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bluApple 2.0 Released

Started Sep 10, 2009 0 Replies

Just wanted to let everyone know that bluApple 2.0 which was formerly CF_Nuke is now available. I would really like to hear everyone's thoughts on it.. So download it and try it out :)

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somethingJava, LLC is Hiring.

We are a coldfusion house, we are looking for programmers with a solid OO design background.We are also looking for FLEX / Flash & Actionscript programmers.We are also looking for Graphic ArtistsMarco G. WilliamssomethingJava, LLChttp://www.somethingJava.comPhone: 714-330-1296Email: somethingJava@gmail.comSee More
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Marco Williams commented on Joshua Cyr's group CF Contractors
"looking to hire full or parttime CF programmer with good OO Design background. Must be local to Orange County, CA"
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Marco Williams commented on Joshua Cyr's group CF Contractors
"somethingJava, LLC website design and development services. We are based out of California. We are currently accepting work. Check out our website http://www.somethingJava.com for more information about our services."
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Marco Williams commented on Marco Williams's blog post RSS the easy way.
"Yeah, cffeed is great! However, not everyone has CF8. so I guess, I should have included some info about this is the best solution for CFMX & CF7 users. :)"
Sep 16, 2009
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RSS the easy way.

Thanks to Ray Camden for always creating great and useful code. I'm sure many of you have already downloaded some of Ray Camden's apps. I just wanted to show everyone how easy it is to grab RSS feeds and display them on your site.There are very easy steps to doing this.Step 1. Download rss.cfcFirst Download the RSS.cfc from riaforge.orgFor now, I'm just going to place the rss.cfc in the root of my app for ease of example.Step 2. Set a…See More
Sep 11, 2009
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"thanks for the add"
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Sep 10, 2009
Marco Williams posted a discussion

bluApple 2.0 Released

Just wanted to let everyone know that bluApple 2.0 which was formerly CF_Nuke is now available. I would really like to hear everyone's thoughts on it.. So download it and try it out :)
Sep 10, 2009
Marco Williams added a discussion to the group bluApple 2.0 CMS
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** CF_NUKE is now bluApple 2.0 **You can find bluApple 2.0 CMS on the somethingJava site or on riaforge.orgSee More
Sep 10, 2009
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bluApple 2.0 CMS

This will be a discussion for bluApple 2.0 I would like to keep most of the support on bluApple.riaforge.org but if you have some questions I will be monitoring it here too.See More
Sep 10, 2009
Marco Williams commented on Scott Stewart's blog post Working with CF-Nuke
"Scott, I know you posted this quite some time ago. But just letting you know I am the owner of the CF-Nuke project. I have already released it's new form. it is called bluApple which can be downloaded at http://www.somethingJava.com/bluApple or…"
Sep 10, 2009
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RSS the easy way.

Posted on September 11, 2009 at 0:20 1 Comment

Thanks to Ray Camden for always creating great and useful code. I'm sure many of you have already downloaded some of Ray Camden's apps. I just wanted to show everyone how easy it is to grab RSS feeds and display them on your site.



There are very easy steps to doing this.



Step 1. Download rss.cfc

First Download the RSS.cfc from riaforge.org

For now, I'm just going to place the rss.cfc in the root of my app… Continue

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