Entries Tagged as 'MAX2011'

Show #117 - MAX Recap and Mobile

Mobile , MAX2011 No Comments »

In this show we take a look back at MAX.  We talk about some of the things we enjoyed or were involved in.  We talk about the show we recorded at MAX as well as the conversation we had with Adam Lehman.  We also talk about the next dose of black magic we witnessed by the Photoshop people.  Dave also talks about his presentation failure and what kind of went wrong.  

We then go off to talk about doing mobile development with Dreamweaver and how we have transitioned to doing it with ColdFusion Builder.  We talk about the Android and plugins that can be added to ColdFusion Builder to enable it to deploy Android applications.  We then talk about the PhoneGap plugins that we just found out about.  We also discuss the example application that Raymond Camden made with one of them.

We then talk about the developer release of Sencha Touch 2 and discuss out feelings on that.  We also talk about Titanium and what it brings to the table.

We also talk about the fact that we need a producer.  So, if interested contact us and we can discuss.



Show #116 - Fire, ORM and MAX

ColdFusion , MAX2011 3 Comments »

In today's show we discuss the announcement from Amazon regarding the new Kindle Fire tablet.  We also discuss their new cloud web browsing technology called Amazon Silk.  Once we get past that we then talk about ORM and how it can make your live easy and hard at the same time.  We then discuss how Dave discovered that CFHTTP can automatically generate a query object from a csv file.  We then discuss the upcoming MAX conference and what we are looking forward to there.  After that we wrap it up with a little Q/A.


Show #102 - E3, WWDC, MAX, Zeus, and Hash

ColdFusion , MAX2011 No Comments »

In this show we discuss the next version of ColdFusion named Zeus.  We also discuss Adobe Max Conference and the awesome ColdFusion Unconference at MAX. We also discuss the announcements at the WWDC from Apple and some of happenings from E3.  Dave explains in more detail is blog post from earlier this week on hash navigation and cflocation.


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