Linked by Metin Amiroff on Tue 20th Apr 2004 17:30 UTC
General Development N|vu is a web development application with a WYSIWYG interface that is aimed to be user friendly, easy and powerful, sponsored by Linspire. This review looks at this program in detail and aims to help users to get an idea about it.
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Nvu pro
by Daniel Glazman on Fri 23rd Apr 2004 13:41 UTC

Eric Laffoon wrote:

> I don't think NVU is foundationally equipped to compete on
> a professional developer level

Not for the moment, I agree on that, not for the moment...
And about the old way of doing markup, I just do not know what you mean with that and I recommend you follow forthcoming Nvu improvement on the CSS and layout side. You could be surprised.
By the way, the screenshot [1] is not exactly what I call a new way of doing markup, sorry to say... Quanta is much more than an editor, it's an IDE, and it's not wysiwyg. Nvu is not an IDE and it's wysiwyg, strictly wysiwyg, its rendering engine being Gecko.

[1] http://quanta.sourceforge.net/screens/be_attrib_edit.png