power that is available and how you integrate it with your CFML application.
r. We are then printing out the value of
$cf. This is very similiar to how you think of the JQuery
variable. In OpenBD,
$cf, is always available and gives you a window into the CFML world. More later.
This example illustrates getting access to the standard 'variables' scope and setting/reading elements. In CFML the
variables scope is implicit
As discussed the
$cf is a global variable that lets you interact with the CFML runtime world. It provides a number of helper methods.
|print(.)||This is similar to WriteOutput() function letting you quickly output to the browser window.|
|console(.)||This is similar to Console() function letting you quickly output to the debugging console.|