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How to Configure Apache to GZip Your Components
Compressing your Web components will help speed up your Website. The majority of your visitors will benefit as most all Web browsers support GZip compression. You’ll want to compress all text, which includes HTML, CSS, JavaScript, XML, JSON, etc. Read more – ‘How to Configure Apache to GZip Your Components’.
Using the MooTools Autocompleter Plugin with ColdFusion
In a previous post, I demonstrated how to implement Dylan Verheul’s jQuery Autocomplete plugin. Not content with demonstrating one library's plugin, it is now the turn of Mootools. Read more – ‘Using the MooTools Autocompleter Plugin with ColdFusion’.
Parsing Twitter Usernames, Hashtags and URLs with JavaScript
As part of an AIR project that I have been working on with my good friend Rob, we came across the need to parse a number of URLs within the text of a Twitter post. This may not sound too easy at first, but thanks to the prototype property available on JavaScript objects, our task was a relatively simple one. Read more – ‘Parsing Twitter Usernames, Hashtags and URLs with JavaScript’.
A Minor Rant About The ColdFusion 8 Developer Exam
The Adobe ColdFusion 8 Developer Exam arrived earlier this year and it is about time I took it. But like Ben Nadel, the exam scares me! Why? Because there is so much more to know. With the introduction of new AJAX tags, native JSON support, .NET integration, image manipulation, threading, interfaces, not to mention full PDF integration, the presentation builder and across the board enhancements, there are a lot of new things to know. Read more – ‘A Minor Rant About The ColdFusion 8 Developer Exam’.
Anatomy of the Application.cfc in ColdFusion 8
With the release of ColdFusion MX 7 came the introduction of the Application.cfc ColdFusion component. This component replaced the traditional Application.cfm and OnRequestEnd.cfm ColdFusion application templates. Furthermore, if Application.cfc is present, both of these templates are ignored by the application. In addition to replacing the Application.cfm, the Application.cfc introduced a number of built in methods that handle specific events. These events, as discussed in detail below, allow for a greater control over events within the application. Read more – ‘Anatomy of the Application.cfc in ColdFusion 8’.
Why Silverlight? Microsoft Explains…
Silverlight aims to compete with Adobe Flash and the presentation components of Ajax. It also competes with Sun Microsystems' JavaFX, which was launched a few days after Silverlight. Read more – ‘Why Silverlight? Microsoft Explains…’.
Coldfusion AJAX Frameworks
Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. It's a whole new way of looking at the web where HTML page makes asynchronous calls to the server using JavaScript and loads the data in bits and pieces as needed. Ajax is not a new technology. It’s a new developing approach, based on the following existing technologies: XHTML, CSS, DOM, XML, XSLT and XMLHttpRequest. Read more – ‘Coldfusion AJAX Frameworks’.