The Dallas / Fort Worth ColdFusion User Group is proud to announce that Adobe Evangelist Terry Ryan will be making a special stop in Dallas on March 24th to present ColdFusion Builder, the new eclipse based IDE for developing ColdFusion applications.
Now that our ACME stack has been installed, let's setup some isolated development areas. To do this, we need to create one or more Virtual Hosts in Apache and setup some local domains.
We're in the final stretch. We've got Apache, ColdFusion and MySQL up and running. Now we need a way to write some actual ColdFusion code in Linux. For that, we need the Eclipse IDE and a few plug-ins, primarily CFEclipse.
We've got [A]pache and [C]oldFusion installed so far. In part three, we're installing 64-bit [M]ySQL.
I've always appreciated the effort that Stephen Collins put into creating The ACME Guide, which takes you through the steps of setting up a local ColdFusion development environment. This is my walk through of setting up the latest and greatest ACME stack under 64-bit Ubuntu 8.04.