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Relocating Ticket Work via GIT [+]
Computer Know How | 4/24/19 9:30 AM | GIT, SourceTree, Tips
Mis-referencing work on branches and feature branches happens. GIT provides renaming and history-altering tools to help us fix our silly mistakes. This post runs through a rather simple way to relocate work from one ticketing reference setup to another using SourceTree GIT management tools.

Lessons I Wish I Had Learned Much Earlier In My Web Development Career [+]
Kinky Solutions | 4/24/19 7:00 AM | Work
In the wake of an Incident, Ben Nadel reflects upon his career and attempts to provide a high-level overview of some of the most important lessons that he's learned along the way - lessons that he wishes he had learned much earlier in his web development career....

Five Reasons to Attend Into The Box 2019 [+]
South of Shasta | 4/22/19 8:30 PM | coldbox, ColdFusion, Into The Box, Speaking Engagements
Into The Box 2019 is next week! As you may have seen in my previous post I’m one of the speakers, and am giving a talk comparing CommandBox to Node.js. But really that’s a very minor thing happening at the conference. There are tons of more significant reasons you should be attending this event. Such as…

Using AWS Step Functions in CFML: What They Are and How To Connect to the Service [+]
Brian Klass | 4/22/19 5:00 PM
In my last series on using AWS services from CFML applications, I talked about using AWS Lambda to write serverless application functionality. Lambda is really powerful, but most developers who get started with Lambda quickly run into a significant architectural stumbling block. Developers (generally) develop applications, not single, standalone functions. There’s a common response to t

Adobe Evangelizing for ColdFusion at Developer Week [+]
TeraTech | 4/21/19 10:00 AM | CF Alive

An Experiment In Consuming Reactive-Form Events From Template-Driven Forms In Angular 7.2.13 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 4/21/19 7:00 AM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel creates a directive that attempts to expose Reactive Form event streams directly within template-driven forms in Angular 7.2.13. This allows template-driven forms to bind to (statusChange) and (valueChange) EventEmitters on the NgForm, NgModelGroup, and NgModel directives....

My First - And Possibly Last - Look At Reactive Forms In Angular 7.2.13 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 4/20/19 7:00 AM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel looks at Reactive Forms for the first time in Angular 7.2.13 and attempts to compare them to template-driven Forms. Given the 7-years difference in experience level, it's not really a fair comparison; but, based on what he has seen, he will be sticking with template-driven forms in the foreseeable future....

Vue Components FTW - VGauge (and a love letter to CodeSandbox) [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 4/19/19 11:30 AM | vuejs, vue components ftw, JavaScript
When I began this series I had a few things in mind - highlighting Vue components that were cool and easy to use. As part of my arbitrary guideline for “simple” I only wanted to use components that included support for script tag installation. In other words, you didn’t have to use a full Vue application but could simply add a script tag to your page. This made it especially easy to use with CodePen which I’ve b

Starting fresh with upgrade from CF 10 on Win 2008 R2 – recommendations? [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 4/19/19 10:00 AM | ColdFusion, Discussion, Updates, 2018, discussion, updates
Hello there. We wish to retire our Windows 2008 64-bit R2 servers which a number of them are still running CF 10 Enterprise. Which version of Coldfusion would your recommend that would be able to run well and security on a Windows 2016 R2 server? Thank you. The post Starting fresh with upgrade from CF 10 on Win 2008 R2 – recommendations?

Heavy Handed, but effective. Passing entire scopes into CFTHREAD. [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 4/19/19 10:00 AM | ColdFusion, Showcase, Troubleshooting, showcase, troubleshooting
The Scenario Recently, a company I work with wanted to improve the performance of their communication platform.  Their SaaS website allows their clients to communicate with their customers by sending out mass emails; pretty common stuff. When the client sends out an email, the ColdFusion template performs some pre-processing of the message. Add some preamble and some boilerplate to the message itself. Examine the “to” and “from” ad

Into the Box 2019 – All set up! and waiting for you [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 4/19/19 10:00 AM | Announcement, Blog, ColdFusion events, announcement, blog, coldfusion events, coldfusion_conference;
After the success at the CF Summit East in Washington DC, it seems that the spring conference season is fully underway.

