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ColdFusion: exactly what you are installing when you install this recent security "hot fix" [+]
Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 8/30/15 10:00 AM | Adobe, ColdFusion 10, ColdFusion 11
G'day:Adobe recently released a security fix for a security issue in ColdFusion's Flash Remoting services. It impacts all versions of ColdFusion which ship with Flash Remoting (that's at least ColdFusion 9 through ColdFusion 11, but possibly older versions too). Only CF10 and CF11 have been patched, although Piyush claim

Mura Basics: Getting Help [+]
Mura CMS Blog | 8/28/15 9:00 PM
As the Mura CMS community continues to expand and evolve, there are a growing number of ways to find out about Mura, and an increasing number of sources for useful tips, samples, ideas and instructions.For new developers, this can be both encouraging and overwhelming.

Accessing The View-Model Inside The Link Function When Using Controller-As In AngularJS [+]
Kinky Solutions | 8/28/15 1:00 PM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel demonstrates how to access the "view model" inside the directive link function when you are using the "controller as" syntax in AngularJS....

Creating A ReactJS-Inspired "Props" Object In AngularJS [+]
Kinky Solutions | 8/28/15 1:00 PM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel looks at how the concept of "props" in ReactJS can be implemented in AngularJS when building component directives that use the isolate scope....

ColdFusion: another security hole has been patched (CF10 and CF11) [+]
Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 8/27/15 7:00 PM | ColdFusion 10, ColdFusion 11
G'day:Just so yer aware, another update for ColdFusion was released this afternoon (UK time). Apparently there's a security hole in ColdFusion's BlazeDS integration which has been fixed. I don't actually know what CF uses BlazeDS for, I have to admit. I don't even know what BlazeDS even is, now that I come to think of it. [quickly googles...]BlazeDS is a server-based Java remoting and web messaging

ColdFusion 11 Update 6 and ColdFusion 10 Update 17 now available [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 8/27/15 6:00 PM | Security, Adobe ColdFusion, Adobe ColdFusion 10, Adobe ColdFusion 11, ColdFusion, ColdFusion 11
The following ColdFusion updates are now available for download. These updates address a common XXE vulnerability in BlazeDS. For details refer the security bulletin hyperlinks in the sections below. Users who are using LCDS with ColdFusion, should refer this technote, for updating their LCDS installation. ColdFusion 11 Update 6 This Update addresses a vulner

Experimenting With "Query String Zones" In AngularJS [+]
Kinky Solutions | 8/27/15 1:00 PM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel looks at how to use custom directives, in AngularJS, to generate HREF values that only affect the query-string portion of the URL....

CFML: how should int() behave? [+]
Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 8/27/15 12:39 PM | CFML, John Whish, Salted
G'day:One of the scintillating conversations on the CFML Slack channel today was regarding people's expectations of CFML's int() function. Ross had this expression:int(35 - (1013 / (13+1)))And he quite legitimately expected the result to be -37 (the float value before converting to an int is -37.357142857143). However because CFML is daft (IMO), its integer conversion follows this rule:Calcul

Faux File Upload Input [+]
Chris Tierney | 8/27/15 4:00 AM | HTML, file, upload
The element <input type=”file”> is very ugly in most browsers and it seems that even Bootstrap didn’t put any effort into sprucing it up. My end objective was to have a user press a rectangle box with a title inside which would open a file dialog and ultimately upload that file. At first I thought this would be easy after some quick research in Google land. Not so. Note: I’m using the jQuery 2.x library in my examples

AngularJS, Jasmine Testing, and Mocking Global Objects [+]
Cutter's Crossing | 8/26/15 6:00 PM | JavaScript, Jasmine, AngularJS
So, you've made the jump to writing tests for your code. You've discovered the value of TDD, and even integrated it into your CI process. Awesome! Well, until your tests fail. Then you bang your head against your desk, trying to figure out how to test "this" scenario, and get totally frustrated by the lack of information. Makes you want to quit writing code and start driving the little cart around the driving range that picks up the golf balls. We've all been there.

CFML: ways to help or be helped with ColdFusion and Lucee [+]
Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 8/26/15 8:00 AM | CFML, CFMLDeveloper, ColdFusion, Dominic Watson, Lucee, Russ Michaels
G'day:This article has been inspired by "reports of the death of the House of Fusion CFML forums are not greatly exaggerated". I dunno of anyone has been able to reach whoever represented the human manifestation of HoF, or just the continued radio-silence has been inferred as demise.Russ from CFMLDeveloper has started a new Google Group to fill the

Connector Backup [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 8/26/15 7:00 AM
Everyone using ColdFusion  with connector might have faced a scenario where connector has to be uninstalled and then installed back again. Though it looks straightforward but some times it is not as user might have one's own customizations in connector. So before uninstalling, the connector files had to be backed up and after installing the changes had to be merged back. Though upgrade feature in connector is the best answer to this problem but we will save that discussion for some other time

Upcoming Presentation: Static site generators: Why use them and how they work [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 8/26/15 4:00 AM | Development
Sorry for the lack of posting this week – I’m “Down Under” for some presentations and client meetings and trying my best to stay up past 8PM. I’m mostly losing on that front. Anyway, next week, on September 2nd at 12:00 PM CST, I’m giving a free, online presentation for O’Reilly – Static site generators: Why use them and how they work. I’ll be explaining why in the heck you would ever conside

Mura CMS Theme Development: Customizing Folders [+]
Mura CMS Blog | 8/25/15 3:00 PM
Explore the various ways Mura Folders are used to organize, iterate and output pages and other items, including grouping custom content types and adding functionality to specific types or subtypes of content.  

Machine Learning in ColdFusion [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 8/25/15 1:00 PM | Adobe ColdFusion, General
Machine learning has been a buzz word in recent times. I often hear people talking about this and their profound interest to learn more and gain expertise in this field. As a consequence, many programming languages ar

setState() State Mutation Operation May Be Synchronous In ReactJS [+]
Kinky Solutions | 8/25/15 1:00 PM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel looks at how ReactJS translates setState() calls into actual state mutations and how that affects the synchronous or asynchronous nature of the component state....

Using ColdFusion DDX for attaching files to PDF [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 8/25/15 8:00 AM
ColdFusion allows users to attach files to PDF Documents using processddx action of CFPDF tag. DDX provides FileAttachments source element to attach files. Below is the DDX script for attaching files to PDF documents:

Using Generators with Harp [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 8/25/15 6:00 AM | Development, JavaScript
I’ve blogged (and presented) on Harp before as well as Jekyll. In general, I think Harp is much simpler to use, but Jekyll is more powerful. One of the ways Jekyll surpasses Harp is with generators. This is a script you can write that automates the creation of files during the generation phase. I blogged about this a few months back (

Half-Off Sams Teach Yourself SQL In 10 Minutes [+]
Ben Forta | 8/25/15 1:00 AM | SQL, Books
Want to learn SQL? InformIT is running a special on the best reviewed titles on Amazon.com. My Sams Teach Yourself SQL In 10 Minutes is on that list, and so you can use this link to grab a copy of the best-selling SQL book of all time for 40% off (or buy mul

JavaScript: running Jasmine unit tests from the CLI [+]
Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 8/23/15 3:00 PM | Javascript, Unit Testing
G'day:I can't see as this will be very long as I've not much to say about it, and it was surprisingly quick to sort out once I bothered to do so.My weekend mission was going to be to start getting up to speed with Clojure, by reading & working through the relevant chapters from Seven Languages in Seven Weeks, but whilst that kept me occupied on my flight from London to

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