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Win Velocity 2019 Tickets [+]
FusionReactor Java Performance Monitor: Blog | 5/7/19 8:30 AM | News, Velocity 2019
FusionReactor are sponsors of Velocity 2019 in San Jose June 10 – June 13 2019. Win Bronze Tickets Winning is easy, simply Start a new 14 day FusionReactor trial Tweet about your trial using the hashtag “ImTryingFusionReactor” This year Velocity is all about building, managing and scaling cloud-native systems. To get ahead today, your organization […] The post Win Velocity 20

Considering Ways To Embed Widgets In My Markdown Using Flexmark 0.42.6 And ColdFusion [+]
Kinky Solutions | 5/7/19 7:30 AM | ColdFusion
Ben Nadel considers ways in which to embed widgets in his Markdown content when using Flexmark 0.42.6 and ColdFusion. Ideally, he would like to define the "what" in his markdown; and then apply the "how" (implementation) in his Markdown-to-HTML post-processing workflow....

Quick Tip: Where to find installers for older versions of ColdFusion [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 5/6/19 3:00 PM | ColdFusion, Discussion, Updates, discussion, question, updates
This is going to be a really quick “quick tip.” A company I contract for just reformatted and reinstalled their web server for the sole purpose of “cleaning out the fridge.”  There’s one problem.  They are running CF 10 and don’t have the installation file any more and they don’t want to upgrade at the moment. If you need an older ColdFusion installer, pick it up at CFMLRepo.com. Happy coding!

Coldfusion error on a page [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 5/6/19 3:00 PM | CF2018 Updates, ColdFusion 2018, Question, cf2018 updates, ColdFusion, coldfusion 2018, question
Hello, I am using ColdFusion 2018. I have successfully tested the application on a test server and everything works fine bujt when I move this to a new Windows 2016 server, I get an error as shown below.  Can someone please advice how to fix this error ? Thanks IQ Error Executing Database Query.

Coldfusion 2018 error [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 5/6/19 3:00 PM | ColdFusion, Development Services, Question, development services, question
Hello, We are using coldfusion 2018 on a windows 2016 server. We are getting an error as shown below, please advice how to fix this ? I have already checked and recompiled the database packages and all looks good with this. Thanks IQ Error Executing Database Query.

Cool Things I Learned From Reading The CommonMark Spec For Markdown [+]
Kinky Solutions | 5/6/19 7:30 AM | ColdFusion
Ben Nadel sits down and reads the CommonMark Spec (Version 0.29) which is the Markdown specification that the Flexmark Java Library is following. This reveals some really fascinating things about Markdown and about what can be done with Markdown content....

Into The Box 2019 (w/slides and code) [+]
Matthew J. Clemente | 5/5/19 8:00 PM
Many thanks to the (growing) team at Ortus Solutions for their tremendous work with this year’s Into the Box conference. True to form, it was filled with in-depth sessions and a relentless emphasis on modernization, best practices, and advanced tooling. I’ve said it before - if you’re a CFML developer, this conference is worth making an effort to attend. Into the Box is, in turns, pract

Into The Box 2019 ( w/slides and code) [+]
Matthew J. Clemente | 5/5/19 7:30 PM
Many thanks to the (growing) team at Ortus Solutions for their tremendous work with this year’s Into the Box conference. True to form, it was filled with in-depth sessions and a relentless emphasis on modernization, best practices, and advanced tooling. I’ve said it before - if you’re a CFML developer, this conference is worth making an effort to attend. Into the Box is, in turns, pract

Using replaceUrl To Persist Search Filters In The URL Without Messing Up The Browser History In Angular 7.2.14 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 5/5/19 3:30 PM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel demonstrates how to use the "replaceUrl" option of the Angular 7.2.14 Router to persist search criteria to the URL without bloating the Browser's History stack unnecessarily. This can lead to a more intuitive Back Button experience for the user....

