These are my personal projects that I have done over the years.

CFML Developer

This is a service I have been providing since 1999 offering FREE developer hosting space for CFML (ColdFusion, Railo, Lucee).


A project I launched in 2013 which allows you to do real-time testing of CFML code against ColdFusion and Railo/Lucee. Just type your code into the form and click run.
Using this you can quickly test if your code works as expected on both engines, check execution times, view debugging output and even prettify your code using syntax highlighting.
This is handy if you do not have both CFML engines installed locally, or do not have access to a server (you may be on your mobile device) or just want to test something quick before posting on a forum or discussion list.


A CFML search engine based on google CSE, I have tried to index all the main CF related resources in one place.
I kept this running for several years, but it never got much traffic so I eventually let the domain expire.

CFMail Automatic Re-spooler

I originally created this back in 2004 or so for my hosting company, and then released it as open source on riaforge in 2012/13.

An old problem with ColdFusion was that it had no built in method owhen mail failed to deliver it would sit in the undelivr folder forever unless someone deleted it or manually respooled it. This very rarely happened in most cases as nobody was maintaining the server or checking the undelivered mail. Even if you do it manually, mail that is actually invalid will just keep ending up back in undelivr folder.

This handy custom extension for your ColdFusion administrator will automatically respool your mail every x minutes/hours until the file is [x] hours old, if it still has not delivered then it will be deleted.

CFDump JS Alternative

CFDUMP requires CreateObject(java) which is often disabled on shared hosting or perhaps you need to disable it on your own server but still use CFDump. This alternative custom tag gives you the functionality of CFDUMP using Javascript instead by converting CF to JSON.
Note that this is only good for generating dumps to the browser. If you wanted to create a CFDump on the server and put it into an email, then this will not help you.
You can try it out at where I have used it to replace the original cfdump tag.

download here

HELM to WHMCS client migration tool.

A tool for migrating customer data from HELM3 to WHMCS. I originally created this for my old hosting business.

download here