COLDFUSION REFERENCES & GUIDES: A Collection of Links to Coldfusion References & CFML Reference Guides such as References for Tags, Variables, Functions, Expressions, and more.
ColdFusion References - There are a large number of websites which deal with developing ColdFusion applications. Some notable examples are:
ColdFusion References - Both a tutorial and reference, provides everything to begin creating ColdFusion MX applications
ColdFusion Expressions: Operands, Operators and Other Constructs
Variables are the most frequently used operands. Variable values can be set and reset, and passed as attributes to CFML tags and JRun servlets. They can be passed as parameters to functions, and can replace most constants.
Colfusion References - Quick CFML References Guide - A quick Coldfusion CFML guide.
Additional References - You can post your questions and concerns and you can also search for certain topics that interest you. The forum is divided into scopes, or topics. For topics covered in this chapter, check out the "Database Access and Query Building" scope
Net Benefits' Tags References - This chapter describes each of the tags in the ColdFusion Markup Language (CFML). The introduction contains an alphabetical summary of ColdFusion tags, a list of new tags in ColdFusion 4.5, and a list of tags by category. The remainder of this chapter provides complete descriptions of each tag, listed alphabetically.
Using periods in variable references - ColdFusion uses the period (.) to separate elements of a complex variable such as a structure, query, XML document object, or external object, as in MyStruct.KeyName. A period also separates a variable scope identifier from the variable name, as in Variables.myVariable or CGI.HTTP_COOKIE. With the exception of Cookie and Client scope variables, which must always be simple variable types, you cannot normally include periods in simple variable names. However, ColdFusion makes some exceptions that accommodate legacy and third-party code that does not conform to this requirement
Using Variables in Coldfusion - This sample chapter takes a look at variables, how they are created, the types of information they can contain, and how we can begin to harness their power in our web applications.
Net Profits - A huge Coldfusion FAQ separated into categories.
Colfusions References for Expressions
This technical note describes ColdFusion expressions -- language constructs that allow you to create sophisticated applications.
Cold Fusion 5.0 - Uses "CreateTimeSpan" to translate both start time and time span into minutes. That way only a simple addition is required to determine end time.