ColdBox, a widely used development platform for ColdFusion (CFML), has unveiled version 7.2. Packed with compelling new features, bug fixes, and enhancements, this release is designed to empower developers by boosting productivity, refining scheduled task capabilities, and enhancing the overall reliability and efficiency of application development. This article will delve into the key highlights of ColdBox 7.2 and elucidate how these advancements can positively impact developers in their daily coding endeavors.
ColdBox, the popular ColdFusion (CFML) development platform, has released version 7.1, bringing exciting new features, bug fixes, and improvements to further empower developers. This release focuses on enhancing productivity, improving debugging capabilities, and ensuring more reliable and efficient application development. In this blog post, we will explore the key highlights of ColdBox 7.1 and how they can benefit developers in their day-to-day coding activities.
We are excited to announce the release of ColdBox 6.9.0 LTS, packed with new features, improvements, and bug fixes. In this version, we focused on enhancing the debugging capabilities, improving the ScheduledTasks module, and fixing an important issue related to RestHandler. Let's dive into the details of these updates.
Introducing ColdBox 7: Revolutionizing Web Development with Cutting-Edge Features and Unparalleled Performance
We are thrilled to announce the highly anticipated release of ColdBox 7, the latest version of the acclaimed web development HMVC framework for ColdFusion (CFML). ColdBox 7 introduces groundbreaking features and advancements, elevating the development experience to new heights and empowering developers to create exceptional web applications and APIs.
Designed to meet the evolving needs of modern web development, ColdBox 7 boasts a range of powerful features that streamline the development process and enhance productivity. With its robust HMVC architecture and developer-friendly tools, ColdBox 7 enables developers to deliver high-performance, scalable, and maintainable web applications and APIs with ease.
We are thrilled to announce the release of our new ColdBox CLI tool! This powerful command-line interface is designed to help developers streamline their workflows and simplify their ColdBox development experience. With its intuitive syntax and powerful capabilities, the ColdBox CLI tool allows developers to easily create, test, and deploy ColdBox applications with just a few simple commands. Whether you are a seasoned ColdBox developer or just getting started with this powerful framework, the ColdBox CLI tool is the perfect addition to your toolkit.
This tool used to be embedded in the CommandBox core, but it now has a new home (https://github.com/ColdBox/coldbox-cli) and can have it's own life-cycles including LTS support for our ColdBox Framework as well.
Recently, I did a webinar on Refactoring Legacy Code and the question came up about whether or not it was possible to use ColdBox with existing code without converting everything to a ColdBox module or making changes to the existing codebase. In the first installation in this series, we took a tour of the various elements which make up ColdBox. In the second installation, we looked at creating layouts, views, and routes in the main site. In the third, we created a module and did the first integration of our existing code into our ColdBox site. In the fourth, we continued developing our module with a handler and passing variable back to Coldbox. Now we'll use Wirebox with and without ColdBox Modules to see how these approaches differ from a traditional approach.
Recently I did a webinar on Refactoring Legacy Code and the question came up about whether or not it was possible to use Coldbox with existing code without converting everything to a Coldbox module or making changes to the existing codebase. In the first installation in this series, we took a tour of the various elements which make up ColdBox. In the second installation, we looked at creating layouts, views, and routes in the main site. In this installation, we’re going to start incorporating our existing code base and do so using a module.
I am incredibly excited to announce the release of ColdBox v6.7.0 and its standalone companion libraries: CacheBox, LogBox and WireBox. This is an action packed release for all internal libraries with a big focus on performance, async programming, task scheduling and testing. With that said, let's explore this release. How do you update?