Entries for month: “January 2013”
HTML5 | Adobe ColdFusion 10 | Video
Visit the ColdFusion Channel at Youtube for a quick demo on the latest enhancements made to the CFMEDIAPLAYER tag to support HTML5 features in ColdFusion 10.
You can know more about the video player from this blog post .
Explore the ColdFusion Channel at Youtube and let us know your feedback.
Liked some content ? Want to see some more videos elaborating your favourite CF feature ?
Then do let connect with us and help us in our initiative of bringing the best video content for you.
And most importantly, stay tuned for more stuff coming your way.
Adobe ColdFusion | Announcements
We have made some tweaks to the ColdFusion blog to improve screen space utilization, new captcha, make search better and cross link other SoMe channels. We will continue to add relevant content around product news and features that can help drive the traffic and make ColdFusion blog a centerpiece of engagement and interaction with our community.
Please let us know your thoughts and feedback on what kind of content should we cover.
Adobe ColdFusion | Announcements | ColdFusion | Video
As part of our Community Engagement initiative this year, we are planning to make various improvements with our social media channels to improve customer engagement and interaction. To make video an important part of this initiative, we are launching ColdFusion YouTube channel to showcase various videos around product news, demos, what’s new, tips & tricks and so on.
Check out the channel at http://www.youtube.com/adobecoldfusion, subscribe to it and help spread the word around and link it to your blogs.
We will be updating the content, add playlists as we go along and seek ways to add community content in future.
I’d love to get some feedback from all of you, so please comment on the YouTube channel, or here, and let us know what you think!
Security | Adobe ColdFusion 10 | Application Server | ColdFusion Secure Profile | web application security
About Secure Profile
In ColdFusion 10, the “Secure Profile” feature was added. It can be enabled at the time of installation and helps configure some of the important settings for securing server. It is highly recommended to choose this option for production servers. Complete details of Secure Profile can be found here.
Determining the status of Secure Profile
Once you enable this option from Installer, there are multiple ways to determine the status of “Secure Profile”.
- In <ColdFusion-home>/lib/neo-security.xml, “secureprofile.enabled” flag value indicates if secure profile is enabled or not. Note: Changing value of this flag post installation will not re-configure other secure profile affected settings.
- Alternatively you can use Admin Extension created by Raymond Camden. Details can be found here.
- You can also check in web.xml file under runtime/conf. There is a section (“<!—secure profile enable start” ) that will be commented out if it is not turned on.
Adobe ColdFusion | Adobe ColdFusion 10 | Adobe ColdFusion Builder | Announcements | creating a website | productivity | Rapid Application Development | web application development
We announced our plans on a full-fledged ColdFusion conference this year. Here is a follow up survey to capture your inputs and feedback. As always your participation in the survey is highly appreciated. This is also your chance to let Adobe know how you would like to see the new conference on ColdFusion shape up.
Here's the survey link
As you are also aware, due to MAX’s focus on Creative Cloud tools and services, there are no ColdFusion sessions at Adobe MAX this year. The unconferences too are going to be dedicated to those that support the Creative Cloud offering. So it is unlikely that the ColdFusion unconference will happen at MAX this year. But the good news is that we do have an exclusive ColdFusion conference planned. Please participate in the survey and give us your feedback.