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.|
Print is similar to WriteOutput() function letting you quickly output to the browser window.
This is similar to Console() function letting you quickly output to the debugging console.
This lets you place JS in separate files and load as needed, cutting down on code duplication and clutter.
Core CFML function