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CF Webtools Looking for Talent [+]
Coldfusion Muse | 1/23/19 11:02 AM | Job Openings
CF Webtools is actively looking to fill 3 developer positions on our ginormous ColdFusion development team. Each position has a unique set of needs. Here are some facts about working with CF Webtools. Yes you work from home so your flip f...

Mura & Angular Decoupled [+]
In Flow: The Mura Blog | 1/23/19 10:30 AM
If you are a web developer, you doubtlessly have been exposed to the complexities of developing solutions that can function across a wide range of platforms and consumers. Like us, you’ve probably turned to client-side technologies like Angular, React, Vue and Node to help solve these problems. Managing content in such a diverse environment can be a challenge, but one that a Headless CMS can thrive in.

Getting AWS Java SDK 2.0 [+]
Chris Tierney | 1/23/19 12:30 AM | AWS, ColdFusion, Uncategorized, .jar, Java, SDK
In the past I’ve always used REST calls to the AWS API from ColdFusion. There are never any complete CFC libraries that work and they’re almost always dated. The reason being that AWS moves so fast, it’d require a full time person or more to keep it up-to-date and complete. I am moving towards using the AWS Java SDK to call Java methods from ColdFusion. The SDK is kept up-to-date regularly by AWS and is quite complete and proven. The most common SDK in use today is version 1.x. Howe

Using Netlify's Build Process for Somewhat Static Data [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 1/22/19 9:00 AM | javascript, Static Sites
A few days ago I blogged about how I was using serverless functions at Netlify to build an API proxy for MailChimp (“Adding Serverless Functions to Your Netlify Static Site”). This worked really well for me and I built a simple “one pager” for my web site making use of that function. But something really gnawed on me.

Union and diff of arrays [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 1/21/19 5:30 PM | Blog, ColdFusion, Modern CFML, 2016, blog, modern cfml
When working with arrays in CFML there are times when you want to know the values that set A contains, that are not in set B. There isn’t a native function to do this in CFML (you can do looping etc to do it), as CFML is built on Java, we can take advantage of the underlying removeAll() Java method. For example: function difference(required array a, required array b) { a.removeAll(b); return a; } set1 = [0,2,4,6]; set2 = [0,3,6,9]; // A - B

ColdBox Elixir v3 Released [+]
Ortus Solutions, Corp Blog RSS Feed by ContentBox | 1/21/19 12:30 PM | ColdBox MVC, Elixir, Vue.js
We are pleased to announce the public beta of ColdBox Elixir v3.

ColdBox Elixir v3 Released [+]
ColdBox Blog | 1/21/19 12:00 PM | ColdBox MVC, Elixir, Vue.js
We are pleased to announce the public beta of ColdBox Elixir v3.

Hidden Gems in ColdFusion 2018, part 1: Series Overview [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 1/21/19 11:30 AM | Blog, CF2018 Updates, ColdFusion 2018, blog, cf2018 updates, ColdFusion, coldfusion 2018
In every release of Adobe ColdFusion, there are the few major features which receive a lot of attention from Adobe and from CF users, but there are often dozens of lesser-known features that may help you, whether regarding coding or such things as security, administration, installation, configuration, tuning, monitoring, and so on. And of course, there can be important compatibility/migrations to be aware of, and still more. As some readers will know, I have done a “hidden gems&#

Intersection of arrays [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 1/21/19 11:30 AM | Blog, CFML Tag/Function, Language Enhancements, 2016, 2018, blog, cfml tag/function, language enhancements
If you have two arrays of values and you want to know which values are common to both then you are after the intersection of the two sets. You may have seen this written as A ∩ B. There isn’t a native CFML method to do this for you, but fortunately there is one in Java which we can take advantage of. It’s retainAll. The Java docs describe the purpose of this

CommandBox 4.5 Screencast Server OpenJDK Versions [+]
ColdBox Blog | 1/21/19 10:30 AM | CommandBox, Tutorials
In this screencast we show you how to use CommandBox 4.5 to manage the versions of Java your servers use via the AdoptOpenJDK API. CommandBox 4.5 release notes: https://www.ortussolutions.com/blog/commandbox-450-released Docs for managing Java versions via CommandBox: https://commandbox.ortusbooks.com/embedded-server/configuring-your-server/custom-java-version#automatic-java-download AdoptOpenJDK: https://adoptopenjdk.net/

Local Proxy SVG Microicons using ColdFusion [+]
James Moberg | 1/21/19 10:30 AM | coldfusion, cfml, microicon, proxy, svg
I really like the idea of using a third-party for resources, but it’s been painful relying on...

