Contact Importer for ColdFusion

API

Additionally to our simple widget integration, CloudSponge offers an API for ColdFusion.

Get Started

Create your CloudSponge account and tell us your domain. If it’s your development environment you’ll get a CloudSponge Key for free.

Requirements

In order to use the ColdFusion wrapper you’ll need ColdFusion 9+.

Download

Download files from the GitHub repo: https://github.com/jojoserquina/cloudsponge-lib-coldfusion.

Install

To install, follow these steps:

  • Unzip files to your web directory
  • Review and update csconfig.xml with your domain key and password

Files

  • csconfig.xml - CloudSponge configuration file. Update file with your domain key and pass code. The rest of the settings are self-explanatory.
  • Services/Integration/CloudSponge/CloudSpongeController.cfc - controller component that interfaces with the services.
  • Services/Integration/CloudSponge/CloudSpongeService.cfc - component that interfaces with CloudSponge
  • views/CloudSponge.cfm - Landing page
  • views/csauth.cfm - Initiate of ‘begin_import’. Also as a return_url when establishing user consumer credentials in CloudSponge
  • views/csLocalAuth.cfm - Used when local applet or partial/full re-branding of the Java applet
  • views/csimport.cfm - Used for monitoring the status of the import
  • views/csDownload.cfm - Download page

Other languages than ColdFusion

Don’t want to use ColdFusion? Not a problem! CloudSponge offers API for several languages: PHP - Java - Ruby - .Net - ColdFusion - or even a Do-It-Yourself Approach, which uses a REST API to return Contacts in JSON format.