Many of you are wondering what happened to RIA Forge, and what the plans are to ensure that content is available to the community.
We're sorry for the lapse that has happened, and we're still working to fix it. Unfortunately it will still take a couple of weeks more for this process because of the way things happened with the domain. However, we do plan on migrating the content to an alternate site soon so we'll update as that comes online.
Additionally, future plans are to make the content available on GitHub. Some of the content is already there, but this will take some time as we contact authors and have the content migrated.
*** Update, riaforge.org is back up and running now ***
Again, we apologize for the inconvenience. We're still planning on transfering the content to GitHub soon.
Also, a big thank you to Charlie Arehart for your help behind the scenes!
We are glad to annouce the availability of Adobe ColdFusion Summit Mobile Apps on both Android and Apple Stores.
Apple version : https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/adobe-coldfusion-summit-2016/id1140251621?mt=8
Android version : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.attendease.adobe.cfsummit2016&hl=en
The above links are for the US stores. If you are logging in from another country and if the redirection does not work please search for "Adobe ColdFusion Summit" or "ColdFusion Summit" in the market place to get the correct links.
Users will need to login with the email and password they used to register for the event website.
The scheduler for Adobe ColdFusion Summit 2016 is live now!
The full schedule is available for viewing here.
If you're registered for the event, please login here and schedule the sessions that you're interested in. This will help our events team plan to have the most popular sessions in the larger rooms, and your schedule will be available to sync when the mobile app becomes available soon.
All the sessions are posted now, and we're really excited because this year we have a large number of real world solutions being presented around different ColdFusion implementations from customers and partners. We also have expert sessions from some of the integrated vendor partners, so take a look and start scheduling your agenda!
If you have any trouble logging in, please email us.
Reminder: Our hotel room block is filling up and the deadline is next Friday, September 9th for the $115/night rate. Please book early before the rooms fill. Reserve Rooms Here
This post is to announce the release of updates for ColdFusion 11 and ColdFusion 10.
These updates address the security vulnerability CVE-2014-3529, mentioned in the bulletin APSB16-30.
ColdFusion 2016 is not affected by this vulnerability.
Refer the following KB articles for instructions on how to download and install the updates.
ColdFusion 11 Update 10
ColdFusion 10 Update 21
We acknowledged at CFSummit that we need to move the needle when it comes to bug fixes in the product. Just as we had announced, we are making improvements in this axis.
Here are some of the highlights so far.
A total of 423 legacy bugs (legacy bugs are those that were reported in previous versions starting from ColdFusion 11) were resolved as a part of the release.
A total of 95 external bugs were fixed in just update 1 and update 2 for ColdFusion 2016. More details about what fixes went in update 2 can be found in this post.
The average age for bugs to be verified by the product team from the time it is logged in the system is now down to 4 days. This was around 35 days during the ColdFusion 11 timeframe. This gives you a good sense of comparison between where we were and where we are headed towards.
Also, the upcoming update 3 promises to be an even significant update in terms of bug fixes when compared to update 1 and update 2. Stay tuned to hear about the upcoming update.
I want to leave you with the message that we are monitoring our improvements in this space very closely. You will hear more details about our overall improvements to bug fixes at CFSummit this year. We look forward to seeing you there!