We are excited to finally announce the availability of the ColdBox 4 printed and kindle book. Enjoy!
We are so excited to announce the general availability of 5 new Ortus Books in print and kindle format about our products. We have been hard at work to produce high quality documentation and transition all our documentation to book format. We only have two more in the works right now with a target release of May (ColdBox + ContentBox). So without further ado, here are the 5 new books f...
We are proud to announce the general availability of the new CacheBox 2.0.0 documentation in book format. The book can be read online and downloaded for Free for all types of readers and mobile devices. Enjoy!
ColdBox 4.0 is a major release for the ColdBox line. The most major since its original release in June 2006. To boost efficency and open up options, we've removed a lot of non-necessary items from the core installation and made them available through modular architecture instead. However, there are some thing that we've kept - and for good reason. This post discusses what we kept in the core of ColdBox 4.0 and why.
In ColdBox 4 we have expanded the
runEvent() method to allow you to add caching parameters so ColdBox can take care of caching output from events. This is a great way to accelerate the execution of widgets or viewlets within an application as it will execute them and cache them as needed. Here is the new signature for the
In tandem with our ColdBox 4.0 release, we are publishing major releases of the core Box libraries as well:
It is a happy day here at Ortus Solutions as we bring you yet again a plethora of releases of all our major open source libraries. This is the culmination of over 6 months of hard work to get you updates for all of our major open source libraries and even a new library, TestBox. You can read more about our releases in our engineering blog:
We are very excited to partner up with the great folks at Couchbase to bring you an awesome webinar on November 19th, 2013. Myself, Brad and Tug will be presenting on the amazing features of the Couchbase NoSQL server and how it can be leveraged for scalability with CFML applications. Here is a synopsis of the webinar: