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CF2018 and requestTimeOut [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 5/20/19 9:30 AM | CF2018 Updates, ColdFusion 2018, Question, 2018, cf2018 updates, coldfusion 2018, question
We have just migrated from CF11 to CF2018 and discovered that it not possible to set the timeout option using the scheduler. It looks like setting the requesttimeout option in the requested cfm page doesn’t solve the problem. The scheduler still ends up with an timeout exception. What is the correct way of specifying the timeout value using the scheduler in CF2018? The post CF2018 and

Using AWS Step Functions in CFML: Invoking and Tracking Step Function Workflows from CFML [+]
Brian Klass | 5/20/19 9:30 AM
We are now eight posts in to this series on using Step Functions in your CFML applications, and there hasn’t been a whole lot of CMFL. We’ve looked in detail at the first example workflow of performing image analysis on a randomly selected image, and the various state types that make up that workflow. Now it’s time to see how we invoke a Step Function from CFML and get data back from t

Most Of Your Modal Windows Should Be Directly Accessible By Route In Angular 7.2.15 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 5/20/19 5:30 AM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel posits that most modal windows within a Single-Page Application (SPA) should be directly accessible by route. With the auxiliary routes in the Angular 7.2.15 router, this becomes a trivial task. And, creates an application architecture that is far more flexible and beneficial to the long-term support of the application and its users....

Adobe ColdFusion Vision for the Next 10 Years, with Rakshith Naresh [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 5/17/19 3:00 PM | Blog, CF2018 Updates, ColdFusion 2018, 2018, blog, cf2018 updates, coldfusion 2018
I was happy to catch Rakshith Naresh, Adobe ColdFusion Product Manager, and sit down and talk about the next 10 (and more!) years of ColdFusion. He gave an amazing talk at CF Summit East 2019, about cool new features of CF 2018 and what the future brings. Why do

Where do set the components directory [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 5/17/19 3:00 PM | CF2018 Updates, ColdFusion 2018, Question, administrator, cf2018 updates, coldfusion 2018, question
How do I set up the components directory in the ColdFusion 2018 server? The post Where do set the components directory appeared first on ColdFusion.

4 Focus Areas for the Best ColdFusion Server Optimization [+]
TeraTech | 5/17/19 11:30 AM | Security, Server Software
Some people may believe that they have the best web server setup. It might run smoothly now, but what happens when it is fully load

What is the difference between ASCII Chr(10) and Chr(13) [+]
ColdFusion, Java, and Web Development | 5/17/19 9:30 AM | Misc
Writing this because I can never remember which ascii code is \n and which is \r. Usually I end up googling my ASCII Cheatsheet for the answer. So here it is fully explained in case you are curious: What is Chr(10) The ASCII character code 10 is sometimes written as \n and it is sometimes called a New Line or NL.

Adobe ColdFusion Vision for the Next 10 Years, with Rakshith Naresh [+]
TeraTech | 5/17/19 8:30 AM | CFSummit, ColdFusion 2018
I was happy to catch Rakshith Naresh, Adobe ColdFusion Product Manager, and sit down and talk about the next 10 (and more!) years of ColdFusion. He gave an amazing talk at CF Summit East 2019, about cool new features of CF 2018 and what the future brings.

The Location() Function URL-Encodes The Hash If The URL Also Contains A Query-String In Lucee [+]
Kinky Solutions | 5/17/19 5:30 AM | ColdFusion
Ben Nadel discovers that the location() function in Lucee will URL-code the hash / fragment of the requested URL if - and only if - the requested URL also contains a query-string. This was breaking his Angular.js application, which consumes the URL hash in the application Router....

Can I use Cold Fusion Builder to auto generate forms and queries? [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 5/17/19 4:30 AM | CF2018 Updates, ColdFusion 2018, Question, 2018, cf2018 updates, coldfusion 2018, question
Back in the earlier days of CF, I was able to generate pages out of CFStudio.  I have been away from it for a long time and am wondering if I can do this in CFBuilder 2018. The post Can I use Cold Fusion Builder to auto generate forms and queries? appeared first on ColdFusion.

