A look at Macromedia’s new ColdFusion MX 7 Server for Linux


Article from Issue 56/2005

Macromedia's new ColdFusion MX 7 Server creates highly available and high performance web applications. We'll show you what is new and what is changed with the latest ColdFusion release.

The release of ColdFusion MX 7 [1] marks the tenth anniversary of the ColdFusion web development platform. Originally a C++ Windows application, ColdFusion is now a J2EE-based development environment that runs on Linux, AIX, Mac OS X, and Solaris, as well as Windows. The ColdFusion platform was created and developed by Allaire Corporation. Macromedia acquired ColdFusion in 2001 and released what would have been ColdFusion version 6.0, calling the product ColdFusion MX to promote a connection with other products in Macromedia's MX line, such as Dreamweaver and Flash.

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