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Where to start when learning Coldfusion from scratch?

Hey!
I am very new to coldfusion and few months down the line i need to write a complete version of CF coding for a website. I wanna know where to start with, and how can I do this? Where can i find the stuff on the web to learn CF from scratch and do what i want to...
Will be glad if U guys help me out!
Sep 25 '07 #1

✓ answered by acoder

Have a look at this thread. Also, for books, take a look at this thread.

You could also browse over some of the tutorials here.

Finally, if you get stuck with a problem, you can always post here.

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acoder
16,027 Expert Mod 8TB
Have a look at this thread. Also, for books, take a look at this thread.

You could also browse over some of the tutorials here.

Finally, if you get stuck with a problem, you can always post here.
Sep 26 '07 #2
Changed the thread title to better describe the problem.
Oh thats great! sounds good.
Thanx for your help, il certainly look into that and revert if i have question(I will have for sure ;))
Bye!
Sep 26 '07 #3
acoder
16,027 Expert Mod 8TB
No problem. Good luck in your future projects with Coldfusion.
Sep 27 '07 #4
dmorand
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Oh thats great! sounds good.
Thanx for your help, il certainly look into that and revert if i have question(I will have for sure ;))
Bye!
I currently have "Sams teach yourself Coldfusion in 24 hours"
written by Ben Forta. It's a good book to start with the basics, which is pretty much where I'm at. I've gone and just bought the ColdFusion MX Bible, Mastering ColdFusion MX by Arman Danesh, Macromedia ColdFusion MX 7 Application Development and Advanced Macromedia ColdFusion MX 7 Application Development both by Ben Forta
Sep 27 '07 #5
acoder
16,027 Expert Mod 8TB
I currently have "Sams teach yourself Coldfusion in 24 hours"
written by Ben Forta. It's a good book to start with the basics, which is pretty much where I'm at. I've gone and just bought the ColdFusion MX Bible, Mastering ColdFusion MX by Arman Danesh, Macromedia ColdFusion MX 7 Application Development and Advanced Macromedia ColdFusion MX 7 Application Development both by Ben Forta
Wow, that's a lot of books. Your bookshelf must be bulging. Good luck in learning Coldfusion. It's a very powerful and easy language once you master it.

For example, see the upload article. Show me another language which can upload a file with basically one line of code!
Sep 28 '07 #6
dmorand
219 100+
Wow, that's a lot of books. Your bookshelf must be bulging. Good luck in learning Coldfusion. It's a very powerful and easy language once you master it.

For example, see the upload article. Show me another language which can upload a file with basically one line of code!
I pretty much learn all of my languages via amazon.com. :-)
My company won't send me to Coldfusion training because it's too much $$$.
Sep 28 '07 #7
I currently have "Sams teach yourself Coldfusion in 24 hours"
written by Ben Forta. It's a good book to start with the basics, which is pretty much where I'm at. I've gone and just bought the ColdFusion MX Bible, Mastering ColdFusion MX by Arman Danesh, Macromedia ColdFusion MX 7 Application Development and Advanced Macromedia ColdFusion MX 7 Application Development both by Ben Forta
Hey!
That's really cool! I have placed the order for the book by Ben Forta. I hope to get the book soon and learn ColdFusion in 24 hrs...hahaha
Thanx buddy!
Oct 1 '07 #8

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