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Free Hosting for development

Is there a place that has free hosting for developing a CF site?
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YLaw
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73SpyderCommented:
Not that I know of.  I have used godaddy and it is fairly cheap and has both SQL and mysql support
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SidFishesCommented:
not to be a smart*ss but

Google
Results 1 - 10 of about 15,800 for "free coldfusion hosting"

there's lots...only a lot of them will not necessarily provide a lot of features.

If you're developing, why not download MX7.1, run it in Dev mode, set up MySQL, SQL Server Express or (ugh) Access, Get Eclipse and CFEclipse plugin and develop on your local machine.
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73SpyderCommented:
Yeah, I guess I should have expanded my answer.  I meant I have not found a good one that would let me develop in a stable environment that.

You get what you pay for.  
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mrichmonCommented:
There are tons, most require ads to be shown on your page.

Alternatively it is FREE to just install CF to your computer as a development version
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YLawAuthor Commented:
I haven't found any that didn't require a startup fee, could you please suggest one.  I just need to put up some stuff for someone to look at for a few days.  I need to use  datasource (access db) and that's about it.  
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mrichmonCommented:
I have heard this is one:
http://cfdeveloper.co.uk/
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mrichmonCommented:
But really a few days?  Just install CF to your own computer
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SidFishesCommented:
you're best bet is http://cfdeveloper.co.uk/ it does require a startup fee but it's only 5 bucks...
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YLawAuthor Commented:
thanks.  I had seen cfdeveloper, but for the few days didn't think it was worth it.  I need someone to see it who's not connected to my computer
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mrichmonCommented:
YLaw,

I suggested cfdeveloper.co.uk as well - in fact earlier.  Is there any reason you did not split the accepted answer
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YLawAuthor Commented:
Sorry that was an oversite.  I didn't see that you had posted that...I will redo the points....I actually didn't use any of the responses, but I wanted to give credit to those who didn't just say to search on the internet as if I wouldn't have tried that first.
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mrichmonCommented:
Unaccepted mrichmon {16554012} and split points between mrichmon {16554012} and  SIdFishes{16554042}
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YLawAuthor Commented:
MRichmon, I can do no right??
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mrichmonCommented:
I wasn't saying to take all the points away from SidFishes.  He also suggested that site.  In general you should split the points among the answers that helped solve the question.

Don't worry.  It is taken care of.
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