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Using Kendo UI Windows to Implement Multi-Step Web Interfaces
Using Kendo UI Windows to Implement Multi-Step Web Interfaces
Gregory's Blog
In this article, I will show you how to use the Kendo Window to create sophisticated multi-step interfaces.
Lighthouse Scores of Blog Sites Driven by ColdFusion
Lighthouse Scores of Blog Sites Driven by ColdFusion
Gregory's Blog
According to DebugBear.com, the industry-standard lighthouse scores for major blog platforms like WordPress and Wix are disappointing. In this article, we will analyze popular ColdFusion Blog sites and see how they compare....
Building Image Sliders with Stunning Transitions Using Swiper
Building Image Sliders with Stunning Transitions Using Swiper
Gregory's Blog
In this article, I will show you how to implement sliders and carousels with stunning transition effects using Swiper. We will also discuss some of the benefits and drawbacks of carousels and when it is best to use them.  Finally, we will incorporate uploading the carousel images using Uppy wit...
Creating Image Galleries with FancyBox
Creating Image Galleries with FancyBox
Gregory's Blog
Image Galleries can be an effective way to tell a story in a visually appealing way. In this article, I will show you how to use FancyBox to create web-based galleries....
Ensuring Sequential Uppy Uploads Using the Bundled XHR Option
Ensuring Sequential Uppy Uploads Using the Bundled XHR Option
Gregory's Blog
We will discuss how to force Uppy to upload images sequentially using Uppy's Bundled setting with XHR uploads
Implementing Client Side File Uploading with Uppy
Implementing Client Side File Uploading with Uppy
Gregory's Blog
In this article, I will show you how to integrate Uppy, a popular open-sourced JavaScript uploader, with ColdFusion to allow your users to upload files. I will show you how to configure and customize Uppy and provide a working example of how to post files to the server using XHR and a ColdFusion bac...
Uploading Files With ColdFusion
Uploading Files With ColdFusion
Gregory's Blog
In this article, we will cover how to upload data to the server using ColdFusion. We will also discuss security concerns and common best practices when uploading data using ColdFusion....
How to Install and Register Adobe Fireworks Using Adobe Cloud
How to Install and Register Adobe Fireworks Using Adobe Cloud
Gregory's Blog
A few years ago, Adobe deprecated Adobe FireWorks and made it difficult to find and install. If you need a moderately robust graphics program for the web, this article will show you how to get around some of the common issues of installing Adobe Fireworks....
Tags vs Cfscript in ColdFusion and Lucee
Tags vs Cfscript in ColdFusion and Lucee
Gregory's Blog
ColdFusion supports both a tag-based language, similar to PHP, and cfscript, which is a C-style language similar to Javascript. In this article, we will discuss some of the potential use cases of both styles....
Understanding the Differences Between Blog Categories and Tags
Understanding the Differences Between Blog Categories and Tags
Gregory's Blog
We will discuss the main differences between blog categories and tags and how they affect the user experience and SEO
Recursive ColdFusion Function
Recursive ColdFusion Function
Gregory's Blog
We will discuss how to develop a recursive ColdFusion function                                      
Implementing a Breadcrumb Navigation System
Implementing a Breadcrumb Navigation System
Gregory's Blog
In this example, we will discuss how to implement a breadcrumb navigation widget on your site and how to create breadcrumb-structured data.
Extracting Kendo Theme Color Properties
Extracting Kendo Theme Color Properties
Gregory's Blog
I will explain how to create a custom function to share the primary colors of a Kendo theme with other interfaces.
Kendo UI CSS Classes
Kendo UI CSS Classes
Gregory's Blog
This article will explore the Kendo CSS classes                                      
Missing Contacts from the iCloud Backup!?
Missing Contacts from the iCloud Backup!?
Gregory's Blog
What to do if your contacts do not show up when restoring iPhone data from iTunes, or the cloud.                                      
Generating Map Routes with the Bing Maps API
Generating Map Routes with the Bing Maps API
Gregory's Blog
In this article, we will learn how to create Bing Map routes with directions between two or more points using the Bing Maps API.
