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Author: Samuel Isaac Dealey (All RIAForge projects by this author)
Last Updated: June 15, 2014 9:28 PM
Version: 3.4.0
Views: 208,518
Downloads: 4,732
License: BSD

Description:

The onTap framework is a full-service approach to ColdFusion development allowing plugin applications to be 'dropped in' and integrate immediately with other installed applications, sans configuration or programming work.

The framework shares some similarities with Ruby on Rails in its ability to simplify common tasks with an emphasis on ease of use, eliminating repetitive coding and reducing workload. In addition to its controller it is integrated with the DataFaucet ORM system (http://datafaucet.riaforge.org) and CacheBox (http://cachebox.riaforge.org) and includes internationalization (i18n) features and a robust library for html abstraction which simplifies complex forms and AJAX functionality (while at the same time degrading gracefully to meet section-508 and similar accessibility guidelines).

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Requirements:

ColdFusion 9

Issue Tracker:

ID ISSUE STATUS UPDATED
3 CF7 Installation/Mapping problem Closed 04/29/14 10:49 PM
4 Docs menu exceeds allowable time limit (Tag: CFLOOP) Closed 04/29/14 10:44 PM
2 install on bluedragon 7 Open 08/19/08 2:39 PM
1 Install Problem Closed 07/07/08 2:51 PM

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