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anyone using MVC without fusebox for their coldfusion Apps??

Hi,

I am interested in finding out more about using MVC and how it applies to developing apps in ColdFusion..

I have heard about fusebox, read about it.. it seems of interest, but I can't really start over in this project and go down the fusebox path..

I am basically looking for a good way to use MVC or some way of oganization my code and files, and basically separating my logic from the presentation layer so I do not end up with "spaghetti code"

Can someone shed some light or let me know if you have any thoughts or experiences using MVC?

Thanks

-WestSide
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jyokumCommented:
Personally, I'd recommend Fusebox but as you stated you're looking for something else.

Here's a list of some other frameworks:
http://www.corfield.org/blog/past/2003_08.html#000085

http://www.benorama.com/coldfusion/
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shooksmCommented:
If you are looking for a MVC framework, look at Mach-II:

http://www.mach-ii.com/
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Westside2004Author Commented:
Ok..

Thanks for the feedback..

I have heard of Mach-OO and benorama website..

Will check out corfield.org...

My question as not really technical.. so not sure if there is a forum for general stuff like this, but I guess split the points....

-WestSide
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