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Using Adobe Muse to design an app

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Dec 13, 2017

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Hi!  i have an HTML file of an app used by a company to submit forms and data electronically instead of with paper.  There is HTML and PHP and the functionality works well, only its not very nice to look at and they would like it redesigned to look professional and then be submitted to the android/Apple app stores.

Am I able to use Adobe Muse to design the look of the app and then somehow insert the php code? Or design in Muse and Use Dreamweaver to combine everything?

i have decent HTML and css knowledge but am a lot quicker using muse to design, which is why I don’t want to use Dreamweaver for the whole thing.

hope someone can help! Thanks!

If you are doing form submission via php to a Database, then you are better off using Dreamweaver from the very beginning. There are a few Muse widgets for form submission that you could try if the form is to send via email.

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Using Adobe Muse to design an app

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Hi!  i have an HTML file of an app used by a company to submit forms and data electronically instead of with paper.  There is HTML and PHP and the functionality works well, only its not very nice to look at and they would like it redesigned to look professional and then be submitted to the android/Apple app stores.

Am I able to use Adobe Muse to design the look of the app and then somehow insert the php code? Or design in Muse and Use Dreamweaver to combine everything?

i have decent HTML and css knowledge but am a lot quicker using muse to design, which is why I don’t want to use Dreamweaver for the whole thing.

hope someone can help! Thanks!

If you are doing form submission via php to a Database, then you are better off using Dreamweaver from the very beginning. There are a few Muse widgets for form submission that you could try if the form is to send via email.

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If you are doing form submission via php to a Database, then you are better off using Dreamweaver from the very beginning. There are a few Muse widgets for form submission that you could try if the form is to send via email.

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Excellent advice and Reply

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Thanks for that!

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if you decide to use Muse then have a look at this app design from an old 123.muse Max demo

https://images-tv.adobe.com/avp/vr/f9a22e0b-df84-4fab-95fd-82db9072a993/8899f4b9-f47f-4929-b75e-2637...

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