Extend Studio Unveils FlexiMenus JS for Dreamweaver

Bucharest, Romania (PressExposure) June 29, 2009 -- Following the latest market demands and technological advancements, the revolutionary “InBrowser Editing” provides a break trough in the usual development work using Dreamweaver: the menus can be edited and managed directly from the browser. By using this approach, all the UI controls used to create the menus are propagated in the default browser, which boosts productivity by displaying all the changes in real time without the need to switch back and forth between the development and the testing environment.

“Over the last 4 years, our goal was to ease up the work of designers and web developers that create web applications. I’m happy to say that our newest release, the FlexiMenus JS continues Extends Studio’s tradition to provide tools that cut development costs and simplify developers work and in the same time to be compliant with the latest Web trends and techniques.” said Radu Horea, Extend Studio’s founder and CEO.

FlexiMenus JS offers 30 eye-catching effects transition effects like Fade, Slide, Reveal, etc. and 15 menus skins that can be managed from the Design View in Dreamweaver, with no coding required. Thanks to the powerful styling system, every menu design element can be individually customized with new fonts, colors, margins, images and text styles.

More details on http://www.extendstudio.com/FlexiMenusJS

About Extend Studio

Extend Studio develops a suite of Dreamweaver extensions and Flash components that ease up designers and web developers work. Our tools extend the functionality of Flash (8, CS3, CS4) and Dreamweaver (8, CS3, CS4) bringing new features, optimizing the development and increasing the productivity for both beginners and advanced users.


Press Contact:
Cristian Dorobantescu

marketing [at] extendstudio.com
+40 (21) 310.63.42
http://www.extendstudio.com

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Press Release Submitted On: June 29, 2009 at 11:02 am
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