Today there are several web authoring tools available to developers, and it can be an extremely difficult task to choose the right one for your needs. In this article Tim reviews Namo WebEditor 5: a fully-featured IDE for creating web pages quickly and easily. He talks about its IDE, the features that he found most useful from the application, as well as WebEditor 5's pro's and con's.
Today there are several web authoring tools available to developers, and it can be an extremely difficult task to choose the right one for your needs. Web authoring tools range from the basic text and graphics packages to the fully blown built-in WYSIWYG editing suites. We as web developers are all out to achieve one common goal: To create the best-looking, most functional web sites that we can, all in the smallest amount of time.
Namo WebEditor 5 is one of those WYSIWYG editors that you just know is going to be good even before you get it out of the box. As soon as I received my copy of WebEditor 5 in the mail, I quickly fumbled towards my office PC and proceeded to install it. I had spent the entire week looking at web editors to review, and after emailing the team at Namo I had a copy of WebEditor 5 in my hot little hands within 4 days.
In this review we will take a brief look at Name WebEditor5. We will look at its features, its pro's and con's, as well as my opinion regarding whether or not it's suitable as an IDE to replace what you're using now.