In my last post, I talked about How to hook into Hibernate ORM Events easily with CBORM and ColdBox. I talked through the what, why, how, but didn't get to the code. So this post, is going to go through the code and give you a real example you could use today to extend ContentBox's core Author module with your own function.
I have been working for Ortus Solutions for over two years now, and still, every day I learn something new about one of our modules or tools. In one of my current customer projects, we are taking a ContentBox installation ( our Modular Content Management System built on top of ColdBox ), customizing it, extending it, and it's really fun. One of the big customizations for this projects is extending the permissions structure, outside of what we wanted to do in the ContentBox core.
Today we are very excited to bring you ContentBox version 3.7.0!
This release has a major focus on security, authentication, containers, testing and automation. Below you can find the major changes and updates for this release and our full release notes so you can geek out.
Today we are very excited to bring you ContentBox version 3.6.0!
This release is all about improvements to the core, localization and internationalization for sites, many bug fixes, UI improvements and updates to our containerization strategy!
We are very excited that the [Portainer.io](http://portainer.io/) crew has added support for CommandBox and CommandBox docker image deployment!
Don't know what a container is? Continue down and we will show you what it's all about!
We are pleased to announce the release of the official ContentBox Docker image. As with the CommandBox image, the
[major].[minor].[patch] versioning mirrors the upstream product version, so it's easy to pull deploy a specific version, should your application require it.