From: Aarni Ruuhimäki <aarni(dot)ruuhimaki(at)kymi(dot)com>
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Subject: Re: [NOVICE] Developing a forms based web application
Date sent: Wed, 29 Jan 2003 15:49:32 +0200
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Completely forgot about cold fusion, haven't used it since 4.5, MX
is touted as a friendly j2ee front end. Definitely worth a look, easy
to get into but again, the level of client interactivity you get from an
access form/app will require a bit of work.
> Hi Steve !
> If you are willing to spend some money on this, please have look at
> MacroMedia's ( former Allaire ) ColdFusion for Linux.
> cfml (ColdFusionMarkupLanguage) is easy to learn, fast and straight-forward,
> yet powerful tool for even more complex web-applications. And there are
> plenty of editors, for writing and generating the 'code' + html, like
> ColdFusion Studio ( ok, you'll need one win-box for that ). One neat feature
> is that cfml goes right into html like php but the syntax is much simpler.
> form validation scripts for you.
> I have used CF Pro Linux + RH + PgSQL for a year and half now, and when I
> started I would not have dreamed of things I do with it now.
> You can generate your forms 'on the fly' and populate them with data,
> list-boxes, radio buttons, action buttons, almost anything goes, interacting
> with mail servers and so on.
> I've had no problems with the software, other than unexpetedly high traffic
> and that was solved with tuning and raising the number of servers to start
> and connections limits in CF + Apache + Pg. My databases are small and quite
> simple ones, the biggest just under 20 000 rows, so I do not have experience
> with really big dbs, I admit, but have a look anyway.
> Best regards,
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