ColdFusion vs other languages

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ColdFusion vs other languages
« on: 04-21-2010, 17:39:13 »
I feel ColdFusion isn't used widely. What advantages does ColdFusion have? I've used PHP and Java to develop website. I wonder when and why we should use ColdFusion.


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Re: ColdFusion vs other languages
« Reply #1 on: 04-21-2010, 17:39:42 »
coldfusion offers a good deal of nice features like creating flash forms (they look cool), easy creation of pdf and flashpaper output, easy integration with Rich Internet Applications like Flex / AIR. Besides Coldfusion itself is a fully compliant J2EE application which means you can leverage all that stuff a J2EE application can do.

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Re: ColdFusion vs other languages
« Reply #2 on: 01-17-2012, 07:35:58 »
For me, Coldfusion is power with ease.

Like a few other technologies, Coldfusion has become like a swiss army knife for me.

ColdFusion is the easiest and quickest to learn to get meaningful results as well as it provides the largest cost-savings when doing any type of web development.

 

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