[thelist] ColdFusion and PhP

Scott Brady evolt at scottbrady.net
Sat Jul 7 17:27:19 CDT 2001

> I'm not sure the cost of Coldfusion, the cost is in the $1000's... easily
> sticking ColdFusion out of the reach of the casual webmaster.

If you have your own dedicated server, perhaps.  But I think the "casual
webmaster" is more likely to use a shared host, in which case the costs are
much cheaper.  My host's basic price is $20/month (which gives me a lot of
things, but no SQL Server.  That's a $50/month plan, I believe).

You can develop on your home machine for free (you can get a single license
version of Cold Fusion, and you don't NEED CF Studio.  you can use Notepad,
if you want).


Scott Brady

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