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More FW/1 Resources

Tags: ColdFusion | Framework One (FW/1) | Object Oriented (OO) | Presentations


Posted on March 04, 2011 by Daria | Comments (5)


After presenting my 'Simple MVC with FW/1' to the CFMeetup yesterday, a new great presentation on Framework One was released by Nathan Dintenfass.  Check it out!  It is a great introduction to the features in FW/1 that I don't get to in my beginner MVC presentation.  Good next step for really making the framework work for you.

Introduction to Framework One

If you didn't catch my presentation live, you can watch the recording here [Streaming Recording]

Finally, my presentation yesterday included some sample code for moving from pure MVC to Beans.  You can download the updated code here [zip]

 


Introduction to MVC with FW/1 presentation

Tags: ColdFusion | Framework One (FW/1) | Presentations


Posted on February 11, 2011 by Daria | Comments (4)


This is my introduction to MVC with framework one presentation from Philly CFUG on February 10th.  No OO experience required.  Sample code is available by clicking on Show Menu, then the paperclip.

[ Slides ] [ Code ]

 


Two New Speaking Opportunities

Tags: ColdFusion | Object Oriented (OO) | Presentations


Posted on January 28, 2011 by Daria | No Comments


i'm honored to be selected to speak at cf.Objective() 2011!  I've heard of cfO for many years, but this will be my first time attending as well as speaking.  Can't wait for all the great sessions and awesome networking!  For all the details, visit the web site.  I hope to see you there!

cf.Objective() 2011

My second speaking engagement will be a preview of my cf.Objective() talk at my local Philadelphia ColdFusion Users Group on February 10th at 6pm.  Check out the details at phillycfug.org.

Simple MVC with FW/1

We hear a lot about Model View Controller (MVC) and how we should use it in our applications, but how do you apply this practically in your code?  Framework One provides a simple way to use MVC without overwhelming you with features you don't know how to implement.  This presentation will show how you can take your existing spaghetti code and turn it into a robust application.

This presentation will go over the basics of MVC and why FW/1 is the perfect solution for that.  I'll then provide demo code of converting a simple CRUD spaghetti app into FW/1.  No prior knowledge of MVC or object oriented concepts is required!