Rendering Static Maps With the Bing Maps API
Rendering Static Maps With the Bing Maps API
Gregory's Blog
In this article, we will discuss how to render both static maps and maps with routing and directions using the Bing Maps API
Creating Map Routes with the Bing Maps V8 Web Control
Creating Map Routes with the Bing Maps V8 Web Control
Gregory's Blog
In this article, we will see how to incorporate the Bing Maps V8 Web Control and use the Directions Manager class in order to create sophisticated maps with routing and directions....
Creating Dynamic Maps with the Bing Maps V8 Control
Creating Dynamic Maps with the Bing Maps V8 Control
Gregory's Blog
In this article, we will learn how to easily create maps using the Bing Maps V8 Web Control.                                      
Galaxie Blog Update Fall 2023
Galaxie Blog Update Fall 2023
Gregory's Blog
It has been a while since I updated the Galaxie Blog codebase and want to provide a status update. 
Enabling Detailed Errors with ColdFusion and IIS
Enabling Detailed Errors with ColdFusion and IIS
Gregory's Blog
An in-depth look at how to enable detailed error messages with ColdFusion and IIS                                      
Introducing the Bing Maps API
Introducing the Bing Maps API
Gregory's Blog
In this article, I will briefly discuss the benefits of using Bing Maps and how to get up and running using the Bing Maps API. Table of Contents Why use the Bing Maps API? Bing Maps vs. Google Maps Cost Analysis Get a Free Bing Maps Key Outputting a Basic Dynamic Map Using the Bing Maps API Wh...
Creating a Master-Detail record Interface Using the Kendo Grid and Kendo Window
Creating a Master-Detail record Interface Using the Kendo Grid and Kendo Window
Gregory's Blog
In this article, I will show you how to use the Kendo Grid in tandem with the Kendo Window with ColdFusion to implement a master-detail interface. We have covered both the Kendo Grid and the Kendo Window in previous articles and won't elaborate on all of the implementation details, but instead focus...
Creating a Master-Detail record Interface the Kendo Grid and Kendo Window
Creating a Master-Detail record Interface the Kendo Grid and Kendo Window
Gregory's Blog
In this article, I will show you how to use the Kendo Grid in tandem with the Kendo Window with ColdFusion to implement a master-detail interface. We have covered both the Kendo Grid and the Kendo Window in previous articles and won't elaborate on all of the implementation details, but instead focus...
Best ColdFusion Hosting Experience Using Media3.net
Best ColdFusion Hosting Experience Using Media3.net
Gregory's Blog
I've been hosting ColdFusion sites for the last 25 years and I can easily say that I have never had a better hosting experience than using Media3.net. With their Azure cloud server, you're not limited to the options and will have complete control over every detail. Their servers are also fast- all o...
Calculating Differences Between Two Dates with HQL
Calculating Differences Between Two Dates with HQL
Gregory's Blog
In this article, I will walk you through how to use the DateDiff function in SQL Server and ColdFusion to calculate differences in dates as well as how to achieve the same results using HQL. Table of Contents Scenario Calculating the Elapsed Number of Months Between Two Dates Using SQL Server Calc...
Brian Reilly's site, Hoya Haxa, Has Been Added to the CFBlogs.org site
Brian Reilly's site, Hoya Haxa, Has Been Added to the CFBlogs.org site
Gregory's Blog
I have added the Hoya Haxa Security Research Blog to the CfBlogs ColdFusion blog aggregator. Brian has been in the ColdFusion community for over 25 years and has given security-related presentations at ColdFusion conferences. He has many different thoughtful and well-researched ColdFusion-related ar...
Critical Adobe ColdFusion 2023 Related Bugs
Critical Adobe ColdFusion 2023 Related Bugs
Gregory's Blog
I have found two critical bugs related to the upgrade to Adobe ColdFusion 2023. All of these bugs are new to CF2023 and did not exist with CF2016 through CF2021. Both of these bugs are critical, however, with the first bug below, there are some workarounds. Table of Contents Error: java.lang.Clas...
Handling Server-Side Errors with ColdFusion and JSON
Handling Server-Side Errors with ColdFusion and JSON
Gregory's Blog
This article will show you how to implement extensive server-side error handling with ColdFusion and JSON. Although not necessary, we will leverage the Kendo UI Extended Message Boxes API to provide notifications to the user. In this example, we will use Ajax on the client to invoke a ColdFusion fun...
