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Introducing Galaxie Blog 1.35 with a new Parallax Scene [+]
Gregory Alexander | 9/16/19 5:00 PM | Parallax, Galaxie Blog

Is there a way to define scheduled task execution time to the specific seconds? [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 9/16/19 3:00 PM | ColdFusion, Question, Scheduler, 11, question, scheduler
Hi All, Is there a way to define scheduled task execution time to the specific seconds? The idea is to have multiple tasks executing at the same interval, but the time of execution is spread out. Currently, I have 3 different scheduled tasks that execute every 30 seconds. Each task takes the result of the previous task to create an outcome. All 3 tasks will execute bang on the minute/half minute (ie, :00 or :30) For example: 1s

ColdFusion 2018 on Ubuntu – problem download installer from Adobe [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 9/16/19 3:00 PM | CF2018 Updates, ColdFusion 2018, Question, cf2018 updates, ColdFusion, coldfusion 2018, question
I am trying to download the ColdFusion 2018 installer for Linux from Adobe. After filling out the information form (several times!!) and submitting, I get a message Sorry, this page is unavailable and some text in Japanese. Anybody know how to get the installer? TIA, Mark L-R The post ColdFusion 2018 on Ubuntu – problem download inst

Regular Expression Anchors with multiple lines [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 9/16/19 3:00 PM | Blog, ColdFusion, Modern CFML, 2018, blog, modern cfml
In CFML, you can use anchors to match the start and /or end of the string you are testing against. To match the start of the string you’d use ^ and to match the end of the string you’d use $. Here’s an example of using the ^ anchor to match the first word in a string: s = "Apple line 1 1000"; words = s.reMatchNoCase("[a-z]+"); firstword = s.reMatchNoCase("^[a-z]+"); writeDump(words); // ["Apple","line"] writeDump(f

Adding custom user metrics to AppDynamics through ColdFusion using Java [+]
Evagoras Charalambous blog | 9/16/19 1:30 PM | ColdFusion, appdynamics, metrics, query
AppDynamics allows the addition of custom metrics to their stored logs through Java, so it's easy to use that functionality through ColdFusion. The post Adding custom user metrics to AppDynamics through ColdFusion using Java appeared first on Evagoras Charalambous.

Using An Immediately Invoked Function Expression (IIFE) And CachedWithin To Easily Cache Steps In A Procedural Script In Lucee [+]
Kinky Solutions | 9/14/19 8:30 AM | ColdFusion
Ben Nadel demonstrates how to use an Immediately Invoked Function Expression (IIFE) in conjunction with the CachedWithin Function memoization feature in Lucee CFML in order to easily cache steps in a procedural algorithm without very much ceremony....

Google Lighthouse Metrics for Galaxie Blog Version 1.35 [+]
Gregory Alexander | 9/13/19 3:00 PM | Galaxie Blog
I am finally done chasing a nearly perfect Google lighthouse score and have released Galaxie Blog version 1.35. I have a perfect score for 3 out of 4 categories, and the performance score generally falls between 70 and 90. Performance: 90%1 Accessibility: 100% Best Practices: 100%2 and SEO (Search Engine Optimization): 100% Attaining this score was not easy- especially for a large blog site. I spent over a month working on all a

State of the CF Union 2019 Survey, with Brad Wood (in-depth analysis) – Transcript [+]
TeraTech | 9/13/19 1:30 PM | Transcript
Read the show notes and download the episode here

State of the CF Union 2019 Survey, with Brad Wood (in-depth analysis) [+]
TeraTech | 9/13/19 1:30 PM | Uncategorized
The final results for the 2019 State of the CF Union survey are out. Thanks to all the CFers who filled it out this year. Discover what most developers use for tools, languages, database and development methods. Before we begin with the results, we’d like to thank everyone who participated and responded to this year’s survey. And a special thanks to Brad Wood who helped me edit the survey questions and reviewed the results with me.

