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Better G11N Practices

We'll wrap up this chapter by providing a set of “better” practices for developing G11N applications in ColdFusion MX 7. “Better” means better than “good” but not quite ready to be the “best.” Why not “best practices”? My own modesty aside, mainly because ColdFusion MX 7 is so new and there are so many ways to pitch globalized woo.

As shown throughout this chapter, the introduction of CFCs and Unicode in ColdFusion, as well as the fact that it's easier access to Java I18N libraries, certainly improved our ability to develop G11N applications. Yet G11N concepts are still relatively new to ColdFusion application developers, and I expect there is still quite a bit more to evolve as the community's “heavy thinkers” turn their brains to this field. What follows is what I think are better G11N practices now that ColdFusion MX 7 has come to town.


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