The Edge Preview's UI resembles that of other products in the Adobe Creative Suite product line, only much more limited. Adobe says the focus of the preview is on the animation engine, and tools for composing animations are essentially all you get.
Someday maybe. For now, Edge is pretty raw. It feels buggy, and it lacks the full set of features that one expects of a professional development tool. Still, Adobe has posted an impressive gallery of demos that showcase the kinds of banners, movies, and infographics that can be built with even this early version of the product.
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