In our first CFWheels screencast, I cover the DBMigrate plugin. It's a great tool to use to generate and modify your database structure using nothing but CFML.
Many times, you’ll see this sort of situation when writing a form, where you need to load "extra" queries for things like state and country selectors:
There are many ways that you can load the data that this view template is requiring, each with their pros and cons. I’ll cover 3 different approaches.
Here's a little tip to keep anyone in your organization using Google Analytics from accidentally reloading your ColdFusion on Wheels application in the wrong environment.
I'll be presenting about migrating existing applications to the ColdFusion on Wheels framework tomorrow night, February 10, on the Online ColdFusion Meetup.
I've been working on a plan for migrating a Fusebox application to Wheels, and it's been a pretty challenging task to think through it all. I don't care what framework or platform you're migrating to. It's not easy. It's much easier to start anew, but most of us do not have that leisure.