Entries Tagged as 'Adobe ColdFusion Builder 2.0.1'

Code coverage is an essential part of testing, it reflects the completeness of the testing done. Code coverage is instrumental in providing information about how much of the total code is actually tested by the test suite. However code coverage does not guaranty the quality of testing but it reflects the area covered in testing.

Another important point is white box testing and code coverage(functional) are two separate activities. while the former determine the probable inputs and output for a function, the later determine if all lines and branching conditions of the function are executed, in short all paths have been covered or not. There are quiet a bunch of tools available for Java applications. But for ColdFusion applications, till now there is no way to know the code coverage.

This post provides an experimental tool, Rancho, to get code coverage for any ColdFusion application. Rancho can be used as a ColdFusion Builder extension or as an application Read more and download Rancho....

I am pleased to announce that Adobe ColdFusion 10 is now available. Thanks to the amazing engineers from the Adobe ColdFusion product team for this remarkable release.

ColdFusion 10 now offers built-in support for HTML5 and helps boost performance using Tomcat integration and enhanced caching. With the new hotfix installer and scheduler, ColdFusion 10 Enterprise edition allows enterprise developers to improve productivity, while strengthening authentication and encryption techniques to make websites more secure. HTML5 and REST support helps boost performance and productivity for web and mobile applications development.

With a multitude of enhancements, ColdFusion 10 reduces complex business logic into a few lines of code, dramatically accelerating the development cycle. ColdFusion 10 bring s in the same capability to HTML5 application development to help deliver rich user experiences through web-sockets, video player, geo-tagging and interactive charting. Leveraging an array of built-in features, ColdFusion 10 gives developers the tools to condense enormous tasks into easily manageable projects and rapidly build and deploy scalable Java EE applications to satisfy large-scale business needs in the enterprise.

Pricing and Availability

ColdFusion 10 is available now in three editions. ColdFusion 10 Enterprise Edition is a high-performance solution for delivering multiple websites and applications on one or more servers, or on existing J2EE application server installations starting at an estimated street price of US$8499. ColdFusion 10 Standard is an easy-to-manage configuration for single applications ideal for small to medium-sized businesses and available starting at an estimated street price of US$1499. ColdFusion 10 Developer Edition, a full-featured server for development use only, is available as a no charge download. Low cost upgrade pricing is available to customers with valid licenses of ColdFusion 8 and ColdFusion 9. ColdFusion 10 is immediately available for purchase online from the Adobe Store, directly from Adobe, and through Adobe’s network of partners and resellers. For more information, visit http://www.adobe.com/products/coldfusion-enterprise.html. For a complementary trial, visit https://www.adobe.com/cfusion/tdrc/index.cfm?product=coldfusion.

 

ColdFusion Builder 2.0.1

Along with ColdFusion 10, I am also pleased to announce the availability of ColdFusion Builder 2.0.1 update. ColdFusion Builder 2.0.1 focuses on keeping up-to-date with the changes in ColdFusion 10 along with bug fixes and performance improvements. 

Support for new tags and functionalities of ColdFusion 10
Improved Server manager to work with built-in Tomcat server
Eclipse 3.7 upgrade to leverage the latest functionalities