June 29th – Next CFUGBE event: Using ColdFusion with AIR

Published on: June 24, 2010
Categories: AIR, ColdFusion, Event, Flex
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The next ColdFusion user Group meeting in Belgium wil take place on June 29th, 2010. The location is the Adobe Offices, Culliganlaan 2F, Diegem. The meeting will start at 19h00 and you’ll have the opportunity to get some free drinks and do some networking with fellow developers. You are not required to know much about ColdFusion for this particular event, so that’s no excuse not to join us.

Now, the ColdFusion User Group has always been meant to be community driven. However, it seems a bit hard to convince you guys to step up and talk about the things you do with ColdFusion. So, for this meeting we thought we’d set an example and do some sessions ourselves:

Cyril Hanquez Statler (aka Cyril Hanquez) will give you an overview of AIR 2 and it’s new features. It will help you get familiar with the technology and show you some cool stuff you can do with it.
Steven Peeters Waldorf (aka Steven Peeters) is going to take it from there and digg a litle deeper into the realm of using AIR with ColdFusion by walking you through an application that uses the ColdFusion ORM feature on the client side with an SQLite database to have automatic online/offline synchronisation.


19h00: AIR 2 overview – presentation by Cyril Hanquez.
20h00: Using ColdFusion’s ORM in AIR – presentation by Steven Peeters.
21h00: Free drinks and networking

The event is free of charge, but seats are limited. Make sure you register quickly!

Cyril and Steven, CFUG managers

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