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The Fusebox 4.1 cheat sheet

posted under category: Fusebox on November 16, 2005 by Nathan

One thing I've always wanted when working with Fusebox 4, is a quick XML cheat sheet. What goes in the fusebox.xml file? What was that verb tag again for my circuit.xml? Was that returnvariable, contentvariable or just variable?

Googling and searching only found the PDFs for a $75 book, which is helpful but not ideal, and miscellaneous sources, too spread out to be useful. Since there wasn't one, I had to create one myself, and now that it's done, I got permission and am sharing it with the community at large.

So, without further ado, the Fusebox XML Cheat Sheet (with a little bonus info at the end)

P.S., I also added a print stylesheet, so feel free to print it out and hang it on your wall, or whatever.

P.P.S., Fuseboxers, feel free to check my work and make corrections and suggestions - thanks!

Nathan is a software developer at The Boeing Company in Charleston, SC. He is essentially a big programming nerd. Really, you could say that makes him a nerd among nerds. Aside from making software for the web, he plays with tech toys and likes to think about programming's big picture while speaking at conferences and generally impressing people with massive nerdiness and straight-faced sarcastic humor. Nathan got his programming start writing batch files in DOS. It should go without saying, but these thought and opinions have nothing to do with Boeing in any way.
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