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The vue and react source code is a basic Hello World example of each js framework, and all you did was change the index.html to index.cfm. Is this suppose to be an evolving project?
Is there going to be a follow up blog post about how to build scalable and interactive apps with coldfusion? Because this definitely fell short of its own title.
I agree I was certainly hoping for a little more depth to this. It is nice to see even a basic example of a vue “app” directly in CF. I would love to see more on this and possibly hear more about using a vue framework with CF without using node, pm2 and other application layer things that a group I work with is trying to move too.
Background: We are currently a straight coldfusion shop that had in the past used Flex based apps along with ColdFusion and for awhile we moved to Extjs with ColdFusion backend components. We have been moved to a group that currently uses a java backend with vue front end on linux. Our CF systems are windows so they would like to run the vue apps on linux and call CF APIs. While this is certainly doable this blog post title had given me hope that we could just run vue apps on the current CF servers without adding a bunch of other potential failure points.
Just wanted to chime in and second the evolving project question. Thanks again to the blog author for this post. And thanks to anyone willing to engage with the community.
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