Archive for January, 2011

Get an insight of the Usability Enhancements in FrameMaker 10

Usability enhancements in FrameMaker 10 simplify various tasks in the content authoring process. Features such as tag enhancements, tracking changes at book level, drag and drop contents, auto spell check, undo/repeat actions, suppressing alerts, defining background color to text and lot more, facilitate and increase your authoring efficiency. Click here to have a look at the video tutorial to know more about the FrameMaker 10 usability enhancements.

Understand the basics of FrameMaker 10 User Interface

FrameMaker 10 workspace has an arrangement of elements such as panels and pods that you use frequently while working on documents. The welcome screen in the workspace provide quick access to documents, templates, and support links to help you get started quickly. User interface with application controls, workspace switcher, interface preferences, and dockable panels, allow you to customize the authoring environment as per your choice. Click here to view the video demonstration.

Learn how to setup a project and configure web server in ColdFusion Builder

A ColdFusion project contains resources such as CF components, interfaces, HTML and CFML pages that are used to develop ColdFusion applications. The ColdFusion server helps you to test projects or applications created in ColdFusion Builder workspace. The ColdFusion server can be a development server for testing your applications before you deploy them on a production server. The following video tutorial helps you to quickly create a project in ColdFusion Builder and associate a web server.

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Learn how to debug ColdFusion applications using ColdFusion Builder

ColdFusion Builder allows you to debug local and remote applications. You can verify the UDF’s, CFC’s, custom tags, and included files. Use can use Step-into or over functions and manage the debugging sessions effectively. To know more about the debugging process using ColdFusion Builder, refer to the following video demonstration.

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