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ColdFusion is NOT Dead!

If you’ve ever touched a computer at all, chances are you know what HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) is. It’s how a website is built, right? But unless you are in the website development field or are responsible for a website built in it, you likely have not heard of CFML, or ColdFusion Markup Language. ColdFusion is an application development tool used for writing web pages that interact with databases, and contrary to what the uninformed may think, it is NOT a dead language.

Take the WRIS Legacy ColdFusion Division for example. Once the word got out that we could provide solid support for older...

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A New Year ReSEOlution

2018 is upon us. Hopefully, this past year was good to you and your organization, thanks in part to your website. If not, now’s the time to figure out what to do moving forward.

What is your approach to Search Engine Optimization? Do you have an official strategy in place? Or are you just taking it day by day? Even if you don’t have a “formal” Search Engine Optimization plan, there are absolutely things you can do to ensure you are giving your website the best shot at the best rankings and providing your customers with a user-friendly site. Here are some of the most basic things you can...

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Legacy ColdFusion

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When was your ColdFusion based web application first developed? Was it more than 10 years ago? More than 15 years ago? If so, and if you have only done superficial updates since then, you may be finding it more and more difficult to secure quality developers who can help when an issue arises.

ColdFusion is a solid development language that has been around for more than 20 years. Still, it’s not as common as some of the other languages, which is why finding a trusted developer or development company can sometimes be tricky. And if the version of ColdFusion your website or application is built in is considered “Legacy ColdFusion” or running on an older version of...

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