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ColdFusion documentation has a new home

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January 30, 2018 07:02:40 AM GMT
<p>ColdFusion documentation has had an interesting journey over the last few years. From a wiki-based approach to an Adobe-unified approach, the docs have come a long way and are ever evolving. Today, we have launched a unified and one-stop destination for all things docs. We have revamped the docs site and made it more centralized. Visit the new and improved ColdFusion User Guide (https://helpx.adobe.com/coldfusion/user-guide.html). The new layout is user-friendly and makes navigation easier. We have divided the docs into three main […]</p>
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What about PDF documentation? That is what I really need. The Web sites are too slow to find things during programming.
44 | April 21, 2018 05:07:05 AM GMT
There will be a pdf, but not anytime soon. We are looking into it.
Comment by Saurav Ghosh
43 | April 22, 2018 01:34:16 PM GMT
If you want a quick loading docs site try: https://cfdocs.org/ By Pete Freitag and community. Not sure if it has CF2018 syntax updates yet.
Comment by Josh Kutz
39 | April 30, 2018 05:01:48 PM GMT