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ColdBox API Docs available for download

Luis Majano February 06, 2009

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Luis Majano

February 06, 2009

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Just a quick note that now the ColdBox API docs are also available for download thanks to Mark Mandel's ColdDocs project.

The download is a zip file containing the Platform's CFC API documentation in HTML format.  You can download the Docs from the downloads release page or from the documentation site.

Happy Coding!!

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Feb 10, 2009 18:30:04 UTC

by Andrew

I am am a long time CF developer but new to ColdBox. I love what I see so far! One thing that appeals to me greatly - and I know this is one of your strong points - is the documentation. However, one thing that I don't see... or would sure like to see... is a way to print to a hard copy. I am old fashioned and love a hard-bound reference. I see the ability to print to PDF on a per page basis on many of the docs, but that is tedious - and - the generated PDFs cut off a lot of the code (I believe you need a new print style sheet)

Feb 10, 2009 18:33:03 UTC

by Luis Majano

Hi Andrew, Thank you for your comments. I have been composing the hard copy for a while now and hopefully I can have the books ready this year. So you will be able to get a hard copy or even a pdf download of the entire docs. So it is all in the works :)

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