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In ColdFusion 9 New Features, author and developer Dan Short has gathered together the important updates and improvements in this dynamic web application. Dan showcases the new ColdFusion Builder application throughout the course, using it to work through the new language and CFScript enhancements in this release. He shows how to use the new Server Manager to compare servers and create server groups, as well as monitor server health through notifications. He also explains the new integration with Office applications, building Excel, Word, and even PowerPoint files on the fly from ColdFusion. Finally, he covers the important new Object Relational Mapping feature and how to use the built-in Flash Player. Exercise files accompany this course.
(Music playing.) Hi! I am Dan Short and this is ColdFusion 9 New Features. ColdFusion 9 is a big step up over Version 8, with improvements in server management, new syntax and language enhancements, huge CFC improvements, ORM integration with hibernate, and better integration with important business applications. I'll cover all these and more in this course. I'll show you how to use the new server manager to keep an eye on your ColdFusion installations. I'll teach you how to integrate the new built-in Media Player and multi-file upload features in your current architecture.
I'll also show you how to use the new business application integration features to manipulate Excel spreadsheets, open and read Word documents, and read and write PowerPoint presentations all within ColdFusion 9. So if you're an experienced ColdFusion user looking for a step up on the competition, this course is for you. If you're ready, I am ready. So let's get started with ColdFusion 9 New Features.
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