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SES interceptor update for ColdBox 2.5.1

Luis Majano |  October 15, 2008

Matt Quackenbush submitted this unusual behavior a few days ago and I was finally able to reproduce and fix today. Here is his excerpt:

If I browse to http://localhost/myApp/index.cfm/main/dspHome (or any other explicitly-called event), everything is good to go. However, if I browse to http://localhost/myApp/ or http://localhost/myApp/index.cfm, an exception is thrown that says: The event handler: index.cfm.dspHome is not valid registered event.
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ColdBox Interceptors Guide updated: Dependency Injection & LifeCycle

Luis Majano |  October 15, 2008

The ColdBox interceptors guide has been updated with some new cool approaches on how to deal with interceptor dependencies and their life cycles. You can see how they get created and configured so you don't go in loops to know the actual process. The injection of dependencies is also demonstrated when using an IoC framework like ColdSpring/Lightwire and even when you are not.

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Speaking at CFUNITED 2008

Luis Majano |  October 15, 2008

I will be speaking at CFUNITED 2008 this year in Washington, DC. I am super excited since I have never been to a CFUNITED conference. So it will be a first experience speaking and attending. My topic will be on ColdBox of course. So if you haven't registered for this conference, then do so now!!

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CF.Objective ColdBox Hands On, Need your Input!!

Luis Majano |  October 15, 2008

I am super excited to be able to be part of CF.Objective this year. I attended last year and it was an incredible conference. If you have not registered for it, please do. Now, I need your input on what exactly to show on the hands on session. Below is my outline of what I would like to show. However, if you have a specific idea on the topics below, please comment.

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ColdBox 2.5.2 update coming : autowire delight!!

Luis Majano |  October 15, 2008

For those of you interested in downloading the daily build, I have let
the cat out of the bag today, in which we will have version 2.5.2 in the next coming weeks.

Why the update if we are on schedule for 2.6? Well, these features where left out of 2.5 until I was sure they where ok and now they are.

So what does the update include:

1. Two new interception points: afterHandlerCreation, afterPl...

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SSL Interceptor by Ernst van der Linden

Luis Majano |  October 15, 2008

Ernst has just posted his code for an ssl interceptor he just created. It looks awesome so take a look for yourself.

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SSL Interceptor does specific events now, great stuff Ernst

Luis Majano |  October 15, 2008

Ernst has been busy and has updated his SSL Interceptor to do specific events and even pattern matching for events. So check his article out, truly nice work!!

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Russ Johnson on ColdBox Viewlets!!

Luis Majano |  October 15, 2008

Russ Johnson, of Team ColdBox, has written a pretty nifty tutorial on ColdBox Viewlets. From the docs:

A viewlet to me is a self sufficient view. A view that can live on its own, its data is pre-fetched and can just be renderer as is. What in the worl...
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Spry and ColdBox, what a great combination!

Luis Majano |  October 15, 2008

Ernst van der Linden has just finalized his Spry Plugin for ColdBox and it totally rocks. It really simplifies the usage of Spry within any ColdBox application. Not only that, but he has compiled an incredible demo application that...

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ColdBox 2.5.2 and New Official ColdBox Website Released Today!

Luis Majano |  October 15, 2008

ColdBox 2.5.2 is now available! This is an important update that will fix several bugs and some new updates. Also, not only is the new version out, but the new Official ColdBox Website. It has a spanking new look and its full of information for all users. There are several announcements on it, as well as the starting point of turning ColdBox into a Professional Open Source Project. So 2008 will sure be an interesting year for ColdBox, so stay tuned as the website gathers momentum and the next versions are already in the works.

As a sidenote, the entire new website is based on the following technologies that ColdBox recommends as a base for all web development projects:

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