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This article will focus on two smaller but still wildly useful new Dependency Injection (DI) features in ColdBox 7: Lazy Properties and Property Observers. With these new DI features, developers have access to speed boosts and automatic locking around object construction with lazy properties, better logging and debugging capabilities (among many other uses) with property observers, and much much more.
Are you tired of using writeDump() every time you encounter issues? Spending more time troubleshooting than developing new features? Dealing with legacy code nightmares? Say goodbye to old-fashioned troubleshooting methods! Introducing cbDebugger & LogBox, powerful tools to simplify your ColdBox app debugging process. And guess what? They are open-source and free!
ColdBox 7 brings us many great new features, but let’s not overlook a simple one that improves the organization of our ColdBox application's
One of the the most significant new features in Coldbox v7 and Wirebox v7, delegates, is arguably a new language feature rather than a framework feature. Despite the implementation not being native with either Lucee or Adobe engines, the functionality provided using delegates is both long overdue and likely to change the way you program - and, especially, the way you approach inheritance and code reusability.
Delegates are game-changers for anyone using Wirebox, in the way you approach code reusability and inheritance.
Applications are only sometimes lightweight. There can often be large datasets and complex operations that need to run. To help remedy this, you can tap into the JDK using ColdBox's AsyncManager to bring pipelines, futures, and other tools to help com...
ColdBox 7 dropped just over a month ago, and as part of those updates, the ColdBox Application Templates have also been updated. If you didn't know already, there are a handful of application templates that you can use to get up and running with ColdBox quickly.
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ColdBox is an excellent MVC framework that can be used to solve many problems, from creating simple websites to enterprise-level applications. With built-in support for logging, caching, routing, dependency injection, testing, documentation, and more, it covers most of your needs as a developer. It also supports a modular architecture that allows you to grow your application as needed.