In honor of International’s Women’s Day, we wanted you all to meet our exceptional team of women coders. While we are grateful for them and their work every day, we wanted to highlight how essential they are for the success of our company. We started by asking them a few questions. As I compiled their stories, a common theme emerged, that being how happy they are doing what they love.
This will allow you to visualize that each ContentBox version can be paired with new image versions. This will also allow for rollbacks and rolling upgrades if necessary; all following semantic versioning. So let's dig in to this release!
We've been publishing all stable Lucee builds and select release candidate builds to ForgeBox for some time now. This allows you to use CommandBox CLI to start up a Lucee server running the version of your choice.
server start email@example.com
Publishing these CF engines has been a manual process in the past, and was something we'd do after Lucee issued a release announcement. This has changed last week now with three major additions to our process aimed at giving you faster builds, easier testing, and more deployment options.
In a previous blog post, we mentioned the Zero to Hero workshop. As some of you may have deduced given the title, this is a continuation of said workshop. This two-day advanced Hero to Superhero workshop will feature CEO of Ortus Solutions, Luis Majano. In this API edition, you will be creating an API from scratch, then you’ll secure it, you’ll leverage it, and then build a little object model.
Ortus Solutions took the difficult but necessary decision to cancel the D.C. workshop titled “Build Secure MVC ColdFusion Applications,” amidst growing concerns over coronavirus. The two-day workshop was scheduled for April 20th and 21st at the Regus in Washington, D.C.
“While we were really looking forward to coming to D.C. this year since we were also going to attend the Adobe CF Summit East, we understand that we must be proactive and take the necessar...
We are pleased to announce the release of CommandBox 5.0.0. This is a major release of our CLI package manager, REPL, and server tool. In this version are many library updates, new features, and bug fixes. All in all, there were 77 tickets closed for this release.
Our Into the Box workshops are carefully selected so that you can the make the most out of your time and investment in the conference. It might be redundant to highlight the importance of this workshop since troubleshooting is a problem everyone goes through.
Next up in our podcast series we have Brad Wood, who’ll lead the Intro to BDD Workshop. To begin with, let’s start by defining a few terms. BDD stands for Behavior Driven Development, which builds on top of TDD. In Brad’s words, “BDD is kind of a natural evolution of coming up with your user...
This year we have exciting, new projects under our belt and one of the first ones that was unveiled was our new Modernize or Die Podcast – Conference Edition. In order to keep our projects alive, we rely on the help of generous patreons who contribute in different ways to sustain our community and modernize CFML.
Into the Box has become a community of developers and interested individuals that share the same passion: excellency in what they do. As such, we are excited to announce our upcoming partnership for Into the Box 2020. This time around, we have CMD, a web-consultancy company which excels in helping clients develop amazing apps.