ColdFusionDocs now using Cairngorm

On April 19, 2009, in ColdFusion, Flex, by Anuj Gakhar

This weekend, I thought of revisiting the application which I didn’t get the time to even touch for last so many months. I thought using Cairngorm to re-write the app would be ideal as it’s the most widely used Flex framework around.

So, I went ahead and re-wrote the whole thing using Cairngorm (took me one full day) and in the process optimized/fixed the existing minor problems as well. And I also thought that, since this is a project for the community, why not release the code to the community as well. So, for those who are interested, here is the Project with the source code. And yes, project contributors are most welcome. There is loads we can do with it.

A note for those code critics : I am not a Flex guru and definitely not a Cairngorm guru. So, please keep the code critics to be postive ones please. This doesn’t mean my code is bad, it just means it “might” not be the best code around. Also remember, this is not a paid project anyways.

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5 Responses to ColdFusionDocs now using Cairngorm

  1. Just dropping a line letting you know that I appreciate – I hate live docs (slow and annoying in FF). I use it all the time.

  2. Anuj Gakhar says:

    @Todd, thanks for the compliment. You will notice some improvements in the ‘Useful URL’ section of the app now. I know it used to be dodgy before, but it should be reliable now. I think useful URLs can really add value to this project as it gives you the opportunity to look at the documentation and helpful related URLs at the same time.

  3. radekg says:

    Hi Anuj,
    Great contribution. What is the license for coldfusiondocs?

  4. Rich says:

    I also love this resource, but it would be nice to see Open BlueDragon given a tab there next to Railo.

  5. Anuj Gakhar says:

    @Radek, The license is APache 2.0 as it says on here.

    @Rich, yes, I agree, thats what my next step would be as well. We will see how it goes.

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