FuseTalk, created in 1999 by developers Jason Clark and Dominic Plouffe, has
released the latest version of its flagship Internet forum and weblogging
software for corporate, government and educational organizations. Version 3.1
performs extremely well on ColdFusion 8, according to the company.
FuseTalk's product line is designed to enable organizations to build an
interactive community where members can communicate, through exchange of
knowledge and experiences, information and views, and help solve problems.
"Online communities are a valuable source of timely business intelligence.
We've updated FuseTalk to make it easier for companies to identify the
interests and needs of their community members and to create actionable
responses," said Greg Waite, President of FuseTalk Inc. "There are a lot of
advantages to mining community data and having the tools to act proacti... (more)
(May 28, 2002) - e-Zone Media Inc. has introduced FuseTalk E-mail List Synch
Module, a new tool to synchronize FuseTalk discussion forums with e-mailing
lists to create a powerful integrated way of communication.
The new Module automatically posts e-mails sent to e-mail subscribers on the
forums so that forum users can receive the same information. Administrators
can choose to have selected posts or threads automatically turned into an
e-mail that can be sent to the e-mail subscriber community.
The FuseTalk E-mail List Synch Module allows mailing list users and FuseTalk
"It's Here!" - Editor-in-Chief of CFDJ Introduces ColdFusion MX 7 "This Is
the Release That Will Make You a Hero Again," Says Tim Buntel CFMX 7: Release
Announced Live on SYS-CON.TV
"We've had a tremendous response," said ColdFusion product manager Dave
Gruber, speaking exclusively to SYS-CON.TV (http://www.sys-con.tv) just 9
days after the release of ColdFusion MX 7, the most customer driven release
of Macromedia ColdFusion to date. "I couldn't ask for a better nine days,"
Gruber added, when interviewed live on the show floor at Web Services Edge
2005 in Boston.
"We couldn't be... (more)
HotBanan, based in Barrie, Ontario, Canada, powers Corporate Web sites,
Intranets, Extranets and Micro Marketing Sites for more than 200 companies
worldwide in more than 14 languages. Designed for non-technical users, Hot
Banana uses ColdFusion to create what the company calls "an easy-to-use,
full-fledged Web Content Management system able to manage a Web site's
content creation and publishing process."
Company CEO Krista Lariviere recently asnwered some of our questions about
the company in this exclusive interview.
CFDJ: What was the vision behind the founding of the company, a... (more)
"Adobe Flex 2 is the most complete solution for creating and delivering
engaging, cross-platform, rich Internet applications within the enterprise
and across the web," the company said in making its official Flex 2
"The combination of the rich user experience of Flex 2 and the productivity
of ColdFusion MX 7 provides the fastest, easiest way to create rich Internet
applications. Adobe has created a deep level of integration and productivity
tools for Flex and ColdFusion making it easy for ColdFusion developers to get
started and become productive building Flex appli... (more)