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Author: Mark Mandel (All RIAForge projects by this author)
Last Updated: December 11, 2008 1:49 AM
Version: 0.1
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License: Apache License, Version 2


This is a ColdFusion adapter for BlazeDS remoting that is implemented mostly in ColdFusion.

========== Daily Downloads now available from the mailing list ==========

This provides several key features

* Cyclical object graphs now resolve correctly (a current bug in CF7+8, see http://www.compoundtheory.com/?action=displayPost&ID=384 for more details)

* In CFML you can change what can be called via a RemoteObject and how.
For example:
- You could easily expose your entire ColdSpring beans to being acecssable by Remoting.
- Rather than having your remoteGateway be recreated on every call, store in in a shared scope, such as application scope, or server scope.
- Not happy with AS3 properties being set to get/set functions on your CFCs, change the way they work
- Make AS3 objects come to CF as structs
- ... pretty much whatever you want ...

* In CFML, change how CF to/from AS3 gets serialised and deserialised.
- You have _complete_ control over the serialisation and deserialisation of objects, arrays, going from CF to AS3 and back again.


* ColdFusion 8
* BlazeDS Installed
(Note: this has currently only been tested on a nightly build of BlazeDS 4.x)
* Flex

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