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[Video] Infinite Scrolling with Mura 7 - MuraCon 2017 [+]
Mura CMS Blog | 12/14/17 8:00 PM | How-To, Mura 7, Mura CMS, MuraCon 2017 Videos, Video
In the age of asynchronous single-page applications and seemingly endless content bingeing, a seamless experience is increasingly crucial when attempting to keep an audience engaged. Whether perusing headlines, researching rock bands or scrolling social feeds, every click of a link or press of a button is an added point of friction in the user’s experience. Omitting these small actions helps eliminate distraction, creating Flow in the experience. In this video, South of Shasta’s N

The 12 Tips of (CommandBox) Christmas 2017- Day 1 - Task Runners [+]
Ortus Solutions, Corp Blog RSS Feed by ContentBox | 12/14/17 4:00 PM | 12 Tips of (CommandBox) Christmas, CommandBox
It's that time of year again.Trees are lit, presents are being wrapped, and relatives are coming to visit.That's right, it's time again for the 12 days of (CommandBox) Christmas-- 2017 edition!We'll publish one invaluable hint from today until Christmas right here on the Ortus blog.Consider it our early Christmas gift to you. Right, so let's get going.Today's tip are about CommandBox task runners.These are now the easiest and most robust way to do CLI scripting in CFML.

The 12 Tips of (CommandBox) Christmas 2017- Day 1 - Task Runners [+]
ColdBox Blog | 12/14/17 4:00 PM | 12 Tips of (CommandBox) Christmas, CommandBox
It's that time of year again.Trees are lit, presents are being wrapped, and relatives are coming to visit.That's right, it's time again for the 12 days of (CommandBox) Christmas-- 2017 edition!We'll publish one invaluable hint from today until Christmas right here on the Ortus blog.Consider it our early Christmas gift to you. Right, so let's get going.Today's tip are about CommandBox task runners.These are now the easiest and most robust way to do CLI scripting in CFML.

The 12 Modules of (ForgeBox) Christmas — Day 2 — cbmailservices [+]
Ortus Solutions, Corp Blog RSS Feed by ContentBox | 12/14/17 3:00 PM | 12 Modules of (ForgeBox) Christmas, ForgeBox, Modules
ForgeBox is your first stop for when you need some new functionality for your application, be that a utility library, an SDK, a framework, or something else. Today we'll take a look at one of the tools for helping manage sending emails — cbmailservices. cbmailservices cbmailservices provides a protocol-based service to send emails as well as mail merge functionality to easily customize emails. But what about good 'ole cfmail? Well, you can still use it! cbmailservices ships with a CFMailP

The 12 Modules of (ForgeBox) Christmas — Day 2 — cbmailservices [+]
ColdBox Blog | 12/14/17 3:00 PM | 12 Modules of (ForgeBox) Christmas, ForgeBox, Modules
ForgeBox is your first stop for when you need some new functionality for your application, be that a utility library, an SDK, a framework, or something else. Today we'll take a look at one of the tools for helping manage sending emails — cbmailservices. cbmailservices cbmailservices provides a protocol-based service to send emails as well as mail merge functionality to easily customize emails. But what about good 'ole cfmail? Well, you can still use it! cbmailservices ships with a CFMailP

The 12 Tips of (ContentBox) Christmas 2017 - Day 1 - Multi Factor Authentication [+]
Ortus Solutions, Corp Blog RSS Feed by ContentBox | 12/14/17 2:00 PM | 12 Tips of (ContentBox) Christmas, ContentBox CMS
At Ortus Solutions, we love the holidays, and we wanted to gift you a gift of developer productivity, we will share a few tips and tricks that will keep giving all year around. In this series we'll be giving you 12 ContentBox tips. Keep your eye out for other 12 tips of Christmas series on our blog, including a new one this year, 12 modules of Christmas on ForgeBox. Day 1 This is one of our biggest features for ContentBox is our two factor authentication framework. That's right, we built a two f

The 12 Tips of (ContentBox) Christmas 2017 - Day 1 - Multi Factor Authentication [+]
ColdBox Blog | 12/14/17 2:00 PM | 12 Tips of (ContentBox) Christmas, ContentBox CMS
At Ortus Solutions, we love the holidays, and we wanted to gift you a gift of developer productivity, we will share a few tips and tricks that will keep giving all year around. In this series we'll be giving you 12 ContentBox tips. Keep your eye out for other 12 tips of Christmas series on our blog, including a new one this year, 12 modules of Christmas on ForgeBox. Day 1 This is one of our biggest features for ContentBox is our two factor authentication framework. That's right, we built a two f

Considering LocalStorage And The Browser Cookies As Integration Databases [+]
Kinky Solutions | 12/13/17 6:00 PM | Javascript / DHTML, Work
Ben Nadel noodles on the role of front-end data stores like the localStorage API and the Cookies collection as the front-end application is broken up into different deployable units. Does this decomposition and separation of concerns inadvertently turn front-end data stores into "integration databases"?...

