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Adobe ColdFusion Builder is an integrated development environment (IDE) that was developed by Adobe Systems for dedicated use with ColdFusion server software.

Product historyEdit

Adobe acquired the ColdFusion platform with its purchase of Macromedia in December 2005.[1] IDEs in use with ColdFusion at the time included ColdFusion Studio and HomeSite+ (which had both been previously developed at Allaire), and Macromedia Dreamweaver.[2]

Adobe based ColdFusion Builder on Eclipse,[3] which allows it to use third-party Eclipse plug-ins.[4] Eclipse had been used for third-party CFML development as early as 2004.[5] Since Eclipse itself is free, some developers opt to use it as a free alternative with plug-ins to bring its feature set more in line with ColdFusion Builder.[6][7]

Version historyEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Adobe Completes Acquisition of Macromedia, Adobe Systems. 2005-12-05. Archived 2005-12-07.
  2. Macromedia ColdFusion Studio 5: Introducing Macromedia Dreamweaver MX, Macromedia. Archived 2002-08-02.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Introducing ColdFusion Builder by Ben Forta, Adobe Systems. 2010-03-22.
  4. About ColdFusion Builder: Installing third-party Eclipse plug-ins, Adobe. 2018-07-26.
  5. About CFEclipse, CFEclipse. Accessed 2019-11-12.
  6. Compare Eclipse vs Adobe ColdFusion Builder, FinancesOnline. Accessed 2019-11-12.
  7. Features, CFEclipse. Accessed 2019-11-12.
  8. Introducing Adobe ColdFusion Builder beta by Ben Forta, Adobe Systems. 2009-07-13.
  9. Announcing the launch of ColdFusion 11 and ColdFusion Builder 3 by Rakshith Naresh, Adobe Systems. 2014-04-29.

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