Re: If you could use what you wanted, knowing then what you know now.

Subject: Re: If you could use what you wanted, knowing then what you know now.
From: John Posada <john -at- TDANDW -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 17 Mar 1999 13:37:22 -0500

I want the site managment capabilities of FPExplorer, the integration
with other apps in the MS suite, the ease of ASP creation, and the team
collaboration over a network.

I've never had a problem with FP code on any web server (NT, UNIX, SUN,
Apache), my machines have never crashed when running FR, I own it, I'm
comfortable with it, the new assignment's database is an Access database
which I can easly create dynamic query access from FP, and I've seen
FP2000 and it ROCKS!! Also, the new version really does preserve
imported HTML without alterations.

However, as I said (3 times), I don't want to make this a "who's code is
better" discussion, because, to be honest, virginal code is just not my
priority. I applogize for it, but I'm just not a purist...I'm a
deliverablist.

Lynda Straus wrote:
>
> John,
>
> >From what I've heard from the WinWriters Conference this year, Homesite
> was the hands-down favorite for a web authoring tool, and even won an
> award. I haven't used it, but I hear that it's injects less extraneous
> 'junk' into your HTML file than Front Page does.

I'm not interested in awards..I'm interested in getting it deployed as
quickly as possible and based on MY experience, I can deploy faster with
FP than any other platform. I'm going to be learning at least four
additional tools/skills. I'm sure you can understand me not wanting to
make it five if I don't have to.

>
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