Sams Teach Yourself ColdFusion in 21 Days

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Sams, 2000 - Computers - 782 pages
Sams Teach Yourself ColdFusion in 21 Days will quickly empower the reader to create their own dynamic database-driven web applications using Allaire's ColdFusion. Using client-proven methods, and the success of his popular ColdFusion tutorial for Wired, expert author Charles Mohnike provides the reader an understanding of the ColdFusion Server, and guides them through the use of the ColdFusion Studio, enabling them to create their own ColdFusion applications quickly and easily. The 21 1-day lessons include topics such as:
-- Easily installing and configuring the ColdFusion Server
-- Working with the ColdFusion Studio
-- Working with SQL
-- Optimizing your datasource
-- Understanding Templates and ColdFusion Markup Language (CFML)
-- Using ColdFusion Tags
-- Manipulating data
-- Creating E-Commerce solutions with ColdFusion
-- Debugging ColdFusion applications

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Todd Cook is a software developer with experience in Java, Web development, and Oracle. He has developed applications for Sun, the LAX airport in Los Angeles, and, among others. Charles Mohnike develops in JSP, Perl, and ColdFusion. He currently runs a development shop specializing in porting print publications to the Web and writes for Wired Webmonkey, Microsoft Bookshelf, and SmartTV. He is the author of Teach Yourself ColdFusion in 21 Days.

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