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Advent of Code - Day 2 [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 12/2/16 5:00 PM
The second day’s challenge for Advent of Code was a bit easier than the first, so it was nice to tackle it a bit quicker. The puzzle involves a set of directions for moving your fingers over a numeric keypad. Imagine a typical security keypad layed out like so: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Then take input in this form: LLRUDD UUD Each line represents a set of movements to the lef

Syncing LocalStorage In-Memory Cache With "storage" Events In Angular 2.1.1 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 12/2/16 7:00 AM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel looks at the "storage" event as a means to keep an in-memory cache synchronized with the LocalStorage object in an Angular 2 application....

Begin the Advent of Code! [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 12/1/16 6:00 PM
Forgive the somewhat dramatic title, but today begins one of the coolest coding challenges I’ve ever done, the Advent of Code. The Advent of Code presents you with two coding challenges a day. (The second is typically a minor modification of the first one.) You can solve the challenge anyway you want. They start off - mostly - kind of simple and then kind of go off the deep end towards the end. Last year I was able to do all but, maybe, 4

A Simple Stats Script for Hugo [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 12/1/16 2:00 PM
I’m somewhat obsessed with stats, and one of the things I look at is my rate of publishing overtime. I’ve run this blog since 2003 and have gone from blogging 30+ times a month to - well - somewhat less than that. Quality is - of course - far more important than quantity. But as a general stat, I just like to know how much I’m writing. My static site generator of choice, Hugo, doesn’t have anything built in to support getting t

Call For Speakers Open for Into The Box 2017 [+]
ColdBox Blog | 11/30/16 7:00 PM | Into The Box, News
We're gearing up to bring Into The Box back-- our yearly Ortus conference of Boxy goodness. This year will have some major changes from previous years.

Call For Speakers Open for Into The Box 2017 [+]
Ortus Solutions, Corp Blog RSS Feed by ContentBox | 11/30/16 7:00 PM | Into The Box, News
We're gearing up to bring Into The Box back-- our yearly Ortus conference of Boxy goodness. This year will have some major changes from previous years.

Scraping a web page in Node with Cheerio [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 11/30/16 2:00 PM
In yet another example of “I will build the most stupid crap ever if bored”, this week I worked on a Node script for the sole purpose of gathering data about SiriusXM. I’m a huge fan of the radio service (mostly because 99% of my local radio stations are absolute garbage, except for KRZS), and I was curious if the service had an API of some sorts. I was not able to find one, but I did find this page:

Ortus Solutions reaches a milestone with their Open Source Projects and number of Pull Requests [+]
Gavin Pickin - A Minute in the mind of Me | 11/30/16 1:00 PM | CFML Language, CFML Server, ColdBox, CommandBox, ContentBox, IntoTheBox, WireBox
Several years ago, my company and I spent time reevaluating the ColdFusion community, searching for a framework with great tooling, lots of documentation, training and professional support. We found that with Ortus Solutions and ColdBox. After a bootcamp, I started contributing however I could, a little code, some documentation, online presentations, conference sessions. At first, diving into Open Source was scary, but when you dip your toes to test the water, you realize its warm, like our C

Locale-Based Message Support Added to vadacl [+]
Thought Delimited | 11/29/16 11:00 PM | Angular 2
The latest release of my vadacl validation library for Angular 2 introduces a new feature:  locale-based error message configuration. Prior to this release, vadacl would allow you to configure the error message for a particular validation error condition for a particular object property in either the object-based validation settings or in the component responsible for the form controls.  And if y

Ortus Open Source Projects Celebrate 1000 Pull Requests! [+]
Ortus Solutions, Corp Blog RSS Feed by ContentBox | 11/29/16 10:00 AM | ColdFusion, Community, News
1000 Pulls and Counting... Ortus Solutions maintains a growing number of open source projects that are available to the community for collaboration. This includes everything from MVC to CLI tools, CMS, modules, and the documentation itself. We host all our projects on GitHub and encourage the community to contribute in big and small ways. We are extremely proud of the CFML Community this week as we have rolled over a giant milestone by closing our 1000th pull request to our open source reposito

