ColdFusion Markup Language


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ColdFusion Markup Language

(language, World-Wide Web)
(CFML) A tag based markup language used to create ColdFusion web applications by embedding ColdFusion commands in HTML files.
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BlueDragon is designed to help enable customers to modernize and extend legacy ColdFusion Markup Language (CFML) applications to run on BEA WebLogic Server, which can thereby allow companies to reuse existing technology to help meet evolving business needs.
The software package combines ColdFusion Studio 5, the latest version of Macromedia's code-editing environment for creating web applications using ColdFusion Markup Language, with the company's UltraDev visual application authoring system, to enable users to work easily across both products.
The user interface elements, such as hierarchical menus, drop down lists, grids and calendars, will be presented within dynamically generated Web pages based on CFML (ColdFusion Markup Language) or JSP (JavaServer Pages).