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Windows CF users: do you find CF missing from the Start menu? [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 3/22/19 1:30 AM | Blog, Deployment, Installation, blog, ColdFusion, deployment, installation
Have you hit this annoyance? Would you please vote to get it fixed? And in the meantime, I have a tip to help you. When one installs CF on a Windows machine, CF implements itself in the Windows Start menu under Programs>Adobe>ColdFusion–but it only does that for the user logged in and running the installer. Any later users who login to the machine with some other account (such as other administrators, or someone who owns a hosted machine where the ho

Fix available for CF11 update 18 query caching bug [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 3/22/19 1:30 AM | Blog, ColdFusion, Updates, blog, bug, updates
If you have moved to CF11 update 18, or plan to, note that there is a known bug affecting use of query caching, such as via the cachedwithin attribute of cfquery, causing it to sporadically return incorrect results. Some good news is that Adobe has a fix available, in the form of special update jar you can obtain from Adobe, by emailing cfsup@adobe.com to request it. You can refer to the bug report about th

Seeking Sys Ops Wizard! [+]
Chris Tierney | 3/21/19 12:30 PM | Uncategorized, Job

CF Webtools Springapalooza Job Openings [+]
Coldfusion Muse | 3/21/19 11:56 AM | Job Openings
I know I know - it's only been a week since we picked up our 7th new 2019 team member, but we are at it again. We have a need for up to 4 new ColdFusion developers. We are also looking for a new operations person to fill out that growing team. Inf...

I'm Going To Stop Worrying About Tightly-Coupled DOM Access In Angular 7.2.7 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 3/21/19 9:30 AM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel has reached a tipping point in his pursuit of an "absolute" separation of concerns. And, realizes that while adding some direct DOM-access in his Angular 7.2.7 Components does create tighter coupling, it does so at the pleasure of increased readability and ease-of-maintenance....

ColdFusion Summit East 2019 and Q2 Roadshows [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 3/21/19 4:30 AM | ColdFusion
We are very excited to meet ColdFusion Developers from East Coast at the fourth Annual ColdFusion Summit East. The event would be held at Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel, 999 Ninth Street NW, Washington, DC 20001 on April 10th. Sessions start from 9 AM – 4 AM. This event is complimentary and would be a great chance for developers to know about the features of ColdFusion 2018 release and the future road map for ColdFusion. Register now at 

AMEX Express Checkout Implementation [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 3/20/19 12:00 PM | ColdFusion, Modern CFML, Question, 2018, modern cfml, question
Has anyone implemented AMEX Express Checkout in CF? I am looking for a tutorial or code to get started. Thanks The post AMEX Express Checkout Implementation appeared first on ColdFusion.

Some Real-World Experimenting With The Runtime Abstraction For State Management In Angular 7.2.7 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 3/20/19 9:30 AM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel shares a real-world exploration of the Runtime Abstraction concept that he is formulating around state-management in a Single-Page Application using Angular 7.2.7. The Runtime Abstraction hides state-management choices, doesn't have superfluous code, and make state mutations really easy to reason about....

ColdBox From Zero to Hero - Bangalore - India 2019 [+]
Ortus Solutions, Corp Blog RSS Feed by ContentBox | 3/19/19 3:00 PM | ColdBox MVC, Community, Events, News, Training
   We are excited to bring our training Bootcamp series as a post-conference workshop for this years Adobe ColdFusion Summit EAST 2019 in Washington, DC from April 11-12th. Please note, that our training this year is AFTER the conference. This training series will be led by Box creator Luis Majano at the Regus Franklin Square 5 minute walk from the conference center. Register as soon as possible as space is very limited! Register Today!

ColdBox From Zero to Hero - Bangalore - India 2019 [+]
ColdBox Blog | 3/19/19 2:00 PM | ColdBox MVC, Community, Events, News, Training
   We are excited to bring our training Bootcamp series as a post-conference workshop for this years Adobe ColdFusion Summit EAST 2019 in Washington, DC from April 11-12th. Please note, that our training this year is AFTER the conference. This training series will be led by Box creator Luis Majano at the Regus Franklin Square 5 minute walk from the conference center. Register as soon as possible as space is very limited! Register Today!

