Freeway Express separates its editing and preview modes, so that what you work on doesn’t always closely resemble the finished product.
Freeway Express feels like a bumpy stretch of dead-end road. The Pro version’s abundant features might be worthwhile for patient users with money to burn, but I can’t recommend Express to even the most cash-strapped designers. Learning to write code in a text editor matches Freeway Express’s zero-dollar price tag, probably requires no more of a time commitment, and will produce better results in the end.
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