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Quick and easy way to sort and list your contacts by last names, in two really really simple steps. Almost everybody who uses a data-driven website has a database containing some information about the users. I had a database table called "contact" in which user's first name, last name, address, zip, email, phone, fax.... everything was listed. If you do have something like that and wish to draw and group your contacts by say last names, maybe you will find this tutorial useful.

This is a tutorial to build a simple calculator for your web pages. You should get it pretty easily as you browse through the code.

I have tried hoards of websites on how to install coldfusion on Fedora Core 3 with apache webserver. For some reason the connectors always failed. I had "Ubuntu" on my laptop, basically because "acpi" suspend/hibernate actually works. I decided I might try to install CF there to find out what was going wrong. Surprisingly everything worked like a charm. Make sure you use "apt-get install apache2" before you try this. BEST OF LUCK ....

The principle of this tutorial is similar to "Dynamic time and date for your pages" tutorial. Except that this one generates messages, and that one updated time. Read on, you will get the hang of it....

I like using HomeSite+ for windows, and I am getting used to Dreamweaver Mx. But I still need something just as good for Linux. For some reason, I couldnt get "wine and Dreamweaver Mx" to work. So I "Googled" a bit and stumbled upon Eclipse and cfEclipse. Here is how to set it up.

This is a custom tag application. The cf_QueryRender custom tag takes your query arguments and gives you a final page table and all...

This is a small application that shows you how to create an MP3 streaming server.

I havent come across a "paging" tutorial on this site. I know there are JavaScripts available that help you achieve this, and the DataSet object in VB.Net comes with paging. All you do is "enable paging". But how do you do it in ColdFusion ?

This tutorial shows you how to create a "dataset" just like the one in VB.Net In VB.Net you would create a dataset with "edit" button in an extra column. Once you click "edit", you get an option to "update", "delete" or "cancel edit mode" This is just like a cfgrid tag. Although a cfgrid tag lets you bulk insert, bulk update or bulk delete, the dataset object does it one by one. But cfgrid is slower, and may give users Java errors, depending on their browser settings.

Have you seen the "www.EasyCFM" page closely? On the main page, top right, there is a place for time, and top left a place for day-date. Ever wonder how Pablo does it ? This is not a ColdFusion tutorial. Its JavaScript.

I had no work one day due to a worm attack on our servers, thus a plot to plot a line on a graph was hatched in my empty mind. These files show you, how to plot a line using no database, no java, no long wait times for aplet loading, just 3 tools, Loop, table and text.

This is an extension to my last tutorial "Breaking down your query results into pages (Paging Tutorial)" which is posted here on www.easycfm.com In the last tutorial, you could retrieve a dataset with a , then use a technique to seperate the results over several pages. It simply ; - took the total "recordCount" - divided that with the "number of records per page" - then displayed the number of pages at the bottom of the table. This is a little more sophisticated than that. Read on...

This is not a tutorial as such, more like an application that you can put in a directory. It could boring if you use the CF editor, to pick "cfform" fill its attributes, then pick "cfinputs" one by one. fill out those attributes... one by one, then change tabs and pick the "submit" button... so on and so forth. Even if you code in a note pad, it might get lengthy to code individual element. Wouldn't it be nicer to code all these elements at once, then just copy the code and paste it in your editor?

RANDOM PASSWORD GENERATOR SCRIPT ! I know there is a random password tutorial here already. This is just another way to do the same. I think this is a little easier to understand. Refresh it to generate a new password string everytime !

I have posted a "Basic Calculator" tutorial here. That was more like a representation of how you would calculate with a paper and a pencil. You provide INPUT A then a MATHEMATICAL OPERATION like a "+" or a "-" and then an INPUT B. This is more a represntation of how you would use a regular hand-held calculator complete with buttons for NUMBERS, OPERATIONS and CLEAR TEXT.

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