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Course 2

Course 2

Course 2

Course Type: Short Course
Study Mode: Online
Duration: 2 hours
Provider: Interaction Training
Enrol By: 27th Nov 2009
 
Short Course Level $193
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ColdFusion MX Series

Course Outline

This series teaches users how to install and set up a ColdFusion development environment, including connecting to a database, and also teaches how to build ColdFusion applications that integrate such features as e-mail, FTP, Flash, Java, and XML.

Audience:

This Series is for anyone who is interested in learning more about designing Web and database applications with ColdFusion MX.

Delivery Method:

  • Online Delivery

Language Options:

  • English

Total Learning Time:

  • 2 hours

Courses Included:

ColdFusion MX: 1 Introduction and Installation 

This course provides an introduction to the interface and the new features of ColdFusion MX, as well as how to install and set up ColdFusion Server.

ColdFusion MX: 2 Talking with the Database 

This course introduces the two basic ColdFusion tags used to query a database and display results. The user learns to use CFQUERY to perform queries and CFOUTPUT to display the results on a Web page. The user also learns to use standard SQL to perform basic database operations.

ColdFusion MX: 3 Displaying Data 

This course provides an overview of form basics, validating form data, and submitting the form and saving the data. It also includes information on building dynamic pages by using query results to create charts and graphs.

ColdFusion MX: 4 Programming and Application Framework 

This course covers programming elements including variable scoping and flow-control statements, which are key to building useful ColdFusion applications.

ColdFusion MX: 5 Custom Tags and Building Blocks 

This course explains how to use ColdFusion custom tags and how to build custom tags. It introduces ColdFusion Components, built-in functions, and user-defined functions.

ColdFusion MX: 6 Using E-mail, Complex Data Types, and FTP 

This course provides information on integrating e-mail into ColdFusion applications, using complex data types such as lists, arrays and structures, and managing directories and files using FTP.

ColdFusion MX: 7 Securing, Debugging, and Improving Application Performance 

This course provides information on securing your ColdFusion environment, isolating bugs and using built-in debugging tools, and improving the performance of your ColdFusion applications.

ColdFusion MX: 8 Using Flash, Java, and XML 

This course explains how to integrate ColdFusion with Flash, Java, and XML to create robust applications.

ColdFusion MX: 9 Integration and Understanding Fusebox and FLiP 

This course provides you with information on integrating your ColdFusion applications with other applications, designing better applications with the Fusebox framework, and using FLiP to streamline your design methodology.

ColdFusion MX: 10 Functions, Tags, and Resources 

This course covers the wide variety of ColdFusion tags, functions, and resources, including ten different categories of functions, a dozen new tags, and the ample assortment of ColdFusion resource sites.