Earlier in November, I commented on Sean Corfield's Blog about how I felt the both MM & Adobe had, to date, failed miserably in promoting ColdFusion as the application server of choice for web development. Sean replied with: “Rey, what… Continue Reading
With IE7 expected to be pushed down to PCs via Windows Update, the urgency to ensure that your websites work correctly under this new version has just increased ten-fold. The expectation is that this won't be a choice but that… Continue Reading
I recently read a posting on a mailing list I frequent from a person that said that: “I have a stable full time job in a corporation, so I don't really need to worry about being competitive.” This comment struck… Continue Reading
Oh my God I have struck paydirt. I came across what has to be the BIGGEST online resource of web development & technology documentation on the web. The Web Developer's Handbook is a portal of links for what appears to… Continue Reading
I've just upgraded to BlogCFC v5 beta and so far so good. Ray Camden has been a huge help in getting it running. Again, we can't thank you enough for your efforts Ray! Rey….
I'm happy to report that the IE 7 standalone solution that I mentioned in earlier post does in fact work. I can now run IE 7 without having to drop IE 6. Now, onto checking out the new features of… Continue Reading
With IE7 in full tilt beta, it makes sense to start testing out this beast to ensure compatibility going forward. Well, it seems that Microsoft's IE7 team really doesn't want you to keep IE6 around anymore since a recent update… Continue Reading