Some More Resources for Getting Started with CFEclipse
Note: This blog post is from 2007. Some content may be outdated--though not necessarily. Same with links and subsequent comments from myself or others. Corrections are welcome, in the comments. And I may revise the content as necessary.Late last year I did an entry on Resources for Getting Started with CFEclipse. Since then I've learned of a few more:
- CFE User's mailing list
- Mark Drew's CFE TV (live video demos)
- "Making the switch to CFEclipse" CFDJ article by Jeff Houser
- Adobe Devnet article on CFE
- House of Fusion Eclipse mailing list
- there are many CFE articles on Community MX (the first few are on FusionDebug, also built atop eclipse)
- Mark's own CFEclipse resources page
I found these while putting together yet another resource on CFE, which I'll be blogging about very soon. Yep, with all my work using FusionDebug and the new CF8 debugger, I've gotten more and more comfortable using CFE.I want to help others who have taken a long time to make the move. :-)
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Just FYI, FusionDebug has a full installer for Windows, Mac and Linux that installs and configures Eclipse, CFEclipse for you. After the trial for FusionDebug finishes you can still use Eclipse and CFEclipse just fine. This makes trying out CFEclipse easy for those who aren't familiar with installing Eclipse...
A great list. I use the JS Eclipse plug in as well.
Darren, I'm sorry I didn't think to mention that myself (FusionDebug's installer offering an all in one solution). That's a great benefit, as some have wished for that for some time (versus having to install Eclipse and then the CFE plugin). Even if one doesn't want to use FD, it's useful (and hey, while you're at it, why not try it out. I have a long series of entries on it here. See the Fusiondebug category at right.)