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30+ ForgeBox Packages of the Week from 2019 Modernize or Die® CFML News Podcast [+]
Ortus Blog | 1/17/20 9:00 AM | Community, ForgeBox, Modules, News, OpenSource, Podcasts
ForgeBox is the NPM of the ColdFusion world, and with CommandBox, CFML's CLI, you can easily add new functionality to your project with a simple `box install packageName`. We decided to dedicate a portion of our CFML News Podcast to ForgeBox Modules.We had 30+episodes in 2019, each with a ForgeBox Module, so we wanted to give you a way to see all of them in one place, so here they are.

30+ ForgeBox Packages of the Week from 2019 Modernize or Die® CFML News Podcast [+]
Ortus Solutions, Corp Blog RSS Feed by ContentBox | 1/17/20 9:00 AM | Community, ForgeBox, Modules, News, OpenSource, Podcasts
ForgeBox is the NPM of the ColdFusion world, and with CommandBox, CFML's CLI, you can easily add new functionality to your project with a simple `box install packageName`. We decided to dedicate a portion of our CFML News Podcast to ForgeBox Modules.We had 30+episodes in 2019, each with a ForgeBox Module, so we wanted to give you a way to see all of them in one place, so here they are.

How to solve failing "api" URLs, in CF2016 and 11 (not a problem in CF2018) [+]
Charlie Arehart's Blog | 1/16/20 10:00 PM | cf2016, cf11, webserver, troubleshooting, connector
If you're trying to run a request against CF 2016 (or perhaps 11), and the URL you're using has a path which starts with /api, you may find that the request fails to run (it may give a blank page). What gives? (It was related to the CF2016 API Manager, not CF's REST services feature.) And what can you do about it, if you are on CF2016 or 11, and you want to use /api for your URLs? There are are two choices, depending on your needs: in brief, you can either: change your /api f

How to solve failing URLs with "api", in CF2016 and 11 (not a problem in CF2018) [+]
Charlie Arehart's Blog | 1/16/20 8:30 PM | cf2016, cf11, webserver, troubleshooting, connector
If you're trying to run a request against CF 2016 (or perhaps 11), and the URL you're using has a path which starts with /api, you may find that the request fails to run (it may give a blank page). What gives? (It was related to the CF2016 API Manager, not CF's REST services feature.) And what can you do about it, if you are on CF2016 or 11, and you want to use /api for your URLs? There are are two choices, depending on your needs: in brief, you can either: change your /api f

Modernize or Die® Podcast – CFML News for January 14th, 2020 – Episode 36 [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 1/16/20 1:30 PM | Blog, CF Alive Podcast, Podcast, blog, cf alive podcast, CFML, coldbox, coldfusion_conference;, commandbox, podcast
For the show notes and audio version of the podcast – visit the website https://cfmlnews.modernizeordie.io/episodes/modernize-or-die-cfml-news-for-january-14th-2020 For the video version – watch on YouTube https://youtu.be/DLPQlgCLS4A Summary: Gavin and Brad host this weeks episode.They talk about CF Summit 2019

Galaxie Blog Winter Update and Roadmap [+]
Gregory Alexander | 1/15/20 11:00 PM | Galaxie Blog
I hope that everyone had a good holiday season- Happy Hanukkah, Merry Christmas, and all that jazz! Galaxie Blog Update What is Galaxie Blog? Galaxie Blog is the most modern and functional Coldfusion Blog in the world. Galaxie Blog is a free ColdFusion based blog platform, has an HTML5 interface, and is a beautifully designed responsive site that works flawlessly on desktop or mobile. Galaxie Blog is completely open-source! Galaxie Bog is open-sou

Understanding StackTraces in Java [+]
FusionReactor Java Performance Monitor: Blog | 1/15/20 8:00 AM | Evangelism, Technical Blogs
By guest author Thorben Janssen The StackTrace is one of the key concepts in Java. It’s a call stack for the thread and lists all method calls since the start of the thread. You have probably seen its textual representation in your log file or console output. It gets printed to System.out whenever an exception […] The post Understanding StackTraces in Java appeared

Modernize or Die® Podcast - CFML News for January 14th, 2020 - Episode 36 [+]
Ortus Solutions, Corp Blog RSS Feed by ContentBox | 1/15/20 7:30 AM | Podcasts
Gavin and Brad host this weeks episode.They talk about CF Summit 2019 Vegas releasing more videos from the sessions on YouTube. The playlist has 16 videos already. They also remind you to sign up for Rakshith's upcoming Webinar this week on CF2020. They talk about Gavin and Michael Born's plan for a new Live Coding Series this Wednesday. They discuss deadlines for workshops and call for speakers for Into the Box 2020 in Houston in May, so try and submit your ideas, as well as the Super Early Bir

Modernize or Die® Podcast - CFML News for January 14th, 2020 - Episode 36 [+]
Ortus Blog | 1/15/20 7:30 AM | Podcasts
Gavin and Brad host this weeks episode.They talk about CF Summit 2019 Vegas releasing more videos from the sessions on YouTube. The playlist has 16 videos already. They also remind you to sign up for Rakshith's upcoming Webinar this week on CF2020. They talk about Gavin and Michael Born's plan for a new Live Coding Series this Wednesday. They discuss deadlines for workshops and call for speakers for Into the Box 2020 in Houston in May, so try and submit your ideas, as well as the Super Early Bir

Strange MongoDB Error When Incrementing A Document Property In Lucee CFML 5.2.9.31 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 1/15/20 5:30 AM | ColdFusion
Ben Nadel documents a strange MongoDB error that he was running into when using the post-increment operator with the Java 3.9.1 driver inside Lucee CFML 5.2.9.31: java.lang.IncompatibleClassChangeError - Class org.bson.Document does not implement the requested interface lucee.runtime.type.Collection....

