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5-Minute CRUD with ColdFusion, LiveCycle and ColdFusion

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I finally got a good recording of my presentation on 5-Minute CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) on Breeze! This demo was doomed, for some odd reason, as every other time I was plagued with bad audio, messed up recordings, or demos that didn’t work right.

I gave a presentation to the ColdFusion Online Meetup Group that Charlie Arehart runs this last Thursday.  I normally do this preso in two hours, so I became kinda rushed at the end, but the main concepts and demos still were there.  Enjoy!

Link : Online Recording

Downloads : ZIP File

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4 responses to “5-Minute CRUD with ColdFusion, LiveCycle and ColdFusion

  1. charlie arehart June 9, 2008 at 5:45 pm

    Hey Nick, it was great to have you.

    In case anyone might misread your entry here, when you say, “This demo was doomed, for some odd reason, as every other time…”, you’re meaning to say that the talk (as you’ve tried to give it in the past) has been doomed, but that all those issues were NOT a problem this time, right?

    Too bad you may have felt rushed in the end. If you ever wanted to do a part 2, to spread out the compressed parts from the end, I’d always welcome it. I’ll let you decide if that makes sense, and will understand if you think its ok as is.

    If you decide perhaps in the future to do it again on your own and record the full 2 hours, then of course we could add that to the UGTV repository (carehart.org/ugtv/). Thanks again for coming on.

  2. Chris December 13, 2008 at 5:55 pm

    Can you use BlazeDS instead of Livecycle?

  3. quetwo December 13, 2008 at 6:01 pm

    @Chris: For this particular example, you need to use LCDS (Express edition, which is FREE will work). The one component that they did not open-source from LCDS into BlazeDS was the Data Management part. Data Management is the secret-sauce that we used for this particular example.

    Coming soon in Flex 4 (Gumbo) will be a client-side data management piece that will allow you to do the same thing without LCDS.

  4. Chris December 13, 2008 at 6:38 pm

    That’s great news! Thanks Nick! My New Year’s Resolution is to come to the CFUG and Flex Group meetings!

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