Posts tagged "ColdFusion"

Survey on ColdFusion

The ColdFusion team has put together a survey that gives you an opportunity to provide your feedback on ColdFusion 9. The survey also lets you indicate you wish list for the next version of ColdFusion.

So, don’t wait any longer, just visit the URL below, and provide your feedback. The entire survey should take not more than a couple of minutes.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ColdFusionServer

Security update: Hotfixes available for ColdFusion

The title pretty much says it all. See the security bulletin for details. 

Cumulative Hot Fix 1 for ColdFusion 9 released

The first cumulative hot fix for ColdFusion 9 is released. See the technote for details.

Security Bulletin for ColdFusion

Just wanted to bring to your attention that an important security bulletin for ColdFusion 9 has been published at:

http://www.adobe.com/support/security/bulletins/apsb10-04.html 

 

Solution is available for potential ColdFusion information disclosure issue.

ColdFusion Cookbook – find and share code recipes

Some delectable news for all ColdFusion fans – especially, if you haven’t visited the Adobe Cookbooks page lately.

The Adobe Cookbooks application now has a dedicated ColdFusion Cookbook serving ColdFusion code recipes. And in less than two months, we’ve already crossed over a hundred recipes.

The ColdFusion Cookbook now makes it simple as ever to browse, view, and search for ColdFusion code recipes. If you don’t find a code recipe that you’re looking for, you can just request for that recipe. With the combined knowledge of the ColdFusion community and experts, it shouldn’t be long before the recipe you requested for is dished up.

To create or request a recipe, all you need is a valid Adobe ID. If you don’t have one, please take a few moments to register. To know additional details about the new Adobe Cookbooks application, read through this post in The ADC Blog.

So, here’s urging every ColdFusion developer out there to participate in this community application – be it by contributing, requesting, commenting, or rating the code recipes. As always, we greatly appreciate each and everyone’s participation!

Akbarsait pointed out that there’s another contest running to encourage cookbook contributions – and once a target of 200 contributions is reached, there’s going to be another drawing, with yet another chance to win more prizes! Details of the contest at Akbarsait’s blog: http://bit.ly/CFCBContest

So, what are you’ll waiting for?

 

Are you a ColdFusion developer who uses Flex?

Well, if you are, this post is just for you.

The Learning Resources group at Adobe is conducting a brief survey to learn more about how customers get information about using Flex. The many ColdFusion developers out there who use Flex, we’d be particularly interested in getting your feedback.

Click the link below to take a quick survey on the following topic:

Creating data-driven applications in Flash Builder 4

 

Thanks, in advance. We really appreciate your participation in this survey!

ColdFusion functions summary

This post is prompted by a user comment in the Adobe ColdFusion 9 CFML Reference asking for a single page listing all the ColdFusion functions.

 

Here’s a link to an HTML page that contains all the ColdFusion functions listed alphabetically:
ColdFusionFunctions.htm

A quick Ctrl+F on the page can help you search for a particular function. The ColdFusion functions are linked to the relevant Help pages in the CFML Ref.

 

The Power of ColdFusion ORM

Read this very interesting Adobe DevNet article (by Mark Ellis from Adobe) that talks of how you can leverage the power of ColdFusion ORM along with other Adobe technologies to build an enterprise micro-blogging solution.

The article also contains a link to a recorded MAX 2009 session on Adobe TV, where you can learn more! 

Before you deep-dive into the article, if you are looking for a primer on ColdFusion ORM, be sure to read through the ColdFusion ORM topic in the ColdFusion Developer Guide. It should help you get on to a better start!

Have you used the ColdFusion search engine?

Adobe Community Help provides a nifty custom search engine that enables you to find the best available ColdFusion resources.

 

You don’t have to limit your search to content produced by Adobe alone, you can search for articles, blogs, tutorials, and videos from ColdFusion community experts across the world.

 

 


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The ColdFusion search engine is available from the ColdFusion Help and Support page. Or, just click here, and get started!

 

Happy searching!