Adobe has put out three free public betas: Dreamweaver, Fireworks and Soundbooth, all of which will be part of the next-generation Creative Suite when it arrives. Its delivery date is still a big secret.
The betas are only good for 48 hours once they’re downloaded unless you’re a Creative Suite 3 customer.
Dreamweaver is for web design and development, Fireworks for prototyping and Soundbooth for audio creating and editing.
Adobe describes the early release software as “a taste of the radical workflow enhancements that we have in store as we redefine how designers and developers collaborate to deliver stand-out digital experiences.”
The Fireworks beta includes a new user interface that is now consistent with other applications in the Creative Suite, The beta is also compatible with Adobe AIR, HTML, Adobe Flash and Adobe Flex Builder so users can create a design once and deploy to whichever application platform is required.
The Dreamweaver and Fireworks betas run on multiple operating systems, including XP with Service Pack 2,