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Debunking Common Myths About ColdFusion

by Raymond Camden on  Nov 17, 2008 8

ColdFusion has been around for quite some time — since 1995 — and like any technology with a bit of age behind it, quite a few misconceptions exist about the platform and its capabilities. This contributed article addresses some of the common myths around CF.

Railo joins JBoss.org

by Charles Humble on  Jun 18, 2008

Swiss software house Railo have announced that they are joining JBoss.org and will be releasing their Java based ColdFusion Markup Language engine for free under the LGPL.

ColdFusion as an Integration Platform

by Jonathan Allen on  Sep 12, 2007

Facing stiff competition in the web server market, Adobe has added .NET support to ColdFusion 8. This sets it up to be perhaps the most connected platform out of the box.

ColdFusion Steals Microsoft's Update Panel

by Jonathan Allen on  Jun 29, 2007

According to Vince Bonfanti, the developers of BlueDragon have developed a Cold Fusion version of the Update Panel by leveraging Microsoft's AJAX client-side library. Like the ASP.NET version, developers simply need to wrap part of their code in special tags to enable partial page rendering.

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