I ran across a contest on podcacher.com They’re giving away a GPSr! More specifically, they’re giving away a Garmin GPSMAP … Continue reading Win a GPSr!? I’d love to!
I never remember to use my camera flash when taking photos during the daytime. Watch Sonny from Pocket Lenses shows … Continue reading Using Camera Flash In Daylight
A colleague came to me today trying to get the DataTables jQuery plugin working on a web page. The instructions … Continue reading Getting Started with DataTables
Over the last year, I have switched to hammock camping. I no longer carry a tent. On the weekend of … Continue reading Hammock Camping – Spring 2013
I ran across a thread on the CFWheels Google Group where someone was having problems with setting a session timeout. … Continue reading Setting SessionTimeout in CF9 and CF10
I’ve been attending a whole host of ColdFusion 10 Developer Week 2012 sessions this week, and got inspired to upgrade my development machine to run ColdFusion 10. I had previously been running CF9 (developer) and MAMP Pro 2.0.5. These instructions will allow you to remove CF9 and install CF10. Installing and configuring MAMP Pro is up to you.
Update: Added a note near the end of the instructions. Basically, make sure you edit the httpd.conf file in MAMP Pro or the changes may be overwritten.
Here’s the process I used to get everything setup and working properly: Continue reading “Installing ColdFusion 10 under MAMP Pro 2 on OS X Lion”
In a previous post, I had written an example of combining two RSS feeds into one. At some point, I … Continue reading Combining Two RSS Feeds in CFScript
Parks Canada emailed me today in regards to the Glacier Walk proposal in Jasper National Park. They provided several pieces … Continue reading Parks Canada’s Glacier Walk Proposal
Here’s a method to get a JSON feed with jQuery (version 1.7.1 at time of writing). This may work in … Continue reading jQuery AJAX request for a JSON WordPress feed
Here’s a method to get an JSON feed with ColdFusion. This will work in ColdFusion 7 and later. This is … Continue reading ColdFusion Proxy to avoid Cross-Site Scripting