ColdFusion MX Bible

ColdFusion MX Bible

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ColdFusion MX uses the Java platform to build powerful Web and wireless applications quickly Complete resource for the developer who wants to turn a basic Web site into a dynamic Web application using the newest features of ColdFusion MX Comprehensive discussions explain how to build and deploy content publishing systems, online stores, and business reporting applications Covers everything from installation to database connection configuration and from tag and function usage to code reuse CD--ROM includes real--world applications as well as source code, samples, and third party tools
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  • Paperback | 1176 pages
  • 182.9 x 239.8 x 57.4mm | 1,623.88g
  • Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
  • Foster City, United States
  • English
  • w. figs.
  • 0764546228
  • 9780764546228

Table of contents

Preface. Acknowledgments. Part I: Getting Started with ColdFusion MX. Chapter 1: Introducing ColdFusion MX. Chapter 2: Writing Your First ColdFusion MX Application. Chapter 3: Using ColdFusion MX Tags and Functions. Chapter 4: Understanding Servers and Clients. Chapter 5: Learning a Little SQL. Chapter 6: Using ColdFusion Forms. Chapter 7: Testing Your Code. Part II: Using ColdFusion MX with Databases. Chapter 8: Database Design Issues. Chapter 9: Putting Databases to Work. Chapter 10: Using Advanced Database Techniques. Chapter 11: More Advanced Database Techniques. Part III: The ColdFusion MX Language. Chapter 12: Understanding ColdFusion Variables. Chapter 13: Constructing Flow Control. Chapter 14: Creating Lists and Arrays. Chapter 15: Working with Structures. Chapter 16: Scripting ColdFusion with CFSCRIPT. Chapter 17: Building User--Defined Functions. Chapter 18: Writing Custom Tags. Chapter 19: Maintaining State. Chapter 20: Form Validation. Chapter 21: Handling Exceptions. Part IV: ColdFusion MX Components, Web Services, and Flash Integration. Chapter 22: Understanding ColdFusion MX Components. Chapter 23: Building Your First ColdFusion Components. Chapter 24: Migrating Custom Tags and UDFs to Components. Chapter 25: Building Web Services with ColdFusion MX. Chapter 26: Flash Remoting Services. Chapter 27: Using Server--Side ActionScript. Part V: Integrating ColdFusion MX with Other Technologies. Chapter 28: Integrating ColdFusion MX and Java. Chapter 29: Integrating COM. Chapter 30: Integrating ColdFusion MX with XML and WDDX. Chapter 31: Communicating via Mail, FTP, and HTTP. Part VI: Extending Your ColdFusion MX Applications. Chapter 32: Adding Useful ColdFusion MX Features to Your Application. Chapter 33: Charting Data with ColdFusion MX. Chapter 34: Leveraging Nifty Custom Tags. Chapter 35: Tools to Enhance the Development Environment. Part VII: ColdFusion MX Development Practices. Chapter 36: Documenting Your Code. Chapter 37: Fusebox Basics. Chapter 38: Advanced Fusebox. Chapter 39: Handling Source--Code Version Control. Chapter 40: Integrating Security. Chapter 41: ColdFusion Studio and HomeSite+ Tips and Tricks. Chapter 42: Testing and Performance. Part VIII: ColdFusion MX Administration. Chapter 43: An Overview of ColdFusion MX Administrator. Chapter 44: Configuration Tips and Tricks. Part IX: ColdFusion MX Language Reference. Chapter 45: Introduction to the Language Reference. Chapter 46: Designing Your Application Framework. Chapter 47: General Use Tags and Functions. Chapter 48: Working with Variables. Chapter 49: Flow Control. Chapter 50: Exception Handling. Chapter 51: Forms. Chapter 52: Databases and Queries. Chapter 53: Custom Tags. Chapter 54: ColdFusion Scripting. Chapter 55: Working with Systems Outside ColdFusion. Chapter 56: Controlling Server Output and Whitespace. Chapter 57: Verity. Chapter 58: Mail. Chapter 59: Charting, Reporting, and Logging. Chapter 60: Files and Directories. Chapter 61: The Registry. Chapter 62: Security. Chapter 63: Functions, Components, & Web Services. Appendix: What's on the CD--ROM. Index.
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About David Churvis

Adam Churvis is a database and scalability specialist with more than 20 years of software--industry experience in many languages and database platforms. He is the founder and President of Productivity Enhancement, a full--service consulting, training, and commercial--software development firm, which is entering its 18th year in business and is also the parent company of ColdFusionTraining.com, which provides the most advanced and intensive ColdFusion training in the world. Adam is a member of Team Macromedia and also serves as a current board member and former President of the Atlanta ColdFusion User Group, and he enjoys speaking at other CFUGs as well. He has a wife, whom he worships, three children, three cats, and lots and lots of computers. He can be reached at adam@ProductivityEnhancement.com. Hal Helms is an internationally--known speaker, writer, and trainer on Java, ColdFusion, and best practices in software development. Hal writes the popular "Occasional Newsletter" available at halhelms.com, and you can reach him at hal@techspedition.com. Charles Arehart is the founder and CTO of SysteManage, based in Laurel, Maryland. A Macromedia certified advanced developer and instructor, Charles is also a member of Team Macromedia who has logged more than 5 years with ColdFusion and more than 20 years in IT. His monthly "Journeyman" column appears in ColdFusion Developer's Journal, where he's a technical editor. He is a regular speaker at developer conferences, seminars, and user group meetings worldwide, and also provides training and short--term consulting. You can reach him at carehart@systemanage.com. David Churvis is a software--development specialist who got his start in objectoriented programming at the age of eight. He has worked in HyperCard, SuperCard, FutureBasic, CFML, VTML/WIZML, Transact/SQL, PL/SQL, Delphi, C, C++, C#, Java, JSP, JavaScript, VBScript, and DHTML. David is Vice President of Development for Productivity Enhancement and is the chief programmer behind the CommerceBlocks line of modular ColdFusion development tools and LoRCAT, the Load Reduction and Concentration Analysis Tool for ColdFusion.
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