Free version of ColdFusion

Allaire has released a free limited functional version of ColdFusion Server, its enterprise Web application server.

According to Allaire, ColdFusion Express is an entry-level application server designed for HTML developers who build basic intranet applications.

The version works with Allaire's Web development environment HomeSite, which provides the visual tools required to build ColdFusion Express applications.

ColdFusion Express uses the same tag-based server scripting language as ColdFusion, which users can easily migrate to when the need arises, says Allaire.

ColdFusion Express is available as a download from http://www.allaire.com/cfexpress.

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