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The 12 Days of Christmas - ITB 2022 Video Release— Day 5 - CommandBox

Gavin Pickin |  December 14, 2022

It's that time of year again. Trees are lit, presents are being wrapped, and relatives are coming to visit. That's right, it's time again for the 12 days of Christmas-- 2022 ITB Video Release Edition! 

Today, Day 5's Videos from Into the Box 2022 Conference, 3 sessions related to CommandBox, hidden gems, building modules for CommandBox and Securing CommandBox servers for Production.

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CommandBox 5.7.0 Released!

Brad Wood |  December 07, 2022

We are pleased to announce the release of CommandBox 5.7.0, which comes with a handful of new features and some important library updates.

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As usual, you can acquire the latest release from our download page, or your favoriate HomeBrew or apt/yum repo

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CommandBox 5.6.0 Released!

Brad Wood |  September 03, 2022

We are pleased to announce the release of CommandBox 5.6.0, a minor release of the CFML CLI and package manager.  This release contains 25 completed tickets including bug fixes, some big new features, and library updates!  Please enjoy the new release, and as always, let us know if you have any issues or questions!

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CommandBox 5.5.2 Released!

Brad Wood |  May 20, 2022

We are pleased to release CommandBox 5.5.2.  This is patch release following our recent 5.5.1 release.  It contains mostly fixes for regressions in the 5.5. release.  If you're upgrading from CommandBox 5.4, please refer to the 5.5.1 release notes first.

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CommandBox 5.5.1 Released!

Brad Wood |  May 05, 2022

We are pleased to announce the immediate release of CommandBox 5.5.1, the latest version of our CFFML package manager, REPL, and CLI tool.  This release has been 6 months in the making and closed 66 tickets.

As usual, the docs have all been updated to include the latest goodness.   You can read them here:

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CommandBox Github Actions v2.0.0 Released

Luis Majano |  February 17, 2022

We are so incredibly excited to bring about an official release of this github action that our very own Eric Peterson has started. This has been a collective effort with the mighty Michael Born, Github Actions Guru, to bring you speed, optimizations and documentation to getting CommandBox CLI installed in Github actions easily and speedily.

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CommandBox 5.4.2 Released!

Brad Wood |  October 07, 2021

There is a new update for CommandBox CLI available.  Version 5.4.2 is a patch update that contains a few bug fixes including two important ones. 

  • There is a fix for a regression introduced in 5.4.0 where updating the version of a CF engine doesn't work without forgetting the server first. 
  • There is also an important security impro...
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CommandBox 5.4.1 Released

Brad Wood |  September 17, 2021

We are pleased to announce the release of CommandBox 5.4.1.  This is a patch release with 5 small fixes for the 5.4.0 release.   There are a few bug fixes, and a couple small enhancements in this release.

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CommandBox 5.4.0 Released!

Brad Wood |  August 18, 2021

We are pleased to announce the release of CommandBox 5.4.0.  A minor update containing 30 bug fixes and enhancements that has been 3 months in the making.  Our focus for this release was cleaning up some rough edges left from the 5.3.x enhancements, improvements to the CLI to support the latest modules, and enhancements to automation around environment variables.  

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CommandBox-CFConfig 1.6.0 Released!

Brad Wood |  August 05, 2021

Hot on the heels of our previous announcement of big new CFConfig features, we've got another release to let you know about!  This release should all be completely backwards compatible, but we’ve added a bunch of new behaviors so please report any issues you may have.  This release was all about relieving the pain of Lucee developers dealing with the duality of their server and web context.  Some config has to go in the server admin and some config has to go in the web admin.  CFConfig previously would only automatically import config into the server context which left you with a manual task to get your web config imported.  

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