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Lucee and FW/1 [+]
FW/1 - The Invisible Framework | 1/30/15 12:00 AM
Today saw the announcement of the Lucee Association Switzerland and the release of a new open source CFML engine: Lucee 4.5.0. For background on the new engine and the association behind it, read Adam Cameron’s blog post with Q&A about the launch. I’ve already migrated all my local test environments to Lucee and can report tha

Suggestions for learning JSON? [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 1/29/15 11:00 PM | Development, JavaScript
Yesterday a reader asked me a question about one of my blog posts. In the blog post, I described a Cordova application that would retrieve a list of URLs from a server. It would then fetch each URL and download the resource to the device. I casually described the data as “an array of URLs in JSON” and assumed everyone would know what that meant. Of course, not everyone does know what JSON means. It got me thinking about how someone

Lucee launch: thanks [+]
Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 1/29/15 10:05 PM | Alex Skinner, Brad Wood, Lucee, Mark Drew, Micha Offner-Streit, Sean Corfield
G'day:I'd just like to say that Micha gave an excellent presentation this evening, especially for a fella who was giving his first presentation ever. And also in a language that isn't his primary one. And not just some flippant "I fancy giving a presentation at a conference" sort of affair, but annoucing the release of something quite significant and controversial in our wee community, and career defining for him personally. No pressure then, eh?Also I'd like to say thanks to A

ZF2's Lovely MultiCheckBox Funkiness [+]
ColdFusion Beyond | 1/29/15 8:00 PM | PHP, Zend
This morning I wasted have my morning trying to get Zf2 to be nice and do what I wanted.  We have a form with a multicheckbox element where it is required to pick one.  Now, the Zend filter worked fine for this.  What it wouldn't do, however, is any other validation nor would it accept my attempts to change the error message from "Value is required and can't be empty".  The usual method would be to set the not_empty option in messages, like this:

Bye bye Railo. Hello Lucee! [+]
CMD | 1/29/15 7:00 PM
Give a warm welcome to: We found out today that Michael Offner, formerly of the Railo Company has split off and forked Railo into a new project called Lucee ( pronounced Lucy )! This is exciting news as it seems that all the most prominent projects are getting their own forks recently (see node.js). The project is now

Say Hello To Lucee [+]
Mark Drew on CF | 1/29/15 7:00 PM | cfml, lucee
Say hello to More info over at the CMD blog

Lucee [+]
Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 1/29/15 6:37 PM | CFML, Lucee, Railo
G'day:OK, here it is. Today it was announced that Railo has been forked, and there is a new CFML engine in the community: Lucee.

ColdBox 4.0 Error Handling [+]
ColdBox Blog | 1/29/15 3:00 PM | Tips & Tricks
ColdBox has always provided nice, automatic error handling for your code. Errors in your application are caught for you, and you can respond to them via convention-based methods, event handlers, or even interception points as you see fit. (Read more on ColdBox error handling here) If you do nothing, ColdBox will render a nicely formatted page with all the original exception information plus extra details about the ColdBox

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Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 1/29/15 12:39 PM | Countdown to pending announcement, Enigmatic
G'day:I'm embargoed until about 6:31pm GMT.Will have proper info then.--Adam

Second set of eyes on some code, pls? [+]
Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 1/29/15 10:51 AM | Javascript
G'day:I'm having some trouble working out if I'm doing something wrong, or whether there's a bug in the library I'm using here. I'm erring towards it being me being daft and missing something. Could you perhaps cast yer eyes over this lot and see if I'm being a muppet? Cheers.I'm trying to use the TinySort library to sort words that have characters with diacritic marks, eg: àáâãäåæ. TinySo

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Mark Drew on CF | 1/29/15 9:00 AM | cfml
So soon! You can almost hear it.

Adam Cameron plagarises James Harvey [+]
Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 1/29/15 7:16 AM | James Harvey
G'day:I'm replicating this - unmodified - from its original source (http://webdevsourcerer.com/): I am most sincerely sorry.To those out there on the internet, calling me a plagarist, I say this:I am most sincerely sorry.I meant no disrespect, nor did I intend (or have it interpreted) that I was taking credit for itemsI had posted. I was using a very

Front-End Interview Questions – Part 3 [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 1/29/15 12:00 AM | Development, Front-End Interview Questions
This post is part of a series I’m writing where I attempt to answer, to the best of my ability, a set of Front-End developer questions. I expect/hope my readers will disagree, augment, and generally hash out my answers in the comments below. Talk about your preferred development environment. (OS, Editor or IDE, Browsers, Tools, etc.) I covered this pretty deeply in a blog post from late

CFML Online Discussion - Episode 02.02 - Thursday 29th January 2015 @ 5pm UK time (12pm EST/9am PST) [+]
CFML Craftsmanship Blog | 1/28/15 8:00 PM | Online Discussion
This Thursday 29th January 2015 @ 5pm UK time (12pm EST / 9am PDT) We’ll be having our Episode 2 of Series 2 of CFML Craftsmanship discussion in a US centric friendly time slot, but as always open to all to join. http://www.spreecast.com/events/cfml-craftsmanship-s02-e02 [URL CHANGED FOR NEW NUMBERING FORMAT] Please go

Avoid Windows Server Data Storage Copy Pitfalls Using a Subfolder [+]
Chris Tierney | 1/28/15 7:00 PM | Servers, folder, server, Windows
Our normal web server consists of a OS and Program File drive (C:) and a data drive to hold website files (E:). This provides an extra layer of security, speed and helpful structure. Sometimes we will also add another data drive (F:) for clients with really large storage needs. For example all user uploaded photos goes onto a 2TB drive array. So let’s say you have user upload photos dedicated to one drive. You may want to just place the data onto the root of the drive. Simple rig

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Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 1/28/15 5:29 PM | Countdown to pending announcement, Enigmatic
… tomorrow…

ColdBox Validation is Now a Module [+]
ColdBox Blog | 1/28/15 4:00 PM | ForgeBox, Modules, Plugins, Tips & Tricks
The new modular approach of ColdBox 4.0 means much of its built-in functionality has been moved to separate, installable modules. One of the many new modules introduced with ColdBox 4.0 is the Validation Module. To install, simply fire up CommandBox.

AIR Roundup [+]
Ben Forta | 1/28/15 4:00 PM | AIR
The AIR team has posted a summary of what the runtime is up to, focused on some of its impressive gaming related stats.

Creative Cloud Sync Keystrokes Infographic [+]
Ben Forta | 1/28/15 4:00 PM | Creative Cloud
The Creative Cloud team has created an infographic of the keystrokes you can use to resolve sync issues. This one is worth filing away for possible future use.

Free Photoshop CC Essential Training [+]
Ben Forta | 1/28/15 4:00 PM | Creative Cloud, Education, Photoshop
Julieanne Kost has announced that you can watch her Lynda.com Photoshop CC Essential Training for free until February 2nd, 2015.

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