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There are 3 item(s) tagged with the keyword "cfobjective".

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1. Bolt Talk: Why cf.Objective(2012) will rock your world with Matt Quackenbush

Matt Quackenbush of the cf.Objective(2012) steering committee joins me to talk about this premiere ColdFusion conference. This year there is great focus on js.Objective(2012) an entire track devoted Java Script, also there is still time (barely) to get in your Lightning Talk submissions. Matt explains what Lightning Talks are and why you should submit one.

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2. No nonsense RESTful ColdFusion Web Services, with Taffy - Adam Tuttle

"SOAP is a lie: It's not simple, it's not object-oriented, and it's not a protocol; all it does is give you access to things. On the other hand, REST, put simply, is everything that SOAP wishes it were. Unfortunately Macromedia bet on the wrong horse, and it's dead simple to create SOAP services in ColdFusion; but implementing REST is more painful than finding clorox wipes where the toilet paper should be. Taffy, a framework for building REST in ColdFusion, is unobtrusive, blazingly fast, and ultra-lightweight. It relies primarily on convention over configuration, and where configuration is necessary, it is kept to a minimum using code metadata. This session will explain the core concepts of REST in a way that even a total newbie can understand, and show you how to create simple CFCs that expose your data RESTfully." - Adam Tuttle

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3. Refactoring a Legacy Application to an MVC Framework - Ezra Parker


"For anyone who has ever wanted to refactor a page-based ColdFusion application that uses individual .cfm files into a model-view-controller architecture (or has been given a mandate to do so), this is the session for you! We will take an incremental approach, demonstrating how to logically break the task down into manageable steps, and using best practices for separating business logic from the presentation layer.

Model-Glue will be used as the example framework, but the principles learned can easily be applied to any of the popular ColdFusion MVC frameworks (e.g., ColdBox, Framework One, Fusebox, Mach-II). Detailed, commented code samples will be available in order to allow attendees to follow along during the session, or to use for reference afterwards." - Ezra Parker

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Tags: CFObjective, Ezra Parker, Refactor, MVC
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