Andrew Clarke

systems architect, internet developer, team leader

Andrew Clarke

Entries Tagged as Railo

New CFScaffold release: 201100510

May 10, 2011 · 4 Comments

I've released an updated version of CFScaffold, as well as updated examples at http://www.clarke.ca/cfscaffold/examples.

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4 CommentsTags: CFScaffold · ColdFusion · Hibernate · ORM · Railo

Introducing Bullhive

April 28, 2011 · No Comments

Bullhive is live!  Live in closed beta, that is.  Bullhive leases cloud-based computers to traders for financial modelling.  https://bullhive.com

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No CommentsTags: Amazon AWS · Bullhive · Railo · Route 53

CFScaffold: Zero-config ORM CRUD Scaffolding for CFML

January 04, 2011 · 4 Comments

CFScaffold is a drop-in, zero configuration CRUD/scaffolding tool for CFML.  It reads the metadata in your ORM objects and uses this information to create list/create/read/update/delete capability for all of your objects.  CFScaffold is available as a free open source download.

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4 CommentsTags: CFScaffold · ColdFusion · Hibernate · ORM · Railo

Amazon AWS Route 53 ColdFusion components

December 07, 2010 · 3 Comments

I've made some ColdFusion components that will allow you to access Amazon's Route 53 DNS application.

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3 CommentsTags: Amazon AWS · ColdFusion · Railo · Route 53

Railo seminars in Canada

November 15, 2010 · No Comments

Are you interested in learning more about Railo?  This summer I met with Gert and Micha, Railo's CEO and lead developer, to discuss how I could help get more Canadians interested in Railo.  Gert mentioned that they'd love to come to Canada to give some informational and/or training seminars after they're done the cf.Objective() conference next April.

Are you a developer, IT manager, or business owner who uses ColdFusion?  Are you a member of a user group that would like to host a presentation on Railo?  This is a great opportunity to learn about a great product, right from the source.  Presentations are free, so you're not committing to buy or pay anything.  Railo does offer paid training as well which is also always available.  A great time to arrange this would be when the team is "in the neighbourhood" anyway.

If any of this sounds interesting to you, please drop me a line.  I'm helping out by co-ordinating any events in Canada.  You can of course also contact Railo directly.  If you do this, please do me a favour and let them know you heard about this from Andrew Clarke.

Thanks for reading, and hopefully I'll see you in April!

 

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Six reasons to use Railo

November 15, 2010 · 2 Comments

Railo is an open source CFML engine.  It's mostly compatible with Adobe ColdFusion 9, and has a few tricks of its own that even Adobe ColdFusion can't match.  I've migrated a couple clients to Railo, and have been very impressed with its capabilities.  If you're interested in learning how your business might benefit from adopting Railo, please let me know.

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2 CommentsTags: ColdFusion · Railo