Hal Helms: Fusebox 4 overview
Fusebox 4 with XML vastly expands the capabilities of Fusebox
leveraging the power of XML. Most of the logic and control of
application is now written in XML -- for those of you already
with FB3, this means the fbxSwitch file has been replaced with
enhanced equivalent in XML -- and your actual fuses will remain
in your language of choice. Because of the language-independent
of XML, this also means you can easily port an FB4 app from
to another simply by translating your fuses and substituting
the new set
of core files.
John Quarto-vonTivadar: "Plug it in, plug in it"
Fusebox 4 lets you modify the core file behavior via plugins.
We will look at what plugs let you do and examine some example
plugins for security and error handling. After this talk you
will be a plugin-expert ready to code and useuse and code plugins
Sandy Clark: Layouts in Fusebox 4
Layouts in Fusebox 4 offer the developer the ultimate in flexibility.
Rather than just one way to do a layout, Fusebox 4 allows us
to design our layouts in a variety of different ways, making
sure the layout is suited to the particular application. In
this session, we will be exploring using layouts at the application,
circuit and fuseaction level. We will also learn how to use
the newest part of layouts, content variables to stream content
into the layout of our choice. Also covered in this session
will be how to emulate nested layouts for those considering
converting legacy applications.
Jeff Peters: Fusedocs
Fusedocs are at the foundation of a sucessful Fusebox project.
Written in an XML format they can be cryptic to beginners but
this talk will explain all the tags in Fusedocs and show you
tools to make writing them easier. We will also look at tools
that use the XML data to improve your code.
Charlie Arehart: BlueDragon- A New Platform for Fusebox 4
Fusebox developers are often at the leading edge in considering compelling alternatives to get the job done. In that spirit, this talk will introduce the newly available support in BlueDragon for Fusebox 4. Whether you're an old hand with BlueDragon, still haven't heard of it, or have been disinclined to consider it, this talk will explain how it's been extended it to support the XML tags and functions needed for FB 4. It will also provide a more general intro to the benefits and distinctions about BlueDragon, the alternative CFML runtime engine.
Michael Smith: Real World FLiP workshop
FLiP is the Fusebox Lifecycle Process of Wireframing, Prototyping
and Signoff. What problems have you had using FLiP in your organization?
Did your boss or client avoid the process? How can resistance
to FLiP be overcome? How can you sell the process to your clients?
This workshop will address these problems that are common to
many Fuseboxers in the Real World.
Didn't get all your questions answered? Then bring them to the
FusePanel where Fusebox experts will field your questions and
Hal Helms: Intro to Mach
Fusebox is the most widely used framework for building applications
in the ColdFusion community, with versions existing for PHP
and J2EE as well. With the introduction of CFCs, ColdFusion
programmers can tap into some of the power of object oriented
programming. Mach II is an updated version of Fusebox that supports
and encourages programmers to begin making the switch to OO.
Based solely on CFMX, it uses CFCs to explore what Fusebox could
become. Although ColdFusion is clearly not an OO language and
CFCs are most certainly not true objects, there are a lot of
OO-like behaviours to CFCs that can be leveraged effectively.
Mach II shows how Fusebox and CFCs can easily work togethe
Ben Edwards: Mach
Mach-II was designed and built to support the development and
maintenance of enterprise level applications. This talk will
introduce you to Mach-II's flexible architecture, including
events, listeners, filters, invokers, and plugins. Also, we'll
see how to integrate security, Web services, and Flash into
a Mach-II applicatio
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