Android Jetpack and Lifecycles [+]
Placona's Blog | 5/4/19 4:30 PM | jetpack, architecture, android
Handling configuration changes in Android can be a tricky subject. Configuration changes happen when you close an application, but also when you change the device’s orientation for example. Historically it’s been common practice to use

Android JetPack and Lifecycles [+]
Placona's Blog | 5/4/19 4:00 PM | jetpack, architecture, android
Handling configuration changes in Android can be a tricky subject. Configuration changes happen when you close an application, but also when you change the device’s orientation for example. Historically it’s been common practice to use

Creating A Proxy For Analytics Libraries In Order To Defer Loading And Parsing Overhead In Angular 7.2.13 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 5/4/19 3:30 PM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel experiments with the creation of Proxy classes for Analytics libraries that defer the loading, parsing, and initialization of 3rd-party analytics libraries in an Angular 7.2.13 app. The hope being that the application loads faster and decreases the TTFI (Time to First Interaction) for the user....

Slides from My IntoTheBox 2019 Presentation: Build Fine-Grained Control of Amazon Web Services in Your CFML App [+]
Brian Klass | 5/4/19 1:00 PM
I have to again thank the entire Ortus Solutions team for another excellent IntoTheBox conference this year. I always leave the conference energized to build better applications, and the team provides lots of tools to make that happen. This is a PDF of the slides from my presentation “Build Fine-Grained Control of Amazon Web Services in Your CFML App

Using AWS Step Functions in CFML: Making Choices and Branching in a Step Functions Workflow [+]
Brian Klass | 5/4/19 1:00 PM
Thus far in this first example Step Functions workflow that performs image analysis on a randomly selected image, our workflow has progressed in a purely linear fashion. We started at the first step in our workflow, and moved to the second step. We could continue to move linearly from one step to another, but how often do you build applications (or even individual functions) that are p

Multiple Forward Slashes in URL [+]
James Moberg | 5/3/19 7:00 PM | coldfusion, iis, iisrewrite, url, uri
While testing a permalink generator & manager library for ColdFusion, I came across a potential...

Handling Errors in Vue.js [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 5/2/19 12:00 PM | vuejs, JavaScript
I’ve been spending the last year working with, writing about, and presenting on my favorite framework, Vue.js, and realized that I had yet to look into error handling with Vue. I’d like to say that’s because I write perfect code, but I think we all know the truth of that. I spent some time the last few days playing around with various error handling techniques provided by Vue and thought I’d share my findings. Obviously this won’t cover every scenario out there, but I hope it helps!

Viewing The LaunchDarkly Feature Flag Evaluation Process As A Pure Function [+]
Kinky Solutions | 5/1/19 7:00 PM | Javascript / DHTML, Work
Ben Nadel sees a lot of people struggling to target the right users with the LaunchDarkly feature flag client. So, he shares the mental model that has been working well for him: Pure Functions. When the LaunchDarkly rules engine is viewed as a Pure Function, targeting becomes much easier to reason about....

How to get CF to know a user’s real IP address, when behind a proxy, load balancer, caching solution, etc. [+]
Adobe ColdFusion Blog | 5/1/19 11:00 AM | Blog, ColdFusion, Troubleshooting, admin, blog, troubleshooting
Someone asked how the could get CF to track the “real” ip address for someone, when their CF server was operating behind a particular proxy/caching solution–in their case Cloudflare, but it could happen with any number of such solutions. Often, such proxies/load balancers/caching servers will cause the IP address of that server to show up to CF, not that of the originating user. Why is this a problem? For one thing, some may expect to see the “real” user i

Thought Experiment: Partially-Applying Ng-Template References In Angular 7.2.13 [+]
Kinky Solutions | 4/30/19 7:00 PM | Javascript / DHTML
Ben Nadel conducts a thought experiment in which he takes an Ng-Template reference and partially applies template variables, producing a new TemplateRef instance that can be safely consumed by the NgFor directive in Angular 7.2.13....

Working with Audio in NativeScript - Part Two [+]
Raymond Camden'sBlog | 4/30/19 4:30 PM | vuejs, nativescript, javascript, mobile
A few days ago I blogged about my experience working with audio and NativeScript (Working with Audio in NativeScript - Part One). Over the weekend I got a chance to wrap up the demo application I was working on and thought I’d share the result. As always, my work ends up being a mix of stuff I think went well and stuff I think… could be done better. I’ll do my best to call out the code I think c

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