Categories

Our documentation has been tagged by category to provide useful cross-referencing and a method for feature discovery. Use the A-Z index, below, to browse categories.

A
Ajax features All the CFML ajax/client side tags are considered deprecated in Lucee and are only provided for minimal backwards compatibility. They aren't extensible and there are far better modern, javascript alternatives available. Here are some (older) examples of how to replace these tags with javascript
C
Core CFML Language The core elements of the CFML Language. CFML started as a tag based language and then introduced <cfscript>. So keep in mind, all these tags, i.e <cfif> can be also used in <cfscript>, which is similar to JavaScript. ```lucee // tag // cfscript if (redirect) location url=&quot;https://www.lucee.org&quot;; // or location(url=&quot;https://www
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Date and time [Datetime Timezone Handling in Lucee CFML](https://www.andrewdixon.co.uk/2019/05/25/datetime-timezone-handling-in-lucee-cfml/) [Video on Timezones in Lucee](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aIggbT8f3ls)
E
Encode/Decode Enterprise Security API
Extensions Lucee Extensions add additional functionality, such as tags or functions, JDBC support or admin plugins
F
File handling Provides access to File System Resources, this includes virtual file systems like ram, s3, git, ftp and ssh
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M
O
ORM Object-relational mapping
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S
Search The Lucee Search support via the Lucene extension is no longer maintained and is not recommended for new projects.
S3 Provides access to S3 resources
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Threads - [Easy Parallelism in Lucee](https://www.rasia.io/blog/easy-parallelism-in-lucee.html) - [Safe Concurrency with Lucee](https://www.rasia.io/blog/safe-concurrency-with-lucee.html)
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XML