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Using Router Events To Detect Back And Forward Browser Navigation In Angular 7.0.4 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 11/18/18 7:00 PM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel looks at the addition of the "navigationTrigger" and "restoredState" properties on the NavigationStart event emitted by the Router in Angular 6+. These properties allow us to differentiate navigation actions that were triggered imperatively by our application code; or, as a location-based change such as clicking the browser's Back and Forward buttons....

CF India Summit: Part One – Workflow and Document Management Made Easy w/ ColdFusion [+]
TeraTech | 11/18/18 1:00 PM | CF Summit India
With the 2018 ColdFusion and CFML conference season heading to a close, we now travel to India! Bengaluru, India to be precise. India is home to some of the world’s foremost experts in Adobe ColdFusion and the ACF engineering team. This would be an absolutely phenomenal opportunity for any of those available to go. Also… it’s free to

Time-Boxing A CFThread And Then Terminating It If It Takes Too Long To Complete In ColdFusion [+]
Kinky Solutions | 11/17/18 7:00 PM | ColdFusion
Ben Nadel demonstrates how to time-box the execution of a CFThread tag in ColdFusion; and then, terminate the CFThread if it is taking too long to complete....

When is a ColdFusion SimpleValue not a SimpleValue? [+]
James Moberg | 11/16/18 8:00 PM | coldfusion, typeof, java, cfml, datatype, string, SQL
Answer:  When it’s a “QueryColumn”.I was dumping a ColdFusion struct using a new CFDumpLite custom...

ColdFusion 2016 Skips Over Undefined Elements With For-In Array Loop [+]
Kinky Solutions | 11/16/18 7:00 PM | ColdFusion
Ben Nadel looks at how ColdFusion behaves when iterating over a "sparse" array using a for-in loop. By using CommandBox, we can see that the consumption of undefined elements has changed over time; and, has currently incompatible behavior between the Adobe ColdFusion and Lucee ColdFusion engines....

Generate A Java Thread Dump Programmatically Using ColdFusion [+]
Kinky Solutions | 11/16/18 7:00 PM | ColdFusion
Ben Nadel demonstrates how to generate a Java Thread Dump programmatically in ColdFusion. This allows ColdFusion to introspect (and potentially report) the state of the JVM in order to see why threads might be blocked or waiting on other, contentious threads to continue....

What's a CF shop to do regarding Oracle's changed stance, on commercial use of Java, going forward? [+]
Charlie Arehart's Blog | 11/16/18 8:00 AM | cf2016, cf10, java, cf11, cf2018, lucee
(While this topic is written toward ColdFusion users, much of the information will apply to readers running ANY Java app/app server for commercial use, whether Java 8, 9, 10, or 11.) Did you know that Oracle will no longer offer free updates/security patches for Java 8, if Java is used for commercial purposes beyond Jan 2019? After that, you must pay them for support/updates (including security u

Understanding The Limitations Of Template Syntax Desugaring In Angular 7.0.4 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 11/15/18 7:00 PM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel digs into the "ng-template" syntax and the apparent limitations of the "*" desugaring in Angular 7.0.4. It appears that the first slot of the "*" template cannot be a secondary input binding. This influences the way in which short-hand notations like "let" and "as" can be applied....

No-Nonsense November: Ongoing Security Alert for Legacy Coders [+]
TeraTech | 11/15/18 5:30 PM | ColdFusion 2018, Security
I told you so. That’s probably the worst thing someone can say to you. Especially when it comes to security.

Considering use of Amazon Corretto, the new openjdk jvm, especially with ColdFusion [+]
Charlie Arehart's Blog | 11/15/18 5:30 PM | considering_amazon_corretto_open_jdk, cf2016, cf10, java, cf11, cf2018, lucee
As I posted earlier today, there are big changes afoot in the Java world, about commercial use of Java going forward. For my readers (mostly ColdFusion users), this is big news, as it is for anyone using Java for commercial purposes. But here's some good news: Amazon has recently released a new free JVM (java virtual machine) implementation based on the OpenJDK specification,

