Spinning a Web with the Penguin - page 4
Reviewing CoffeeCup and TopPage
These two applications represent vastly different methodologies for creating Web pages. Comparing the two directly would be a strictly apples and oranges proposition. But hey, what's a little fruit salad between friends?
Given the relative strength of resources for the TopPage application and how stable it is now, it will be surprising if this application falters on the Linux platform. The CoffeeCup application shows some room for improvement, but is still a good tool for all of you straight from the hip coders who don't need any fancy WYSIWYG.
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