|Basic ColdFusion - Tutorial|
Posted in ColdFusion > Introduction by tutorialgrub on Feb 17, 2011
The aim of this tutorial is to explain to someone that never worked with ColdFusion as to what it is and how to get started quickly.
|CFTIME: How to Make Content Appear and Disappear|
Posted in ColdFusion > Date and Time by tutorialgrub on Dec 28, 2010
Content on the web often has a shelf life. You may have information that you want up after a certain point in time or you may want it to be gone after a certain time.You may want to have it appear and disappear without having to be editing files or changing out input in some back end system. You will find that you can build a simple system for publishing and removing info with ColdFusion's CFIF tag and CreateDateTime() and Now() functions.
Posted in ColdFusion > Database Related by tutorialgrub on Dec 26, 2010
ColdFusion makes it easy to select data out of a database and display it on a page. As soon as you feel good about your success in crossing the divide from static to dynamic, someone will say "That's nice, can you group the list by author?". Whether you are asked to group things by author, make, brand, year or whatever, ColdFusion has you covered with its grouping capabilities.
Posted in ColdFusion > Miscellaneous by tutorialgrub on Dec 26, 2010
ColdFusion custom tags are ColdFusion templates just like any other CFML file but are designed to be reused. Coders can save much time by packaging code that is used frequently or can easily add functionality by using free or inexpensive custom tags. There are two general categories of custom tags, one uses only ColdFusion's CFML code. The other packages C++, Java, or other languages into a custom tag that is used by ColdFusion. We'll cover only CFML based tags in this article. For our discussion we will be using CF_States from www.AspiringGeek.com.
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