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Starting To Learn Cold Fusion

April 16th, 2008 Categories: Cold Fusion, EC2, Smith CF Server

I may be doing an internship this summer, at which I will begin developing back-end support for my Flex applicatiopns using Cold Fusion.  I may be posting on that in the future, depending on how it goes.  I just wanted to document two resources I will be using along this process.

The first is The Smith Project, which is an open source Cold Fusion server.   There is a version that install on Windows, one for Linux, and there’s also a WAR file that can be deployed on your J2EE server of choice.  I’ve installed it on an EC2 instance, but have been having a bit of trouble getting it configured (I need the Linux experience).

Download Smith binaries here
The second is CFEclipse, an Eclipse plugin that I have heard others speak very highly of.  I’ve installed it on my office computer, but haven’t had time to try it out yet.  Here’s the update site where Eclipse can find the plugin: http://www.cfeclipse.org/update.

We’ll see how it goes.

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