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I received Mastering ColdFusion 5 two months ago and began using it immediately. Since I had recently upgraded to ColdFusion 5.0, I used this book to learn about some of its new features; I used three of them (query-of-a-query, CFFLUSH, and CFSAVECONTENT) in a single template the first...
As the author points out in the introduction: '[Y]ou'll find this book loaded with strategies, hints, tips, and tricks that you can apply to your own projects. I've tried to include all the useful ColdFusion tidbits that I've discovered over the years so that you can benefit from my ex...
What an excellent little book! In a scant 96 pages, Eckstein and Casabianca have managed to present everything you need to know to get up and running with XML. After the obligatory review of what XML is and why it's needed, as well as definitions of some of the key concepts of XML tech...
I have a confession to make: I wasn't a computer science major in college - I was a philosophy major. While the two disciplines have much in common (conceptual acrobatics, a high degree of abstraction, logical and analytical rigor, obtuse and convoluted texts), I'm finding now that, as...
In the June issue of ColdFusion Developer's Journal (Vol. 1, issue 3), I hinted there might be a way to create subforms using inline frames. This article shows how - using a combination of inline frames, JavaScript, WDDX and, of course, CF.
You're familiar with the rudiments of ColdFusion development. You know how to set and read local, session and client variables. You have input, updated and deleted data from a database. You've created drill-down 'Master/Detail' templates by passing values in a URL string and you've cre...