Adobe GoLive was developed by Adobe Systems to provide programmers with a What You See Is What You Get Hypertext MarkUp Language (WYSIWYG HTML) editor. It was developed to replace Adobe’s previous HTML editor, Adobe PageMill.
The program utilized a no-mode interface and enabled the drag and drop system that developers can use to add their Photoshop and Illustrator files directly onto the interface. This drag and drop feature was enabled through Adobe’s own Smart Objects technology.
The software also utilized a technology known as Dynamic Link, which enabled the user to create dynamic Web content even without the user’s knowledge of the language utilized by the server.
Adobe GoLive was written using C++ language through its own customized C++ framework, Simple Class Library (SCL, developed by GoLive engineers. The first versions of the software were developed for the Classic Mac platform, but later versions also included Windows, Mac OS X and Universal Mac OS X.
The last stable release of the software was Adobe GoLive 9.0, compatible with Universal Mac OS X and Windows.
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