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Jeffrey A. Stuart
Posted: 02/01/2001, 4:10 AM

As I said via email:

Very simple. You generate PHP code. :) Ultradev does not. :( See... very simple... LOL...
And hopefully, your code templates when you let us create our own, will be VERY easy to work
with. :) For me so far, the work flow has been generate my basic code with CC and then take
it to DW and modify the layout as needed and also add any special biz logic I need for it.
Frankly, that's what I want you to focus on. Leave the WYSIWYG HTML design to the programs
that do it best. (Which IMNSHO is Dreamweaver).

In article <95asl6$e63$1@news.codecharge.com>,support@codecharge.com says...
> May I ask why would you prefer integrating CodeCharge with Dreamweaver over
> simply using UltraDev/Dremweaver ?
> What is it that you like about CodeCharge or dislike about UltraDev and
> vice-versa ?
> Your feedback would help us determine your needs and prioritize our efforts.
>
> A lot also depends on technical ability to interface with a particular HTML
> design program.
>
> Thank you,
>
> Adam

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Jeff (FurBall)
WebOverdrive Newbie Tech Board
http://www.topniche.com/tech/
furball@weboverdrive.com
fastfish
Posted: 02/01/2001, 10:31 AM

Couldn't have put it better in fact I dont think I did in my e-mail to Adam.
My workflow with CodeCharge has been exactly the same as Jeffrey's code up a
basic stucture in Code Charge then take in into DW for formatting/designing
ultraedit for trimming@optimising code before checking it out to the server.

Jeffrey A. Stuart <jstuart@neo.rr.com> wrote in message > Very simple. You
generate PHP code. :) Ultradev does not. :( See... very simple... LOL...


CodeCharge
Posted: 02/01/2001, 10:34 PM

Gee, we thought there was more to it... :-)

Adam

Jeffrey A. Stuart <jstuart@neo.rr.com> wrote in message
news:MPG.14e31c7f1ec96563989685@news.codecharge.com...
> As I said via email:
>
> Very simple. You generate PHP code. :) Ultradev does not. :( See...
very simple... LOL...
> And hopefully, your code templates when you let us create our own, will be
VERY easy to work
> with. :) For me so far, the work flow has been generate my basic code
with CC and then take
> it to DW and modify the layout as needed and also add any special biz
logic I need for it.
> Frankly, that's what I want you to focus on. Leave the WYSIWYG HTML
design to the programs
> that do it best. (Which IMNSHO is Dreamweaver).
>
> In article <95asl6$e63$1@news.codecharge.com>,support@codecharge.com says...
> > May I ask why would you prefer integrating CodeCharge with Dreamweaver
over
> > simply using UltraDev/Dremweaver ?
> > What is it that you like about CodeCharge or dislike about UltraDev and
> > vice-versa ?
> > Your feedback would help us determine your needs and prioritize our
efforts.
> >
> > A lot also depends on technical ability to interface with a particular
HTML
> > design program.
> >
> > Thank you,
> >
> > Adam
>
> --
> Jeff (FurBall)
> WebOverdrive Newbie Tech Board
> http://www.topniche.com/tech/
>furball@weboverdrive.com

Jeffrey A. Stuart
Posted: 02/02/2001, 2:24 PM

Yeah, it works too... :) And doesn't crash... LOL

In article <95dkd2$efs$1@news.codecharge.com>,support@codecharge.com says...
> Gee, we thought there was more to it... :-)
>
> Adam
>
> Jeffrey A. Stuart <jstuart@neo.rr.com> wrote in message
>news:MPG.14e31c7f1ec96563989685@news.codecharge.com...
> > As I said via email:
> >
> > Very simple. You generate PHP code. :) Ultradev does not. :( See...
> very simple... LOL...
> > And hopefully, your code templates when you let us create our own, will be
> VERY easy to work
> > with. :) For me so far, the work flow has been generate my basic code
> with CC and then take
> > it to DW and modify the layout as needed and also add any special biz
> logic I need for it.
> > Frankly, that's what I want you to focus on. Leave the WYSIWYG HTML
> design to the programs
> > that do it best. (Which IMNSHO is Dreamweaver).
> >
> > In article <95asl6$e63$1@news.codecharge.com>,support@codecharge.com says...
> > > May I ask why would you prefer integrating CodeCharge with Dreamweaver
> over
> > > simply using UltraDev/Dremweaver ?
> > > What is it that you like about CodeCharge or dislike about UltraDev and
> > > vice-versa ?
> > > Your feedback would help us determine your needs and prioritize our
> efforts.
> > >
> > > A lot also depends on technical ability to interface with a particular
> HTML
> > > design program.
> > >
> > > Thank you,
> > >
> > > Adam
> >
> > --
> > Jeff (FurBall)
> > WebOverdrive Newbie Tech Board
> > http://www.topniche.com/tech/
> >furball@weboverdrive.com
>
>
>

--
Jeff (FurBall)
WebOverdrive Newbie Tech Board
http://www.topniche.com/tech/
furball@weboverdrive.com

   


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