Getting Started with FusionReactor (for ColdFusion Devs) [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 3/19/19 1:00 PM | ColdFusion
As a ColdFusion developer, you may know that it’s running as a J2EE server but also may have zero to no idea what that means in a practical sense. ColdFusion has always been easy to use, especially for developers from a non-traditional background, and this sometimes means there’s aspects of the platform that aren’t quite as easy to understand as others. A great example of this are the things that are more Java-centric. FusionReactor integrates with your ColdFusion server from a Java-perspecti

ColdFusion licensing for Docker and other containers [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 3/19/19 11:30 AM | Blog, ColdFusion, Modern CFML, blog, Docker, modern cfml
You may know that Adobe offers Docker images for CF and related CF services, for CF2018 and CF2016 currently. But have you wondered what the licensing is, to run such containers in production? Using them for development is free, of course, per typic

Watch this 4-part series of webinars on troubleshooting CF with FusionReactor [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 3/19/19 11:30 AM | Blog, ColdFusion, Troubleshooting, blog, troubleshooting
If you’re ever facing troubleshooting problems, in any version of CF, FusionReactor is a great tool to help. And to help you consider it and get started, I thought I’d share here news of a 4-part series of webinars I did this past month on “Troubleshooting with FusionReactor”. You can find them (and fuller descriptions) at the FR webinars site, which point to the

Getting Started with FusionReactor (for ColdFusion Devs) [+]
FusionReactor Java Performance Monitor: Blog | 3/19/19 2:30 AM | Blog Posts, Evangelism, coldfusion devs
Getting Started with FusionReactor (for ColdFusion Devs) As a ColdFusion developer, you may know that it’s running as a J2EE server but also may have zero to no idea what that means in a practical sense. ColdFusion has always been easy to use, especially for developers from a non-traditional background, and this sometimes means there’s […] The post Gett

[FRS-458] FusionReactor 8 Third Party License Agreements and Additional Notices [+]
FusionReactor Java Performance Monitor: Blog | 3/18/19 8:00 AM | Support, Technotes, FRS, FRS-458
FusionReactor 8 Third Party License Agreements and Additional Notices The post [FRS-458] FusionReactor 8 Third Party License Agreements and Additional Notices appeared first on FusionReactor.

Code Kata: Parsing Simple Timespan Strings Like 3h:12m:57s Using JavaScript [+]
Kinky Solutions | 3/17/19 10:00 AM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel looks at parsing simple timespan strings in JavaScript. And, what was originally intended as an exploration of Regular Expression pattern matching quickly becomes a philosophical discussion about embracing the "Robustness Principle" in web-application development. Truly a fun code kata....

Using The Non-Null Assertion Operator To Fix .shift() and .pop() Errors In TypeScript 3 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 3/16/19 10:00 AM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel uses the "Non-Null Assertion" operator (!) in TypeScript to tell the compiler that an expression always evaluates to a non-null value. This can fix "possibly undefined" compiler errors thrown when using the Array methods .shift() and .pop()....

Proof-of-Concept: InVision Screen Flow In Angular 7.2.7 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 3/15/19 7:00 AM | Javascript / DHTML, User Experiernce (UX), Work
Ben Nadel shares an idea that he wants to pitch to the Product Team at InVision. It's called "Screen Flow", and it automatically renders a Prototype as a directed, acyclic graph based on the embedded hotspots. He's looking for feedback so that he can polish the idea and gather "evidence of value" before he attempts to pitch it internally at InVision....

Email Validation has Changed in ColdFusion 11, 2016 & 2018... or is it broken? [+]
James Moberg | 3/14/19 7:30 PM | email validation java coldfusion bug
I recently upgraded an application to ColdFusion 2016 and clients started reporting issues with...

An Example of Nuxt.js with a Custom Generator [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 3/13/19 11:00 AM | vuejs, JavaScript
Last week I had the pleasure of speaking at DevNexus on multiple Vue.js topics, one of which was the Nuxt.js framework. I had previously looked at Nuxt many months ago and decided I didn’t like it. The main issue I ran into were documentation issues and - well to be honest - just a gut feeling. When I was asked if I could give a Nuxt presentation to cover for a speaker who had to cancel, I was happy for the opportunity to g

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