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Adobe ColdFusion Survey – 2017 [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 10/9/17 2:00 PM | Announcements
It is that time of the year when we post our annual survey to ColdFusion users. I request you to take time to provide your valuable feedback via the survey. The results of the survey will help us validate certain hypothesis we have to build the future versions of the product. We are already in the process of building the next version of ColdFusion, codenamed Aether. Your feedback c

Facebook Chatbots with OpenWhisk [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 10/9/17 12:00 PM
This weekend I decided to take a quick look at running Facebook Chatbot, aka Facebook Messenger Platform, on the OpenWhisk platform. In general, it worked just fine and 90% of the issues I had were me not reading the docs correctly and making code screw ups. But I can say that I've got it working successfully now and it isn't difficult at all.

I Heart Logs: Event Data, Stream Processing, And Data Integration By Jay Kreps [+]
Kinky Solutions | 10/8/17 2:00 PM | Books, Work
Ben Nadel reviews I Heart Logs: Event Data, Stream Processing, And Data Integration By Jay Kreps. This book describes a fascinating architectural pattern in which a commit log acts as the centralized source of truth for your organization....

Routable View Components Don't Need Selectors In Angular 4.4.4 - But They May Be Helpful [+]
Kinky Solutions | 10/8/17 2:00 PM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel demonstrates that routable View components don't need to have Selectors in Angular 4.4.4. But, they are available; and, they me be helpful for debugging and styling purposes. It's good to know that the option exists should you want to leverage it....

Local Redirects Automatically Append The Non-Local Route Segments In Angular 4.4.4 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 10/7/17 2:00 PM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel demonstrates that a local redirect in the Angular 4.4.4 router will automatically append any non-local URL segments to the redirectTo action. This makes it incredibly easy to map one subset of URLs on to another subset based solely on the URL prefix....

A Single Route Parameter Can Match Multiple URL Segments In Angular 4.4.4 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 10/7/17 11:00 AM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel demonstrates that route parameters can match multiple URL segments in Angular 4.4.4. This allows us to capture entire URL suffixes and append them as part of prefix-based redirect operations....

Named-Outlets Require Non-Empty Parent Route-Segment Paths In Angular 4.4.4 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 10/6/17 11:00 AM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel demonstrates that secondary, named route outlets must have non-empty parent route segments paths in Angular 4.4.4. If the parent segment is empty, Angular cannot resolve the secondary route....

My Manager Once Wagered $1,000 That My Code Would Break Production [+]
Kinky Solutions | 10/5/17 11:00 AM | Life, Work
Ben Nadel considers the book, Leaders Eat Last, and reflects upon the time his manager wagered $1,000 that his [Ben's] code would break production....

Best Practices Are Best, Except When They're Not [+]
South of Shasta | 10/4/17 10:00 PM
A code-review of sorts where we go over some of the real-world situations when things just don't go the way the Stack Overflow Gods say they should. We'll look at the pros and cons of solutions in these situations and the lessons hopefully learned along the way.  

NCDevCon 2017 Session-Cross-Platform Mobile Development Using Open Source Tools [+]
NCDevCon | 10/4/17 7:00 PM | 2017
Cross-Platform Mobile Development Using Open Source Tools Native SDKs are never a bad choice for delivering the best possible experience on mobile devices, but not every app needs that level of performance. Cross-platform mobile development frameworks like Apache Cordova, Ionic, NativeScript, React Native, give developers more flexibility in how they deliver their mobile apps and leverage existing web development skills. In this session, you’ll learn about leading approaches for buil

NCDevCon 2017 Session-Using StrongLoop to Rapidly Build APIs [+]
NCDevCon | 10/4/17 7:00 PM | 2017
Using StrongLoop to Rapidly Build APIs In this session, I'll discuss how to use StrongLoop (and LoopBack) to rapidly prototype APIs in Node.js applications. I'll demonstrate how to create REST APIs, how to configure security, and show an example of using them in a mobile application. About Raymond Camden Raymond Camden is a developer advoca

