David LaFontaine create this series of training videos on the entire Adobe Edge Suite, including:
Edge Inspect – You can see the results of this tool on all the screens behind me in this still frame, taken from my training video. Inspect allows designers to test their designs on iPhones, iPads, Android tablets and phones, and even on Amazon Kindle Fire platforms. You’ve heard the old saw, “In theory, there’s no difference between theory and practice. But in practice, there is.” Well, Inspect pushes theoretical designs out into the real world, where we can check out their flaws on actual mobile devices.
Edge Reflow – This tool is still officially a “Preview” as of February 2016, but most of its functionality is being folded into Adobe’s other web-design tools, such as Dreamweaver or Muse. Reflow was built to help designers visualize how their pages would look at various pagewidths, by giving them a “handle” to click and drag around on the screen. But its most intriguing functionality was to allow a designer to crank out an entire webpage in Photoshop, and then import it all in one gulp into a web design program, to be converted into HTML and CSS. It works … kinda. If you’re in an absolute hurry and can’t stand to sweat the details, well then, yeah, you can built a web page this way. But I don’t recommend it.