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Written by the best known and most trusted name in the ColdFusion community, Ben Forta, The ColdFusion Web Application Construction Kit is the best-selling ColdFusion series of all time - the books that most ColdFusion developers used to learn the product. This second volume of the series begins by introducing important code organization and management techniques, and then progresses to topics that include integrating with all sorts of other technologies (including PDF, Adobe Flex and Data Services, Ajax, advanced SQL and databases, ORM), debugging, and optimizing performance. From design and planning, to application deployment and troubleshooting, this instructional reference is all you need to successfully work, create, and progress with ColdFusion 9. Complete coverage of ColdFusion 9 is included in "Volume 1, Getting Started" (0-321-66034-X) and "Volume 3, Advanced Application Development" (0-321-67920-2).
Creating Functions, Tags, And Components
Building User-Defined Functions
Creating Custom Tags
Creating Advanced ColdFusion Components
ColdFusion Configuration And Performance
ColdFusion Server Configuration
Integrating With ColdFusion
Working With PDF Files
ColdFusion Image Processing
Advanced ColdFusion Powered Ajax
Integrating with Adobe Flex
Integrating With Flex Data Services
Building ColdFusion Powered AIR Applications
Advanced ColdFusion Development
Using Stored Procedures
Working with ORM
Using Regular Expressions
Working with XML
Manipulating XML with XSLT and XPath
Internationalization and Localization
Using The Debugger