ColdFusion Documentation Wiki

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Credit Adam Cameron for reminding me, but a few days ago we launched a new version of the ColdFusion documentation that is entirely wiki-driven: ColdFusion English Documentation.

Editor access is restricted (but can be requested) and is not limited to just Adobians (as Adam points out in his blog post). Check it out now!

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Archived Comments

Comment 1 by Chip posted on 10/29/2013 at 5:16 PM

That's very cool. What could make it even cooler would be is there was something like built in with the code examples so people could actually try most of them out.

Comment 2 by Gary Fenton posted on 10/29/2013 at 9:04 PM

The wiki's navigation tree on the left really needs to be ajaxified to speed up browsing through pages and levels. The search tool needs to be more like so tags and functions can be found lightning quick. Is it possible to have the best of both worlds? :-) I didn't know where to send feedback too, there's no link for it on the Adobe page.

Comment 3 by Scott Buckel posted on 11/4/2013 at 9:40 PM

I thought this link may be useful to others, it took me 5 minutes to figure this out--the link is stolen from Frank Jennings' post over at Adam's blog.

To request access to become a moderator, you need to follow the instructions here:

Comment 4 by Jura Khrapunov posted on 12/5/2013 at 6:26 PM

Looks good, but it is painfully slow, it takes up to 30 seconds to load single page, what a bummer. is of no use - no v.10 support and search doesn't work...

Comment 5 by Raymond Camden posted on 12/5/2013 at 6:40 PM

Jura, I'll ping the administrator. It does seem a bit slow to me as well and maybe something can be done.