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]



Jeff Gladnick Jeff Gladnick on March 4 2011 2:48 PM

Can you post your db creation script, preferably in mysql?

Daria Daria on March 4 2011 6:21 PM

the database is the one used in the samples from the CFWACK (ColdFusion Web Application Construction Kit)

CJM CJM on March 10 2011 9:33 AM

Daria - What was the bean manager you said you used in the presentation instead of Coldspring? I am looking for something more lightweight and beginner friendly. Thanks!

Daria Daria on March 16 2011 7:01 AM

@cjm - The dependency injection framework that i use is called Lightwire. The documentation is not very good for it and it kind of assumes you already know Coldspring. As a beginner i found it to be a bit of a challenge to pick up at first, but worth it for the performance gain.

Sean Corfield, the creator of FW/1 has indicated he is working on a lightweight conventions based bean factory called DI/1, but there is no definite date when that will be available. Watch his blog for more information:

Shawn Slaughter Shawn Slaughter on September 28 2012 4:34 PM

I just started learning FW1 and I am really liking it. I watched your presentation on CF Meetup and highly enjoyed it. I recreated your app. I noticed the error regarding session lock and, I am pretty sure you already know the fix, but I'm sending the code used to correct the problem.   

<!----- added to the application.cfc ----->
<cfset this.clientmanagement = "yes">
   <cfset this.sessionmanagement ="Yes">
   <cfset this.sessiontimeout = createtimespan(1,1,0,1)>
   <cfset this.setClientCookies="Yes">

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