CommandBox 4.5 Screencast Server OpenJDK Versions [+]
Ortus Solutions, Corp Blog RSS Feed by ContentBox | 1/21/19 9:30 AM | CommandBox, Tutorials
In this screencast we show you how to use CommandBox 4.5 to manage the versions of Java your servers use via the AdoptOpenJDK API. CommandBox 4.5 release notes: https://www.ortussolutions.com/blog/commandbox-450-released Docs for managing Java versions via CommandBox: https://commandbox.ortusbooks.com/embedded-server/configuring-your-server/custom-java-version#automatic-java-download AdoptOpenJDK: https://adoptopenjdk.net/

FusionReactor for Docker Swarm [+]
FusionReactor Java Performance Monitor: Blog | 1/21/19 6:00 AM | Blog Posts
FusionReactor for Docker Swarm (Part 1, Installation)   Moving a standard ColdFusion installation to Docker Swarm requires rethinking – and frequently rewiring – portions of our infrastructure. Today, that means reconfiguring how we deploy FusionReactor to monitor our applications. If you’re already using FusionReactor, you know its value (and if you’re not using it, you […] The post

Alerting in FusionReactor for Docker Swarm [+]
FusionReactor Java Performance Monitor: Blog | 1/21/19 6:00 AM | News
Alerting in FusionReactor for Docker Swarm Previously I blogged, in earlier posts, about installing and deploying FusionReactor Cloud to monitor CFML applications on Docker Swarm. The next step is to to configure its updated alerting system to let you know if anything is amiss. FusionReactor Cloud advanced alerting capability allows you to respond quickly to application […] The post

What If The User Experience (UX) Of My InVision Projects Page Looked More Like Basecamp [+]
Kinky Solutions | 1/21/19 5:00 AM | User Experiernce (UX)
Ben Nadel dives into his nostalgia for the Basecamp 2 projects page; and, attempts to see what happens if he translates the information architecture of the Basecamp design onto the InVision context. This is an itch, 5-years in the scratching....

[FRS-455] Graph Rendering issues in Firefox 64 and 65 (fixed in Firefox 66) [+]
FusionReactor Java Performance Monitor: Blog | 1/21/19 4:30 AM | Support, Technotes, FRS, FRS-455
Graph Rendering issues in Firefox 64 and 65 (fixed in Firefox 66) The post [FRS-455] Graph Rendering issues in Firefox 64 and 65 (fixed in Firefox 66) appeared first on FusionReactor.

Experiment: Using Service Barrels As A De Facto Dependency-Injection Container In Vue.js 2.5.22 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 1/20/19 5:00 AM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel considers the topics of Dependency-Injection (DI) and Inversion of Control (IoC) in a Vue.js application. And, explores the use of a "service barrel" to create a de facto Dependency-Injection container that allows for more flexible services with much lower coupling....

pseudo rest parameters with CFML [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 1/18/19 10:30 AM | Blog, ColdFusion, Modern CFML, 2016, 2018, blog, modern cfml
In Javascript there is the rest parameter syntax, which is useful when you have a method which can accept multiple additional arguments. Have a look at the example of MDN to see how it works. https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Functions/rest_parameters CFML does not support the rest or spread syntax, but I thought I’d have a go at doing a

ODBC Connection not working on WinSrv2016 [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 1/18/19 10:30 AM | CF2018 Updates, ColdFusion 2018, Question, cf2018 updates, coldfusion 2018, jdbc, odbc, question, windows
Hi everyone, By trying to connect to a data source via ODBC to a Windows System DSN, Coldfusion Administrator throws an error: [Macromedia][SequeLink JDBC Driver][SequeLink Server]The specified data source is not defined The connection to the data source is succesfully made with the 64Bit ODBC-Windows-Driver. The data source is diplayed in the drop down an can be selected. We have created an ODBC Interface via system DNS to a data source by using the Windows 64Bit

Cold Fusion 2016 Compatibility with Windows Server 2016 [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 1/18/19 10:30 AM | ColdFusion 2016, Question, Windows Server 2016, 2016, coldfusion 2016, question, windows server 2016
Hi Team, We would like to know if Cold Fusion 2016 is Compatible with Windows Server 2016. Following errors were noticed during installation. Invocation of this java application has caused an InvocationTargetException. Please help !!!!! The post Cold Fusion 2016 Compatibility with Windows Server 2016 appeared first on

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