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As you probably know, ColdFusion 8 came out today and it has tons of Ajax/DHTML goodies. It's based on YUI+EXT, which is a great, powerful, scaleable, documented solution... but it weights just too much. A simple cfwindow requires about a 360k JavaScript download ... I checked the sour...
Thanks to all those who attended my Flex for ColdFusion Developer session at CFUnited.  As promised, here are the sample files that i used in the session.
The ColdFusion 8 flood gates have opened wide in the blogosphere, and ColdFusion developers everywhere have begun to consider and experiment with the wide range of great new features. As you know, Adobe Labs is hosting the ColdFusion 8 Public Beta, so if you haven't downloaded and ins...
This article discusses the various AJAX toolkits that are available today. With the wide array of toolkits that are available, it's becoming easier to develop web applications
This article discusses the various AJAX toolkits that are available today. With the wide array of toolkits that are available, it's becoming easier to develop web applications
View the latest ColdFusion Hotfix notifications from your ColdFusion Administrator using a custom extension. Download this zip file, and extract the extensionscustom.cfm to the /CFIDE/Administrator/ directory. The next time you view the Administrator you'll see a new menu item in t...
On February 1, 2006 I'll be speaking at the Atlanta CFUG (www.acfug.org) on static v. dynamic typing and why I think so many of us are missing the power in CFCs.
Ruby has changed the nature of the debate about custom software, making ColdFusion more viable for companies and organizations.
With Adobe's purchase of Macromedia, CF developers are rightly worried about the future of ColdFusion. For 2-3 years, I've felt like Cassandra, warning CF developers that the future didn't look bright for ColdFusion. With Adobe's purchase and given t