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CFML Coding Guidelines Formatter

Posted by Luis Majano
30 Oct 2013 04:10 PM

Thanks to the comments in our coding guidelines post we have added a ColdFusion Builder formatter.  Just go to Eclipse Preferences > ColdFusion > Profiles > Formatter and click on the Import button.  You can download our formatter from here: http://ortus-public.s3.amazonaws.com/ortus-formatter.xml

The Ortus coding guidelines can be found here http://wiki.coldbox.org/wiki/DevelopmentBestPractices.cfm.  This includes several CFML and ColdBox guidelines to help with projects.

 

CFML Coding Guidelines

Posted by Luis Majano
27 Oct 2013 09:42 PM

I just wanted to share the Ortus coding guidelines with the rest of the community.  We have updated our coding guidelines document in our wiki: http://wiki.coldbox.org/wiki/DevelopmentBestPractices.cfm.  This includes several CFML and ColdBox guidelines to help with projects.  Would love any feedback.

Update: October 30, 2013

Thanks to the comments below we have added a ColdFusion Builder formatter.  Just go to Eclipse Preferences > ColdFusion > Profiles > Formatter and click on the Import button.  You can download our formatter form here: http://ortus-public.s3.amazonaws.com/ortus-formatter.xml

Getting started with WireBox Dependency Injection

Posted by Luis Majano
09 Oct 2013 02:26 PM

If you ever wanted to check out WireBox for dependency injection in your ColdFusion applications, you can check out the release of the Ortus WireBox RefCard.  A great way to start and get a 20,000 foot view of the framework.

Human JavaScript by Henrik Joreteg

Posted by Luis Majano
09 Oct 2013 11:03 AM

I just wanted to mention a book that my friend Henrik Joreteg has now released: Human JavaScript - Practical patterns for simple but powerful JavaScript apps.  I used to work with Henrik at ESRI and had the opportunity to share with him for a long time..  He is an awesome dude, incredibly smart and we called him the "Vikingo" due to his Viking roots.  Best of all, he knows his JavaScript.  This book is tremendous for both newbies and gurus alike.  I hope you like the book as much as I did.  Here is his awesome intro video:

 

 

 

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