Adobe ColdFusion 10
Adobe ColdFusion 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. With the latest release, ColdFusion, developers can condense complex business logic into even fewer lines of code. In tandem, Adobe ColdFusion Builder software, an Eclipse based IDE for efficiently managing ColdFusion application development from concept through deployment, is available on Adobe Labs. Together, they offer a complete set of tools and services for creating rich, robust Internet applications. Adobe ColdFusion software solves the day-to-day challenges of Internet application development, allowing you to be extremely productive as you create and deliver engaging online applications. And because it fits into any IT environment, you can use ColdFusion for everything from small departmental applications to highly scalable, reliable implementations of your most important business applications.
Adobe ColdFusion software makes Internet application development and deployment faster and easier than any other solution available today. More than 300,000 developers at over 10,000 companies worldwide rely on ColdFusion to quickly build and deploy powerful Internet applications, making ColdFusion one of the most widely adopted web technologies in the industry.
ColdFusion 9 accelerates the development cycle by reducing complex and powerful business logic into a few lines of code. ColdFusion applications easily access data from existing enterprise infrastructure including Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Office files and Java J2EE portlet standards. New ColdFusion 9 features include an Adobe® AIR® application for managing multiple ColdFusion servers from one location, saving performance time and reducing redundant tasks. ColdFusion also offers local and remote database synchronization with Adobe AIR, giving users access to applications regardless of Internet connectivity. Also, deep integration with Hibernate’s object relational mapping (ORM) provides developers with database independent applications.
Adobe is helping their customers move to the Cloud with ColdFusion in two ways. New instance-based licensing with ColdFusion enablers developers to install ColdFusion on virtual instances in the cloud environment of their choice to prototype, develop, test and host ColdFusion applications. Secondly, an Amazon Machine Image of ColdFusion is now available as a private beta, which uses Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) and Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) technologies to provide highly scalable, highly reliable, on-demand technology resources.
ColdFusion works seamlessly with the Adobe® Flash® Platform, a complete system of integrated tools, frameworks, clients and servers for the development of Web applications, content and video that runs consistently across operating systems and devices. As a result, developers and IT professionals have more tools for creating rich user interfaces for their enterprise applications, all while integrating across their existing technologies.
What’s new in Adobe ColdFusion 10:
- Replacement of JRun with Tomcat
- Security enhancements
- ColdFusion WebSocket
- Language enhancements
- ColdFusion closures
- Enhanced Java integration
- ColdFusion ORM search
- Solr enhancements
- Scheduler enhancements
- Integration with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010
- Lazy loading across client and server
- Web service enhancements
- RESTful Web Services in ColdFusion
- Media Player enhancements
- Displaying geolocation
- Client-side charting
- Caching enhancements
- Server update using ColdFusion Administrator
Homepage – http://www.adobe.com/products/coldfusion/
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