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Review: Namo WebEditor 5

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.

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By: Tim Pabst
Rating: 5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars5 stars / 30
February 12, 2002
  1. · Review: Namo WebEditor 5
  2. · WebEditor 5 in review
  3. · WebEditor 5 in review (contd.)
  4. · Conclusion

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Review: Namo WebEditor 5 - Conclusion
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WebEditor 5 is an extremely powerful IDE for creating a wide variety of web pages and applications including those that require database support. Even if you've never designed a web page before, you can use WebEditor 5's WYSIWYG interface and be up and running with your first page within 5 minutes. If you’re a web newbie or even a complete web guru, then WebEditor is sure to have several features that appeal to you and that can save you time.

  • Has a professional, yet simple and clean development environment that is similar to Office 2000 and Star Office.
  • Is extremely powerful and has advanced document and image editing functions already built-in: it's a complete web editing solution!
  • The ability to load and save remote files is a big time saver if you're constantly updating your sites that are already live on the Internet.
  • Handy built-in JavaScript wizards save you lots of time and can give your site that extra bit of creative flair in as little as thirty seconds.
  • Includes powerful support for accessing local or remote databases using a direct connection or system DSN's. The data in these databases can be manipulated to be part of a HTML form or even a sophisticated, dynamically generated chart or graph.
  • Lacks an integrated HTML 4 tutorial or reference guide.
  • Doesn't include any pre-created sites to play around with.
  • Needs more advanced database access tutorials and maybe a page of links to sites that show users how to work with and create databases effectively.
Overall Rating

Namo WebEditor 5Overall, I give WebEditor 5 nine and a half stars out of ten. I would recommend it to anyone interested in web development and databases including beginners, intermediate users, and expert web developers alike. Its built-in time saving features are just to good to live without. It's a must have!

Namo WebEditor 5 can either be downloaded online for $139 USD, or ordered/purchased boxed for $149 USD. For more information on WebEditor 5 or to purchase, you can visit http://www.namo.com
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