Showing posts with label CFUI. Show all posts
Showing posts with label CFUI. Show all posts

Tuesday, 5 August 2014

CFML: <cfchart> / <cfchartseries> bug details for Adobe & Railo

I need a place to put some pictures for a coupla bugs I need to raise, so I'll slap 'em in here and point Adobe & Railo at them. There's not much of interest going on below the fold, so don't bother reading it if you have something better to do.

Saturday, 15 March 2014

ColdFusion-UI-the-Right-Way: <cfmap>

This is a bit of a lazy one, I have to admit. I've added an example for how to use the Google Maps API directly instead of <cfmap> into the ColdFusion-UI-the-Right-Way project, but it's a very very simple example. Still: it demonstrates the code and pushes the punter in the right direction. I'll do a more interesting example when I do one for <cfmapitem>, I promise.

I've reproduced the details below:

Tuesday, 18 February 2014

ColdFusion-UI-the-Right-Way: <cfajaxproxy>

I've just finished another "chapter" on ColdFusion UI the Right Way, this time a quick treatment of <cfajaxproxy>. Once again, I'll repeat it here for the sake of a) promoting CFUItRW; b) adding content to the blog / Google ;-)

Thursday, 6 February 2014

ColdFusion-UI-the-Right-Way: <cfchart>

Yay. I've finally participated in an open source project on Github. I've done a "chapter" on "ColdFusion UI the Right Way", covering <cfchart>. Well: using ZingCharts directly instead of <cfchart>. An easy win for me for today's article is to repeat the chapter here.

Friday, 24 January 2014

re: "Oi! You Bloody Wankers! [etc]"

Thanks to Andrew Myers for spotting this one. It seems even Adobe (inadvertantly) agree with this sentiment:

Right there. On the home page of their own documentation site.


Cheers for giving me a smile today, Andrew.


Thursday, 23 January 2014

Oi! You bloody wankers! Stop using ColdFusion UI controls

So Ray's pipped me here slightly, but fair enough cos he's done all the work so far. See his own blog article "I'm not going to tell you to stop using ColdFusion UI tags anymore...", which covers exactly the same ground I'm gonna cover here. Except he's more polite.