Create your CloudSponge account and tell us your domain. If it’s your development environment you’ll get a CloudSponge Key for free.
In order to use the ColdFusion wrapper you’ll need ColdFusion 9+.
Download files from the GitHub repo: https://github.com/jojoserquina/cloudsponge-lib-coldfusion.
To install, follow these steps:
- Unzip files to your web directory
- Review and update
csconfig.xmlwith your domain key and password
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.