you say or do will change that fact. So please get off this leaky boat while you can. Export your Muse sites to HTML and edit the native files in Pinegrow, Dreamweaver, Wappler or whatever code editor you like until you can re-build your sites outside Muse.
What are you using these days Nancy?
I use lots of different tools because I work with server-side code and database driven sites.
It's not what I use that matters. It's what you should use based on your skills and your project requirements. You must try everything to find out what works best for you.
Hi Nancy, precisely, there are too many possibilities these days, apart from HTML / CSS / SQL (the basic languages) we don't really know what to choose. I like systems like Muse, because it allows wemasters to focus on layout and design without worrying too much about code. Maybe also out of frenzy lol.
For the moment, I am interested in webassembly. But here is the problem, a technology is barely emerging, that already other tools are in incubators everywhere .. Hopefully this time, this new W3C will live long. anyway, better than binary code, what else? : D
In any case, the next generation of Muse philosophy has already been taken up by 3 French people.
blablabla Nancy, anyway, in the future, lotta here shall back do dreamweaver to update their sites... i dunno abroad, but in agencies clients just want a beautifull site, fast, dont wanna know bout code, how long time programmers spend their time to do the job, lets see what adobe will do in the future! its almost like with Audition and Soundbooth, there were times the program was killed and after was reborn ... and killed again... i remenber very well adobe payed to much for macromedia to buy dreamweaver, flash and fireworks..
Faits aucomplis. Don't delude yourselves with false hope from people who pretend to know what is happening. They don't. Muse and Business Catalyst are NOT coming back.
If that's right, I don't understand Adobe, why destroy the best of both. fortunately, other projects are emerging.