User Defined Functions in ColdFusion
User-defined functions allow developers to keep frequently used pieces of code together in reusable units. In his hands-on tutorial, David shows us how to use cfscript to create user-defined functions that are compatible with both ColdFusion 5 and ColdFusion MX.
Content Syndication With ColdFusion MX
RSS is flavour of the month – with good reason! David’s tutorial shows how to use ColdFusion MX to take advantage of content syndication, create your own RSS feeds, and consume those of other sites.
Practical Uses of HTTP in ColdFusion
Retrieve RSS feeds, send form, URL, and cookie variables to remote sites, and return alternative file types using the cfhttp and cfhttpparam tags. David reveals his favourite applications of HTTP in ColdFusion to us in this hands-on tute!
Introduction to Coldfusion Data Structures Part IV â€“ Queries
Queries are more than just the results you get from a database — in Coldfusion, they represent a simple way to display and manipulate data. David explains how easy it is to get the most out of your Coldfusion queries in the final part of his series.
Introduction to Data Structures in ColdFusion Part III – Lists
ColdFusion offers a range of handy functions to help developers work with lists. With your own creativity and the functions David explains in his hands-on tutorial, you’ll be amazed at the possibilities!
Introduction to Data Structure in ColdFusion Part II â€“ Structs
Structures are a handy means of organizing data in your ColdFusion programs. But they’re often misunderstood, overlooked, or not used to the full – even by the most skilled ColdFusion coders. Decode the magic of structs with David’s hands-on tutorial.
Introduction to Data Structures in ColdFusion
You may not love data structures, but the gruesome truth is that they’re at the core of every developer’s existence. Here, David introduces the basics of arrays and multimdimensional arrays, before finishing with real world examples. A must-read!