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Grant Copley December 06, 2022

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Grant Copley

December 06, 2022

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Constructing reactive, modern CFML applications is a breeze with our module CBWIRE. To make sure users can take advantage of the features we've added to CBWIRE, I have created an examples repository that includes Getting Started, Forms, Template Directives, Advanced, and Alpine sections.

Each of these sections provides an example that is broken down into Result, View/Layout, Component, and Template sections.

The Result section gives users the opportunity to interact with the example, while the View/Layout section demonstrates how the component can be integrated into ColdBox views or layouts. The Component portion enables users to view the internal workings of the component, including data properties, computed properties, and actions. Finally, the Template section showcases the HTML that makes up the component's UI.

Pro tip

To get a better understanding of CBWIRE and its AJAX requests, users can use their browser's developer tools to inspect the Network tab. Here you can see the incoming and outgoing payloads that CBWIRE generates behind the scenes.

Summary

I hope that this examples repository helps users get the most out of CBWIRE and its features. If you have any recommendations for how we can improve the examples or CBWIRE itself, please direct them to me at https://twitter.com/grantcopley.

CBWIRE examples can be found at https://github.com/grantcopley/cbwire-examples.

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