FrontPage gets the boot

Subject: General Tech | May 16, 2006 - 12:04 PM |

Microsoft has given up on FrontPage, replacing it with 2 new tools.  The Expression Suite is supposed to allow standards-based website creation, and as well it is designed to play nice with ASP 2.0.  Read more about this at CNET.

"Microsoft is in the process of moving from one Web design tool, FrontPage, to two programs based on

that technology--Expression Web Designer and Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007. With the

Expression line, it hopes to appeal to designers and illustrators with tools meant to make it easier

for them to work with developers of back-end applications. Expression Web Designer will allow

developers to build standards-based Web sites, and it will have close integration with Microsoft's

ASP.NET 2.0 server software, Microsoft said."

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