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New MobileFirst Slack! [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 9/4/15 4:00 PM | Development, Mobile, MobileFirst
If you are interested in learning more about MobileFirst or are already working with it, come join our new public Slack channel to discuss problems, questions, Star Wars trivia and cats with other developers. Simply sign up at the form here: Come chat with us!

Up To 70% Off SQL Video Tutorial [+]
Ben Forta | 9/3/15 10:00 PM | SQL, Books
I recently released a SQL video tutorial (based on my best-selling Sams Teach Yourself SQL in 10 Minutes). InformIT is running a Labor Day promotion with discounts on video l

ColdFusion 11 Migration Guide [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 9/3/15 6:00 PM | Adobe ColdFusion 11, ColdFusion 11, Migration
We are happy to announce the first release of Migration Guide for ColdFusion 11. This guide will help you, to migrate your ColdFusion 9 and ColdFusion 10 servers to ColdFusion 11 seamlessly. This guide also gives a fair overview for migration of legacy servers to the most recent and supported versions. This helps you understand the various phases of migration, along with, how to use Code Analyzer. The Code Analyzer reviews the CFML pages that you

Protecting Context-Dependent Promise Callbacks In AngularJS [+]
Kinky Solutions | 9/3/15 5:00 PM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel looks at how to protect deferred callback invocation against state-change that occurs during the pending data request in AngularJS....

Speaking on Cordova, Ionic, and MobileFirst/Bluemix in Manilla [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 9/3/15 5:00 PM | Development, Mobile, Bluemix, Cordova, Ionic, MobileFirst
So I mentioned my other presentations in Asia next week, but here is the final one – an event in Manilla covering Apache Cordova, Ionic, and MobileFirst/Bluemix. Free for all – attend just to see how crazy tired I am by this point. Build your Hybrid Mobile App with Ionic, Mobile

Disable Flash Remoting on ColdFusion Servers [+]
ColdFusion, Java, and Web Development | 9/3/15 4:00 PM | ColdFusion
Due to the recent security vulnerability ABSP15-20 / APSB15-21 in BlazeDS there has been increased interest in disabling flash remoting when not needed -- if you followed the lockdown guide for CF9, CF10, or CF11 you should already have it disabled. This only applies to ColdFusion 10 and ColdFusion 11 right? Nope!

An Overview Of SVG Patterns [+]
Ben Forta | 9/3/15 2:00 PM | HTML5
More web coding goodness to share over on the Dreamweaver blog. This time, Lucas Bebber has posted a really informative overview of SVG patterns, explaining how these can be used to create interesting typographic effects.

Recording of my ORA Static Site Presentation [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 9/3/15 11:00 AM | Development, HTML5
Here is the recording of the presentation I gave yesterday – enjoy: Note that you will need to register with O’Reilly if you have not done so already. You also have the opportunity of seeing this live if you attend NCDevCon later this month.

NCDevCon 2015 Session-What We Know About Website Users [+]
NCDevCon | 9/2/15 8:00 PM | 2015
What We Know About Website Users Don’t guess how people use your website! Based on publicly available UX research and my own research experience, we’ll discuss what we know about users—both big-picture principles and nitty-gritty details. In this session, we will: • uncover common UX mistakes made by website owners and manager • understand how visitors engage with text, photography, and graphics on websites • learn important considerations for viewers on mobile devices UX research of

Discount Code Extended for 20% off ColdFusion Summit: 20Years4CF [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 9/2/15 8:00 PM | CF Summit
We're continuing to celebrate ColdFusion's 20 year anniversary by extending the 20% off discount code through September 30th.   When registering, use code 20Years4CF to receive 20% off your registration.  

