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ColdBox surpases the 500 downloads.

Posted by Luis Majano
19 Dec 2006 12:00 AM
Just a quick note, that I was impressed today to see that more than 500 downloads have been registered for ColdBox since I opened the project back in August. I am really grateful that this framework is having great response even in its infancy.

Thanks again for your support and please continue to support Open Source Projects.

Have a great X-Mas and a happy New Year. May God bless your coding brain cells and soon to be carpetunnel fingers.

ColdBoxReader at RIA Forge

Posted by Luis Majano
19 Dec 2006 12:00 AM
I just opened the announcement of ColdBoxReader. A coldfusion based RSS reader that comes included with the ColdBox Bundle. I will be separating this project and enhancing it according to community needs. So please give your opinions and suggestions on this project. As of now, it is part of the ColdBox project and will continue in its same timeline.

The link is http://coldboxreader.riaforge.org/

So please enjoy and bring me your comments and suggestions. Ohh, by the way, here is a demo URL

http://www.luismajano.com/coldboxreader

Java 6 is out and its open source!!

Posted by Luis Majano
13 Dec 2006 12:00 AM
If you have not heard this, SUN just launched Java SE 6 and made it open source!!!

WOW!!!

Open java Feature

Java SE 6

So please check it out.

ColdBox Updates: Getting back on Track!!

Posted by Luis Majano
11 Dec 2006 12:00 AM
After spending a very productive ColdBox weeked, here are some links that you will find interesting:

Milestone for 1.2.0 Matures

Milestone 1.2.0

FAQ Updated

FAQ

Announcing ColdBox Cache!!

This will make some users happy!! I am still on the planning and research phase, but putting a requirements for it, you can look at it here:

ColdBox Cache

Please read the initial ticket and send me your comments and suggestions about this new feature.

Last but not least, (Still tentative)

Event Handler Caching

The framework will give the ability to cache the handlers in memory (application scope). This would give the programmer the opportunity to decide if they want handler instantiations. This now opens a brand new door for the init method of every handler. You can now have instantiation code on them. (Please see the Event Handlers Guide

ColdBox Framework: Should the fwreinit action be protected?

Posted by Luis Majano
06 Dec 2006 12:00 AM
I have had some suggestions for the fwreinit flag to be protected in order to reinitialize the application at hand. What do you think? Is this overkill? The application reinitializes, but it does not crash. It just adds some extra cycles to the request in order to clear and reinit the app.

Please send me your comments, suggestions? Should an application reinit, be password protected?

Thanks,

Luis

ColdBox Framework SVN access now available!

Posted by Luis Majano
05 Dec 2006 12:00 AM
I have been deliberating whether to open the SVN repo to anonymous access so people interested in the project can actually test new builds and ideas. Since the framework has been receiving an overwhelming response and my commitment to the project has been growing and brewing. I have decided to open SVN access to the repository. Below you will find the connection information.

CAUTION: checking out the latest builds, means using bleeding edge and probably not yet tested software, use with caution

On another note, I have been giving myself a break from the development process due to the fact of me starting new employment at ESRI. However, as I am getting into a routine now, you will start to see the development process going forward.

I forgot the access info (Ooops):

svn co http://ortus.svnrepository.com/svn/coldbox/coldbox/trunk --username nightlybuild

or via https://secure.svnrepository.com/s_lmajano/coldbox/coldbox/trunk --username nightlybuild

username: nightlybuild

pass: nightlybuild

Sorry,

Luis

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