ColdFusion 10 features

ColdFusion 10, the next major release of the Adobe Programming language is almost ready for prime time and they have recently released some articles to explain all the new features the language will support.

The next version has greatly improved support for HTML5 related technologies, such as web sockets, next it now generates charts using JavaScript (instead of Flash - but this is still a fallback mode if needed) and it also adds support for closures. You can look at the videos here and here for some quick demos.

Finally, a change under the hood has been made to make ColdFusion more mainstream, it now uses the Apache Tomcat Web Server, instead of antiquated JRun Server, which it had been using for many years now. A short video regarding ColdFusion and Java changes can be viewed here.

1 comment:

annaharris said...

Thanks for the Post. It's really helpful to every ColdFusion developers. What are the ColdFusion 11 features?