This year, it has become my goal to blog more regularly. For me, this always brings up the true challenge behind blogging: being interesting consistently.
I just finished building the first iteration of a website for Our Father's Project, a Christian non-profit organization in Columbus, Ohio. In this post, I'd like to tell you about the organization.
It seems that web designers are starting to standardize on list-view-switcher icons in their web applications. The following are some examples that I've noticed.
In this new screencast, I cover the DBMigrate plugin. It's a great tool to use to generate and modify your database structure using nothing but CFML.
CSS sprites are a great way of speeding up your website's load time, but there is a point where you can take it too far. Using CSS sprites for your website logo can have a negative effect for your overall marketing efforts.
Today, we're excited to release iCRM SDK, our ColdFusion wrapper for the Infusionsoft® API on GitHub. We're excited to release some code that's been very useful to Liquifusion Studios as a gift to the open source community.
Sometimes I'm just not feeling it when it comes to work. I'm sure I'm not alone, so I'm going to share a little piece of advice that has been helping me out for a few years.
There has been a wave of Internet folks bemoaning the death of RSS. They're getting it wrong. RSS is not dying exactly, and its fate is expected and appropriate.
Many times, you’ll build a form where you need to load "extra" queries for things like state and country selectors. I’ll cover 3 different approaches for CFWheels with pros and cons.
Here's a little tip to keep anyone in your organization using Google Analytics from accidentally reloading your CFWheels application in the wrong environment.
About Chris Peters
With over 20 years of experience, I help plan, execute, and optimize digital experiences.