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Welcome to my blog.

I am a ColdFusion developer living in beautiful Greensboro, NC.  In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family and working on open-sourced projects.  I believe one should learn something new every day so I spend quite a bit of time learning new techniques and experimenting with new technologies.

  1. CFPOP parsing…..Ugh.
    You mentioned in a post on Ben Nadels site that you had fun working with a way to parse HTML pages from cfpop. Can you shed some light on this for me? I am crippled by this right now.
    Thanks!

    JH

  2. It has been quite some time since I have worked on that project. Anything in particular causing you grief? I am more than happy to help out a fellow CF’er.

  3. just an odd question… if you have a cf server running, why did you write the chat demo, mostly in jQuery ? Wouldn’t it have been lots less lines of code in CF ?

    just wondering…

    paul

    • ColdFusion works great for a lot of things, but a chat application works best client side. It still uses ColdFusion to post data to the server and retrieve the messages from the server, but AJAX/jQuery is the glue that bridges the gap from the server to the client.

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