Anil Dash covers what he believes will be the web development trends for 2006. I’d have to say I highly agree with his comments on Ruby On Rails– there are a lot of little “nice to haves” missing here and … Continue reading →
After attending a high-level presentation about CFMX 7.0, a couple of co-workers got the impression that you could use the Sourceless Deployment option to essentially deploy a CFMX application to a J2EE server without needing a license for it. I … Continue reading →
Though I’m still working on some code which uses the new CFML Asynchronous Gateway as part of the Event Gateways in the newly released ColdFusion MX 7.0, I thought I’d post a couple of things I’ve came across to be … Continue reading →
Today was the day I finally sat down and started doing more than just poking around at the Fusebox 4 core files and demo applications– I actually decided to use it.
For the 2-5 people in the ColdFusion community that might actually be interested… I finally got a chance to play with installing CFMX on FreeBSD again, and have it up and running! I’m pretty excited– this is something I’ve wanted … Continue reading →
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