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August 04, 2010

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Another video we have just added to the vimeo ColdBox Platform channel.  Here is our presentation at CFUnited2010 about building mobile applications such as iPhone or Android native applications by powering them with ColdFusion/ColdBox RESTful services.  Enjoy!

ColdFusion powered iPhone Applications from Luis Majano on Vimeo.

Showcasing the power of ColdFusion and the ColdBox Platform to build RESTful services to power mobile applications like iPhone.



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Aug 24, 2010 08:44:15 UTC

by Elias

Hi Luis, I will like to know if there's a way to get the base code for the presentation above? I'm trying to develop an API with Coldbox and I will like to follow the practices presented here.

Aug 24, 2010 11:08:03 UTC

by Luis Majano

Yes, here http://github.com/ColdBox/coldbox-demos

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