Get Shorty: Trim the Fat with ColdFusion
Tired of the same old URL shorteners like TinyURL, tr.im or bit.ly? Ever wished you could run your very own URL shortener? In ColdFusion, it’s probably easier than you think.
WebDU 2009: How to be a Rockstar Developer
The recent WebDU conference in Sydney, Australia, kept developers working with Flash, Flex, AIR and ColdFusion educated, entertained, and well caffeinated. Read Kay’s summary of the second and final day.
The Future of Flash and the Return of ColdFusion
With 46 sessions over two days, the recent WebDU conference delivered the goods for developers working with Flash, Flex, AIR and ColdFusion. Kay penned a few thoughts after the first day.
How To Get To The WebDU Conference… On The Cheap
While SitePoint’s live reports from this year’s WebDU conference will no doubt be sterling, wouldn’t it be even better to be at the conference yourself? Kay shares with us a couple of ways that attending for free could become be a reality for you.
The release of ColdFusion 9…
CF9 the shirt, that is. If you’re eagerly anticipating ColdFusion 9 – codenamed Centaur – you can now get the unofficial tshirt. As well as looking after your fashion woes, Kay wraps up the latest developments in the ColdFusion community from this week.
All’s Quiet on the CF Front…
This week was strangely quiet. Nothing much on the frameworks front; Open BlueDragon and Railo kept to themselves. Hmmm, looks like everyone is heads down coding… let’s see what they’ve got for us. Code n’ Concepts Adobe have released a technote briefly demonstrating how images can be streamed. And if you’re working with CFIMAGE, Scott […]
10 Questions for Isaac Dealey on the OnTap Framework
Isaac Dealey is the author of two ColdFusion frameworks: onTap and an object relational mapper called DataFaucet. SitePoint recently had the privilege of sitting down with him for a discussion about his frameworks.
The Week In ColdFusion: 13-19 Aug: And amongst the Gurus, an ArgumentCollection did break out
So… did ya miss me? I had an awesome holiday, and have come back to an overflowing feed reader. Although I may touch on some of the big things that happened while I was away, I’m going to concentrate on the current week – otherwise this post would take you an hour to read and […]
The Week in ColdFusion, 2-8 July: Object-oriented CFML for fun and profit
In the last few weeks, the number of code-related blog posts in the ‘ole CFBlogosphere has skyrocketed – which is just the way I like it. This week I found lots of good material on writing object oriented code. This bumper roundup will be the last that I’ll be posting this month – I’m off […]
The Week In ColdFusion: June 25-July 1: An unconference, a new book and a boatload of code
Last week there were lots of announcements and the odd bit of controversy in the ‘ol CFML blogosphere… this week, not so much. However, I do have some tasty code posts for you and some even tastier open source news – bon appetit! Code Interested in learning object-oriented programming? Join Ben Nadel as he builds […]