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Serverless Demo - Random Comic Book Character via Comic Vine API [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 6/19/17 8:00 PM
For today’s demo, I’m going to be using the Comic Vine API, but let me warn folks that I think it is bad idea to use this API in production. I started looking at it over the weekend and while I was “successful”, I found numerous documentation issues and lots of forum posts that have gone unanswered. My gut tells me that this is not something I’d ever use for a “real” app, but since I don’t build

ColdBox Configuration Gotchas [+]
DEV.ELPETE.COM | 6/19/17 4:00 PM | tutorials
Overview We recently had some memory issues we were investigating that were only happening on our dev and local servers. It led to a few interesting discoveries that I thought I would highlight here. There are many “development only” settings in the config/ColdBox.cfc configuration file. In our na├»vety, we turned them

Monitoring OpenWhisk Activity [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 6/16/17 8:00 PM
I’ve mentioned a few times already that I was going to discuss what monitoring is like with OpenWhisk and I thought today would be a good day to finally write down my thoughts. In general, this is an area where I think OpenWhisk could use some improvement, and I’ll point out where and how, but let’s go over the details first. Broadly, there’s two ways to monitor your OpenWhisk activity - via

FW/1 4.1.0 Release Candidate Available [+]
FW/1 - The Invisible Framework | 6/16/17 7:00 PM
The first Release Candidate of FW/1 4.1.0 is available for testing. This is a maintenance release for FW/1 4.0.0 that includes a number of bug fixes and some minor enhancements. The most important bug fix addresses a race condition that could cause transient beans to be partially resolved, leading to dependencies not being available under heavy load conditions. My thanks to

3D Printing Weekly Wrap Up [+]
The Rich Blog | 6/16/17 2:00 PM

Reflecting On Data Persistence, Transactions, And Leaky Abstractions [+]
Kinky Solutions | 6/16/17 1:00 PM | ColdFusion, Javascript / DHTML, MongoDB, Redis, Ruby, SQL
Ben Nadel reflects on data persistence, transactions, and leaky abstractions. And, in particular, what how the concept of "changes together" is evolving due to the changing constraints of different persistence implementations....

Testing Multiple Image Recognition Services at Once [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 6/15/17 4:00 PM
I’m a big fan of image recognition APIs - by that I mean services that let you send in a picture and have them scanned to determine what’s actually in the picture. When they work well, it’s cool as heck. When they fail, it’s typically pretty funny. All in all that’s a win-win for me. For a while now I’ve been wanting to build something that would let me compare multiple services like this at the same time. This week - I did that. I call it “

ColdFusion 2016 API Manager Update 1 released [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 6/15/17 7:00 AM | Adobe ColdFusion, Adobe ColdFusion 2016, Announcements, API Manager, Updates
Update 1 for ColdFusion 2016 API Manager was released on 9th June 2017. It introduces new features such as a JavaScript connector for configuring User Store, a new Token-based authentication support and packages enhancements like additional Swagger import options and logging for API request and response. It also fixes several bugs in security, publisher portal and server core and workflows related to SOAP proxy, Swagger and SOAP to REST. For further details on the new features,

Dreamweaver And Git [+]
Ben Forta | 6/13/17 3:00 PM | Creative Cloud, Web Development
This one has been long awaited. The newest version of Dreamweaver now supports Git. This blog post explains the integration.

NCDevCon 2016 Free Video- NCDevCon 2016 Session-CFML: Code Security Best Practices [+]
NCDevCon | 6/13/17 3:00 PM | 2017
Please enjoy this free video from NCDevCon 2016: Watch NowCFML: Code Security Best Practices Oh no, I've been hacked! Have you ever uttered these words? Do you hope to never have to utter these words? If you said yes to either question, then this is one session you don't want to miss! In this session we'll cover best practice techniques you can use every day in your ColdFusion application develop

On Using Hero Images [+]
Ben Forta | 6/13/17 3:00 PM | Creative Cloud, Web Development
A hero image, the first image that your site visitors will usually come across, is more than just a pretty picture; it's also a powerful communication tool. The Adobe XD Team has just posted some invaluable insight into how to effectively use hero images.

