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The FreeAgent project seeks to create a collection of loosely coupled, highly cohesive tools for swapping applications between frameworks.
For example, instead of saying:
We developed a forum application for ColdBox.
You could say:
We developed a forum application - it runs as a part of ColdBox, Fusebox, Mach-II, Model-Glue, CF on Wheels, FW/1, the onTap framework or as a stand-alone application.
Or put another way, it does for ColdFusion frameworks what ORM tools do for databases - give them a standardized interface.
1. LightWeight - the tools should be small enough to make them easily portable - a handful of CFCs.
2. Easy to Use - developing for 'any framework' should be as easy or nearly as easy as developing for any single framework
3. Eliminate Dependencies - the more an application depends on other apps or frameworks, the harder it is to port it to another environment - FreeAgent should create ways to eliminate the most common dependencies, such as framework-specific link-builders and framework-specific event objects.
4. Only controllers should vary between framework-specific versions.
Recent Blog Entries:
8/28/14 Security Layer and Forms Management
12/4/09 New Sample - CF on Wheels
12/2/09 New Sample - Model-Glue
12/1/09 New Sample - Mach-II
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