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  1. I’m using the Dreamweaver CS5.5 Trial at the moment and watched the videos yesterday along with many others on AdobeTV.

    They are very good. I do really like what DW can do. I hope to win the CS5.5 Web Premium Suite, which would help more. I was surprised what Flash can do now regarding apps. Bear in mind that only Mac OS users are able to submit to the Apple Store.

    However, as Windows users we can still build apps for iPhone and iPad in addition to Android. My idea is to use friend’s Mac computer, transfer all files there, download the SDK and voila.

    • Hi Adam, thanks for your comments. Glad the videos helped and you’re right about your last point… If you read Adobe’s step-by-step Guide for Apple App Store Submissions, in the last section about how to upload your final app, they note:

      “The [Apple iTunes Connect] Application Loader utility is available only for Mac OS X 10.5.3 or later. In Windows, you can run Mac OS X inside a virtual machine.”

  2. Adam

    Thank you too. I didn’t know about a Mac virtual machine.

  3. Marli Harmse

    Hi, I want to follow your course for using Adobe CS5 to create websites and apps for mobile & tablets but the video for “HTML5 Content in Dreamweaver” is missing. Is there another link I can use to view it?

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