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    ColdFusion Resources


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    This list is intended for developers new to ColdFusion, or to developers already using CF but looking for additional resources or information.

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    I've been meaning to post that for days, but I've been kind of busy. It's a lot less complete than I'd intended, but I figured I may as well put up what I had done so people can post below any additional good CF resources - I'll format them and add them to the list.
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    Good list cfgeek.

    Here's a couple more Macromedia Links

    ColdFusion Developers Exchange:
    http://www.macromedia.com/cfusion/ex...ion%20Exchange

    ColdFusion Development Center:
    http://www.macromedia.com/devnet/mx/coldfusion/
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    Originally posted by cfgeek
    I've been meaning to post that for days, but I've been kind of busy. It's a lot less complete than I'd intended, but I figured I may as well put up what I had done so people can post below any additional good CF resources - I'll format them and add them to the list.
    This is just awesome... seriously, thank you for putting the time into this !
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    Originally posted by 4webmed
    A) Wy tell us to look for 5.0 inthe first place?
    B) Are there any compatability issues between the two?
    C) Anyone know where an in the box CF 4.5 is available (not enterprise version)
    I don't know if you're still looking for replies, but here's my advice:

    I went from a CF4.5 to 5.0 and haven't had any trouble with my 4.5 code. I'm not running many Custom Tags, so it will still be something you'll have to test with your setup. However, I know some of the stuff I've written won't work on CF MX, which is delaying me trying that out properly.

    And no, I haven't heard of anyone selling 4.5 for quite a while.

    Cheers

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    Thanks for those links - very helpful.

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    cfbookmark.com


    It's actually pretty funny to see cfbookmark.com listed here. It's actually my site, right now it's down (sorry for the inconvenience), I'm in the middle of switching hosting providers. But thanks for listing it anyway.
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    If your getting into cfmx 7 and flash forms then check out
    AS Fusion

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    A good guide to install coldfusion with Apache on Windows or MAC OS X. Also it includes MySQL and Eclipse plus cfeclipse

    ACME (Apache, ColdFusion MX 7, MySQL and Eclipse)
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    This is great - does anybody know places where I can post CF Jobs (I'm looking for CF MX7 experienced developer who also know flash, ActionScript and JavaScript for a new startup company.
    Thanks
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    Another great one


    Another great cf resource for UDF's (user defined functions) is cflib.org It has a huge library of UDF's to chose from to cut down your coding time.
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    ColdFusion Resources


    Hi All,
    I have a question: If we can develop website in PHP and ASP then what's use of ColdFusion when it's not free?
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    The total cost of ownership and return on investment with ColdFusion is often much higher. Yes, it is not free, but it is not free because it bundles so many services (both free and commercial) into a single easy to use package.

    If you look at the feature set of what is included in CF (searching, charting, PDF generation, Excel generation, .NET integration, Java integration, Sharepoint, Hibernate, MS Office, web services, AMF messaging, EXTJS, DataDirect JDBC drivers, server monitoring, SMS gateway, XMPP gateway, and much more) you will see that it dwarfs what is available for free in PHP or .NET (or any other platform for that matter).

    The small cost of CF is offset almost immediately by the speed of development. A typical programmer may cost $50 an hour. That means a paltry 26 hours (just 3 days) of work will add up to the cost of a CF server license. One will easily save far more than that building any significant project with CF.
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    Coldfusion reference guide


    Hi All

    For those that have Iphones, I found a great little app on the Iphone App Store called ColdFusion Reference and thought some of you may be interested in it.


    Originally Posted by drgroove
    This is just awesome... seriously, thank you for putting the time into this !
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