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Author: Dan Vega (All RIAForge projects by this author)
Last Updated: June 5, 2008 3:02 PM
Version: 0.7
Views: 171,140
Downloads: 5,156
License: Apache License, Version 2


cfExt is a ColdFusion wrapper class to the Ext JavaScript Library. The release of ColdFusion 8 brought many new exciting Ajax features to the language. These features were implementations of the ExtJS 1.1 library. While many of these features are wonderful they are limited to those running ColdFusion 8 and unfortunately we are just not all there yet. This project takes advantage of the new features in the Ext 2.0 library and therefore is not limited to users running previous versions of ColdFusion. I believe that users of 8 and below will find these tags very useful.

If you are very good with JavaScript and have a working knowledge of the Ext library you may not find this project useful but I believe the rest of us will! The project was created with a purpose of allowing ColdFusion developers an easy way to leverage the Ext JavaScript framework. While the framework has some amazing features I found that many developers have a tough time getting started with ext. It was this problem that created the cfext project and so far it has been a lot of fun working on it.


ExtJS 2.0.2
ColdFusion 7/8

Issue Tracker:

4 cf_grid inside a cf_window Open 04/10/08 4:13 AM
3 Not working in IE7 Open 03/08/08 1:47 PM
2 Multiple Accordions Bug Fixed 02/01/08 12:58 PM
1 cfExt loads all ExtJS js/resources Open 01/21/08 11:04 AM

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