Fixinator- A New, Powerful Security for Your CFML Code [+]
TeraTech | 5/16/19 3:00 PM | Security

Fun With Destructuring [+]
Cutter's Crossing | 5/16/19 9:30 AM | Development, AngularJS, ES2015, React, NodeJS, JavaScript
If you aren't compiling your JavaScript (well, EcmaScript...) code with Babel, you're probably missing out on some of the best features of the evolving language. On the other hand, if you're working in React or Angular every day, you've probably come across some of the most dynamic features. Destructuring is a prime example, but it's also important to understand the "gotchas". Let's take a simple example to show you some of the power of destructuring. const nodes = [{ id: '0-1',

Using HTML Form Validation without a Form (Kinda) [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 5/15/19 4:30 PM | html5, javascript
This will be a quick one. I’ve been a huge fan of HTML-based form validation for some time now. Even though it is far from perfect (and must always be coupled with server-side validation), I love the fact that it can catch errors early in the submission process and create a better experience for users. My first experience with server-side programming was writing Perl scripts to handle forms so any

Using AWS Step Functions in CFML: Finishing the Workflow Execution and Returning Data to the Caller [+]
Brian Klass | 5/15/19 4:00 PM
We’re finally at the end of this first example Step Functions workflow. We’ve randomly selected an image from a set of choices and performed machine vision anlysis on that image. How then, does Step Functions know when a workflow is at an end? There are two state types that tell the Step Functions execution environment that a workflow is at an end: the “succeed” state and the “fail” state. The succeed state obviously indicates that the execution completed successfully, and the fail st

Fixinator & Foundeo Security Bundle [+]
ColdFusion, Java, and Web Development | 5/14/19 10:30 AM | ColdFusion
I'm pleased to announce that Fixinator and the Foundeo CFML Continuous Security Bundle are both avaliable to purchase. What is Fixinator? Fixinator is a CFML security code scanner that can not only find security issues in your code it can also help you fix them (hence the name). Take a look at the screenshot below to see how it works:

Building a Plex Server Duration Search with Vue.js [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 5/14/19 9:00 AM | vuejs, JavaScript
A few days ago a good friend asked me a question about Plex. If you’ve never heard of it, Plex is an awesome media server that creates an easy to use UI for media (videos, music files, pictures, etc.). It’s very popular and you can use it via the web, mobile devices, and smart TVs. It’s relatively easy to use and you can share your (legally acquired of course) content with friends. My friend mentioned that it would be cool if Plex had a way to find

Performing A SublimeText-Inspired Fuzzy Search For String Matching In Angular 7.2.15 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 5/14/19 8:30 AM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel creates a fuzzy search algorithm in Angular 7.2.15 that is inspired by SublimeText's "Goto Anywhere" command. This fuzzy search matches partial queries against sequential characters in a given value, creating a very flexible and powerful search experience....

Runnin' In The Streets! CommandBox Task Runners For The Real World [+]
South of Shasta | 5/13/19 8:00 PM
Recently CommandBox added a new feature called Task Runners to let you “run ColdFusion code”. That doesn’t sound exciting but it’s really quite useful.  Now we can use CommandBox and CFML to replace our Ant scripts, Gulp tasks, CRON jobs, shell scripts, and so on! With Task Runners, not only can your entire application be CFML but the build scripts, nightly batch processes, shell scripts and tons more can also be written and managed in CFML. Goodbye, super cryptic

I'm Still Scared of Aspect Oriented Programming! [+]
South of Shasta | 5/13/19 7:30 PM
So you’ve figured out what Model View Controllers do, and even wrapped your head around using Dependency Injection for bean management. Excellent! But that pesky Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) layer is still a complete mystery! It’s not that bad, I promise. And in this talk we’ll go over the basics of what AOP does, plus show you some ways to implement it in your applications. There are several AOP libraries available in CFML -- you can use any of them in your existing ap

ColdFusion Isn't Just For Web Sites [+]
XopherMedia | 5/13/19 12:30 PM
Hello, all!The technology stack you choose is often a pretty overwhelming decision depending on your comfort with tech. Will my applications be secure? Easily maintainable? Future proof? Can I find the right talent when I need it?These are all important things a tech startup will have to consider (along with so many other non-tech things). If you don't know a REST API from a rest stop, then maybe it's an easier choice. Whatever gets the job done fastest and at the highest

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