Posts in Category "ColdFusion"

New Adobe ColdFusion blog — http://cfexamples.com/

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).

BETA ActionScript 3.0 Reference for the Adobe Flash Platform released on help.adobe.com

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).

http://help.adobe.com/en_US/FlashPlatform/beta/reference/actionscript/3/

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)

ColdFusion 8 released into the wild

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!