Monthly Archives: April 2008

Develop ColdFusion Apps for Free — SitePoint

For web developers who are just starting out, the idea of learning ColdFusion can be daunting, especially given that hosting a commercial site on Adobe ColdFusion server has the potential to be quite costly. While Adobe does provide a free, fully functional developer version of its ColdFusion server, it only allows for a browser from the local machine, plus two IP addresses, to connect at a time. This can place restrictions on the development process. For example, if one was seeking help and wanted to share a work-in-progress with others, Adobe’s development server would prevent this. Introducing BlueDragon Enter the dragon! The BlueDragon Server, that is. BlueDragon is a CFML (ColdFusion Markup Language) web server (much like Adobe’s ColdFusion Server), created by a company… Source link

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