Kendo UI Notifications and Message Boxes
Kendo UI Notifications and Message Boxes
Gregory's Blog
In this article, I am going to show you how to implement notifications and message boxes that work with Kendo UI. Recently, Telerik has implemented some no...
Bears in my front yard!
Bears in my front yard!
Gregory's Blog
Taking a break from my normal tedious technical blog postings- I wanted to share a very unusual video with you all! Today, I captured these two bears in my...
Dynamically Binding a Kendo Panel Bar to a Table of Contents Using jQuery
Dynamically Binding a Kendo Panel Bar to a Table of Contents Using jQuery
Gregory's Blog
I put in a new feature this week that uses a Kendo Panel bar that binds to my existing table of contents that I have for long posts. If you've read ...
Implementing a Kendo Virtualized Grid with ColdFusion - Part 2, Server-Side Logic
Implementing a Kendo Virtualized Grid with ColdFusion - Part 2, Server-Side Logic
Gregory's Blog
This article will cover how we implemented server-side logic to create a virtualized Kendo Grid using ColdFusion. This is a highly technical article...
Evagoras Charalambous Site is Added to our ColdFusion Blogs site at CfBlogs.org
Evagoras Charalambous Site is Added to our ColdFusion Blogs site at CfBlogs.org
Gregory's Blog
There is a new ColdFusion-related blog that joined our CfBlogs community. Evagois is a software consultant, specializing in Web and Mobile applications. Th...
Implementing a Kendo Virtualized Grid with ColdFusion
Implementing a Kendo Virtualized Grid with ColdFusion
Gregory's Blog
With virtualized scrolling, Kendo Grids can be used to allow users to visualize and analyze data with extremely large datasets. A Kendo Grid with virtual s...
Using Kendo Templates to Embed Cascading Dropdowns in a Kendo Grid
Using Kendo Templates to Embed Cascading Dropdowns in a Kendo Grid
Gregory's Blog
In this article, we will cover advanced grid functionality and show you how to create an editable grid with cascading dropdowns with a custom header templa...
A Comprehensive Analysis of the Editable Kendo UI Grid
A Comprehensive Analysis of the Editable Kendo UI Grid
Gregory's Blog
The Kendo Grid is one of the most advanced HTML grid libraries. In this article, we will cover standard out-of-the-box grid functionality and show y...
CFBlogs.org 2.0 Released
CFBlogs.org 2.0 Released
Gregory's Blog
The new version of CFBlogs ColdFusion Blog Aggregator has been released. This version displays all of the blog posts in an attractive three-column card layout and displays the open graph image or a site image at the top of the post. The card images should allow the user to quickly convey the author ...
Introducing the Kendo Grid
Introducing the Kendo Grid
Gregory's Blog
The Kendo UI Grid is one of the most functional and elegant HTML5-based grid systems around. The Kendo UI Grid is used to easily allow users to visualize and interact with extremely large datasets- I have personally used Kendo Grids to convey over 60 million (60,00,000) records at a time usin...
Dynamically Populating Kendo MultiSelects
Dynamically Populating Kendo MultiSelects
Gregory's Blog
As we previously mentioned, the Kendo MultiSelect widget offers significant enhancements to a traditional dropdown menu and can be used to replace a long list of checkboxes. In this article, we will take a deep dive into the Kendo MultiSelect, show how it can be prepopulated with existing values, an...
Cascading Kendo MultiSelect Dropdowns
Cascading Kendo MultiSelect Dropdowns
Gregory's Blog
In this example, we will demonstrate how to create cascading menus' with Kendo MultiSelects. We have covered cascading menus with the dropdown lists, but there are fundamental differences. Telerik has an example of how to create cascading dropdowns with MultiSelects, however, in my opinion, it is to...
ColdFusion Like JavaScript Functions
ColdFusion Like JavaScript Functions
Gregory's Blog
While writing an article with complex JavaScript for my next Kendo UI article, I noticed that I used some ColdFusion-like JavaScript functions to compare comma-separated lists and realized that I should first share the code. I don't want to confuse my readers and have them wonder where this JavaScri...
Working with JSON and JavaScript
Working with JSON and JavaScript
Gregory's Blog
In my series of ColdFusion and Kendo UI articles, I have covered how to use JSON to populate the Kendo UI widgets. However, JSON can be used for much more than that! JSON objects can be used by nearly every modern language, whether it is C#, Java, or ColdFusion. I personally use JSON nearly every ti...
