June 1st, 2007 by Keith

Adobe ColdFusion 8 Finally Released

Posted in Beta, Business Software, Development Software, Site News, Software Companies, Utilities, Web Apps, Windows

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Thanks to Raymond Camden’s ColdFusion Blog, I was then informed of Adobe’s release of ColdFusion 8 Beta to the public.

This application, Adobe® ColdFusion® 8, allows developers to quickly and easily create compelling Internet applications that fit in today’s complex enterprise environments. Faster than any previous version of the software, ColdFusion 8 lets developers write more applications in less time with fewer lines of code—and then tune these applications for optimum performance.

Key Features of ColdFusion

  • * Server monitoring to help identify server bottlenecks, allowing for tuning and improved performance.
  • * Step through code debugging in a new Eclipse plug-in debugger.
  • * Adobe Flex™ and Ajax features that let ColdFusion power personalized, multimedia-rich applications to enhance users’ experiences on the web.
  • * High-quality, dynamically created on-demand multimedia presentations.
  • * PDF document and form integration for a printable, portable way to intelligently capture and share information.
  • * Image creation and manipulation with more than 50 new CFML tags and functions.
  • * Native support for .NET objects to easily integrate ColdFusion applications with enterprise data and infrastructure services.
  • * Significant application runtime and server performance improvements.

Wait no further any more, it is available free for download from Adobe Labs; get ready and start downloading now.

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