I have been a consumer of the Sencha ExtJS documentation for a while now and wanted to be able to use JSDuck for my ColdFusion CFCs. But how? While I am a JSDuck novice I figured that trying to make JSDuck produce documentation directly from ColdFusion CFCs was likely to result in tears (mine!). So, after some thought, I came up with another strategy that users of other programming languages might want to consider.
My CF to JSDuck strategy
Here is a really quick video to give an overview of what ColdDuck does: http://www.screencast.com/t/5p4JqbvNR
The ColdDuck package includes the documentation. You can also view it here http://murrah.com.au/coldduck/docs
Here is the sample SuperBlog app documented with ColdDoc in JavaDoc format
Here is the sample SuperBlog app documented with ColdDuck in JSDuck format
A full implementation of JSDuck style documentation is here http://docs.sencha.com/extjs/4.1.3/
Get it at GitHub https://github.com/murrah/ColdDuck
I hope you find this useful and fun. Please leave your comments below.