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What's New in Commandbox 4 - Debugging Servers

Brad Wood |  July 24, 2018

Learn how to debug your servers when they won't start with CommandBox 4.  

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What's New in Commandbox 4 - Interactive Jobs

Brad Wood |  July 17, 2018

Learn about the new interactive job UI in CommandBox 4, where you can find it, and how to use it in your own Task Runners and custom commands.

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What's New in Commandbox 4 - Multiselect Input

Brad Wood |  July 10, 2018

Learn about the new interactive multiselect input control in CommandBox, where you can find it, and how to use it in Task Runners and custom commands.

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What's New in Commandbox 4 - History

Brad Wood |  July 03, 2018

Learn how to better search and access your console history in CommandBox 4.

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What's New in Commandbox 4 - Server Log Files

Brad Wood |  June 19, 2018

Learn about how server log files are improved in CommandBox 4 for rewrites, access logs, and your servlet out log.

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What's New in Commandbox 4 - Task Runners

Brad Wood |  June 15, 2018

Learn about Task Runner improvements in CommandBox 4.0 CLI for CFML and ColdFusion

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What's New in Commandbox 4 - 256 colors & Bullet Train

Brad Wood |  June 06, 2018

Learn about using 256 color support and the CommandBox Bullet Train module in this new screencast.

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Screencast - Running CommandBox servers behind IIS with Boncode

Brad Wood |  January 30, 2018

We've made another screencast for you and this one shows how you can run CommandBox sites behind an IIS web server using the Boncode connector.  If you're interested in using CommandBox for easy management of your production websites, this allows static files like images, JavaScript, or PDFs to be served by the web server.  It can also be handy if your site requires some IIS-specific features but you still want the portability and ease of deployment that comes with CommandBox and CFConfig.  

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Screencast - Starting CommandBox Servers as a Windows Service

Brad Wood |  January 29, 2018

A common question we get now is how to take a CommandBox server and wrap it in a Windows service so it starts automatically at boot time.  This is ideal for production use or just a dev site that you always want to stay running.  With this new screencast, you will learn how to take any CommandBox server and install it as a Windows service using a free tool called NSSM.

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Screencast - CommandBox Package Link for Module Development

Brad Wood |  January 03, 2018

The package link and package unlink commands are fairly new to CommandBox and here's a brief screencast that shows you a real life use case for them.  The package link command will create a symlink from your current directory into your CommandBox's system modules folder and reload your shell. 

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