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Just got back from the MS Summit discussing EW actually and very impressed. When I first started using it, you could tell that MS understood compliancy and that is the way they want to go with this WYSIWYG editor
Currently ASP.NET is supported and PHP is not supported just yet.
I'd check and see if the PHP Rocket plugin works with EWD.
I've been using EWD on and off since its release, I got one of the first releases from Amazon.
While I'm impressed with the overall package, I'm a little upset that they removed a few functionality features that I use regularly.
If you are working on a 100% .NET website, EWD is going to be required. Sure, you can open it in FP2003, but there are going to be some issues, I've already encountered them.
EWD appears to be a viable replacement for Visual Studio.
3 / 10 - could and should do better.