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  • .Net #221

    .Net #221

    Three-page tutorial. Manage multiple Twitter accounts through OAuth in ColdFusion using monkehTweet, the open-source ColdFusion Twitter API wrapper.

    October 17, 2011

    Three-page tutorial. Manage multiple Twitter accounts through OAuth in ColdFusion using monkehTweet, the open-source ColdFusion Twitter API wrapper.

  • .Net  #218

    .Net #218

    Help protect your ColdFusion applications against XSS attacks. An introduction to the enhanced security methods available in the OWASP Enterprise Security API, available as a standalone library and in a ColdFusion 9 security patch update.

    July 19, 2011

    Help protect your ColdFusion applications against XSS attacks. An introduction to the enhanced security methods available in the OWASP Enterprise Security API, available as a standalone library and in a ColdFusion 9 security patch update.

  • .Net #214

    .Net #214

    Save time coding! Object Relational Mapping can take care of the hard work of mapping objects to database tables. An introduction to Object Relational Mapping (ORM) in ColdFusion 9.

    March 28, 2011

    Save time coding! Object Relational Mapping can take care of the hard work of mapping objects to database tables. An introduction to Object Relational Mapping (ORM) in ColdFusion 9.

  • .Net #195

    .Net #195

    ColdFusion as a Service – use Adobe ColdFusion to power an AIR desktop application with drag and drop, image manipulation and email capabilities.

    November 13, 2009

    ColdFusion as a Service – use Adobe ColdFusion to power an AIR desktop application with drag and drop, image manipulation and email capabilities.