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There is a mandatory update to ColdFusion 10 that all ColdFusion 10 users need to apply on all platforms.

[Update: The mandatory update was refreshed. Take a look at the latest update here ]

You can download the update from here: http://www.adobe.com/support/coldfusion/downloads_updates.html

Detailed instructions on how to apply this update is available in the technote here: http://helpx.adobe.com/coldfusion/kb/coldfusion-10-mandatory-update.html

You can run the update from the command line either in the GUI or in the silent mode by following the steps outlined here: http://help.adobe.com/en_US/ColdFusion/10.0/Admin/WSe61e35da8d318518-33adffe0134c60cd31c-7ffe.html

 

 

All ColdFusion updates are now signed with the new code signing certificate because of a code signing certificate revocation. This mandatory Update ensures that your current installation of ColdFusion 10 is updated with the new code signing certificate. This update is also required for proper functioning of the auto update functionality in ColdFusion 10. Adobe strongly recommends that you apply this update.

For more details of the code signing revocation read the KB article here : http://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/global/certificate-updates.html

 

 

 

 

With the release of ColdFusion 10 and ColdFusion Builder 2.0.1 in May 2012, we have started work on our next versions of ColdFusion Server and ColdFusion Builder. Today, we announced the codenames for these releases at RIACon 2012.

The next version of ColdFusion server will be called Codename Splendor and that of ColdFusion Builder will be called Codename Thunder.

As we build our long term plan and roadmap for these products we have also finalized the codenames for our subsequent releases as well. The subsequent release of ColdFusion server will be called Codename Dazzle and that of ColdFusion Builder will be called Codename Blizzard.

We have some exciting feature themes and product directions planned for these releases and hope to bring them out sooner than our regular cycles. Rakshith, our Product Manager, will be soon announcing the product roadmap …so stay tuned.

ColdFusion 10 figures on CIO.com in the 9 programming tools for maximizing HTML5 here.

 

The post talks about ColdFusion as the server-side technology for building enterprise Web applications leverages HTML5 integration to build rich user experiences using WebSockets, interactive charting, video, and geo-tagging.

I have posted the Adobe ColdFusion Mobile and HTML5 survey here. Please spare a few minutes to help Adobe take the right steps to build the future of the product that you love - Adobe ColdFusion!

Business 2 Community’s Tom Scully posted an article about the new upgrades in ColdFusion 10, saying that the program has come at the perfect time for mobile app developers. The article reported that ColdFusion 10 allows enterprise app developers to be more productive while simultaneously increasing app security. “Though it has only been out for a short time Adobe’s ColdFusion 10 is rapidly gaining popularity with mobile app developers who know what the new program can bring to their work,” the article said. ColdFusion 10 allows developers to do more than ever before in a shorter period of time, Scully added.

Here's the link to the full article.