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Scotch on the Rocks, day 2 (live)

Borre Wessel, Modularizing Flex, Cairngorm & Modules
adds complexity - do you have a good reason i.e. large, slow to start applicataion, is code easy to share cross project (i.e. a well written component)
main application (in applicationDomain hierarchy) needs to have ref to any class shared across module
rsl (non-framework) actualy make your app bigger, but are stored in the browser cache, so if your next app needs same one that will be faster to start

Scotch on the Rocks, day 1 (live)

Key note
Cf8 and beyond
Cf8 'doing very well' no more 8.releases
Cf open proc. Initive, open bugs, hurrah. More open to community, share control of new features etc. Built in frameworks, etc.
Claude englebert is emea cf adobe contact, one at last.
'cool' air/flex intergration, number 1 item is improved developer experince. Ide straw poll, eclipse massive win.
CF isnt just web apps anymore, your code hooks to Flex, AIR, PDF etc now.
Lcds bundeled with cf8, much easier then cf7 horror.

Deploying Railo on Tomcat 6 with Apache front end on Linux

Four easy steps to get the free Railo CFML engine up and running as a J2EE app and linked to a front end Apache.
We'll pretend your application lives in /parth/to/dir/above/web/root/webrootdir this is the DocumentRoot of your Apache and the root (default) context of Tomcat. 

1. Download Tomcat 6 from the nice folks at Apache and install it.
Configure a new Host entry in it's server.xml for your new Apache web root.


Nearly time for a Scotch

It's nearly time to go back 'up north' for the ColdFusion confusion - Scotch on the Rocks, and Fusion Authority has an excellent interview with organiser Kev McCave.

I'm looking forward to going again more and more as time goes past, and have started marking up the agenda - sometimes choosing a track is hard !

Hope to see you all there in two-ish weeks !

Building ColdFusion services with ColdSpring and Reactor, part 5

If you're already familiar with AOP, or you've just finished the interlude reading, you will understand the way we can use ColdSpring to create a 'remote proxy' (or 'remote facade') that can act as the Service layer for a Manager. You've also maybe thought that this also allows cross-cutting concerns of the Service layer such as object type conversion and security to be cleanly addressed in a reusable way. These remote proxies use ColdSpring's RemoteFactoryBean class.



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