Views

Here are the views as well, isn't it awesome that the views stay the same :), that means we did a good job abstracting our model and controllers.

index.cfm

<cfoutput>
<h1>Contacts</h1>

<cfif flash.exists( "notice" )>
    <div class="alert alert-info">#flash.get( "notice" )#</div>
</cfif>
<cfif flash.exists( "errors" )>
    <div class="alert alert-danger">#flash.get( "errors" ).toString()#</div>
</cfif>

#html.href(href='contacts.editor',text="Create Contact")#
<br><br>
<cfloop array="#prc.contacts#" index="contact">
<div>
    #contact.getLastName()#, #contact.getFirstName()# (#contact.getEmail()#)<br/>
    #html.href(href='contacts.editor.id.#contact.getContactID()#',text="[ Edit ]")#
    #html.href(href='contacts.delete.id.#contact.getContactID()#',text="[ Delete ]",onclick="return confirm('Really Delete?')")#
    <hr>
</div>
</cfloop>
</cfoutput>

editor.cfm

Check out our awesome html helper object. It can even build the entire forms according to the Active Entity object and bind the values for you!

<cfoutput>
<h1>Contact Editor</h1>

<cfif flash.exists( "notice" )>
    <div class="alert alert-info">#flash.get( "notice" )#</div>
</cfif>
<cfif flash.exists( "errors" )>
    <div class="alert alert-danger">#flash.get( "errors" ).toString()#</div>
</cfif>

#html.startForm(action="contacts.save")#
    #html.entityFields(entity=prc.contact,fieldwrapper="div")#
    #html.submitButton()# or #html.href(href="contacts",text="Cancel")#
#html.endForm()#
</cfoutput>

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