ColdFusion Development: Less Coding for Faster Turnaround

  1. ColdFusion is built for RAD.
  2. CFScript — a developer’s best friend.
  3. ColdFusion Components: the CFML Swiss Army knife.
  4. Add-on tools for monitoring and fixing code.
  5. ColdFusion is easy to learn.

ColdFusion is built for RAD

CFScript — a developer’s best friend

  • Tweaking variable settings.
  • Creating user-defined functions.
  • Building flow control structures.

ColdFusion Components: the CFML Swiss Army knife

  • send related services to a single unit.
  • bridge CF and Flash.
  • Make object-oriented programming a reality, such as inheritance and data-hiding.

Add-on tools for monitoring and fixing code

  • Intelligent Code Assist : speeds up the coding process by auto-correcting typos and common mistakes.
  • Security Code Analyzer : This built-in tool checks your app’s code for any glaring security flaws which may compromise the safety of your data.
  • CF’s integrated debugger : This robust tool lets you inspect variables and debug individual pages.
  • FusionReactor : This application performance monitor is a one-stop shop to find out what ails your app and suggests ways to fix it.

ColdFusion is easy to learn

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ColdFusion development, security and optimization. CEO at TeraTech. Host of CF Alive podcast.

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Michaela Light

Michaela Light

ColdFusion development, security and optimization. CEO at TeraTech. Host of CF Alive podcast.

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