Cascading Country, State and City Kendo UI Dropdowns
Cascading Country, State and City Kendo UI Dropdowns
Gregory's Blog
In this article, I will show you how to create sophisticated cascading Kendo Dropdown menus based on the selection of a dependent dropdown, and provide real-time examples. This article will be more comprehensive than the generic examples provided on the Kendo UI website- I will share how to use mult...
Creating Cascading Kendo Dropdowns
Creating Cascading Kendo Dropdowns
Gregory's Blog
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Introducing the various forms of Kendo Dropdowns
Introducing the various forms of Kendo Dropdowns
Gregory's Blog
There are three major types of Kendo Dropdowns, the Kendo DropDown List, ComboBox, and the Multi-Select. All of these Kendo widgets are used to enhance the traditional HTML select input and add rich HTML5 functionality. However, unlike a traditional HTML dropdown, it offers quite a few features such...
A Comprehensive Look at the Kendo Window
A Comprehensive Look at the Kendo Window
Gregory's Blog
Table of Contents What are the Benefits of a Windowing Interface? Windows Conserve Working Space Windows are Aware of the Current Application State What are the Disadvantages of a Web-based Window? Potential SEO Issues Without a Custom Listener, the Window Lacks a URL Introducing the Kendo...
Using ColdFusion to Populate Kendo UI Widgets
Using ColdFusion to Populate Kendo UI Widgets
Gregory's Blog
There are multiple ways to populate Kendo widgets with data. Take a simple dropdown, you can populate a dropdown the same way that you would build a simple HTML dropdown using a ColdFusion query loop or create a static dropdown by building the HTML option tags in the dropdown manually. You can also ...
Convert a ColdFusion Query into a JSON Object
Convert a ColdFusion Query into a JSON Object
Gregory's Blog
I have used various HTML5 widgets extensively for the last decade and will share the functions that I use to convert ColdFusion objects returned from a database into JSON. In this article, I will highlight some of the logic in the code and show you how to use this for a variety of use cases. Table...
Incorporate Kendo UI into a ColdFusion Application
Incorporate Kendo UI into a ColdFusion Application
Gregory's Blog
Table of Contents Determine if you want to use Kendo jQuery or Kendo Core Download the Kendo UI software or use the CDN Kendo Professional for jQuery Recommended Sources Kendo Core Recommended Sources jQuery Version Support jQuery Recommended Sources Add the required libraries on a web page Kendo ...
The Different Flavors of Kendo UI and Kendo Licensing Terms
The Different Flavors of Kendo UI and Kendo Licensing Terms
Gregory's Blog
Table of Contents Flavors of Kendo UI Licensing Further Reading Flavors of Kendo UI There are many flavors of Kendo UI. Kendo offers native libraries for jQuery, Vue, Angular and React. Kendo also natively supports .Net and provides Kendo UI wrappers that support both PHP and JSP. Kendo has ...
Benefits of ColdFusion and Kendo UI
Benefits of ColdFusion and Kendo UI
Gregory's Blog
Table of Contents My Background Why ColdFusion? Why Kendo UI? Why use ColdFusion and Kendo UI? Where are we going from here? My Background I have been in the web development field for over 25 years and have worked on some very prestigious projects, such as working in the Human Genome Project in...
Galaxie Blog Custom Window Interface
Galaxie Blog Custom Window Interface
Gregory's Blog
Table of Contents Sample Galaxie Blog Custom Windows Custom Window with a map generated by the Custom Window Editor Custom Window with a route Custom Window with a ColdFusion-based Ajax application Introducing the Galaxie Blog Custom Window Interface Galax...
Joshua Tree National Park
Joshua Tree National Park
Gregory's Blog
Joshua Tree National Park This particular drive, comprising Park Blvd and Pinto Basin Road, is around 2 hours and ten minutes if you don't plan to...
Joshua Tree Scenic Drive
Joshua Tree Scenic Drive
Gregory's Blog
Here you go Tom!                                      
