Skemcin Posted May 9, 2007 Share Posted May 9, 2007 Why? I've only seen 2 websites that use coldfusion, some random game, and of course the adobe website (wonder why!). I dont see a reason to add a language that isnt exactly going anywehre, thats like saying add Basic or Pascal on there. (Not trying to flame, just point out something)I welcome these statements as they are unquestionably based on personal opinion and very little, if any, fact.FACT: In use at 75 of the Fortune 100 companies and at more than 10,000 other companies worldwide, ColdFusion MX is one of the most widely adopted web technologies in the industry.First, here is a short list of ColdFusion sites:75 of the Fortune 100Cold Fusion ShowcaseBen Forta's Library of CF SitesGovernment AgenciesNon-ProfitsHow about Yahoo Web-based Instant Messenger, based off of Flex 2 technology:http://www.onflex.org/ted/2007/05/yahoo-we...with-flex-2.phpSecond, I can sum it up in three words - power, flexibility, and speed. Learn more here:http://www.digital-crew.com/index.cfm/page/whycoldfusiThe latest release, due out real soon, has a slew of features that no other language supports - including RSS built-in conversions, .NET integration, MS Exchange Server interaction, server side Presentation (Adobe Breez, power point like) creation on the fly, server side pdf and pdf form generation and manipulation, built in AJAX and JSON functionality, and the list goes on.re: http://coldfusion.sys-con.com/read/364573.htmIn fact, now, if ever before, is the best time to get to know ColdFusion. There is no application programming language that is easier to learn, use, and integrate.Here is one more to read:http://coldfusion.meetup.com/17/messages/b...?thread=2995449I can go on for days, but I'd like to see what evidence you are basing your statement off of? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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