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Here are the upcoming ColdFusion e-seminars from Adobe engineers. To register, click here
Securing applications with ColdFusion 10 security enhancements
July 25, 2012
The session will include best practices for writing secure applications. It will discuss the new APIs and features added in ColdFusion 10. We will do hands on/Examples of each category. The session will also include brief about hot-fix installer and Secure profile features. We will end with discussing some of the configurations which can help largely protect an application.
Revamped scheduled tasks in ColdFusion 10
August 01, 2012
The scheduling task management has been completely revamped in ColdFusion 10. We'll cover new aspects like conditionals, ranges, triggers, chaining, priority, grouping, and more. You'll see examples of how the new scheduling services in ColdFusion 10 will make you re-think how you use cron jobs in your applications.
Here are the ColdFusion e-seminars in May right after all the ColdFusion focus at cf.Objective(). One on the 22nd of May and the other on the 24th of May.
Register now for the two e-seminars this month here.
- May 22, 2012
Creating an eCommerce solution that can fit thousands of different business requirements is not easy. Add multiple platforms and databases to the mix and it's really challenging to create a solution that can serve the unique need of various businesses. ColdFusion's rapid application development times combined with enterprise level features like Object Relational Mapping (ORM) enabled ten24 to create powerful, robust, flexible and highly scalable open source eCommerce application. In this seminar, ten24 will share the architecture and features of Slatwall eCommerce application.
- May 24, 2012
You have heard of REST as a buzzword and as an architecture best suited for developing web applications. Now it’s time to take a dive into this new world full of possibilities. With ColdFusion Zeus natively providing the support for REST, let us explore what REST is all about, its core principles and how to develop an application which is faster, more scalable and secure, within minutes using components that you already know of.
There is an Adobe e-seminar on Monitoring ColdFusion with FusionReactor on the 22nd of February. Do register if you are interested! Here's the registration link: http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/event/index.cfm?event=detail&id=1965964&loc=en_us