It’s popular to hate on CF. It’s popular to say Coldfusion is “dying”. It’s popular to call CF a “legacy” language, and compare it to COBOL. But is Coldfusion really unpopular? And, more important… does it matter?
In this post I’m going to take two Lucee only higher-order array functions,
arrayEvery(), and explain their use and purpose. I’ll also review the concept of a higher-order function, as well as the Super Cool (yet very little used) lambda expression available in Lucee 5.
I am happy to present Five Reasons to Learn CF in 2019. I’m trying to be honest here, but you may find some bias because I love Coldfusion. There, I confessed. Read on!
Now that you’ve read my Why Coldfusion? post (you HAVE, right?), let’s do a simple Hello World just to try some sample CF code.
In which I debate the merits of Coldfusion, that "dead" language which "nobody" uses.