Rebuilding a Flex Mobile App as an Alexa Skill [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 10/4/17 5:00 PM
Many, many moons ago I created a ridiculous Flex Mobile app called TBS Horoscope. This was for the Nook platform, eventually moved to Amazon Android App store (where it still sits actually) and one of my few commercial apps. The app was fairly simple. It generated a fake horoscope when an astrological sign was requested and persisted it for the day. That way it would be a bit more "realistic&qu

CF Summit 2017- Preconference almost sold out! [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 10/4/17 10:00 AM | Links
There are only a few seats available for our preconference workshops on Developing an Enterprise API Strategy, Hands on CFML Security Workshop and Migrating Legacy Applications Into an MVC Framework, so we will be closing registration very soon due to capacity limitations.  Please register today if you haven’t yet! All the three workshops are full day BYOD hands on labs and would be a great learning opportunity. Below is a su

Designing Data-Intensive Applications: The Big Ideas Behind Reliable, Scalable, And Maintainable Systems By Martin Kleppmann [+]
Kinky Solutions | 10/3/17 11:00 AM | Books, MongoDB, Redis, SQL, Work
Ben Nadel reviews Designing Data-Intensive Applications: The Big Ideas Behind Reliable, Scalable, and Maintainable Systems by Martin Kleppmann. Consuming this book is as intense an experience as the applications the book hopes to elucidate. It's not for everyone; but, it may be for you!...

Reading a Text File on OpenWhisk [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 10/2/17 4:00 PM
Many months ago I wrote a quick post on OpenWhisk, serverless, and persistence (Serverless and Persistence). In that article I mentioned that while your serverless actions are stateless and you should not rely on the file system, you do have access to it and can make use of it. It isn't something I'd recommend normally and it should be considered a - if not red flag - at least yellow for "are you

CFWheels 1.4.6 maintenance Release [+]
ColdFusion on Wheels Blog | 10/2/17 10:00 AM | Releases, 1.4
Today sees a maintenance release for the 1.4.x series. Please note that as 2.0 is now released, future updates to the 1.x branch will be limited to essential bug fixes only. Download 1.4.6 today to fix the following: Bug Fixes Made humanize() keep spaces in input. Added spatial datatypes for MySQL. Scope variable to avoid object […]

CFWheels 2.0 Released [+]
ColdFusion on Wheels Blog | 9/30/17 4:00 PM | Releases, 2.0
Ok, it’s been a while, but *finally*, CFWheels 2.0 has gone gold! Direct Download: Download zip Commandbox quick install : install cfwheels (Just downloads and unzips) Commandbox install wizard via CFWheels CLI (with url rewriting included):  wheels new (make sure your version of the CLI is up to date with install cfwheels-cli) Make sure to check the “Breaking Changes” section, […]

Accessing Parent And Child Route Segment Parameters In Angular 4.4.4 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 9/30/17 11:00 AM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel demonstrates how to access a parent or child route segment's paramMap in Angular 4.4.4. This allows you to access route parameters outside your own local route segment....

My NCDevCon 2017 Schedule [+]
South of Shasta | 9/29/17 11:00 PM | NCDevCon, Speaking Engagements
Next weekend is NCDevCon 2017, the premier web/mobile development conference.  And I don’t just say that because I’m giving 2 talks there.  It’s a weekend; there’s no need to ask the boss for PTO.  It’s super cheap; you get access to all 5 tracks of content for mere 200 bucks.  The conference is big enough to have something for everybody, yet still has a great personal feel in how it’s organized. 

Cryptocurrency Miners Hacking Servers [+]
Coldfusion Muse | 9/29/17 8:00 PM | ColdFusion, Coldfusion Security, Security
Are your free CPU cycles making others rich? There's a chance they are and it's at your expense. A recent article at Vice.com states that "At Least 1.65 Million Computers Are Mining Cryptocurrency for Hackers So Far This Year". If this is to be b...

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