Q&A: Microsoft Unveils Next Generation of Web Authoring and Design Tools

Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007 and Microsoft Expression Web Designer feature deep support for open Web standards as well as extensive customization features.


[Via Microsoft PressPass – Top Stories]

Peter de Haas
Peter de Haas

Peter is gedreven door de eindeloze mogelijkheden die technologische vooruitgang biedt. Met een scherp oog voor het herkennen van oplossingen waar anderen slechts problemen zien, is hij een expert in digitale transformaties. Peter zet zich met volle overgave in om individuen, teams en organisaties te begeleiden bij het ontwikkelen van nieuwe vaardigheden en het implementeren van innovatieve oplossingen.

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  1. Henning,
    Good points
    On the “Why seven versions of Office” the number is not the objective I can tell you. I will give you my personal view on this ..
    A lot of this has to do with licensing i.e. what functionality do you get / buy for a certain price. Because of the variation in the type of users the solution has to meet these requirements. Although 7 is a large number I agree, it is far better than a one size fits all approach.
    As for IE7 crashing I am not aware of that, nor is it in my area of expertise to make any sensible remark about it …

  2. “Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007 and Microsoft Expression Web Designer feature deep support for open Web standards as well as extensive customization features.”
    as long as you use Microsoft Internet Explorer?
    But everything that helps to drop Frontpage is good anyway.
    As good as all your upcoming products might be. Why seven versions of Office, why two versions of a Frontpage successor. Does Microsoft have an alliance with Ikea to fill Billy shelves?
    Only because IBM has a product catalog with maybe thousands of Software packages does not mean that this is good.
    By the way why does IE7 beta always crash with a Visual C++ error here? I thought you were all doing .Net development now? At least V7 looks as ugly as my Notes client, nevertheless I do not like the new look and feel.

  3. henning. Ofcourse Microsoft is doing .NET development now (Did you look at MS CRM, SharePoint 2003? Biztalk? Commerce? CMS? But there is also still a lot of C++ programming going on (Windows, office etc) Why throw away lots of code which goes back many years? Nobody does that!

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