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Modernize or Die® - CFML News for August 13th, 2019 [+]
Modernize or Die | 8/15/19 12:00 AM
Watch the full video on YouTube https://youtu.be/zQEnJdYvTF02019-08-13 Weekly News - Episode 14Hosts: Gavin Pickin - Software Consultant for Ortus Solutions Brad Wood - Lead Architect for Ortus Solutions News and EventsDid you know we have another Modernize or Die Podcast - SoapBox Edition?We do, the website is https://soapb

Two Security Approaches You Should Be Taking on Your Network [+]
Josh Adam's Blog | 8/14/19 10:00 PM | Router, Creative Solutions
Routers these days are very sophisticated in regards to what they can do and you should take the time to configure yours to provide robust security. While not meant to be in any way comprehensive as to everything you should be doing from a security perspective on your router, this post offers 2 security approaches you should be implementing with your devices and router(s): Use the guest network for anything that doesn't need to talk to other devices on the network.

Use DHCP Reservations Instead of Static IP Addresses [+]
Josh Adam's Blog | 8/14/19 10:00 PM | Router, Networking
I was in an online discussion recently in which the other party talked about using static IP addresses on his/her devices. And I told that person this: the only time I can conceive of there being a need to utilize a static IP address on a device is if the device doesn't support DHCP, which would be a very rare situation. As long as a device supports DHCP, the best way to get that device to utilize a known and consistent IP address is to utilize DHCP with the device and a DHCP reservation in

Use a More Sophisticated IP Address Scheme on Your Network [+]
Josh Adam's Blog | 8/14/19 10:00 PM | Router
Let's assume that your router's IP address is set as 192.168.0.1. Yours might be different and that's fine, I just need to assume something here for this post. Generally, at least in home networking situations, routers are configured to have 255.255.255.0 for their subnet mask. So then, based on the previous assumption of 192.168.0.1 for your router's IP address, your router's local network is everything 192.168.0.x. But in most routers, you're not constrained to that subnet mask of 25

My Thoughts on Documentation [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 8/14/19 5:00 PM | development
I am incredibly opinionated about technical documentation. While my degree was in English, my focus in college was technical writing. I’ve written over six thousand blog posts and worked on around fifteen books. I am not trying to brag about my ability (which, trust me, can always use the skill of an editor), but rather to provide some context as to why, when I’m testing a cool new utility or API, I judge it based on the level of documentation and how much care (or how little) is put

096 Adobe ColdFusion 2020 Roadmap (Multi-cloud, micro-services and more), with Ashish Garg [+]
TeraTech | 8/14/19 12:30 PM | CF Alive Podcast, CFML, ColdFusion 2018, ColdFusion 2020, Cool Stuff, Learn ColdFusion, Modernize ColdFusion, Roadmap, Adobe Roadmap, ColdFusion, Coldfusion 2020
Ashish Garg talks about “Adobe ColdFusion 2020 Roadmap (Multi-cloud, micro-services and more), with Ashish Garg” in this episode of the CF Alive Podcast, with host Michaela Light. Episode Highlights ColdFusion Future

096 Adobe ColdFusion 2020 Roadmap (Multi-cloud, micro-services and more), with Ashish Garg- Transcript [+]
TeraTech | 8/14/19 12:00 PM | CFML, ColdFusion 2018, ColdFusion 2020, Cool Stuff, Learn ColdFusion, Modernize ColdFusion, Roadmap, Transcript

best practices for coldfusion 2018 [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 8/14/19 8:30 AM | ColdFusion, Question, Troubleshooting, 2018, administrator, question, ssl, troubleshooting
Hi, I have a question regarding the number of instances that may exist for license, or what are the best practices regarding the instances and requirements for license, for coldfusion 2018 The post best practices for coldfusion 2018 appeared first on ColdFusion.

Prevent concurrent logins using cflogin [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 8/14/19 8:30 AM | Blog, ColdFusion, Modern CFML, 2018, blog, modern cfml
Today I discovered that you can prevent concurrent logins by using cflogin. This was added in ACF11 but completely passed me by and is a nice feature so thought it was worth a quick blog post in case others like myself weren’t aware of it. You may have noticed that the CFIDE doesn’t allow concurrent logins using the same account on two devices at the same time. You may want to prevent concurrent logins (the same user account being used to login to the system at

Linked Folder [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 8/14/19 8:30 AM | CF2018 Updates, ColdFusion 2018, Question, 2018, cf2018 updates, coldfusion 2018, question
I have been developing ASP.Net pages with Visual Syudio for years. I am trying to learn Cold Fusion. I tried to take a class with Learning Tree on Cold Fusion in Jan 2019 but it was cancelled. So I rescheduled in April and it was cancelled as well. I found a online class called Learn Cold Fusion in a Week and struggled through it having to adapt Cold Fusion 10 to Cold Fusiln 2018 and MySql to Sql Server. I used Notepad ++ as my editor. Two days ago we purchased Cold Fusion Builder. I am havin

