So, as a rule, I refuse to answer questions about ColdFusion UI tags. I definitely blogged about them in the past, but like others, I've come to realize that they cause more problems then they solve. To quote the great one...
Editor access is restricted (but can be requested) and is not limited to just Adobians (as Adam points out in his blog post). Check it out now!
Just a quick tip here (and thanks to multiple folks on Twitter for guiding me to this) that I hope is helpful. I'm working on a web page that is pretty complex and has a series of scripts that are being loaded that I have no (direct) control over. My task was rather simple - given a link of a certain class - make note of the click event and do something before allowing the link to carry on as normal. This worked fine until this week. This is how I diagnosed the issue.
Last week I blogged about the release of Snap.svg, a new library for modern browsers to simplify the creation, usage, and animation of SVG assets. Over the past few days I've worked on a new demo of Snap.svg that I'd like to share with you.
I'm sitting in my hotel room catching up on emails before I leave to find a taxi for the airport. I thought it would be a great time to write up my thoughts on the 2013 ColdFusion Summit. I don't think I have to explain this, but just to be 100% sure, I work for Adobe, so it probably isn't fair for me to review a conference we put on. If that bothers you, well, stop reading now, but if you want my perspective anyway, please read on.
Attached to this blog entry is the zip of my slides and demos from my Solr presentation at the CF Summit.
I cut my teeth as a web developer building dynamic web sites, but more and more lately I'm finding that I don't need to do as much on the server. In fact, in some cases I don't need a back end server at all. Today I decided to take a stab at converting a dynamic web site to static using the Harp framework.
Just a quick note to announce the second part of my IndexedDB series has been released at NetTuts: Working with IndexedDB - Part 2. You can (and should) read the first part here. I had hoped to finish the series with just two parts, but I really felt like it made sense to break it up into three. IndexedDB is a fairly complex topic and I'm trying my best to make it simpler to understand. Definitely let me know what you think!