How to write onError method [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 4/19/19 10:00 AM | Documentation, Public Beta Documentation, Question, ColdFusion, documentation, public beta documentation, question
I want to display the custom errror…I am not getting how to start the code…Or how to start writing onError method,can u help me with the flow and if possible send some sample code for hadling the custom error The post How to write onError method appeared first on ColdFusion.

CommandBox FusionReactor Module 4.0.0 Released [+]
Ortus Solutions, Corp Blog RSS Feed by ContentBox | 4/19/19 12:30 AM | CommandBox, FusionReactor, Releases
We'vereleased a new major version of our CommandBox FusionReactor module. This module allows you to easily add FusionReactor to any server you start with no manual installation or fiddling with JVM args. Usage install commandbox-fusionreactor fr register "myLicenseKey" server start Debug Libs One of the most-requested features is for it to include the JVM args that load the debugger libraries. This new version of the module will do that automatically for you now unless you set fusionreactor.debu

CommandBox FusionReactor Module 4.0.0 Released [+]
ColdBox Blog | 4/18/19 11:30 PM | CommandBox, FusionReactor, Releases
We'vereleased a new major version of our CommandBox FusionReactor module. This module allows you to easily add FusionReactor to any server you start with no manual installation or fiddling with JVM args. Usage install commandbox-fusionreactor fr register "myLicenseKey" server start Debug Libs One of the most-requested features is for it to include the JVM args that load the debugger libraries. This new version of the module will do that automatically for you now unless you set fusionreactor.debu

Speaking at Into The Box 2019 [+]
South of Shasta | 4/18/19 9:00 PM | coldbox, ColdFusion, Into The Box
Fresh off the heels of the Adobe ColdFusion Summit East, and it’s already time to get ready for another conference!  At the beginning of I’ll be speaking at Into The Box 2019 in Houston TX!

ITB2019 - Meet Dan Card [+]
Into the Box Conference | 4/18/19 12:30 PM | Into the Box, Sessions, Speakers
Tell us about... Tell us something funny about yourself? When I was little my mother led me to believe that I was funny. My wife has not forgiven her for this. Why should companies or developers modernize? Nothing in the world stays still. In fact, there is a certain level of entropy that enters our lives every day unless we actively push back against it. Call it the "cost of being alive" if it helps. To stop creating or to stop making our products and craftsman

Into the Box 2019 – All set up! and waiting for you [+]
TeraTech | 4/18/19 7:30 AM | IntoTheBox Conference

Updates available for Java 8 and 11, as of Apr 16 2019 [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 4/18/19 2:00 AM | Blog, Java, Upgrade, blog, ColdFusion, java, upgrade
CF users will want to note that Oracle has released new updates to Java 8 and Java 11, yesterday April 16, 2019. As usual, they contain important security updates and bug fixes. The latest updates are now 11.0.3 and Java 8u211 or 212. As for what those updates entail, see the release notes for each available on the Java release notes page. For some users, that’s a

Blocking Web Sites from Prompting for Notifications [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 4/17/19 4:00 PM | Development
In general, I’m a fan of new capabilities that come to the web platform. Unfortunately, sometimes a new feature is released that is abused as hell by web sites making you wish the feature had never even been considered. In this case, I don’t necessarily blame web developers, as I think they already know that a particular feature is being abused, but rather managers who insist that they know what they’re doing and “users really want this”.

ColdFusion Vs Java (Afraid to Know Which One is Better?) [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 4/17/19 9:00 AM | Application Performance, Discussion, Performance, application performance, discussion, Hacking, performance
Contents RAD Speed of Development and Agility

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