|Initial release||May 7, 2012|
CC (2017) / November 4, 2016
CC 2017 / November 4, 2016
|Written in||Flash, Flex, AIR|
|Operating system||OS X and Windows|
|Available in||19 languages|
|License||Trialware software as a service|
Adobe Muse is a website builder that allows designers to create fixed, fluid, and adaptive websites without having to write any code. Muse generates static websites giving users the freedom to host their sites with any hosting provider. Users can add more advanced functionality such as blogging and eCommerce to their website with plugins created by third-party developers. This application is available through Adobe's Creative Cloud subscription.
Adobe Muse themes are created inside Adobe Muse and shared as a .muse file. Since Adobe Muse generates static HTML files, the files can be exported to the browser for testing without needing to connect to a server or webhost. Muse also offers a 'Preview' option that allows users to preview their website in the application. Users can also temporarily host their website in Business Catalyst for free as part of the Creative Cloud subscription. Existing content can not be imported into a theme.
Adobe Muse widgets are made written in an XML format called MuCow (Muse Configurable Options Widget). Widgets are placed onto a Muse canvas and their content is embedded directly into the HTML of the site. Widgets have made it possible for Muse users to add blogs, eCommerce, animations, etc. to a Muse website.
When Muse was initially created in May 2012, it was made to generate websites for 3 types of devices (Desktop, Tablet, and Mobile). Using viewports and redirects, Muse website users would access a site that was built specifically for their generic device type. In May 2012, fluid design was just beginning to be used mainstream. After years of requests, Muse finally made to be fully responsive in its 2015.1 release.
|1||May 7, 2012||Initial release|
|2||August 20, 2012||Built-in contact forms, auto generated sitemaps, auto generated navigation, faster loading times, and ability to attach files|
|3||December 11, 2012||Enhanced code quality, html5 animations, and mobile layout options|
|4||February 26, 2013||Spelling checker, export options, and code quality|
|5||June 17, 2013||In-browser editing, scroll effects, and layers panel|
|6||August 13, 2013||Parallax scrolling|
|7||November 13, 2013||Ability for developers to create 3rd-party widgets, social media widgets, and full-screen slideshows. MuseWidgets.com was created as the official source for Adobe Muse widgets.|
|2014||June 18, 2014||A complete software rebuild with 64-bit support, in-app preview, and HiDPI support|
|2014.1||August 13, 2014||Self-hosted web fonts, bullet and numbered lists, and reCaptcha integration|
|2014.2||October 6, 2014||SVG import, text synchronizing across desktop and mobile, secure FTP support, and find and replace|
|2014.3||February 11, 2015||Usability and performance improvements, show and hide frame edges, secure FTP auto-detection, and HiDPI support for Windows|
|2015||June 15, 2015||Adobe Stock integration, Typekit integration, and contact form updates|
|2015.1||February 8, 2016||Free-form responsive web design, customizable starter designs, and integrated with Adobe Stock|
|2015.2||June 20, 2016||Better collaboration with libraries, asset collector, and improved Illustrator workflows|
|2017||November 4, 2016||Support for animations through CC Libraries, power zoom functionality, and support for Google reCAPTCHA version 2|
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