We are Sponsoring Velocity Conference, San Jose,CA 2017: Build & Maintain Complex Distributed Systems [+]
FusionReactor Java Performance Monitor: Blog | 6/13/17 2:00 PM | News
We are Sponsoring Velocity Conference, San Jose,CA 2017: Build & Maintain Complex Distributed Systems. Come and meet us at our booth #718. We will be showing off the latest FusionReactor developments and features to help Java developers fix problems faster! If you cannot wait to meet us get started with a free trial of FusionReactor […]

A ColdBox Success Story - Patrick Leal- Paper Oh [+]
Ortus Solutions, Corp Blog RSS Feed by ContentBox | 6/13/17 1:00 PM | ColdBox MVC, ColdFusion, Community, Customers, News
Patrick is the director of Paper Oh and discusses his experience of ColdBox training during CFSummit 2016 and his plans to implement ColdBox and ColdFusion in their applications in Brazil. Paper Oh is a brazilian company that specializes in the development of paperless systems.

A ColdBox Success Story - Patrick Leal- Paper Oh [+]
ColdBox Blog | 6/13/17 1:00 PM | ColdBox MVC, ColdFusion, Community, Customers, News
Patrick is the director of Paper Oh and discusses his experience of ColdBox training during CFSummit 2016 and his plans to implement ColdBox and ColdFusion in their applications in Brazil. Paper Oh is a brazilian company that specializes in the development of paperless systems.

NCDevCon 2016 Free Video- NCDevCon 2016 Session-Build Your Backend in Node.js [+]
NCDevCon | 6/13/17 8:00 AM | 2017
Please enjoy this free video from NCDevCon 2016: Watch NowBuild Your Backend in Node.js Node.js has been around since 2009, but has really been hitting its stride over the past 2-3 years as a robust platform for web, mobile and even desktop applications. Leverage your Javascript front-end knowledge by using it on the back end as well! This session will over the basics on how to get jump-started

Using a Generic CORS Enabler in OpenWhisk [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 6/12/17 9:00 PM
Today’s post (well, the code and the idea, the writing, warts and all, are all me) comes from a coworker, Stephen Fink. Stephen and I were chatting in Slack about generic utilities, and the idea for a “simply CORS enable an action” utility came up. As a reminder, there’s two ways to expose your OpenWhisk code as anonymous API - either via a web action or via Bluemix Native API

Recordings for nearly a dozen recent FusionReactor webinars I've done [+]
Charlie Arehart's Blog | 6/12/17 3:37 PM | fusionreactor, troubleshooting
I've been doing a series of one-hour webinars about FusionReactor over the past several months. They've covered nearly a dozen different topics (all with live demos), with more to come, including one just last week, "Making the Most of FusionReactor's Logs". You can learn more about that and the previous ones and find their recordings at fusion-reactor.com/webinars. I also list all the webinars

NCDevCon 2016 Free Video- NCDevCon 2016 Session-Scaling Angular in Enterprise Apps [+]
NCDevCon | 6/12/17 3:00 PM | 2017
Please enjoy this free video from NCDevCon 2016: Watch NowScaling Angular in Enterprise Apps Building large scale Angular apps has its challenges. See how Dude Solutions uses patterns and process to scale Angular apps across multiple development teams, code bases, and products. Bonus content: Get a sneak peek into how The Dude plans to transition to Angular 2.0 in our enterprise applications!

Using Module Augmentation To Safely Inject Runtime Methods Using TypeScript And Node.js [+]
Kinky Solutions | 6/12/17 1:00 PM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel explores the concept of "module augmentation" in Node.js and TypeScript and looks at using side-effect driven import statements as a way to safely and predictably alter the runtime behavior of native (Array) and custom classes....

NCDevCon 2016 Free Video- NCDevCon 2016 Session-Taking Your Searches to the Next Level with Solr and ElasticSearch [+]
NCDevCon | 6/12/17 8:00 AM | 2017
Please enjoy this free video from NCDevCon 2016: Watch NowTaking Your Searches to the Next Level with Solr and ElasticSearch Today we have numerous open source options for building robust search features info our websites, with advanced features that most developers never even tap into. The most popular of these are Solr and ElasticSearch. Using Solr's built-in REST APIs, we'll go far beyond Co

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