When you sit back and think about it, Dreamweaver is just a big piece of webeditor.
A Jack of All trades but Master of none. Well, I will not tell a lie if I say DWcc is not cool for coders. DreamWeaver is build for clicking not coding. Handling code intelligently therefore has its limits on DW.
Sure, i have the Sass working and the ctrl-E magic of Emmet inside DW (with a littlle help of Scout), that is cool and much less work then back in the old non Adobe days. But still, DWcc is stil not much of a sexy coding machine compared to Sublime Text, even if you can’t remember half of the two million shortcuts.
I decided to go for Sublime Text anyway, after seeing her speed of production and power of efficiency. I still plan to use DW as my ftp and Business Catalyst tool, for now :p
I have seen the coding power of the “little” Sublime Text and it is hard for me to see me going back to DW for production soon, even with this tempting Monokai-like looks 8)~
Check out the speed and magic of Sublime Text here: https://tutsplus.com/course/improve-workflow-in-sublime-text-2/
TIP first watch the “symbols” tutorial for awesome fluffy search deployment… wow!