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Chapter 23. Building Reusable Components > Learning More About CFCs

Learning More About CFCs

In Chapter 28, there is a CFC called ShoppingCart, which is another example of a component that is designed to be stored in the SESSION scope. Look at this example to see another way in which a helpful and independent CFC can be created that encapsulates a real-world concept or metaphorical object (in this case, a shopping cart).

In Chapter 26, you will learn how client-side applications created with Flash can easily connect to ColdFusion Components, call methods, and display or otherwise present the data or functionality that the CFCs expose. Looking at this chapter will get your brain thinking about how CFCs aren't necessarily for the use of your ColdFusion code alone. They can be thought of as universal suppliers of information or functionality that don't particularly care whether the user of the information is a Flash movie, a ColdFusion page, or a Web Service.


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