As more specific details on the next version of Windows and Mac OS X are made available, we may adjust these plans.We understand that Fireworks has one of the most passionate communities on the web, and that this change will be difficult to accept.Absolutely – we understand that web designers love Fireworks for it’s unique approach to page-based, stateful interaction design and rapid prototyping, and that it is an essential part of the web design process. Designing for the screen today is incredibly different to designing for the screen in 1998.
As you may have noticed this announcement did not include updates to Fireworks CS6.
Our goal in refocusing our development efforts is to build a new-generation of task focused tools that enable our customers to create great web content.
The Web Platform and Authoring team Updated Q&A, Wednesday October 1, 2014 We appreciate all the comments following the announcement about the future of Fireworks and would like to answer a few of the common questions that are emerging: Does Adobe care about Fireworks customers?
What new tools is Adobe proposing to create for web design?
We will provide security updates as necessary and may provide bug fixes.
We plan to update Fireworks to support the next major releases of both Mac OS X and Windows.