ColdFusion added to Adobe Community Help

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I twittered on this earlier (for folks who want to follow me, I'm cfjedimaster on Twitter) - Adobe has added ColdFusion to their Community Help system. Head over to the form and try a search for RSS. Notice how my blog comes up? You can now search at Adobe and get a mix of 'official' and community resources. More information may be found at the Adobe Community Help blog:

Behold, ColdFusion fans: the ColdFusion search engine is here!

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Archived Comments

Comment 1 by Brad Wood posted on 2/14/2009 at 5:00 AM

That's pretty cool. I see that they have indexed aggregators like fullasagoog as well which effectively indexes the opening paragraphs of many many blogs that aren't directly being searched.

I guess the questions now are, will people use it, and will it offer any benefit over a basic Google search?

Comment 2 by Steve W posted on 2/14/2009 at 5:12 AM

This is great. IE 8 immediately prompts (asks) you to add it to your available search engines/accelerators.