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NCDevCon 2014 Free Video- High Performance JavaScript [+]
NCDevCon | 7/3/15 8:00 PM | 2014
Please enjoy this free video from NCDevCon 2014: Watch NowHigh Performance JavaScript Learning rules, best practices, jsLints or jsHints do not help you to write faster javascript. Because you forget them before you learn. Its not about the rules somebody tells you to follow blindly. Rather its the reasons or the process in the language that makes something fas

NCDevCon 2014 Free Video- Towards A Component Based Web [+]
NCDevCon | 7/3/15 6:00 PM | 2014
Please enjoy this free video from NCDevCon 2014: Watch NowTowards a Component Based Web One of the hardest parts of web development is writing code in a form that allows it to be reused in other places. Most developers agree that code reuse is a virtue, but don't necessarily know how to create reusable code on the web. Some new standards and libraries are

NCDevCon 2014 Free Video- Next Level Static Site Generators [+]
NCDevCon | 7/3/15 3:00 PM | 2014
Please enjoy this free video from NCDevCon 2014: Watch NowNext Level Static Site Generators The team at Republic Wireless loves static site generators, but choosing to use one for an e-commerce site had some complications... so we built our own. Come learn about the cutting edge architecture Republic Wireless is using to drive it’s marketing site. You’ll lear

Generating Accurate PDFs Using Cfdocument [+]
Nando @ Aria Media | 7/3/15 3:00 PM
I’ve been developing a PDF, generated within a CFML application, that needs very accurate placement of chunks of text so that it can be printed on a standard form. It also needs to use a specified font, OCR-B, so that a line of text on the printed form can be machine scanned. I’ve managed to get this working much better than expected on both ACF and Lucee, in a cross-compatible way, so I thought I’d write everything up to remember the details down the line. I was at

Critical Lucee Update (also attn Railo users) [+]
Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 7/3/15 2:10 PM | Lucee, Railo
G'day:There's a security patch for Lucee released today, and if you're running Lucee 4.5, you really must apply it.Lucee have released a blog article about it: "Lucee Stable Release - Security Update Included", and the executive summary is:Today Lucee would like to announce the latest 4.5 stable release and point out that this release includ

Using Angular and a Content Security Policy? Watch out for this… [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 7/3/15 2:00 PM | Development, HTML5, JavaScript, Cordova
I’ve been working on a Cordova app that uses AngularJS. It has been working fine for a while now but I needed to do a bit of cleanup. After I pushed up my changes, my client noticed something odd. We have a button that only shows up under certain situations. Basically, if some scope variable is true, we display it. <button ng-show="featureEnabled">Feature</button> All of a sudden, the

What If AngularJS Had A setState() Method Like ReactJS [+]
Kinky Solutions | 7/3/15 1:00 PM | Javascript / DHTML
After digging into ReactJS, Ben Nadel looks at what it might look like if AngularJS had a similar .setState() method to mutate state....

Setting up ColdFusion in distributed envionment [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 7/3/15 9:00 AM | Administrator, ColdFusion, ColdFusion 11, Connector, creating a website, customers, Docs, General, productivity, Tomcat, web application, web application development
You might want to set up ColdFusion in a distributed environment where ColdFusion is running on one machine and Web server is running on a different machine. Following are the set of steps that have to be performed to achieve this (less error-prone): This applies to both ColdFusion 10 and ColdFusion 11. 1) Have ColdFusion server installed in a machine. 2) Next thing is to download and install VC Runtime.              - The version of VC Runtime that you have

NCDevCon 2014 Free Video- Ray's Top Features of ColdFusion 11 [+]
NCDevCon | 7/2/15 8:00 PM | 2014
Please enjoy this free video from NCDevCon 2014: Watch NowRay's Top Features of ColdFusion 11 Raymond Camden will give a tour of some of the more interesting (to him!) aspects of ColdFusion 11. About Raymond Camden Ray

Ionic Push example supporting State Changes [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 7/2/15 8:00 PM | Development, JavaScript, Mobile, Cordova, Ionic
Please note that I’m writing this blog post while Ionic Push is still in Alpha. Everything I discuss here may change before 1.0 is released. Use the following code with caution. One of the more interesting features of Ionic’s Push feature is the ability to recognize a push message with state data. You can craft a push packet that not only includes a state value but state params as well. This is discussed in the

NCDevCon 2014 Free Video- UX And The Mobile App [+]
NCDevCon | 7/2/15 6:00 PM | 2014
Please enjoy this free video from NCDevCon 2014: Watch NowUX and the Mobile App Creating compelling mobile apps start with good UX. In this session we'll take a look at what it takes to create a mobile app from the UX side of the fence. We'll start with experience maps, to task flows, wireframes, design plans, testing and prototyping. The workflow of UX.

