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Macromedia ColdFusion Studio 5 box

Macromedia ColdFusion Studio 5

ColdFusion Studio was an integrated development environment (IDE) that was developed for use with ColdFusion server software from Allaire Corporation, and then Macromedia.

Product historyEdit

Allaire Cold Fusion 3.1 boxes

Allaire Cold Fusion 3.1 Studio and Server

ColdFusion Studio was based on HomeSite with CFML tools to support ColdFusion development. The first version, called Cold Fusion Studio, was released by Allaire with Cold Fusion 3.1 Server software in November 1997.[1]

Allaire ColdFusion Studio 4.5 box

Allaire ColdFusion Studio 4.5

After Allaire was acquired by Macromedia, Dreamweaver MX was offered as a substitute, but it also included HomeSite+ (also previously developed by Allaire) for users who were accustomed to using ColdFusion Studio.[2]

Macromedia was acquired by Adobe Systems on December 5, 2005.[3] Adobe ended development and sales of HomeSite in May 2009 and offered Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 as a substitute.[4] On March 22, 2010, Adobe introduced Adobe ColdFusion Builder as their new IDE for dedicated ColdFusion development.[5]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Power tools for the Web, by Steven M. Cohn, Network World, p.54. 1997-12-08.
  2. Macromedia ColdFusion Studio 5: Introducing Macromedia Dreamweaver MX, Macromedia. Archived 2002-08-02.
  3. Adobe Completes Acquisition of Macromedia, Adobe Systems. 2005-12-05. Archived 2005-12-07.
  4. HomeSite development ended, Adobe Systems. 2009-05-26.
  5. Introducing ColdFusion Builder by Ben Forta, Adobe Systems. 2010-03-22.

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