Macromedia ColdFusion is a powerful Web application server that lets companies build and deploy industrial-strength Web applications, such as those behind dynamic content sites and online stores. Non-programmers find the application easy enough to use for site-maintenance tasks, while developers find it powerful enough to use for writing code that supports large and complex Web sites. Although the program itself may seem intimidating, Macromedia ColdFusion 5: Training from the Source proves that learning it doesn't have to be.
Macromedia ColdFusion 5: Training from the Source breaks the key features of ColdFusion into manageable, real-world projects that let you learn as you work. It begins with an introduction to understanding how ColdFusion works. From there, you'll learn how to install the ColdFusion Administrator and configure ColdFusion Studio. In proven Training from the Source style, each chapter builds on what you learned in previous lessons, and each lesson is supplemented with support files on the book's CD, which also includes demo versions of ColdFusion Server and ColdFusion Studio. The advantage over the classroom course? You set the pace. Whether you just want to learn the basics of ColdFusion to perform minor tasks, or you're the driving force behind a complex e-commerce site, Macromedia ColdFusion 5: Training from the Source will have you up and running on this powerful Web application server in no time.
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Kevin A. Schmidt is a Web Technology Manager at a Michigan-based marketing and information design firm. A certified Allaire ColdFusion developer, he founded the Mid-Michigan ColdFusion User group and teaches a ColdFusion class at Washtenaw Community College.
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