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Topic: ColdFusion

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ColdFusion MX on Mac OS X, Part 4 (Web Development DevCenter)
In Part 3, our port of CFMX Linux was successfuly running on the Mac. Then, on Jan 7, 2003 Macromedia announced that the combination of JRun and CFMXJ2EE are available for OS X. That changed everything! In this article we'll make the transition from the unsupported port to the fully-supported development environment using CFMX for J2EE and JRun.

ColdFusion MX on Mac OS X, Part 3 (Web Development DevCenter)
In parts 1 and 2 of this series, Dick Applebaum provided an overview of ColdFusion MX and explained how you could run it on Mac OS X. In part 3, he shows you step by step the installation process.

ColdFusion MX on Mac OS X, Part 2 (Web Development DevCenter)
In Part 2 of this series, Dick Applebaum digs deeper into ColdFusion MX. First he shows you a simple example of ColdFusion code. Then he outlines ColdFusion's role in various Web scenarios. The article concludes with a step-by-step preparation list for Part 3 that covers the actual installation on Mac OS X.

ColdFusion MX on Mac OS X, Part 1 (Web Development DevCenter)
ColdFusion is a system for rapidly deploying Web sites, particularly those that interact with databases. Until recently, Mac developers weren't able to run CF directly on their Apple hardware. But with Mac OS X's Java implementation, CF on a Mac is now possible. In this first part of a multipart series Dick Applebaum begins with an introduction to ColdFusion itself.

Top Ten ColdFusion UDF Tips (Web Development DevCenter)
Ten tips for working with User Defined Functions in ColdFusion, by Rob Brooks-Bilson, the author of "Programming ColdFusion."


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