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CFEclipse, Zero To Hero now on Google Videos

posted under category: CFEclipse on March 1, 2006 at 1:00 am by MrNate

Just a quick note to say that my rebroadcast presentation screencast is available on google videos, under a quick video search for CFEclipse.

Another good resource I found was a slew of CFE related videos on YouTube. Enjoy!

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On Mar 2, 2006 at 1:00 AM Michael White (mwhite007 at the ever popular said:
Wonderful presentation... I'm really getting excited about dumping Dreamweaver for my coldfusion coding... this stuff really helps

On Mar 3, 2006 at 1:00 AM dickbob (dickbob at the ever-endearing said:
Yes, great intro ot CFEclipse. I looked at it some time ago and didn't "get it" but took another look with your video and it's got me excited again!

One feature from DW that I'm not sure how to implement is the association between a local folder and a remote folder so that I can use PUT and GET to update the remote folder by ftp.

Any advice or suggestions?


On Mar 3, 2006 at 1:00 AM Nathan Strutz ( said:
This one keeps coming up, and I so rarely need this on my own. I'll try it out and blog it sometime this year or something, but here's the quick answer:

Find and install the FTP and WebDAV Support plugin. You can usually get it through the update manager on the update site. The last time I used it, it gave me a FTP view which allowed you to sync a local folder to a remote one, and it should work great.

On Mar 4, 2006 at 1:00 AM Michael White (mwhite007 who can't believe it's not said:
Hey, where's the wishlist?

On Mar 4, 2006 at 1:00 AM Nathan Strutz ( said:
You're too kind :) Ok, I'll put it on my little navigation bar...

On Mar 4, 2006 at 1:00 AM Matt Williams ( who would have preferred an address at said:
What is the link for the Reactor plugin? I couldn't find it on your other plugin lists.

Thanks for the informative video. I picked up lots of new tricks.

On Mar 4, 2006 at 1:00 AM Nathan Strutz ( said:
Reactor wasn't a plugin, I was showing off the Subclipse plugin ( by sucking down Doug Hughes' Reactor ORM engine. It's a great, great product, still pretty alpha, but Doug's code is always solid. He blogs about it at

On Mar 7, 2006 at 1:00 AM Michael White (mwhite007, by way of said:
ok, you can expect to see a headset from your wishlist sometime this week. Thanks for the great documentation.

On Mar 7, 2006 at 1:00 AM Nathan Strutz ( said:
Oh man, you are just too cool. I could've really used that before I recorded it, which is why I put it on there afterwards. That is very, very cool. Thank you!

On May 11, 2007 at 1:00 AM charlie arehart (charlie at the ever famous said:
Nathan, I've just been made aware of this video, and I will add it today to my UGTV repository (, for those who haven't heard of it). I look forward to watching it soon. :-)

I want to add, as well, that the link above for finding other CFE videos on google is finding nothing. Perhaps the URL or query strings they use has changed since you wrote this last year. The current URL, for interested, would be:

Hope that's helpful.

On May 11, 2007 at 1:00 AM charlie arehart (charlie who loves said:
Hey Nathan, I just noticed that the blog comments display doesn't indicate the year, so it's not clear that my note is 2007 while the others (I bet) are from 2006. May not always be critical, but could lead to confusion. Just thought I'd mention it while I notice it.

Also, would you be surprised if I told you that I had to re-type my name and email in this comment form? If so, I'm happy to point it out.

Thanks for all that you do.
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