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What do You think about ColdBox?

Luis Majano October 15, 2008

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Luis Majano

October 15, 2008

Spread the word


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I know this is late, but I have been swamped at work, so things have been slow.
Sean Corfield has blogged about ColdBox, over at http://corfield.org/blog/index.cfm/do/blog.entry/entry/ColdBox and does a mini-review on it. He also asks ColdBox users to give their opinions on why they chose Coldbox? Why they like it? etc? Some people have already made their comments. So if you still have not commented, please head over there and submit your comments. Thanks. Luis

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Apr 18, 2007 00:35:18 UTC

by Sean Corfield

I wouldn't grace my blog post with the epithet of "mini-review" - I haven't looked at ColdBox in enough detail to review it! It's clear that some of ColdBox's users love it tho' so at some point I have to download it and try it out... I *am* impressed by the documentation you've created!

Apr 18, 2007 11:06:17 UTC

by John Allen

Sean has once again turned me on to one of the coolest things Ive seen in a LONG time. THANKS SEAN! Mr Manajo, After one night of reading your awesome documentation, and one night of messing around, I think I can safely say that ColdBox is one of the BADDEST, SLICKEST, SUPER DUPER COOLEST things I have ever seen. And your source code examples need to be released by themselves as good, clean, very understandable examples of CFML OO. You my man, are a smart dude! If anyone has a scratch to check out a framework...... This one is SILLY GREAT. I can't find it now, but i think in one of the articles Mr. Manajo lets us in on a little secret: he has bee programming since he was borne. Ummmmmm... seems like it. ColdBox feels like it was make by someone who intuitively knows what a developer wants. Thanks for you being on planet earth.

Apr 18, 2007 11:07:56 UTC

by Luis Majano

Jeje! Mini-Review changed to Mentioned: Thanks for your comment Sean! Hope you like it and let me know if you need anything. Well, I am on IRC, so you can reach me there.

Apr 18, 2007 11:09:37 UTC

by Luis Majano

WOW!! Thanks John for your comments. I am glad you are liking ColdBox. Luis

Apr 18, 2007 11:14:37 UTC

by John Allen

Dude, are you reading the comments at Seans blog? I think you are sitting on the best kept secret, and secret no more THANK GOODNESS, in CFLand. It is simple, it is powerful, it is my new BFF! Thanks again for being on the earth!

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