Macromedia released the newest version of ColdFusion last night.They should have bought a Super Bowl ad. :)Strangely, it seems like CF releases are usually accompanied by other product releases [DreamWeaver, etc.], but not this time.dsbrady
I believe that they got out of synch with the last tools release. That is, they released the MX 2004 line, but not an upgrade to Coldfusion.This looks to be a very interesting release of ColdFusion, especially given its movement into protocols other than HTTP. I'm not sure it'll mean that much to Macromedia, but it's good to seem them expand their markets. I don't consider this to be as dramatic as the rewrite to be a J2EE app, but still a nice move.
That is, they released the MX 2004 line, but not an upgrade to Coldfusion.Didn't MX 2004 come out around the same time as ColdFusion 6.1 (which was a fairly large dot upgrade)? I may be off on that, but I thought they were around the same time.dsbrady
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