Beware that Adobe forum content created between Aug 22 and Sep 12 will be LOST [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 9/12/19 9:00 PM | Announcement, Blog, General, announcement, blog, ColdFusion, general
Wow, I just noticed some news today, Sep 3, which–to me–is tragic. (This is about the CF Forums, though, not this CF portal where you are reading this.) If you visit the front page of any of the Adobe CF forums or subforums (like for CF Administration), as well as several other non-ColdFusion Adobe foru

ColdFusion Function Arguments now support Integer [+]
ColdFusion, Java, and Web Development | 9/12/19 11:30 AM | ColdFusion
As you may know when you create a function argument that accepts an integer in CFML you can use the type numeric which is good, but possibly not as specific as you would like. It turns out in CF2016 and CF2018 you can now specify integer as the type! For example: numeric function add(integer x, integer y) { return x+y; } The above will throw an exception if you try to pass something like 2.5 in to one of the inte

Couldn’t do without it! [+]
FusionReactor Java Performance Monitor: Blog | 9/11/19 10:30 AM | Blog Posts, News
What do you like best? The ability to be able to see instantly exactly what is going on with my applications, in real time, and to be able to quickly and efficiently pinpoint and debug issues all in one package. What do you dislike? There is very little not to like. The only thing that […] The post Couldn’t do without it! appeared first on

Modernize or Die® - CFML News for September 10th, 2019 [+]
Modernize or Die | 9/11/19 10:00 AM
2019-09-10 Weekly News - Episode 18Hosts: Gavin Pickin - Software Consultant for Ortus Solutions Brad Wood - Lead Architect for Ortus Solutions News and EventsWebinar - CommandBox Service ManagerBrad Wood, lead programmer of CommandBox and CommandBox Service Manager, will guide you throughout all functionalities and possible applications of the Service Manager Mo

Getting Started In CFML: A Resource List for Newbies [+]
Michael Born - Web dev and such | 9/11/19 8:00 AM
If you are going to learn CFML in 2019, you need the best resources available. In this post I'll share tutorials, video channels, and even podcasts you can use to help you begin learning CFML. I will do my best to keep this list up to date - feel free to comment or message me with links or updates. Tutorials These tutorials are (currently) the best way to get started with CFML. You can learn all about the syntax, see

CFObject in CF 2018 for calling a COM object [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 9/10/19 5:30 PM | 32-bit Support, ColdFusion 2018, Question, 32-bit support, ColdFusion, coldfusion 2018, question
When calling the activePDF toolkit dll using this: <CFOBJECT ACTION=”Create” TYPE=”COM” CLASS=APToolkit.Object NAME=”TK”> I get this error: An exception occurred when instantiating a COM object. The cause of this exception was that: AutomationException: 0x80040154 – Class not registered. I did register the .dll  Also this is on Windows server 2016 This doesn’t happen in CF11 but does in CF 2018.  Any help

How To Find Your Next Job As a ColdFusion Developer (Job hunting tips for CFers) [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 9/10/19 5:30 PM | Announcement, Blog, ColdFusion Meetup, 2018, announcement, blog, coldfusion meetup, development
Perhaps you’re an up-and-coming ColdFusion developer raring for a new challenge. Maybe you’re looking to switch languages to work with . Or you could be looking for your first job as a ColdFusion developer! (I’ve been there, and it’s so much fun getting that first ColdFusion notch i

Discriminated Unions Don't Seem To Work In Angular 9.0.0-next.5 When fullTemplateTypeCheck Is Enabled [+]
Kinky Solutions | 9/10/19 8:00 AM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel demonstrates that the fullTemplateTypeCheck compile option in Angular 9.0.0-next.5 does not appear to be able to use the ngSwitch and ngSwitchCase directives to validate a Discriminated Union within an Angular component template....

A National Parks Service API Demo with Vue.js [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 9/9/19 12:00 PM | vuejs, javascript
This weekend I was on the road and had some time to build (yet another) application with Vue.js. I don’t think this one necessarily does anything terribly cool. At minimum it was more “exercise” for my Vue muscles and provides another demo I can share with folks. As always though, if you have any suggestions or feedback in general, just let me know. If posts like these aren’t helpful, also free free to share!

Creating An Incrementing Input Directive Inspired By Chrome Dev Tools In Angular 9.0.0-next.5 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 9/9/19 8:00 AM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel draws inspiration from the Chrome Dev Tools and creates a Directive in Angular 9.0.0-next.5 that allows the user to increment and decrement numeric substrings of an Input form control using their Up and Down arrows....

How to speed up your site with lazy loading [+]
Gregory Alexander | 9/9/19 5:30 AM | Lazy Loading
Lazy loading is a process where you defer loading your non-essential scripts and media until after the page loads. With lazy loading, you don't load everything at once, however, you defer the loading of images and scripts until they are actually needed. This is essential if you're trying to improve the load time of your site. In this technical article, I will show you the process that I used in order to vastly improve the performance of this blog site. Let's take

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