Starting this Friday, June 10th, at 1pm PDT, Gavin Pickin is going to host a live stream, live coding, pair programming with some Community Member "Friends". This stream will try to include special guests from the community, to get their viewpoints / advice on how Gavin should do something. Weekly on Fridays at 1pm PDT - The goal is to host these live streams on a weekly basis, when possible.
On June 24th at 11:00 AM CDT, we are happy to announce the Dan Card will be presenting Getting started with the Legacy Migration for the June 2022 Ortus Webinar. If you have a more traditional / legacy codebase, and are wanting to modernize but don't know where to start, this webinar is just for you!
In the last blog post in this series, we discussed Case Sensitivity on Windows, what is it, why does it matter, and how it could mess up your developer day in ways you never thought of. In this blog post, we're going to show you how to enable case sensitivity in windows, for a given folder, all folders underneath it, and explain how that case sensitivity is inherited, and when it isn't.
We were busy this week, we released a lot of content for you... on the podcast, cfcasts, youtube, and our blog as well as a couple of special podcast appearances for Brad Wood and Luis Majano on the Wicked Good Development Podcast while they were at DevNexus. Here's the summary in bite size pieces.
I know we all reuse code and some types of reuse are better than the others (I'm looking at you COPY AND PASTE / man in the mirror), but copy-paste is only a symptom of a larger issue, that WET code is not as easy to maintain as DRY code.
ColdSpring was the first dependency injection framework for ColdFusion in the good 'ol days. It was inspired by Java Spring and it rocked during its tenure. As a matter of fact, there is still quite a large number of applications leveraging it, even though the framework itself is completey legacy, unsupported and might not even work on some versions of Adobe 2018+ as well. If you are in this technical debt boat and want a quick win and recover some ground in the technical debt war, then this tutorial is for you.
CommandBox 5.2.0 added a new feature called Server Profiles which allow you to dial in a bevy of development or production lockdown rules in a single setting. Each profile can be tweaked with individual settings to customize them.