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There are quite many brands ofering Adobe Coldfusion Hosting (paid software) and as programming ColdFusion is a rapid application development under Microsoft Windows platforms originally designed to make it easier to connect simple HTML pages to a database and had become by now a full platform that included an IDE in addition to a full Scripting Language.

Adobe ColdFusion software enables developers to rapidly build, deploy, and maintain robust Internet applications for the enterprise. With the latest release, ColdFusion 9, developers can condense complex business logic into even fewer lines of code. In tandem, Adobe ColdFusion Builder software, an Eclipse based IDE for efficiently managing ColdFusion application development from concept through deployment, is available on Adobe Labs. Together, they offer a complete set of tools and services for creating rich, robust Internet applications.

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About Coldfusion Hosting

Coldfusion HostingOne of the distinguishing features of ColdFusion is its associated scripting language, ColdFusion Markup Language (CFML), which compares to the scripting components of ASP, JSP, and PHP in purpose and features, but more closely resembles HTML in syntax. "ColdFusion" is often used synonymously with "CFML", but there are additional CFML application servers besides ColdFusion, and ColdFusion supports programming languages other than CFML, such as server-side Actionscript and embedded scripts that can be written in a JavaScript-like language known as CFScript.

Originally a product of Allaire and released in July 1995, ColdFusion was developed by brothers Joseph JJ and Jeremy Allaire. In 2001 Allaire was acquired by Macromedia, who in turn were acquired by Adobe Systems Inc in 2005.

ColdFusion is most often used for data-driven web sites or intranets, but can also be used to generate remote services such as SOAP web services or Flash remoting. It is especially well-suited as the server-side technology to the client-side Flex.

ColdFusion can also handle asynchronous events such as SMS and instant messaging via its gateway interface, available in ColdFusion MX 7 Enterprise Edition.

The first version of ColdFusion (then called Cold Fusion) was released on July 10, 1995. This first version was written almost entirely by one person, Joseph JJ Allaire. Primitive by modern standards, early versions of ColdFusion did little more than database access.

All versions of ColdFusion prior to 6.0 were written using Microsoft Visual C++. This meant that ColdFusion was largely limited to running on Microsoft Windows, although Allaire did successfully port ColdFusion to Sun Solaris starting with version 3.1.

For reasons that may have been tied to lackluster sales the company was sold to Macromedia, then to Adobe. Earlier versions were not as robust as the versions available from version 4.0 forward.

With the release of ColdFusion MX 6.0, the engine had been re-written in Java and sported its own runtime environment, which was easily replaced through its configuration options with the runtime environment from Sun. Version 6.1 included the ability to code and debug Shockwave Flash.

ColdFusion MX 7

With the release of ColdFusion 7.0, the naming convention was amended, rendering the product name "Macromedia ColdFusion MX 7". CFMX 7 added Flash-based, and XForms-based, web forms and a report builder that output in Adobe PDF as well as FlashPaper, RTF and Excel. The Adobe PDF output is also available as a wrapper to any HTML page, converting that page to a quality printable document. The enterprise edition also added Gateways. These provide interaction with non-HTTP request services such as IM Services, SMS, Directory Watchers, and an asynchronous execution. XML support was boosted in this version to include native schema checking.

ColdFusion MX 7.0.2, codenamed "Mystic" includes advanced features for working with Adobe Flex 2.

Adobe ColdFusion 8

On July 30, 2007, Adobe Systems released ColdFusion 8, dropping "MX" from its name. During beta testing the codename used was "Scorpio" (the eighth sign of the zodiac and the eighth iteration of ColdFusion as a commercial product). More than 14,000 developers worldwide were active in the beta process - many more testers than the 5,000 Adobe Systems originally expected. The ColdFusion development team consisted of developers based in Newton/Boston, Massachusetts and Bangalore, India.

Some of the new features are the CFPDFFORM tag, which enables integration with Adobe Acrobat forms, some image manipulation functions, Microsoft .NET integration, and the CFPRESENTATION tag, which allows the creation of dynamic presentations using Adobe Acrobat Connect, the Web-based collaboration solution formerly known as Macromedia Breeze. In addition, the ColdFusion Administrator for the Enterprise version ships with built-in server monitoring. ColdFusion 8 is available on several operating systems including Linux, Mac OS X and Windows Server 2003.

