Category: Adobe ColdFusion

Adobe Evangelists Super Blog

May 25, 2011 | By | Add a Comment

There’s a lot going on at Adobe these days – mobile, publishing, enterprise, etc. It’s hard to keep up! One of the best sources of information is the multiple evangelists throughout the company. To make it easier to stay current, we created a “super blog” that basically aggregates the evangelist’s blogs. Check it out at […]

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Adding real-time data visualization to your ColdFusion apps

September 8, 2010 | By | 1 Comment

One of my favorite things to do with Adobe Flex is build applications that  show real-time data. In this blog post, I will share what I’ve learned in the past few months about using ColdFusion as a source of real-time data and Flex combined with Google Maps API for Flash as a means of visualizing […]

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CFUnited Session: Building Multiplayer games on the Flash Platform with ColdFusion, Flex and Data Services

July 26, 2010 | By | 4 Comments

On Thursday, I’m presenting a session at CFUnited titled, “Building Multi-Player games on the Flash Platform with ColdFusion, Flex and Data Services“.   As you can see, I’m trying to do something a bit more fun than my usual topics!   Yes, I’m talking about ColdFusion powering a multiplayer game!  Over the past 18 months, […]

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CFUnited Session: Adding real-time data visualization to your application or website

July 26, 2010 | By | 10 Comments

On Friday, I’m presenting a session at CFUnited titled, “Adding real-time data visualization to your application or website“.   In this session, I’m going to demonstrate how to take data from your web site or application and turn it into a real-time data feed that can be used to feed a dashboard that will impress […]

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Tour de ColdFusion Beta Launched!

June 24, 2010 | By | 2 Comments

We have FINALLY launched Tour de ColdFusion! We are still filling in a few gaps and testing, so we consider it a beta, but it’s ready for you to dive in. Tour de ColdFusion is a desktop application built on Adobe AIR that provides quick access to hundreds of ColdFusion code samples.   Live running […]

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Scaling an Adobe AIR application to fit multiple resolutions and Netbooks

May 6, 2010 | By | 10 Comments

A few months ago, I blogged about a little side project I’m involved in called ChessJam, an online live chess application built with Flex that runs as a desktop application on Adobe AIR.  A few weeks ago, we had some users complain that ChessJam was basically unusable on Netbooks.  Further investigation confirmed that we had […]

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Tampa Bay Adobe Developer Event this Thursday

January 18, 2010 | By | 2 Comments

James Ward and Christophe Coenraets are in Tampa this week working with me on some big plans for 2010 and we thought it would be great to put together an informal event for the local Tampa bay developer community: When:  Thursday, Jan 21 6:30pm-8:30pm Location:  Taverna Opa Tampa – Channelside – next to Splitsville – […]

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LCDS 2.5 RTMP mx:Consumer not able to resubscribe after disconnect (ColdFusion 8)

January 15, 2010 | By | 7 Comments

This post does not apply to most readers but just in case someone else runs into this bug, they will find some answers in this post and avoid wasting a lot of time hunting in search engines as I did. If you don’t run ColdFusion 8 and/or LCDS 2.5.1 using RTMP messaging, it doesn’t apply […]

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Blending HTML and local content in an Adobe AIR app

December 14, 2009 | By | 2 Comments

I was recently able to take advantage of Adobe AIR’s HTML capabilities to blend server-fed HTML/JS content with rich local SWF/JPG/PNG content using a simple technique that I thought worthy of blogging. I recently blogged about a project that I’ve been involved with called ChessJam, an AIR app for playing online chess.  We recently added […]

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