With CFFiddle you can code and share your code snippets with others on the go, anytime and every time. You can use CFFiddle to achieve the following:
Bugs: If you encounter any language-related bug, you can share the snippet in the Adobe tracker, where you had already created the ticket.
Docs: This is a very important area for CFFiddle. All ColdFusion functions and tags will include a link to the appropriate CFFiddle code. We are updating the docs incrementally- functions first, then tags. If you find any code snippet that is inadequate or incorrect, please create a CFFiddle link for the particular feature/function/code, and send it to the ColdFusion community team. We’ll update the docs and also attribute the new/updated code to you.
Version-specific features: Some features do not work across various versions of ColdFusion. In CFFiddle, you can test features against versions and should you encounter a bug, please create a CCFiddle link and raise a ticket in Adobe tracker.
As always, please keep the feedback coming, and together, let’s contribute to ColdFusion’s success.