I started another new blog (cfexamples.com) the other month, but have been holding off on posting the URL until I got some more content posted.
So far just a random collection of ColdFusion things that I could remember from my ColdFusion days and some new stuff from ColdFusion 8 and 9.
As always, you can follow my sad little Twitter account (@pdehaan) to see the latest aggregated posts from my mini example blog empire (as well as other random tweets).
I just “tweeted” this, but thought it warranted a nice little blog post as well.
The documentation team released a cool new version of the Adobe Flash Platform Language Reference (which includes all APIs from the following products: Adobe Flash CS4 Professional, Adobe AIR, LiveCycle Data Services, Adobe ColdFusion, Adobe Flex, and Adobe Flash Player — as well as the Text Layout Framework (TLF) classes). And the great news is, you can filter content based on Runtimes (Adobe AIR and/or Flash Player) as well as by Product (Flex, Flash Authoring, LiveCycle, and/or ColdFusion).
For more information, check out the following blog posts by real live members of the Adobe Learning Resources team:
“Introducing the ActionScript 3.0 Reference for the Adobe Flash Platform “ via Adobe Flash Platform Runtime Documentation Team blog
“One ActionScript Language Reference to rule them all” via FlashLit blog (Rob Dixon)
In case you haven’t seen the news all over MXNA and the community, Adobe has ofiicially released ColdFusion 8 (codenamed “Scorpio”).
For more information, check out the following resources:
Adobe ColdFusion product page, http://www.adobe.com/go/coldfusion/
Adobe ColdFusion 8 Developer Center, http://www.adobe.com/devnet/coldfusion/
Ben Forta’s blog, http://www.forta.com/ (lots of great links and information here, as always)
I’ve been a ColdFusion developer since way back in the ColdFusion 3.1 days (back when it was Cold Fusion (with a space), a jazzy thunderbolt icon, and Allaire logo) and I have to say this is one of the releases I am most excited about. There are a lot of great new additions and tweaks that went in to this release.
Big congrats to the entire ColdFusion team!