Ortus Open Source Projects Celebrate 1000 Pull Requests! [+]
ColdBox Blog | 11/29/16 10:00 AM | ColdFusion, Community, News
1000 Pulls and Counting... Ortus Solutions maintains a growing number of open source projects that are available to the community for collaboration. This includes everything from MVC to CLI tools, CMS, modules, and the documentation itself. We host all our projects on GitHub and encourage the community to contribute in big and small ways. We are extremely proud of the CFML Community this week as we have rolled over a giant milestone by closing our 1000th pull request to our open source reposito

HP 27er Display Random Black Screen [+]
Chris Tierney | 11/28/16 6:00 PM | Hardware, 27er, Chrome, Google, HP, Windows 10
I recently replacing my aging monitor setup at

ColdFusion Circuit Breaker Project On GitHub [+]
Kinky Solutions | 11/27/16 11:00 AM | ColdFusion
Ben Nadel publishes his ColdFusion Circuit Breaker project on GitHub. While not a battled-tested implementation of a Circuit Breaker, it provides a place where he can evolve his understanding of the design pattern while also developing the code behind it....

PHP: decorating async GuzzleHttp calls - more methods [+]
Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 11/25/16 3:00 PM | Code Examples, GuzzleHttp, PHP
G'day:Here's yet another article about decorating an async GuzzleHttp adapter. So far in the series I've got this lot:PHP: decorating async GuzzleHttp callsPHP: decorating async GuzzleHttp calls - handling exceptions

PHP: decorating async GuzzleHttp calls [+]
Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 11/25/16 9:00 AM | GuzzleHttp, PHP, Promises
G'day:A while back I looked at the decorator pattern in the context of some stuff we were doing:Using a decorator pattern to reduce inappropriate code complexityDecorator Pattern vs simple inheritance

PHP: decorating async GuzzleHttp calls - handling exceptions a different way [+]
Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 11/25/16 9:00 AM | Code Examples, GuzzleHttp, PHP
G'day:The previous article ("PHP: decorating async GuzzleHttp calls - handling exceptions") detailed how I've used a simple decorator to intercept 4xx & 5xx HTTP responses from my web service and remap Guzzle's default exceptions and use my own ones.  It was basically just this:public function get($status){ return $this->adapter

PHP: decorating async GuzzleHttp calls - handling exceptions [+]
Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 11/25/16 9:00 AM | Code Examples, GuzzleHttp, PHP
G'day: This is a continuation from my earlier article - "PHP: decorating async GuzzleHttp calls". Hopefully it stands on its own merit, but perhaps y/day's one (ie: Thursday 17/11/2016) will offer some more context than I perhaps will repeat here. I do refer back to some of the code in that article. Go read it.Speaking of context though, we're in the process of re-decorating (in

PHP: decorating async GuzzleHttp calls - caching [+]
Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 11/25/16 9:00 AM | Code Examples, GuzzleHttp, PHP
G'day:This continues my series of exercise in decorating GuzzleHttp calls. Recap:PHP: decorating async GuzzleHttp callsPHP: decorating async GuzzleHttp calls - handling exceptionsPHP: decora

PHP: decorating async GuzzleHttp calls - multiple decorators [+]
Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 11/25/16 9:00 AM | Code Examples, GuzzleHttp, PHP
G'day:Here's yet another article about decorating an async GuzzleHttp adapter. So far in the series I've got this lot:PHP: decorating async GuzzleHttp callsPHP: decorating async GuzzleHttp calls - handling exceptions

Get Your Spark Page Stories Noticed [+]
Ben Forta | 11/24/16 9:00 PM | Spark
We just released an update to Spark Page. When sharing you'll now see a "Get noticed" option, check it and we'll make sure your stories get indexed by search engines, and we may even highlight them in Spark itself.

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