Adobe Muse - a visual site builder, working on the principle of "mapping the changes in real time." That is, the developer does not have to open the HTML-code of the site, edit panel allows you to work with a Web page as an image. Obviously, this approach focuses on the development environments available to the user without special education. Muse software uses new web standards, including HTML5 and CSS3 (with the support of these standards browsers), and combines precision design, creative freedom and the ability to work with libraries and platforms, while adding elements of navigation, widgets and HTML code to develop interactivity on the site. Muse allows you to make custom widgets, such as navigation menu, by dragging and dropping elements. Users can add fully customizable interactive elements including slideshows, tooltips, and complex effects of guidance (remote rollover). Muse embeds HTML finished piece of code from various sources, including from Google Maps, YouTube and Facebook. In addition, Muse allows you to test sites that are stored on the servers of Adobe, for testing and evaluation. Further, these sites may be sent to clients, convert to a paid hosting on Adobe servers or exported for FTP transfer to the sites of other hosting providers.