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Blog Going Dark(er) For A Few Weeks [+]
Ben Forta | 7/7/15 2:00 AM | Adobe
One of Adobe's employee benefits is the sabbatical, four to six (depending on years of employment) paid weeks off every five years to "to relax, recharge and reenergize" (as per the program description). So, if this blog goes dark (or just darker) for the next six weeks, know that I've not abandoned you, I'm just really busy relaxing, recharging, and reenergizing.

Blog Going Darker For A Few Weeks [+]
Ben Forta | 7/7/15 1:00 AM | Adobe
One of Adobe's employee benefits is the sabbatical, four to six (depending on years of employment) paid weeks off every five years to "to relax, recharge and reenergize" (as per the program description). So, if this blog goes dark (or just darker) for the next six weeks, know that I've not abandoned you, I'm just really busy relaxing, recharging, and reenergizing.

NCDevCon 2014 Free Video- What does it MEAN.js? [+]
NCDevCon | 7/6/15 8:00 PM | 2014
Please enjoy this free video from NCDevCon 2014: Watch NowWhat does it MEAN.js? In this presentation we'll look at the MEAN.js stack which incorporates MongoDB/Mongoose, Express, Angular and Node. Paired with its Yeoman generators and amazing documentation, you'll see how to level up your full stack javascript game. About Bill Berzinskas

Redirecting ColdFusion logs in a Docker Container [+]
Orange is my favorite color | 7/6/15 7:00 PM | ColdFusion, Web/Internet
I’ve been modernizing our development environment and started with the work by Bill Rawlinson to create a portable ColdFusion Docker image. If you’re new to Docker and the benefits of containerization, read up why Docker is dominating 2015. We have Docker Compose running a stack with ColdFusion, Nginx, Postgres, ActiveMQ and Redis all linked togeth

NCDevCon 2014 Free Video- Better Living Through Version Control [+]
NCDevCon | 7/6/15 6:00 PM | 2014
Please enjoy this free video from NCDevCon 2014: Watch NowBetter Living Through Version Control Learn how version control can improve your development cycle and make your life easier. Why you should rid yourself of all that commented out old code and remove files labeled 'old' and 'backup'. We'll go over the version control buzz words like branching, forking,

Tournament Scorecard Pro built with Adobe ColdFusion 11 Mobile [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 7/6/15 6:00 PM | Adobe ColdFusion, ColdFusion 11, Mobile, Success Story
We would like to make an announcement to highlight a great public application that was built with Adobe ColdFusion 11 Mobile Platform Tools by one of our well-known community members, Dave Ferguson.  We think the app is a great example of the types of mobile solutions that can be built utilizing the features available. Well done Dave!  Thanks for sharing.   The application was built using these mobile features of ColdFusion 11: 

Ode to Node [+]
Shane's ramblings | 7/6/15 5:00 PM | Javascript, NodeJS, coding
ColdFusion has just turned 20 years old and I have been developing with it for 16 of those 20 years; almost half my life. I still use ColdFusion every day in my professional life, but I do not feel the excitement for the language as I used to. I can remember when I actually looked forward to the new features introduced with each new release, but those days have past. I have recently been looking in to other languages to get some sense of excitement back. First I have been looking into

NCDevCon 2014 Free Video- HTML5 Hybrid Mobile Development Using Eclipse [+]
NCDevCon | 7/6/15 3:00 PM | 2014
Please enjoy this free video from NCDevCon 2014: Watch NowHTML5 Hybrid Mobile Development using Eclipse Mobile and real-time push enabled applications are having a fundamental impact on the way you design the next generation of your business applications. In this session, you will see how to quickly build an HTML5 Mobile Hybrid application leveraging jQuery M

Recording from Static Sites Presentation [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 7/6/15 1:00 PM | Uncategorized
If you missed my presentation on static site generators last week, you can now watch the recording here: You can view a copy of the slides here:

java.lang.OutOfMemoryError in ColdFusion [+]
ColdFusion Solution | 7/6/15 6:00 AM | Technologgy, Web, Adobe, Application Server, ColdFusion, Memory Tuning, OutOfMemoryError
java.lang.OutOfMemoryError is certainly not a new error in ColdFusion. If you look around the web, you will find many articles. I thought of creating my own steps to be followed, as well as, how to fix the same. This article is based on a Windows platform. Jcosole is a JMX-compliant graphical tool for monitoring a Java virtual […]

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

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