NodeJS or ColdFusion, which one is better?
A server-side programming environment, was initially developed more than twenty years ago in 1995 by J.J Allaire brothers. In 2001, it was acquired by Macromedia and in 2005, it was later attained by Adobe Systems.
After more than twenty years of growth, ColdFusion has become an impressive complete solution for database management, API development, client and server-side coding, file format operation, security and many more. Due to the fusion of multiple web technologies like XML, JAVA, Web Services; ColdFusion provides an easy programming environment for the development of server-side pages in less time as compared to other web-based technologies like PHP and ASP. The code in ColdFusion can be written in ColdFusion Markup language (CFML), which closely resembles XML and HTML.
ColdFusion uses a special language CFML, which is a bit tricky to learn, therefore learning efforts are required.
To be continued...