NCDevCon 2015 Session-The Goldfish Layout: Growing to Fit Its World [+]
NCDevCon | 9/2/15 6:00 PM | 2015
The Goldfish Layout: Growing to Fit Its World Once upon a time, there was only one screen size, the standard. Now, there are many: the Retina on your macbook, the display on your desktop, your smartphone, the TV hooked up to your Wii, even the watch on your wrist. And guess what, there's a lot more coming and probably in places you haven't thought of, like your car. So how do you, as a developer, make sure your web page works on all of them? You could use CSS media queries. But then

Mura CMS Takes the Lead in Monthly Bitnami Contest [+]
Mura CMS Blog | 9/2/15 6:00 PM
Mura has taken the lead in the Bitnami contest, racing to number the number one position on a surge of early September voting added to the cumulative tally started in February. With Mura CMS on Bitnami, installation and deployment of Mura CMS will be easier than ever. This is the month we can take the win!

Dead Ringers [+]
Chris Tierney | 9/2/15 5:00 PM | Uncategorized
I ran across a post on Facebook that peaked my interest. It lists how many terms came about. I’m going to post it here to reference. They used to use urine to tan animal skins, so families used to all pee in a pot & then once a day it was taken & Sold to the tannery…….if you had to do this to survive you were “Piss Poor” But worse than that were the really poor folk who couldn’t even affo

CSS Vs. SVG Shapes And More [+]
Ben Forta | 9/2/15 5:00 PM | HTML5
Over on the official Dreamweaver blog, Sara Soueidan has posted a fascinatingly insightful article comparing CSS to SVG to create shapes and shaped UI components.

Looking for mobile developers who want to test something cool… [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 9/2/15 4:00 PM | Development, Mobile
One of the reasons I joined IBM was because I discovered they were doing some pretty cool things. I mean, I knew IBM did cool stuff, but as a developer, I wasn’t really aware of what they offered and how they could help. I know I’m supposed to say crap like this, I work here, but I can honestly say I began my job here impressed with what we offer and I continue to be really freaking excited about what I’m seeing. We’re working on something interesting and

NCDevCon 2015 Session-Let's be Social with Ionic [+]
NCDevCon | 9/2/15 3:00 PM | 2015
Let's be Social with Ionic Everyone wants to be social and likes to share, why not create an instant messaging (i.e. Chat) mobile app, I will show you how to take the power of HTML5, CSS and JavaScript and build a solution compose of front-end and back-end. In this talk will show you how to quickly build a mobile App using Ionic and a back-end service using NodeJS, to get people talking and socializing. You will walk out of the talk with the motivation to show off to your friends, f

Ripple is Reborn (Again!) [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 9/2/15 2:00 PM | Development, Mobile
Almost two years ago I blogged (Ripple is Reborn) about the relaunch of the Ripple emulator. Ripple lets you test Apache Cordova applications in the browser. It mocks many of the built in plugins (device, geolocation, accelerometer and more

Calling remote services from Ionic Serve [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 9/1/15 8:00 PM | Development, JavaScript, Mobile, Ionic
A coworker pinged me today with an interesting question: I am sure you may have encountered this error when using IONIC SERVE locally. XMLHttpRequest cannot load No ‘Access-Control-Allow-Origin’ header is present on the requested resource. Origin ‘http://localhost:8100’ is therefore not allowed access. Essentially I am calling the URL via the $http.get() method from a factory. Ionic appe

An Example of What ColdFusion Needs in the Next Version [+]
FusionGrokker | 9/1/15 4:00 PM | ColdFusion
Let me say up front that I am not in a particularly forgiving mood. So I may be a bit more critical here than you might consider fair. But I contrast your fairness with: It's 2015 and we're expecting ColdFusion 12 to be released in the next... well... sometime. You never can tell what the release schedule is like any more. But the point is: version twelve. Of a programming language. In 2015. I found myself today writing this code:

Two Months Free Creative Cloud For Teachers And Students With Prepayment [+]
Ben Forta | 9/1/15 4:00 PM | Creative Cloud, Education
Adobe Creative Cloud is available at a discount for students and teachers. In addition to education discounts of up to 66%, for a limited time you can also get two months free when you prepay.

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