Form Processing in CFScript Part Three: Sending Email Notifications [+]
Michael Born - Web dev and such | 8/14/19 8:00 AM
In this series so far, we've looked at how to validate a form entry and how to save that form entry to the database. Today we'll see how we can notify a person (usually a site admin or editor) that a new form entry has been submitted and processed by simply sending an email. Email works well for form notifications because the entire entry will usually fit in a single email, and replying to an email can send a message to the original user who filled out the form. Contrast that with SMS

Playing With The Zip Virtual File System (VFS) In Lucee 5.3.2.77 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 8/14/19 6:30 AM | ColdFusion
Ben Nadel has fun playing with the Zip Virtual File System (VFS) in Lucee CFML 5.3.2.77. The Zip VFS allows Zip archive files to be treated just like any other directory on the file system that you can read from or write to....

ColdFusion Class Checker [+]
FusionReactor Java Performance Monitor: Blog | 8/14/19 3:30 AM | Blog Posts
FusionReactor is used to monitor many ColdFusion servers but our support team keeps seeing an issue that FusionReactor cannot solve. This issue is that some of the ColdFusion classes, for the template cache, become corrupt.  This corruption isn’t caused by ColdFusion itself but when users or Windows Updates shut down the running instance.  If ColdFusion […] The post ColdFusion C

Microservice support in FusionReactor 8.2.0 [+]
FusionReactor Java Performance Monitor: Blog | 8/14/19 3:30 AM | News
In FusionReactor 8.2.0 we have added support for the Java application Frameworks okHTML, Spring Boot and Micronaut.  This brings the list of supported Java application frameworks to; Spring framework, Spring Boot, okHTML, Micronaut, Struts 2, Play, Vaadin, JSF, Vertx, Grizzly and Jersey. In this blog, we look at why Microservices are beneficial to organizations, things […] The post

What’s new in 8.2 [+]
FusionReactor Java Performance Monitor: Blog | 8/14/19 3:30 AM | Blog Posts, News
FusionReactor 8.2 has now been released; this release has been modelled around user feedback. what is LDAP? Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) is a client/server protocol used to access and manage directory information. It reads and edits directories over IP networks and runs directly over TCP/IP using simple string formats for data transfer. It was […] The post What’s new

Amazing account manager service [+]
FusionReactor Java Performance Monitor: Blog | 8/14/19 3:30 AM | News
What do you like best? Andy McAuliffe answered my original query and persevered with a really positive outcome for the company. He regularly followed up with me to ask how things were going and to check if we had any issues. What do you dislike? I am not in the technical team so cannot answer […] The post Amazing account manager service appeared first on

FusionReactor Is Perfect for CFML Troubleshooting [+]
FusionReactor Java Performance Monitor: Blog | 8/14/19 3:30 AM | News
FusionReactor Is Perfect for CFML Troubleshooting “FusionReactor Is Perfect for CFML Troubleshooting” What do you like best? Being able to troubleshoot long-running web requests and SQL queries. Having access to the actual SQL that was generated is extremely helpful in diagnosing problems. Finally, enabling code test coverage is a fantastic edition for developers! What do […] The post

Unexpected Variable Assignment Using Function LocalMode Modern With Nested Closures In Lucee 5.3.2.77 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 8/13/19 9:30 AM | ColdFusion
Ben Nadel looks at the issue of using nested Functions in a ColdFusion application that defines a localmode of "modern" as the default behavior in Lucee 5.3.2.77. And, as a few ways to get around the "unexpected" variable assignment behavior....

Adding a User to the Administrators Group on a Synology Router [+]
Josh Adam's Blog | 8/12/19 9:00 PM | Router, Creative Solutions, NAS, Synology, ioSafe
Background I am a huge fan of Synology products. I started with an ioSafe disaster-proof NAS powered by Synology. I bought it because I had a very typical NAS use case: I had some very important data that I wanted to safely store and make accessible via my network. And my ioSafe NAS is amazing at doing that job for me! However, once I got it, I realized it is so much more than just netw

Adding a User to the Administrators Group in Synology SRM [+]
Josh Adam's Blog | 8/12/19 8:00 PM | Router, Creative Solutions, NAS, Synology, ioSafe
Background I am a huge fan of Synology products. I started with an ioSafe disaster-proof NAS powered by Synology. I bought it because I had a very typical NAS use case: I had some very important data that I wanted to safely store and make accessible via my network. And my ioSafe NAS is amazing at doing that job for me! However, once I got it, I realized it is so much more than just netw

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