Mar 28, 2011
.net Magazine - ColdFusion Object Relational Mapping
In this month's issue (May 2011 - issue 214), net magazine have opened up a brand new 16-page feature to focus more of server-side tutorials and articles, and I'm very happy to say it features my three-page tutorial, an introduction to Object Relational Mapping (ORM)...
Mar 23, 2011
Pingdom API ColdFusion Wrapper
For any who don't know, Pingdom is a service that offers web site monitoring and notification.. a pretty sweet little application, and fairly powerful from what I've seen of it so far.
It turns out that yesterday they announced the release of their API in public beta....
Mar 10, 2011
Web Designer Magazine - Build an Android Application Using Adobe Flash Builder (part two)
Following on from last month's tutorial where I introduced developing an Android application using Adobe AIR, Flash Builder and ColdFusion, the March issue (181) of Web Designer magazine continues the project...
Mar 8, 2011
Scotch on the Rocks 2011 (an insider's review)
Last week saw the momentous return of Scotch on the Rocks, Europe's longest running ColdFusion conference.
This year was a special occasion in the life of the event as it was finally returning back to it's spiritual home in Edinburgh, Scotland, having...
Mar 8, 2011
ColdFusion projects on github
I'm relatively new to the world of git.
I primarily use SVN as my method of version control. In fact, it wasn't until I sat in on Sim Bateman's presentation at the ColdFusion un-conference at MAX 2010 until I finally started to look into it. It's a nice system, incredibly powerful...
Feb 7, 2011
Web Designer Magazine - Build an Android Application Using Adobe Flash Builder
Mobile application development and the creation of apps for multi-screen formats is certainly an area of web development which is proving to be almost a necessity to learn. Clients will want not only an amazing web site, but also now (thanks to the constant release of ever-evolving smartphones and tablet...
Jan 17, 2011
The processing instruction target matching "[xX][mM][lL]" is not allowed
Whilst working on the Scotch on the Rocks 2011 site, I also created a mini-api to power the application and to allow remote access for external applications.
During testing of the XML output, I received a strange error message that I had not previously encountered:
The processing instruction target matching "[xX][mM][lL]" is...