Posts tagged "ColdFusion"
The Adobe ColdFusion 10 beta unveils three main themes: unrivaled developer productivity, deep enterprise integration and simple work flow with Axis2 and Microsoft Exchange server 2010, unique built-in support for HTML5 to create dynamic and interactive applications. In addition to the ColdFusion 10 server, this beta also provides an updated ColdFusion Builder™ 2.0.1 beta.
Adobe® ColdFusion® Builder™ 2 public beta release is now available on Adobe Labs. ColdFusion Builder 2 is the second generation of the professional, Eclipse-based IDE for ColdFusion application development offered by Adobe. This public beta release provides developers the opportunity to test drive new code editing and customization features, try out or create community extensions or support existing applications.
The ColdFusion Builder development team is happy to announce an update to the ColdFusion Builder beta 3 that includes an Eclipse based IDE for ColdFusion development that is deeply integrated with ColdFusion 9. This release provides additional editing features, extension enhancements, fixes and performance improvements over ColdFusion Builder beta 2.
Adobe® ColdFusion® 9 software enables developers to rapidly build enterprise-ready Internet applications by condensing complex business logic into fewer lines of code. Plus, unique integration between ColdFusion and the Adobe Flash® Platform provides the easiest solution for building rich Internet applications (RIAs) from client to server.
This technology shipped on October 5, 2009 and is no longer hosted on Labs.
The ColdFusion 9 public beta release unveils three main themes: unrivaled developer productivity, deep enterprise integration and simple work flow with Adobe Flash Builder, Adobe AIR and AJAX to create expressive applications.
Adobe ColdFusion Builder is the highly-anticipated first ColdFusion IDE offered by Adobe. ColdFusion Builder is an Eclipse based IDE for ColdFusion development that is deeply integrated with ColdFusion 9. Now you can manage your entire ColdFusion development cycle from concept to production all in one easy to use tool.
Today we released the ColdFusion Portlet Toolkit for IBM WebSphere through the Adobe Labs wiki. This toolkit is a proof-of-concept library that allows you to use ColdFusion as a Portal Application within a WebSphere Portal Server (WSPS version 5 and greater). Please see the above links for more information or download and install the toolkit.