The 12 Modules of (ForgeBox) Christmas — Day 1 — Hyper [+]
Ortus Solutions, Corp Blog RSS Feed by ContentBox | 12/13/17 3:00 PM | 12 Tips of (ForgeBox) Christmas, ForgeBox, Modules
The 12 Modules of (ForgeBox) Christmas — Day 1 — Hyper We enjoyed bringing you tips for CommandBox and ContentBox last year for the 12 days of Christmas so much that we decided to do it again! This year, I'm happy to show you 12 different modules currently hosted on ForgeBox just waiting to make your life easier. So grab a hot drink and cozy up for the 12 Tips of (ForgeBox) Christmas. Hyper Hyper exists to make your life making network requests easier. Here's the simplest Hyper exa

The 12 Modules of (ForgeBox) Christmas — Day 1 — Hyper [+]
ColdBox Blog | 12/13/17 3:00 PM | 12 Tips of (ForgeBox) Christmas, ForgeBox, Modules
The 12 Modules of (ForgeBox) Christmas — Day 1 — Hyper We enjoyed bringing you tips for CommandBox and ContentBox last year for the 12 days of Christmas so much that we decided to do it again! This year, I'm happy to show you 12 different modules currently hosted on ForgeBox just waiting to make your life easier. So grab a hot drink and cozy up for the 12 Tips of (ForgeBox) Christmas. Hyper Hyper exists to make your life making network requests easier. Here's the simplest Hyper exa

New IBM Composer Feature - Additional Action Logging [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 12/12/17 10:00 PM
A pretty cool update landed in IBM Composer today, and I want to thank IBM engineer Kerry Chang for letting me know about it. When visualizing compositions, Composer will return information about the output of your actions, but do not provide that level of input for inine functions. Now typically these are very small bits o

Writing a bill calendar with Node and Express [+]
Shane's ramblings | 12/12/17 9:00 PM | Javascript, Mongoose, NodeJS
Everyone has their “go to” application when it comes to learning a new software stack. I believe every programmer out there has written the venerable “Hello World” application at least once in their lifetime. Todo apps were all the rage when Angular came on the scene. Some folks I know like writing blog applications. My app of choice is a bill calendar. It may seem like a

Adding Referrer Protection to OpenWhisk Actions [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 12/11/17 10:00 PM
Today I was thinking about what it would take to add referrer-style protection to an OpenWhisk API. What I mean by that is the ability to say that a particular API can only be called from certain domains. To be clear, this is not secure in any "real" fashion. This Stack Overflow question does a great job of addressing why not: "Does refer

Providing Services As Both A Multi-Collection And As An Individual Injectable In Angular 5.1.0 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 12/11/17 6:00 PM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel experiments with the dependency-injection container in Angular and confirms that a Service can be provided as both an individual injectable and as part of a multi-collection at the same time....

[FRS-441] Retaining FusionReactor logs in Docker Environment [+]
FusionReactor Java Performance Monitor: Blog | 12/11/17 4:00 PM | Support, Technotes, FRS, FRS-441, Linux
Retaining FusionReactor logs in Docker Environment

Interactive Git Rebase: Moving White-Space Changes To An Isolated Commit [+]
Kinky Solutions | 12/9/17 1:00 PM | Work
Ben Nadel demonstrates how to use an interactive rebase in git to move white-space changes to their own commit such that Pull Requests (PR) become easier to read and reason about....

An Example of Form Validation with Vue.js [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 12/8/17 1:00 AM
I was a bit torn about today's blog post. When it comes to form validation, I'm a huge fan of validating via HTML attributes. In fact, I just ran across a great post today on the subject by Dave Rupert, "Happier HTML5 Form Validation". However, I know folks have issues with HTML validation, and it doesn't cover every use case, and finally, I thought it would just be plain

Quick Example of Apache Cordova and Vue.js [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 12/6/17 4:00 PM
Normally when building Cordova apps, I either use no JavaScript framework at all, or I use Angular with Ionic. But as you can tell by my recent posts, I've become infactuated with Vue.js lately. While the Ionic folks are working on making it easy to use Vue instead of Angular, I thought I'd demonstrate a quick example of how simple it is to use Vue with Cordova. I'm not going to worry about UI for this post, but rather show how to wait for the deviceread

Mura Demystified: The JSON API, Getting Friendly with Feeds [+]
Mura CMS Blog | 12/6/17 1:00 AM | How-To, Mura 7, Mura CMS, Mura Demystified
Mura's JSON API provides a robust yet elegantly simple means for collecting, filtering and sorting content - complete with Mura's built-in permissions, pagination, and other familiar options - directly from the source, completely outside of the admin interface or other Mura UI. Grant provides some simple examples and useful resources for exploring and interacting with content feeds via the JSON API.

Building Related Selects with Vue.js [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 12/5/17 4:00 PM
My buddy Nic Raboy has been posting some great "how to do X" style posts on Vue.js lately and it's inspired me to do the same. With that in mind, I decided to work on what I thought would be a simple demo of "related selects" - this is a common UI interface where one drop down drives the content of another. While working on the demos though I ran into some interesting edge cases that

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