CFML Design Patterns and Uses [+]
South of Shasta | 1/15/20 12:30 AM
Design Patterns are some of the biggest benefits that come from using CFComponents. They're reusable techniques that can solve problems in a variety of projects - and the same patterns can be reused across other OOP languages as well. Just like a for() loop or an array, learning how to apply Design Patterns to your projects is a skill that will be helpful regardless of the type or size of your projects!  You may already be using a Design Pattern or 2 and not even realize it!

Protected: State of the CF Union 2020 [+]
TeraTech | 1/14/20 7:00 PM | Uncategorized
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Modernize or Die® - CFML News for January 14th, 2020 [+]
Modernize or Die | 1/14/20 3:30 PM
2020-01-14 Weekly News - Episode 36Watch the video version on YouTube at Hosts:Gavin Pickin - Software Consultant for Ortus SolutionsBrad Wood - Lead Architect for Ortus SolutionsNews and EventsCF Summit - Las Vegas 2019 - More Videos being released on Youtube/FacebookBlog - https://coldfu

List Logical Names from SQL Server bak file [+]
ColdFusion, Java, and Web Development | 1/13/20 2:00 PM | Databases
When restoring a SQL Server database from a bak file you may need to know what the Logical Names of the storage files are in order to restore them. Here's how you can do it from a SQL statement: RESTORE FILELISTONLY FROM DISK='/path/to/example-db.bak' The LogicalName in this case might be example and example_log, it doesn't always correspond to the file name of your bak file. If you are doing this inside a

30+ VS Code Hints Tips and Tricks of the Week from 2019 Modernize or Die® CFML News Podcast [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 1/13/20 7:00 AM | Announcement, Blog, News, announcement, blog, IDE, news
VS Code is the hottest IDE out there, and the most asked question I get at every conference I attend is, “what VS Code extensions are you using?”. Since I got this question so much, we decided to dedicate a portion of our CFML News Podcast to VS Code Hints, Tips and Tricks. We had 34 episodes in 2019, each with a VS Code hint tip or trick, so we wanted to give you a way to see all of them in one place, so

Five Things I'd Like To Learn in 2020 [+]
Michael Born - Web dev and such | 1/13/20 7:00 AM
One: How to Debug Slow Execution Times In FusionReactor I know what Fusion Reactor is, and I know what it does. I even know a little how it works and how to look at a slow-running request. What I don't know is how to make it useful after that. FR is really good at breaking down a request, method by method, to sho

Some Notes on Building Blogs with Gridsome [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 1/12/20 2:30 PM | gridsome, static sites
I’m doing some research for an upcoming presentation on Gridsome (An Introduction to Gridsome on January 22) and ran into an issue understanding how one particular feature works that is of particular interest to folks building blogs with Gridsome.

30+ VS Code Hints Tips and Tricks of the Week from 2019 Modernize or Die® CFML News Podcast [+]
Ortus Solutions, Corp Blog RSS Feed by ContentBox | 1/10/20 12:30 PM | IDE, News, OpenSource, Podcasts
VS Code is the hottest IDE out there, and the most asked question I get at every conference I attend is, what VS Code extensions are you using. Since I got this question so much, we decided to dedicate a portion of our CFML News Podcast to VS Code Hints, Tips and Tricks. We had 34 episodes in 2019, each with a VS Code hint tip or trick, so we wanted to give you a way to see all of them in one place, so here they are.

30+ VS Code Hints Tips and Tricks of the Week from 2019 Modernize or Die® CFML News Podcast [+]
Ortus Blog | 1/10/20 12:30 PM | IDE, News, OpenSource, Podcasts
VS Code is the hottest IDE out there, and the most asked question I get at every conference I attend is, what VS Code extensions are you using. Since I got this question so much, we decided to dedicate a portion of our CFML News Podcast to VS Code Hints, Tips and Tricks. We had 34 episodes in 2019, each with a VS Code hint tip or trick, so we wanted to give you a way to see all of them in one place, so here they are.

Using A Closure To Encapsulate Depth-First Tree Traversal In Lucee CFML 5.3.3.62 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 1/10/20 7:30 AM | ColdFusion
Ben Nadel looks at how to use a ColdFusion Closure to perform a depth-first tree traversal in a way that allows the tree traversal logic to be reused in a variety of contexts in Lucee CFML 5.3.3.62. Closures are so freaking powerful!...

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