Coming attraction: ConfigBeans in depth

Model-Glue's ConfigBeans are a great way to seperate your application configuration from both your code and your framework config (ModelGlue.xml). There's been a few questions about how to fully utilize them, so I'm writing a fair-sized blog entry on the topic over the next day or so. If you have any questions about them, now's a good time to comment!

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Model-Glue: 0.8.00 Release

Model-Glue 0.8 is here, with a few feature, a new distribution structure, and random other goodness. We now have public/private event-handlers, Dave Carabetta was kind enough to undo my Pascal Casing throughout the "application" code (thanks Dave!), and the samples / application template have moved into their own directories instead of being under /ModelGlue. If you're reading this at cl...

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Model-Glue: Zero Whitespace

A few people have e-mailed me with whitespace concerns in Model-Glue. Some of the CFCs in the current distribution didn't have output="false" applied, and the framework's ModelGlue.cfm file produced some noise. If you're reading this at clearsoftware.net, head to http://www.model-glue.com to download Model-Glue. Like exception handling, white...

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ModelGlue Listserv

I've set up a mailing list for ModelGlue at Topica. If you're looking for information on ModelGlue or for help, it'd be a good place to post a message - my inbox gets a little cramped ;). You can subscribe at http://lists.topica.com/lists/modelglue/. Note on subscribing: When topica locks you in...

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Model-Glue: Big Update Coming

Debug/framework trace, default exception handling, cross-platform compatibility, and an overhaul of some internals. If you're reading this at clearsoftware.net, head to http://www.model-glue.com to download Model-Glue. If there's anything you'd like to see changed about the framework, now's a good time to comment. Some details: * A n...

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Model-Glue + BlueDragon 6.2

Model-Glue now runs on .NET via BlueDragon 6.2 for the Microsoft .NET framework. I've gotten all of the examples to run, and taking a few potshots at the framework, without breaking. If you're reading this at clearsoftware.net, head to http://www.model-glue.com to download Model-Glue. There were only a few tweaks to be made: * In Macromed...

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Quickstart Docs for Model-Glue Framework Released

I was serious when I said documentation was coming soon! The Quickstart guide is designed to introduce you to Model-Glue in a hurry, and get you writing productive applications quickly. If you're reading this at clearsoftware.net, head on over to http://www.model-glue.com and download the latest version to get the docs (and a bug fix or two).

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Using ConfigBeans / IoC in Model-Glue

Model-Glue makes it very easy to insert configuration information at runtime through XML. By using the ChiliBeans utility I've written, you can store configuration information for your application outside of the ModelGlue.xml file, which should be reserved for "glueing" your Model, View, and Controller together. If you're reading this at clearsoftware instead of model-glue.com, you can fin...

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Model-Glue, Mach-II, and Fusebox

Is Model-Glue intended to compete with Mach-II or Fusebox? Well, it could, but only if you want it to. I wrote it to learn how to implement MVC and II in ColdFusion, and I and a few others started liking it. Download and Learn More about Model-Glue. I've released it under the LGPL so that others can use it and modify it. In a few weeks, I'll begin a...

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Model-Glue: My take on the MVC pattern

Model-Glue is an MVC framework for ColdFusion that, similar to Mach-II, takes an II (implicit invocation) approach. It's designed to be a bit less intimidating than Mach-II, but not lose power. Download at http://www.model-glue.com/downloads.cfm. Some highlights:

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