Author(s): Jeffry Houser
Build, troubleshoot, and deploy sophisticated Web solutions using this definitive guide. This detailed resource provides complete coverage of all ColdFusion MX?s new features and functionality, and contains information on administration, optimization, and application development. Including information on important security issues associated with ColdFusion development, and details on working with the native scripting language CFML, this comprehensive guide also shows you how to expertly integrate ColdFusion into Flash applications.
Jeffry Houser (New Britain, CT) is the owner of DotComIt, a Web consulting firm. He has more than 5 years of programming and web development experience and has been on-line since the late 80s. He is a ColdFusion Certified Developer and his work with ColdFusion includes a multitude of projects, ranging from business-to-business Intranet sites to consumer Web sites.
PART I: GETTING STARTED Ch. 1: The Evolution of ColdFusion Ch. 2: Installing and Optimizing ColdFusion Server Ch. 3: Getting Around the ColdFusion Administrator PART II: ADMINISTERING YOUR COLDFUSION SERVER Ch. 4: Securing Your Server Ch. 5: Monitoring and Load Testing Your Server Ch. 6: Creating a Clustered Server PART III: CODING IN COLDFUSION Ch. 7: Learning CFML Basics Ch. 8: Designing your Database Ch. 9: Writing ColdFusion Code Ch. 10: Sharing Variables Between Templates Ch. 11: Controlling your Code Ch. 12: Migrating Your Applications to ColdFusion X Ch. 13: Picking a Development Methodology PART IV: DEMONSTRATING ADVANCED APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT CONCEPTS Ch. 14: Modularizing Your Code Ch. 15: Securing Your ColdFusion Applications Ch. 16: Debugging and Optimizing Your Applications Ch. 17: Maintaining File and Directory Structures Ch. 18: Creating Graphs with ColdFusion Ch. 19: Learning Advanced SQL Ch. 20: Scripting Inside ColdFusion PART V: INTEGRATING COLDFUSION WITH OTHER TECHNOLOGIES Ch. 21: Mixing ColdFusion with Internet Standards Ch. 22: Using ColdFusion with Java Application Servers Ch. 23: Creating Search Engines with Verity Ch. 24: Writing ColdFusion for Wireless Applications Ch. 25: Extending ColdFusion with CFX Custom Tags Ch. 26: Sharing Data with WDDX or XML Ch. 27: Using ColdFusion with Flash Ch. 28: Adding Web Based Content Editors to Your Site Ch. 29: Calling COM Objects with ColdFusion Ch. 30: Discovering TagServlet PART V: APPENDICES Appendix A: ColdFusion Tag and Function List Appendix B: Special ColdFusion Variables Appendix C: Additional On-Line and Print Resources Appendix D: About the Oneline Files