Adobe ColdFusion Builder (v. 2) - media

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Adobe ColdFusion Builder is the highly-anticipated first ColdFusion IDE offered by Adobe. Adobe ColdFusion Builder is an Eclipse based IDE for ColdFusion development. Now you can manage your entire ColdFusion development cycle from concept to production all in one easy to use tool.

ColdFusion Builder provides a unified, customizable and extensible development environment to code applications, manage servers, and deploy projects. With ORM code generation, CFML code assist, CFC introspection, CFML file preview and integrated debugging, ColdFusion Builder is the rapid application development tool.

With the unique integration between ColdFusion and the Adobe flash platform, there's no easier way to build rich Internet applications from client to server. Create rich Internet applications with ColdFusion and the Adobe flash platform through integrated workflow and features in Adobe Flash Builder 4 and Adobe AIR that enable developers to bring applications to fast and easy.

Adobe ColdFusion Builder ( v. 2 ) - media is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Compared to other server-side languages, it has a way more developer friendly approach and a less steep learning curve. Valuable Features:When I started using ColdFusion, I only had experience with PHP, and compared to that language, I was amazed by the simplicity and the structure. From that moment forward, I got experience with Java, JavaScript, Mendix, and more. And compared to other server-side languages, it has a way more developer friendly approach and a less steep learning curve.Improvements to My Organization:Especially the integration with the client-sided programming is really friendly. Of course, other languages have improved a lot and this valuable features is getting less and less important for choosing ColdFusion.Room for Improvement:My major concern is the fact that Adobe is not actively pushing the development of ColdFusion since they bought Macromedia. However open source development initiatives like Railo, Blue Dragon and Lucee are picking up the pace and making sure development stays possible.Use of Solution:I have used Adobe Coldfusion (previously Macromedia ColdFusion) since February 2007.Deployment Issues:I had no issues with deployment.Stability Issues:With larger applications I had issues.Scalability Issues:I had no issues with scalability.Customer Service:Never had direct contact with Adobe ColdFusion customer service.Technical Support:Never had direct contact with Adobe ColdFusion customer service.Previous Solutions:PHP for about 6 months, I switched because my employer utilized ColdFusion, however after using it for a couple of months I was sold on the product. And that's why up to today I keep on using the product.Initial Setup:The initial setup was straightforward.Implementation Team:We implemented it by using an in-house team and my own personal experience in later projects.ROI:I believe that developing with ColdFusion saved me about 25% time compared to Java and PHP projects. ColdFusion has a lot of useful built-in functions that the others lack by default. Although via scripts created by others you will still be able to implemented those.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2016-04-20
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