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ColdFusion Builder, based on the Eclipse workbench, is Adobe’s first dedicated development environment for programmers of ColdFusion-based Internet applications. ColdFusion Builder Essential Training, with author Dan Short, is designed to teach both new and experienced ColdFusion developers how to configure servers and services, generate data-aware components, and create custom extensions. Exercise files accompany the course.
(Music playing.) Hi! I'm Daniel Short, and I'd like to welcome you to ColdFusion Builder Essential Training. In this course, I will show you how Adobe's new ColdFusion Builder is going to help you become a more productive ColdFusion developer. I will show you how to make ColdFusion Builder conform to your style of coding. I will walk you through using the debugging perspective in ColdFusion Builder to see what your code is doing, while its doing it, and I will also show you how to extend the capabilities of ColdFusion Builder through extensions, harnessing the full power of the ColdFusion server and your existing ColdFusion programming skills.
Whether you are moving from Dreamweaver, looking for a more powerful ColdFusion development platform, or moving from CF Eclipse to get more direct access to ColdFusion server functionality, you will learn everything you need to know to hit the ground running using ColdFusion Builder. As a longtime Dreamweaver and CF Eclipse user myself, I am happy to show you Adobe's move to give ColdFusion its own dedicated world-class development environment. Now, let's get started with ColdFusion Builder Essential Training.
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