First Eclipse Plug-in for ColdFusion Debugging Announced

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At this year's CFUNITED, Intergral announced their new FusionDebug™ product. Designed for use with Adobe's ColdFusion MX development platform, FusionDebug will let developers debug ColdFusion applications quickly and easily from within the Eclipse IDE.

For the 300,000+ ColdFusion developers at over 10,000 companies worldwide, things are about to change. At this year's CFUNITED, Intergral announced the Beta version of FusionDebug™. Designed for use with Adobe's ColdFusion MX development platform, FusionDebug will let developers debug ColdFusion applications quickly and easily. Since ColdFusion MX was launched back in August 2003, an integrated debugger has been an essential, albeit absent feature within the ColdFusion editing environment.

FusionDebug, which is Intergral's latest edition to their Fusion Product suite, seamlessly integrates with the Eclipse IDE and can be used with both CFEclipse or your registered CF editor. It enables developers to control the execution of their programs by setting breakpoints, stepping into tags and CFC's, examining the contents of variables and setting up watch points within expressions, as well as much, much more. FusionDebug also provides different levels of debugging information so that advanced ColdFusion developers can get a low-level view of what's happening within their programs.

FusionDebug is currently in beta and is targeted for general release by end July 2006. Users who wish to be notified once FusionDebug is made available can register using the following link:

http://www.fusion-reactor.com/fusiondebug

Intergral is dedicated to providing essential development and support extensions to Adobe’s ColdFusion product line. Intergral’s Fusion suite also includes FusionReactor™ - The #1 ColdFusion Development and Support Dashboard.

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