Come join the Adobe team as we begin the year with a series of events on the East Coast! Breakfast will be provided, and you'll hear about the latest roadmap and direction of Adobe ColdFusion along with more detailed plans over then next couple of years.
The events will be held from 8:00am to 11:00am at hotels in the following locations.
February 13: Philadelphia, PA
Philadelphia Marriott Downtown
1201 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
February 15: Durham, NC
Marriott at Research Triangle Park
4700 Guardian Drive
Durham, NC 27703
February 17: Orlando, Fl
JW Marriott Orlando, Grande Lakes
4040 Central Florida Parkway
Orlando, FL 32837
Please RSVP with the number of attendees to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot.
See you there!
Thank you to everyone that attended Adobe ColdFusion Summit 2016!
We hope you enjoyed the conference both for networking and awesome session content that our presenters provided. Though we have published many of the slide decks already, many of you have been asking for the actual PDF downloads to review on your own. The download link for the session decks is available on the FTP site below.
We hope to see you again next year!
Slide decks online: http://www.slideshare.net/ColdFusionConference
Dropbox share is available here
Nginx is a high-performance and open-source web server that is widely used in the web community. It can now be configured with ColdFusion 2016. With this post we are making available the prerelease build of the web-server connector for testing purposes.
The prerelese build is in the form of an Linux 64-bit installer that packages the following 2 components:
- The Nginx web server installer. This installer is a variant of the standard Nginx installer that packages the AJP modules that enbable the communication between the webserver and ColdFusion.
- WSconfig.jar. This is a modified version of the library present in ColdFusion's <cf_root>/cfusion/lib directory, that is required by the WSConfig tool when configuring a web server connector.
For detailed instructions on installing the webserver and configuring the connector, refer this document.
We will look forward to your suggestions and feedback.
Click on this link to download the source for the Ngnix Connector.
Revision (09 Jan 2017): The download link for Ngnix Connector source added.
This post is to announce the availability of updates for ColdFusion 2016 and ColdFusion Builder 2016.
ColdFusion (2016 release) Update 3
ColdFusion 2016 Update 3 includes support for Windows 10 Version 1607 and IBM Websphere Application Server 9. It also includes approximately 180 bug fixes(including ~100 external bugs) related to Language, Document Management, Serialization, Net Protocols, Database, Administrator and a few other areas.
For more details, refer this tech note.
ColdFusion Builder (2016 release) Update 3
ColdFusion Builder 2016 Update 3 includes:
1. Important security fixes
2. Bugs fixes in the areas of Editor and Security Code Analyzer.
3. Upgraded PhoneGap libraries(from version 5.2.0 to version 6.0.0)
4. Dictionary (Code Assist) changes to accommodate the changes/enhancements in ColdFusion 2016 Update 3 and earlier.
For more details, refer this tech note.
NOTE: We will be back porting all the important/applicable fixes to ColdFusion 10 and 11 version. Pre-release build for the same will be available in a couple of weeks for your feedback.
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!