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Macromedia Dreamweaver UltraDev box

Macromedia Dreamweaver UltraDev (version 1) is an advanced version of Dreamweaver 3 from Macromedia with additional features to support building ASP, JSP, or ColdFusion applications.

Product historyEdit

Dreamweaver UltraDev was announced on May 8, 2000 as a replacement for Macromedia Drumbeat 2000.[1] It was released on June 7 at the JavaOne 2000 conference in San Francisco.[2]

Each copy of UltraDev was bundled with a single-user license of Allaire ColdFusion 4.5 Server and a tightly integrated version of HomeSite 4.5 (for Windows) or BBEdit (for Macintosh).[3][4] Ultradev was also included as part of Macromedia Dreamweaver UltraDev Fireworks 3 Studio.[5]

It was superseded by Dreamweaver UltraDev 4 (skipping version numbers so that the UltraDev and Dreamweaver version numbers would be consistent).

ReferencesEdit

  1. Macromedia introduces Dreamweaver UltraDev, Macromedia. 2000-05-08. Archived 2000-06-19.
  2. Macromedia ships Dreamweaver UltraDev, Macromedia. 2000-06-07. Archived 2000-07-11.
  3. ColdFusion Integration with Macromedia Dreamweaver UltraDev, Macromedia. Archived 2001-04-13.
  4. Macromedia Dreamweaver UltraDev Features, Macromedia. Archived 2000-10-07.
  5. Dreamweaver UltraDev Fireworks 3 Studio, Macromedia. Archived 2000-09-18.

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