November 11, 2020
ColdFusion 2021 has been released, with many, many features
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November 11, 2020
ColdFusion 2021 has been released, with many, many features
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I don’t see that Adobe has offered a blog post here yet (though a new banner is showing it), so let me be the first to announce that ColdFusion 2021 has been released today, and yep, the name is indeed CF2021. I’m sure we’ll see posts from Adobe in due time.

Until then (and even after), check out a blog post I did just hours before the release where I list the many, many new features, as I had gathered them from the prerelease (which at the time was open to the public):

The many new and improved features in CF2021

I count nearly 60 of them, and as always they range from the features great to small, any of which may delight you. Go check out the post and get the new version.

Update: I found after writing the above that Adobe had posted the news in a forum post insted:

Introducing Adobe ColdFusion (2021 release)

Perhaps we’ll see a similar post like that from them here as a blog post on the portal, but until then I’m glad to be able to point this out. That forum post does also list and links to resources on the many new features.

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2020-11-11 17:19:55
2020-11-11 17:19:55

Don’t forget to run cfpm so you can connect to database servers and such.

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2020-11-11 18:56:10
2020-11-11 18:56:10
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Just to clarify, that’s only needed if one used the express/zip installer. It presumes to implement almost no packages (to keep it small).

But the normal (gui) installer instead presumes to implement ALL packages by default.

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