Using ColdFusion to Synchronize Time Across Time Zones
Using ColdFusion to Synchronize Time Across Time Zones
Gregory's Blog
Table of Contents Real-World Scenario TimeZone.cfc Server-side function to convert a selected date and timezone between the client and the server Client-...
Using ColdFusion to Synchronize Time Across Time Zones
Using ColdFusion to Synchronize Time Across Time Zones
Gregory's Blog
Table of Contents Real-World Scenario Demonstration TimeZone.cfc Server-side function to convert a selected date and timezone between the client and the ...
Using ColdFusion to Synchronizing Time Across Time Zones
Using ColdFusion to Synchronizing Time Across Time Zones
Gregory's Blog
It is often necessary to convert a timestamp between time zones when the client resides in a different time zone than the server. ColdFusion has plenty of ...
Using Cookies to Pass JavaScript Variables to ColdFusion
Using Cookies to Pass JavaScript Variables to ColdFusion
Gregory's Blog
Understanding the differences between Javascript and ColdFusion You can't directly pass a Javascript variable to ColdFusion as the two technologies are qui...
Galaxie Blog 3 is Now Released
Galaxie Blog 3 is Now Released
Gregory's Blog
I am proud to announce that Galaxie Blog 3 is finally released. It was our goal to build one of the most comprehensive HTML5-based blogging platforms that ...
Common Hibenate/ColdFusion ORM Errors
Common Hibenate/ColdFusion ORM Errors
Gregory's Blog
I have worked with ColdFusion ORM for several years now, and one of the most frustrating things working with CF ORM is the lack of friendly error messages....
Galaxie Blog Branded Emails
Galaxie Blog Branded Emails
Gregory's Blog
Galaxie Blog sends automated emails that actually look good when they land in the inbox. Your emails reflect your blog presence and when the emails ...
A note about this documentation
A note about this documentation
Gregory's Blog
Note regarding this documentation The next 40 or so posts provide extensive documentation of Galaxie Blogs Administrative Interface and can be searched usi...
Installing Galaxie Blog 3.0 RC
Installing Galaxie Blog 3.0 RC
Gregory's Blog
Getting the software Galaxie Blog can be downloaded from the Galaxie Blog Git Hub Repository. You must have a ColdFusion installed on a server. Your web ...
Galaxie Blog Options
Galaxie Blog Options
Gregory's Blog
These Blog Options interface consists of 7 sections and these settings can be changed at any time. Each optional library, such as the enabling the Disqus l...
Brief Technical Overview of the Galaxie Blog Installation Process
Brief Technical Overview of the Galaxie Blog Installation Process
Gregory's Blog
This article is meant for developers that want to understand or debug the Galaxie Blog Installation process. Where the site variable data are stored
Galaxie Blog Settings
Galaxie Blog Settings
Gregory's Blog
The Blog Settings Interface is broken into 6 major sections and is essential for the core blog functionality. Only users with the Edit Server Role c...
Galaxie Blog User Management
Galaxie Blog User Management
Gregory's Blog
Galaxie Blog is a multi-user Blogging platform. There is a multitude of reasons why you should be able to add multiple users. If you're looking to i...
Font Interface
Font Interface
Gregory's Blog
Fonts are an integral part of the blog theme and separate fonts can be used for the blog title, menu, and the body. Fonts will also be available to use in ...
Galaxie Blog Theme Interface
Galaxie Blog Theme Interface
Gregory's Blog
When I started out building Galaxie Blog, my initial goal was to create the most beautiful and themeable blog software for the ColdFusion community....
Galaxie Blog Markdown Support
Galaxie Blog Markdown Support
Gregory's Blog
The Post Editor in Galaxie Blog has basic markdown support. Markdown is often used by authors to quickly create a post by typing in special markdown charac...
Using the <more> tag to create a short excerpt of your blog post
Using the tag to create a short excerpt of your blog post
Gregory's Blog
The more tag breaks the page into two sections allowing you to create a short excerpt conveying the main idea with a button that points the user to the ful...
Automatically Generating a Table of Contents
Automatically Generating a Table of Contents
Gregory's Blog
Table of Contents Generating a Table of Contents in your post (this is an H2 tag) Table of Contents Example (this is an H3 t...
Highlighting code in a blog post
Highlighting code in a blog post
Gregory's Blog
Galaxie Blog Code Syntax Highlighting Galaxie Blog uses a customized version of Prism.js to allow blog authors to share and highlight your code. ...
