At Epicenter, we’ve been using ColdFusion for more than a decade to create rich interactive applications for our clients. With expertise in application design, security, server optimization, and more, we can handle any ColdFusion challenge you offer.
We use it to build desktop and mobile apps quickly—which translates into cost savings for our clients. Our work with ColdFusion ranges from small corporate websites to enterprise-level apps used by tens of thousands of customers. Take a look at some of the apps we’ve built with ColdFusion.
All of our engineers are senior-level ColdFusion users, with an average of 10 to 13 years of experience each. With this level of experience, you can be confident we’ll get the job done.
Looking for someone to help you maintain an existing ColdFusion application? With certified Adobe experts on staff, we offer flexible solutions to help keep your applications performing in peak condition.
With our decades of experience with ColdFusion, we’re experts in optimal server setup, maintenance, and migration. We offer advanced service optimization services that help you get the most from your ColdFusion app.
Building an app to handle sensitive information? We can give you peace of mind. Our experts specialize in advanced security measures that will keep your ColdFusion app—and its data—secure from attacks.
Let our experts partner with your team—to implement best practices and organized code maintenance procedures. With expertise in most of today’s ColdFusion frameworks, we can help your team stay on track—no matter your situation.
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By default, when you make a CFHttp request in ColdFusion, the tag will block the current page request until the CFHttp tag returns a response. Most of the time, this is what you want. But, if you're dealing with a non-critical request (such as a 3rd-party "event" API), it can often make sense to prevent as much blocking as possible. In such cases, you can use the Timeout attribute of the CFHttp tag to minimize the amount of time the calling context will wait. The Timeout attribute will ... Read More »
In the beginning, ColdFusion gave us isDefined(). Then, structKeyExists(). And, as the concept of "null" started to become a first-class concept, ColdFusion delivered unto us isNull(). Now, with ColdFusion 11 Beta, we have the "elvis" operator - ?: - so called because it looks like a well-coiffed emoticon. In the past, we have seen differences between isDefined() and isNull() ... Read More »