Entries Tagged as “Rapid Application Development”
Performance | Thunder | Adobe ColdFusion | Mobile | productivity | Rapid Application Development | Splendor | web application development | web application security
In case you haven't already noticed,the public beta for the major version of ColdFusion codenamed Splendor and for the next major version of ColdFusion Builder Thunder is now available.
You can quickly go over what's new in ColdFusion Splendor here. There are also a couple of videos on the video tab that gives you a quick introduction to what's new in ColdFusion. The link for the documentation home page is at - https://wikidocs.adobe.com/wiki/display/coldfusionen/Home
There are lots of new features and enhancements in Splendor and in Thunder. We look forward to hearing your feedback during the public beta.
CF Summit | CFBuilder | ColdFusion | Mobile | productivity | Rapid Application Development | Splendor
This is a follow-up post on "Source code of CFSummit2013 mobile application" . There has been a lot of discussion in the comments of that post, as well as on a number of social media channels. I saw that some of the reactions were based on incomplete understanding of these features.
But first things first - Mobile features in Splendor and Thunder are specifically targeted for mobile application development. If you are not doing any mobile development or do not plan to do so in the near future, then these features may not appeal to you.
ColdFusion Mobile features are not just about cfclient
A lost of discussion is happening around cfclient. It is being assumed that this is a complete feature. Well, it is not. It is a part of overall mobile development features of Splendor and Thunder. These features can be categorized in four broad areas -
Adobe ColdFusion | Announcements | productivity | Rapid Application Development | web application development | web application security
Amazon is organizing a webinar on the 18th of September at 10 am PT titled 'Leverage the power of Adobe ColdFusion on AWS'. You can register for this AWS webinar here
Learn about the AWS offering from,
Tom Laszewski, Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services
Chandan Kumar, Computer Scientist, Adobe
Akhila K. Srinivas, Software Engineer, Adobe
Announcements | Rapid Application Development | web application | web application development | web application security | web programming
Please participate in this ColdFusion feature usage survey. This is not a typical feature usage survey for ColdFusion. The purpose of this survey is to understand the usage of some of the old or not-so-popular features of ColdFusion.
The information gathered here will help Adobe deprecate/retain/provide alternate features in the next major version of ColdFusion.
Thanks for your time.
Adobe ColdFusion 10 | Announcements | Rapid Application Development | web application development | web application security
ColdFusion 10 update 11 is now available for download within the ColdFusion 10 administrator. This is a significant update as it has more than 50 fixes across various areas of the product.
The most noteworthy additions are the support for Microsoft SQL Server 2012, MySQL 5.6 and 64-bit COM interoperability.
Here are the key areas and some fixes made in this update:
1. JSON - serialization issues
2. Caching - ORM secondary cache and cached query with query params,
3. File Management - Spreadsheet tag working with VFS files
4. Hotfix Installer - Error notification if a problem is encountered during hotfix installation
5. REST Services - Issues with RestInitApplication
6. Scheduler - onMisfire event handler, PauseAll/ResumeAll, Scheduled tasks - migrated or from CAR
7. Security - Accesing public methods of a CFC via WebSockets
8. Web Container/Tomcat - CGI.server_port, IIS custom error handlers
9. Web Services - IIS virtual folders and https access
10. WebSocket - CGI scope reset and CFC returning CGI Scope