Category and Related Post HTML5 Interfaces
Category and Related Post HTML5 Interfaces
Gregory's Blog
Blog Categories A blog category is used to generically categorize your blog posts. For example, I have a Road Trip category on my blog that I use ...
Removing and deleting a Post
Removing and deleting a Post
Gregory's Blog
Deleting a post from Galaxie Blog is a multi-step process. In order to delete a post, you must first click on the remove checkbox when editing a post using...
Date Posted Explained
Date Posted Explained
Gregory's Blog
The Date Posted is the first form field in the Post Interface and how you use it has consequences. The Date Posted dropdown is an HTML5 widget and has a da...
Modifying the Post URL
Modifying the Post URL
Gregory's Blog
Galaxie Blogs URL is comprised using two parts- the Post Date, and the Post Alias. Take for example the following blog post: https://gregoryalexander.com/b...
Releasing and publishing a new post
Releasing and publishing a new post
Gregory's Blog
When you first create a post in Galaxie Blog, the blog holds the post in draft status until the post is officially released. This gives you time to c
Promoting a Post on the Main Blog Page
Promoting a Post on the Main Blog Page
Gregory's Blog
Promoting a post allows the author to bring attention to a particular post and brings the post up to the top of the main blog page. Promoting a post also s...
Changing the sort order on the main blog page
Changing the sort order on the main blog page
Gregory's Blog
Galaxie Blog allows you to change the blog sort order on the main blog page. This enhanced blog functionality conveys numerous benefits. You don't need to ...
Changing the JSON-LD that Galaxie Blog automatically generates for your posts
Changing the JSON-LD that Galaxie Blog automatically generates for your posts
Gregory's Blog
What is JSON-LD? JSON-LD is a new format that is used to organize and link your blog posts. JSON-LD stands for JavaScript Object Notation for Linked Data&n...
Assigning a Post to a Theme in Galaxie Blog
Assigning a Post to a Theme in Galaxie Blog
Gregory's Blog
Assigning a post to a theme in Galaxie Blog One of the novel features of Galaxie Blog is that it lets you assign a post to a unique theme. This gives you c...
Introducing the Galaxie Blog Administrative Site
Introducing the Galaxie Blog Administrative Site
Gregory's Blog
A brief introduction of the Galaxie Blog Administrative Site Galaxie Blog is a very powerful HTML5 blogging platform and it contains all of the essential t...
Galaxie Blog HTML5 Grid Interfaces
Galaxie Blog HTML5 Grid Interfaces
Gregory's Blog
Introducing the Galaxie Blog HTML5 Grids Galaxie Blog uses a customized version of jsGrid, a lightweight client-side data grid to find and edit r...
Introducing Galaxie Blogs Edit Post Interface
Introducing Galaxie Blogs Edit Post Interface
Gregory's Blog
Introducing Galaxie Blogs Edit Post Interface Galaxie Blogs' Post Interface is one of the most powerful out-of-the-box blog editors that you can find. Ther...
Comprehensive feature list of the Galaxie Blog Edit Post Interface
Comprehensive feature list of the Galaxie Blog Edit Post Interface
Gregory's Blog
Comprehensive Feature List of the Edit Post Interface Galaxie Blog's Edit Post interface offers unparalleled out-of-the-box core blogging functionality and...
Adding images and videos to a blog post
Adding images and videos to a blog post
Gregory's Blog
Comprehensive Feature List of the Edit Post Interface Galaxie Blog's Edit Post interface offers unparalleled out-of-the-box core blogging functionality and is one of the most powerful open sourced blog editors around. All of the blog functionality ha......
Adding images and videos to a blog post
Adding images and videos to a blog post
Gregory's Blog
It is trivial to add media to your blog posts using Galaxie Blog. Galaxie Blog can upload popular image formats such as .png, .gif, and .jpg and handles embedded media such as QuickTime, Flash, ShockWave, RealPlayer, and Windows Media Player.&......
Adding images and videos to a blog post
Adding images and videos to a blog post
Gregory's Blog
It is trivial to add media to your blog posts using Galaxie Blog. Galaxie Blog can upload popular image formats such as .png, .gif, and .jpg and han...



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