Fusebox 5.5 to release 12/1/07 That means you have just 3 days left to download the Public Beta and take it for a test drive! Please help us make Fusebox 5.5 to be the greatest release ever of Fusebox by testing it on your app and logging any issues you find on the Bug Tracker […]
Check out the Fusebox 5.5 beta that Sean Corfield released the other week. There are two primary themes to Fusebox 5.5: 1. Simplify. Remove barriers. Make it easier for newbies. Make building applications faster by favoring convention over configuration. 2. Extend through extensibility. Provide new functionality outside the core. Add plugins, lexicons, even standardized circuits. […]
Nick has some Fusebox 101 tips at http://www.succor.co.uk/index.cfm/Fusebox-101 The first one is on XFAs, I am looking forward to more!
Sean Corfield blogged about which Fuseboxers will be at MAX and I suggest we get together there. And if you have your Got Fusebox t-shirt wear it so other Fuseboxers can find you! Whether you are a Fuseboxer or not please take our MAX and training survey to say what events and training you like. […]
I hear from Sean that about 50 people have voted in the mailing list poll and about 40 in the version number poll. If the next version is Fusebox 6, should we have a new mailing list, keep it on the Fusebox 5 list or rename the list to something more generic: http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/fusebox5/surveys?id=2198304 (current results […]
You’ve seen them – the ten minute presentations where Rails enthusiasts make a blog or some other handy application to demonstrate the versatility of the framework. Now it’s time for Fuseboxers around the world to showcase their skill and the framework they love. Put together a ten minute YouTube video and will reward the creator […]
Jeff Peters has just released Fusebox 5 and FLiP: Master-Class ColdFusion Applications available via Proton Arts . This is the book on Fusebox 5 / 5.1! Almost 500 pages covering Fusebox concepts, core files, the Fusebox Lifecycle Process, best practices and six appendices.
Based on lots of feedback about Fusebox and different versions, the Fusebox core team lead by Sean Corfield arrived at two themes for the up coming Fusebox 6 release: 1. Simplify. Remove barriers. Make it easier for newbies. Make building applications faster by favoring convention over configuration. 2. Extend through extensibility. Provide new functionality outside […]