Adobe Fireworks

Adobe Fireworks (formerly Macromedia Fireworks) is a discontinued bitmap and vector graphics editor, which Adobe acquired in 2005. It was originally developed using parts of Macromedia xRes. Fireworks is made for web designers for rapidly creating website prototypes and application interfaces. Its features include slices and the ability to add hotspots. It is designed to integrate with other Adobe products such as Adobe Dreamweaver and Adobe Flash. It is available as either a standalone product or bundled with Adobe Creative Suite. Previous versions were bundled with Macromedia Studio.

Using Adobe fireworks can create websites in instance. It provides drag and drop feature. You just need to drag a control you want to use and drop it where you want it to be. It’s very easy to create website in this software. This course covers essential of Adobe Fireworks. To learn Adobe Fireworks you need to know basics of Web development like HTML, CSS and JS.

We have covered topics like Menus, User interface, Various Tools, Layers, Pencil and it’s use, Basic tools, file tools and knife tools.

As Firework is not used today. It is discontinued product. You can use other Adobe Products to do this kind of work. Still you will find advanced learning content of this software.

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