So I was catching up on some blog reading and Jeffry Houser had a post recommending that readers take a personality test, so I did. Here are my results:
Added by Mike Harman on April 27, 2008 at 2:00 —
ColdBox is the first framework to support integrated Unit Testing of the entire application
.Test-driven development would help to build software better and stable code base.
I know the test-driven development track is bit complicated and rough route. Most of CF developers mind-set is completely different from test driven development, so initially this will take some time to understand and implement.
I would like to suggest to start learning unit-testing, carry on… Continue
Added by Sana Ullah on April 23, 2008 at 23:18 —
I was just told lately (a week ago) that the developers edition of ColdFusion was free... I downloaded it, implemented it, and have been in awe ever since. HTML was cool, PHP amazing, CF ridiculously uber amazing. The fact that you can create your own images and name them... then email them... then create a pdf on one thread and load the page/progress while doing so, all while querying a database for some other crap, and the user not thinking your site is slow and a POS.
I do small… Continue
Added by Dan on April 21, 2008 at 17:49 —
Luis Majano has released ColdBox v2.6 Beta. You can download from here
Most importantly this release has really great features and amazing performance.
Please check the new features list on ColdBox wiki or just click on this link Click Here
Added by Sana Ullah on April 20, 2008 at 21:45 —
I'm learning flex, finally. So one thought keeps coming to my mind, 'Why did I wait so long?!'
Since I'm a ColdFusion developer, I'm particularly interested in the integration with CF. For now however, I'm doing the crawl before I walk thing. I'm keeping my eyes on the integration of Flex, Life Cycle Data Services, and… Continue
Added by Mike Harman on April 20, 2008 at 2:00 —
I have been putting off starting a blog, but I suppose the time has come for me to jump on the blogwagon.
The proper things would be for me to introduce myself.
My name is Mike Harman, I am a Systems Analyst/Developer for Orenco Systems, Inc. and have worked there for the past 16 years. For the last ten years I have also ran my own consulting and… Continue
Added by Mike Harman on April 20, 2008 at 2:00 —
Have you taken the CFML IDE survey yet??
So far I've gotten about 400 entries and I know there are more CF developers out there! :)
If you haven't taken it - please take a few moments to give us your feedback!
Added by Jim Priest on April 19, 2008 at 2:32 —
ColdBox always on top for offering great feature, which really makes development fast and easy. ColdBox provide extremely powerful caching mechanism
for applications. You can cache objects, queries, structure, arrays, html result set... simply anything you like.
syntax is very simple to set/get things from cache.
getColdboxOCM().set("NameOf" , value)
One thing is very important that coldbox cache is based on java… Continue
Added by Sana Ullah on April 18, 2008 at 22:05 —
For the past several weeks, I've been working on a very complicated app. I've been working with Maciej, my colleague, and together we've been struggling to keep the whole thing going in our heads.
At the same time, I've been reading a biography of Einstein that concentrates on the Great Man before he had attained his now-exalted status. What I find fascinating is how much Einstein struggled with the different, competing observations and theories before arriving at his breakthrough… Continue
Added by Hal Helms on April 17, 2008 at 5:48 —
ColdBox as usual provide great tool. Cookie Plugin
is really cool, you can store complex values in cookies and also coldbox will encrypt the values for you by just enabling encryption setting . Just a simple one line of code does all this magic for you.
I know its not a rocket science but to be honest the cookie plugin is nearly 200 lines of code but does really amazing job. As these kind of features are supported by community developers which solidify the concept and… Continue
Added by Sana Ullah on April 16, 2008 at 10:03 —
is initially to see the limits of professional’s arbitrages. Until now, the software industry practiced an free movement of work at offshore outsourcing companies. If the business providers could document the process from that onwards the outsourced companies are getting the profitable amount in their pockets.
From the begging of 1991 the offshore outsourcing process is started from onwards we have significantly… Continue
Added by cf.etisbew on April 15, 2008 at 13:03 —
ColdBox as always offer great tools to deal with complex situations and really helpful in solve our problem so efficiently in a elegant way.
I was stuck with multiple queries. In my situation we have 3 three different queries and was looking way to combine them for final output.
As coldfusion query-of-query does not support inner-joins, outer-joins. But ColdBox queryHelper
plugin is really amazing, it provides great methods to handle inner-join, outer-join and many… Continue
Added by Sana Ullah on April 12, 2008 at 20:19 —
I have been a loyal, nay ardent, HomeSite user, lo these many years. Friends tried to tell me that CFEclipse was great, but it seemed that every time I looked at it, there was something that just didn't fit well. I wasn't even sure what it was. Regardless, I stuck with HomeSite and have been happy.
Recently, though, I had occasion to use Eclipse for Java. I've been using Eclipse for years for Java work, and while I was in the program, I decided to try downloading the CFEClipse… Continue
Added by Hal Helms on April 5, 2008 at 0:24 —
Just wanted to post a small blog to say that I am back to work officially after my wife had our first child, a beautiful healthly baby boy, Gabriel Edward Kolcz, last Wednesday. He is 2 weeks as of yesterday.
Having a child, as some/most of you know, changes everything in life. I am happy and worried all the time now.
Added by Wally Kolcz on April 3, 2008 at 11:26 —
ColdBox provide such a neat implementation of SES (search engine friendly url). All you have to do to build your application without worrying about which web-server is going to be deployed. Web-server could be Apache, IIS but your application will have full scale capability of SES stuff handling.
You can specify route like this
/blog/:month/:year (alphanumeric) OR /entry/:month-numeric/:year-numeric (only for numeric values).
coldbox provide full detail of each… Continue
Added by Sana Ullah on April 3, 2008 at 11:04 —