FW/1 & QB Schema Builder

Not too long ago I wrote an article about working with FW/1 and QB; a query builder DSL written by Eric Peterson. In this post, I wanted to touch on a new feature and component released in the latest version of QB, Schema Builder, and how to make use of it in an FW/1 application. Schema Builder presents the ability to build out your database structure using the same awesome builder/chaining format as the Query Builder object. [Read More]

Working With FW/1 & QB

Steps to Integrate Using Subsystems

Today I wanted to go over a library that I think is pretty awesome and echoes capabilities found in many other modern languages: QB. QB is a query builder DSL written by Eric Peterson, who’s been putting out some really cool modular libraries for the CFML community. With QB, you can: Quickly scaffold simple queries Make complex, out-of-order queries possible Abstract away differences between database engines The syntax uses a builder pattern that makes writing queries more readable and easy to understand when glancing through code. [Read More]