What's a CF shop to do regarding Oracle's changed stance on commercial use of Java going forward? [+]
Charlie Arehart's Blog | 11/15/18 5:00 PM | cf2016, cf10, java, cf11, cf2018, lucee
(While this topic is written toward ColdFusion users, much of the information will apply to readers running ANY Java app/app server for commercial use, whether Java 8, 9, 10, or 11.) Did you know that Oracle will no longer offer free updates/security patches for Java 8, if Java is used for commercial purposes beyond Jan 2019? After that, you must pay them for support/updates (including security u

Working with the Camera in a NativeScript Vue App [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 11/15/18 2:00 PM | vuejs, javascript, nativescript
So far my journey into NativeScript Vue has been pleasant. The development experience is really well done and using Vue with NativeScript just feels like a natural fit. This particular topic (working with the camera) is the only time I’ve really been frustrated, and as I’ve been doing now for 6000 posts (yes, this is blog post number 6000), when I get frustrated with something I try my best to write it up in a way that will help others. Bef

State-of-the-Art Tools That Keep ColdFusion Alive [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 11/15/18 9:00 AM | CF2018 Updates, ColdFusion 2018, Question, 2018, cf2018 updates, coldfusion 2018, question
Am I the only one who gets excited when sitting down to hash out some new CFML code? You know. one of the best parts about using ColdFusion (or Lucee for that matter) is the ease of use. CFML is a language that is capable of many things, but it’s simple to

CFCamp 2018: Madness in Munich – Recap Day 1 [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 11/15/18 9:00 AM | CF2018 Updates, ColdFusion 2018, Question, 2018, cf2018 updates, coldfusion 2018, question
Hi there! This is Michaela Light. Unfortunately, I couldn’t make it personally to the CFCamp in Munich. However, my associate Paul has gone in my stead. And boy, from the pics and videos he’s been sending me. It looks like a great time and an informative one too. Let’s take a look at some of the sessions from Day 1 and the speakers thereof.

Using Presentation Components In Order To Hide Async Pipe Complexity In Angular 7.0.3 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 11/14/18 7:00 PM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel reflects on the jankiness of the Async Pipe in Angular 7.0.3; and, how the separation of "Smart Components" and "Presentation Components" can make the developer ergonomics of the Async Pipe seem a lot more palatable....

State-of-the-Art Tools That Keep ColdFusion Alive [+]
TeraTech | 11/14/18 8:00 AM | CF Alive Book, ColdFusion 2018, Docker, Fusebox, FusionReactor, Java, Lucee
Am I the only one who gets excited when sitting down to hash out some new CFML code? You know. one of the best parts about using ColdFusion (or Lucee for that matter) is the ease of use. CFML is a language that is capable of many things, but it’s simple to use. Ever stop and wonder why?

Design Sprints: From Idea to Prototype in a Week [+]
In Flow: The Mura Blog | 11/14/18 2:00 AM
What if you could plan and prototype an innovative solution, develop a killer team, and design a long-term strategy in just five days? Sound too good to be true? It’s not. It’s called a design sprint and it’s one of the core strategies we employ at Blueriver to help eliminate distraction and create clear goals for our projects.

Creating Flow for Teams: The Digital Project Manager's Guide [+]
In Flow: The Mura Blog | 11/14/18 2:00 AM
In the sports world, athletes often refer to being “in the zone” when their performance is lifted to another level. But you don’t have to be an athlete to tap into this state. It can show up anywhere, including at the workplace.It's called Flow.

Mutli-stage Docker Builds [+]
Computer Know How | 11/13/18 12:00 PM | DevOps, Docker
Docker is a great tool for deploying scalable web applications for a large variety of technologies ranging from Node.js, Python, MySQL, and more. We have been using Docker at Computer Know How for some time but we recently ran into a challenge with an application we were setting up for Docker.

ColdFusion: My First Time. Share yours in the comments [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 11/13/18 11:30 AM | Appreciations, ColdFusion, Testimonial, appreciations, testimonial
I used to work for a rock radio station in Las Vegas as their Promotions Director.  It was an incredible time.  Let me tell you, I, of all people, should not be permitted to be in control of $1 Million worth of broadcasting equipment and the ability to reach thousands of listeners when I was in my early 20’s.  I was young, tech-savvy, and having way much more fun that I should have.  Each year, the station would broadcast the Super Bowl live on the air

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