NCDevCon 2014 Free Video- APIs - The Good, The Bad And The Ugly [+]
NCDevCon | 7/2/15 3:00 PM | 2014
Please enjoy this free video from NCDevCon 2014: Watch NowAPIs - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly This session would describe what are the best practices of writing RESTful APIs. What are the different tools to create and test these APIs? What are the common pitfalls and how to avoid them? What are some of the industries best public APIs, etc. This session migh

Happy 20th, ColdFusion [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 7/2/15 3:00 PM | ColdFusion
Today is the 20th anniversary of the release of ColdFusion. While I don’t do nearly as much ColdFusion as I used to, I’ll always be appreciative of how much ColdFusion has helped me in my career. To this day, ColdFusion remains one of the most powerful, easy to use application servers out there. It also has one of the

Hello World: Comparing ReactJS And AngularJS [+]
Kinky Solutions | 7/2/15 1:00 PM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel looks at ReactJS for the first time and builds the "getting started" tutorial in both ReactJS and AngularJS for a simple side-by-side comparison....

Twenty years of making web happen – Happy Birthday, ColdFusion! [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 7/2/15 12:00 PM | Adobe ColdFusion 11, Announcements, CF Summit
Twenty years ago, this day, the very first version of ColdFusion was launched. Originally developed by Jeremy Allaire and JJ Allaire in 1995, ColdFusion has been around for as long as the Web itself. Over the past two decades, ColdFusion has had a profound impact on web application development. In the early days, ColdFusion made a difference to web application development by offering an e

Happy Birthday, whose birthday – It’s ColdFusion [+]
ColdFusion Solution | 7/2/15 12:00 PM | Technologgy, Adobe, CFTurns20, ColdFusion
Yay, it’s my birthday today!!! http://t.co/RMo8VhoavR #ColdFusion #CFTurns20 pic.twitter.com/05Azmx5ioV — Adobe ColdFusion (@coldfusion) July 2, 2015 Yes, you heard it right. ColdFusion turned twenty today. I see CF veterans and patrons, all around the world.   The time clocked and history recorded this day. Did you notice our very own #ColdFusion is 20 now? Yes #CFTurns20 pic.twitter.com/JCVNMqaBg8 […]

How I Got Started in ColdFusion [+]
Chris Tierney | 7/2/15 4:00 AM | Uncategorized
July 2nd 2015 marked Adobe ColdFusion’s (then Allaire’s ColdFusion) 20th birthday. Starting back in 1997, I have made a living programming in ColdFusion for about 17 of those years (I took off a year while fixing computers instead). End of Junior year in high school I decided to look for a job. I’ve worked here and there for my grandfather in the music sales industry and my father in the HVAC industry. I was intrigued by what was BBS systems and the Internet an

20 [+]
Adam Cameron's CFML Blog | 7/1/15 11:43 PM | ColdFusion
G'day:According to Adobe, ColdFusion is 20 today. I tried to track down the exact release date a while back but couldn't find an online press-release or the like, but Anit assures me it was 2 July 1995.Interestingly, this makes CFML just one month younger than PHP, which was released 20yrs ago last month. I now use PHP daily, but know CFML a lot more, and I think CFML has the edge

NCDevCon 2014 Free Video- Refactoring Your Legacy App To A MVC Framework [+]
NCDevCon | 7/1/15 8:00 PM | 2014
Please enjoy this free video from NCDevCon 2014: Watch NowRefactoring your legacy app to a MVC Framework This session will begin with a brief introduction to MVC (Model-View-Controller) frameworks, and the advantages of developing applications using MVC frameworks. After that the rest of the session will be spent on: 1) Going through the legacy code for a sma

OxAlto Roombooking System 1.2 Released! [+]
OxAlto Design Blog - Coldfusion | 7/1/15 4:40 PM | cfwheels, opensource, roombookingsystem
Firstly, there’s now some pretty comprehensive documentation at http://roombooking.readme.io/ – This was a bit of blood, sweat and tears, but the system at readme.io makes this relatively painless, and it’s free for open source projects – hurrah! This is a pretty big release this one – LOTS of new features and tweaks. Don’t forget to read […] The post

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