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Curt Gratz

December 02, 2010

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This is a brief tutorial on how to use custom interception points in ColdBox.  It shows what I think is a nice use case and hopefully will inspire you get your own creative juices flowing.

ColdBox Custom Interception Points - How To from Curt Gratz on Vimeo.

Again, think outside the box, be creative, and let your development flow.  I would love to hear other creative ways ColdBox users are using custom interception points, so if you use them and can share, leave a comment.

If you having trouble viewing the code on the embedded version, click the HD link and it will be much clearer.

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Dec 04, 2010 14:18:52 UTC

by Luis Majano

WOW! THanks Curt, this video tutorial is amazing, got my creative juices flowing!!

Dec 10, 2010 01:11:00 UTC

by chenjiayuan

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