Agent K on Architecture

Article on FB 4.1 and Mach II

by kai 17/02/2005

Just today I noticed a very interesting article on Fusebox 4.1 and Mach II. It’s published by Builder AU and available online on: http://www.builderau.com.au/program/0,39024614,39177784,00.htm.

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SiAr – a simple ColdFusion architecture

by kai 27/12/2004

A while ago I wrote an entry on architectures and the MVC design pattern and announced the release of a very basic architecture for ColdFusion web applications. A reason for this is that I found a lot of people (customers, fellow developers and web designers) still don’t care about the architecture of an application and […]

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Approach to some software engineering terms

by kai 16/06/2004

To start, I’ll try to introduce some terms and to give some hopefully 😉 helpful sort-of-definitions of often used terms in software engineering – and of sadly often overused terms… But be careful: All I’m going to write on that topic is strongly influenced by my own point of view in architecting software systems – […]

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Upcoming architecture stuff

by kai 16/06/2004

Keep on reading 😉 Tomorrow, I’m going to write a short introduction in the MVC pattern and why I consider it to be a so called aggregated pattern. Additionally I decided to release a very simple example for a CF app using some sort of minimum framework following MVC design pattern. Again: be warned, that […]

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Architecting ColdFusion applications

by kai 16/06/2004

I just started a new category. It’s called “Agent K on Architecture”. The idea is to provide information on stuff like frameworks, patterns and how to build well architectured ColdFusion / Flash / Flex apps. The reason to start that is that I spoke to a lot of people and customers during the last two […]

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