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13Jul
2009
ColdFusion 9 Content On Adobe TV

In conjunction with the public beta of ColdFusion 9 and ColdFusion Builder, Ray Camden and I recorded a series of videos for Adobe TV, all of which are now live.

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Comments (8)



  • Kevin Roche

    Ben, unfortunately your link doesn't take you to the CF pages just the home page and then it akes two clicks to get a blank page saying there are no coldFusion videos. However if you are patient and wait about a minute the page is populated with some links to videos. I think whoever designed this page ought to have put in "Please Wait" rather than "No videos found".

  • Raymond Camden

    Oddly - I still don't see them on Adobe.tv. I do see them here though: http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/coldfusion9/vid...

  • Kevin Roche

    Thanks Ray. Much Better....

  • Harry Klein

    Ben, the second video "http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/coldfusion9/vid...; doesn't seem to work - it stops after 20 secs

  • Syed

    Nice intro to CF9 and CF Builder.

    #5Posted by Syed | Jul 13, 2009, 10:49 PM
  • David McGuigan

    Thanks for the link Ray.

    The CFBuilder features tour video stops for me after about 10 seconds and won't let me scrub past the glitch. Granted, I'm on a mac so I was probably lucky it made it that far. But still.

    #6Posted by David McGuigan | Jul 14, 2009, 01:07 AM
  • Patrick Whittingham

    Ben, Your video concerning using CFMX 9 (cfmail) as a service for Flex is very interesting. How would you do the same thing in Java? This would be a great 'selling' tool for Java/.Net shops.

    #7Posted by Patrick Whittingham | Jul 14, 2009, 04:16 PM
  • Raymond Camden

    The CFaaS feature exposes CF as a service to both Flex and anything that can use web services. So you would simply use Java to make a WS call to the CF service.