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Adobe Debuts Slate For Simple Web Design

  • Engadget, Thursday, April 2, 2015 11:20 AM
Adobe just released a new iPad app named Slate, which it’s positioning as an easy way for tech novices to create Web-based reports, newsletters and the like. Think of Slate like a layout version of Adobe's Voice app,” Engadget suggests. “The software that debuted last year with a collection of templates for quickly producing video.”

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  1. David Off from ProWeb365, August 7, 2015 at 3:45 a.m.

    Thanks for nice inform about this release. Adobe slate is easy to learn and use with a basic set of professionally designed themes for <a href="">web design</a> process, Adobe Slate makes it fun to create text-and-photo-based scrolling narratives and grid-based photo galleries. Slate generates standard CSS in linked stylesheets that reside on Adobe's servers. The styles are a basic set of CSS styles linked to HTML tags: default paragraph, H1, H2, lists and blockquote

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