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HTML5, CSS3, and More with Expression Web 4 SP1
If you’re designing for the web (especially with HTML5 and CSS3), take a look at Expression Web 4 , a design-focused environment for HTML, CSS, validation, SEO, and more. See “ Top 10 Features ” for an introduction. Expression Web 4 Service Pack 1 has just been released, adding a bunch of new features...
24 Mar 2011
Resources and Screencasts from the Northeast MSDN Roadshow “Don’t Fear the Coder” Tour
As we gear up for the next Northeast Roadshow series (in March) , Jim and I have put the wraps on the previous tour by posting the content and recording screencasts based on each session. The “Don’t Fear the Coder” tour was a blast, and Jim and I visited a whopping seven cities across the northeast in...
21 Jan 2010
New Expression Web Community-Based Wiki
An MVP based here in the northeast, Kathleen Anderson has announced on her blog that there is a new Expression Web Wiki . It features resources for learning and working with Expression Web, links to related blogs and sites, and more. As with other Wikis, it's open for editing by the community and I'm...
30 Apr 2008
Summary of MIX '08 Highlights
It's been a busy week (getting ready for the 2008 Launch event in Boston next week), but I have a moment to share details from my trip to MIX '08 last week. It was my first MIX, and incredibly, my first visit to Las Vegas! Not a lot of free time to absorb the city, but it was great. Didn't get to go...
14 Mar 2008
A Guide to the Newly-Released Developer Updates
Though I managed to sneak away for some vacation time this week, it's clearly been a busy time for the product teams. Here's a summary of the recently-released betas and updates with links for more information: Silverlight Silverlight 1.0 Release Candidate ( windows | mac ) Silverlight 1.1 Alpha Refresh...
29 Jul 2007
Expression Web and Blend Available to MSDN Subscribers
A common question I receive when discussing the Expression products is whether there are plans for availability to MSDN subscribers. I'm glad to pass along word of Soma's announcement that Expression Web is available (and Expression Blend will be available) to all MSDN Premium subscribers: "Based on...
4 Apr 2007
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