Other additions to ColdFusion 8 are built-in AJAX widgets, file archive manipulation (CFZIP), Microsoft Exchange server integration (CFEXCHANGE), image manipulation including automatic captcha generation (CFIMAGE), multi-threading, per-application settings, Atom and RSS feeds, reporting enhancements, stronger encryption libraries, array and structure improvements, improved database interaction, extensive performance improvements, PDF manipulation and merging capabilities (CFPDF), interactive debugging, embedded database support with Apache Derby, and a more ECMAScript compliant CFSCRIPT.

For development of ColdFusion applications, several tools are available: primarily Adobe Dreamweaver CS4, Macromedia HomeSite 5.x, CFEclipse, Eclipse and others. "Tag updaters" are available for these applications to update their support for the new ColdFusion 8 features.

Adobe ColdFusion 9

Adobe is currently working on ColdFusion 9 (Codename: Centaur). There is no release date set, but the list of potential new features include [2]:

* Ability to code User Defined Functions (UDFs) and ColdFusion Components (CFC's) entirely in CFScript.
* An explicit "local" scope that does not require local variables to be declared at the top of the function.
* Implicit getters/setters for CFC.
* Implicit constructors via method called "init" or method with same name as CFC.
* New CFFinally tag for Exception handling syntax and CFContinue tag for Control flow.
* Object-relational mapping (ORM) Database integration through Hibernate (Java).
* Server.cfc file with onServerStart and onServerEnd methods.
* Tighter integration with Adobe AIR.

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viviotech.net Icon - Nov 26, 2018 - FusionReactor 7.4.3 is Now Available! - The Java APM tool, FusionReactor, has released a new update with several important fixes. Update 7.4.3 resolves issues related to stack tracing, Ultimate/Developer Editions and ColdFusion 2018 support. Additional details about this latest release can be found on the FusionReactor website. If you’d ...
koddos.net Icon - Nov 9, 2018 - ATP Group Attacks ColdFusion Servers - A cyberspying group appears to have reversed a security patch from Adobe and currently going after unpatched ColdFusion Servers. According to information gathered by Volexity researchers, a spying group is aggressively hacking into the servers of Adobe ColdFusion and creating backdoors for future ...
databank.com Icon - Oct 17, 2018 - Security updates available for ColdFusion | APSB18-33 - On September 11, 2018, Adobe released security updates to ColdFusion 2018, 2016, and 11. The purpose of these security updates is to patch a vulnerability that could lead to arbitrary code execution. On September 28, 2018, Adobe has determined that CVE-2018-15961 is being actively exploited in the ...
dailyrazor.com Icon - Jan 18, 2017 - Installing FarCry CMS on Lucee Server - Installing FarCry CMS on Lucee server isn’t as difficult as one may think. FarCry CMS is a popular open source content management built on the FarCry Core web application framework which itself is based on the ColdFusion language supporting both Lucee and Adobe ColdFusion CFML engines. This means ...
dailyrazor.com Icon - Jan 11, 2017 - Installing Mura CMS on Lucee Server - In this tutorial, we’re going to show you the ease in installing Mura CMS on Lucee Server. Mura CMS is a powerful content management system that run on ColdFusion Markup Language (CFML). It’s a “What You See Is What You Get” (WYSIWYG) CMS and employs a lot of advanced features such multiple sites ...

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CrystalTech Releases ColdFusion 9 Hosting Plans - Feb, 2010 - Company's release includes three shared hosting plans running ColdFusion 9, Enterprise Edition, on Windows Server 2008 and Microsoft IIS7 servers, starting at $16.95/month. CrystalTech Web Hosting, the web hosting division of Newtek Technology Services, a Newtek Business Services, Inc. company, today announced the release of Adobe ...
KickAssVPS.com Introduces ColdFusion 9 VPS - Dec, 2009 - Provides access to the latest rapid application development platform from Adobe. KickAssVPS.com, a Linux and Microsoft Windows Virtual Private Server hosting provider, today introduced ColdFusion 9 Virtual Private Servers, providing access to the latest rapid application development platform from Adobe. The company articulates that ...
Hosting.com Launches ColdFusion 9 in the Cloud - Nov, 2009 - The company becomes first hosting provider to announce the general availability of ColdFusion 9 in a Cloud environment. Hosting.com, a provider of managed hosting, cloud hosting and colocation solutions and an Adobe Solution Partner, recently announced the general availability of ColdFusion 9 in its Cloud and Dedicated ...