Flux 2 gets new Javascript Capabilities with Screencast Tutorial

February 25, 2010 in Web Design (E)

[prMac.com] London, United Kingdom - The Escapers today are pleased to announce the release of Flux 2, an update to their web design application for Mac OS X. The latest release of Flux 2 includes dedicated support for jQuery and MooTools. The Escapers, based in London, have also produced a tutorial screencast on creating an animated menu using jQuery, the popular Javascript API.

The amazing support for jQuery allows the user to create beautiful, smooth animations in pure HTML, no Flash. Flux will generate the code, the user doesn't need to type a single line! The brand new screencast will take you through each step to help you develop your skills. Flux 2 has also gained a 'larger fonts' option to assist short-sighted users.

The latest release also builds on Flux's amazing support for HTML5 and CSS, introducing support for WebKit effects such as drop shadows and reflections. Flux is being constantly developed and attracting comments like "Flux really is the Dreamweaver killer." (nzmac) ,"Flux is a game changer" (designshack) and "Flux is the designers holy grail" (Steve Jencks). Flux 2 also includes the ability to work on existing sites directly off FTP and SFTP.

Pricing and Availability:
At 49.99, Flux is far less expensive than it's rivals, Web designers from professionals to beginners are encouraged to download the 30 day trial, and discover the power of Flux 2 for themselves.

With a commitment to providing the highest quality software, The Escapers was founded in 2007 by two brothers for the purpose of publishing personal productivity software solutions expressly for the Mac platform, with a major emphasis on total customer satisfaction. Copyright (C) 2007-2010 The Escapers. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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