The Definitive Guide To The ColdBox Platform

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Ortus Solutions, Dec 2, 2009 - 412 pages
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ColdBox is an event-driven convention based ColdFusion Development Platform. It provides you with a set of reusable code and tools that you can use to increase your development productivity, and it provides you with a development standard when working in a team environment. ColdBox is comprehensive and modular which helps you address most infrastructure concerns of typical ColdFusion applications. It also goes places that other frameworks don't.
 

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Contents

Internationalization i18n 199
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Layouts Views 167
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Model Integration Guide 207
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The ColdBox Cache 265
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K3L1H 88
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The ColdBox Proxy 281
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Integrating ColdBox 295
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Feed Reading Generation 325
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Securing Your Applications 355
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Unit Testing Handlers 369
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Appendix A ColdBox Professional Services 383
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Index 389
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Luis Majano is a Computer Engineer with over 10 years of software development and systems architecture experience. He was born in San Salvador, El Salvador in the late 70's, during a period of economic instability and civil war. He lived in El Salvador until 1995 and then moved to Miami, Florida where he did his Bachelors of Science in Computer Engineering at Florida International University. Luis currently works for ESRI (Environmental System Research Institute) and resides in Rancho Cucamonga, California with his beautiful wife. He is also the President of Ortus Solutions, a consulting firm specializing in Adobe ColdFusion, Java development and all open source professional services under the ColdBox stack. He is the creator of ColdBox, Codex Wiki (www.codexwiki.org) an open source enterprise wiki system, and contributes to many open source ColdFusion projects. He is also the Adobe ColdFusion user group manager for the Inland Empire. You can read his blog at www.luismajano.com/blog Luis has a passion for Jesus, tennis, golf, volleyball and anything electronic. Edited by Kalen Gibbons Kalen currently develops rich Internet applications for ESRI (Environmental Systems Research Institute) in Redlands, California. He graduated from the California State Polytechnic University of Pomona in 2007 with a degree in Computer Information Systems. He's passionate about programming and enjoys working with many technologies such as ColdFusion, Flex, AIR, and AJAX. He spends his spare time at home with his wonderful wife and two children.

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