For a long while Railo has had a number of functions available for you to be able to modifyand work with collections such as Arrays, Structures and Queries. These functions take the format of Array*(), Struct*() and Query*().
With the launch of ColdFusion 10, we are back with the 2nd ColdFusion Developer Week, a series of free, live webinars hosted by seasoned ColdFusion experts. The webinars cover a wide range of topics, from what ColdFusion is and how to code it, to more in-depth topics related to CF10- HTML5, REST, ORM and Security enhancements.
If you are a new developer, someone with little or no ColdFusion experience, or even if you have been using ColdFusion all your life, these sessions are ideal for you. The ColdFusion Developer Week provides something for everyone so sign up now.
[UPDATE] The previous link was taken off-line by Adobe, so I replaced with a link to the ColdFusion Events page. There you may select an event and watch it with Adobe Connect, but you must logon to your Adobe account.
When we speak of the Domain-Oriented Programming and Problem as you see fit, usually passes through a superficial understanding of the subject.
So I decided to write in a more practical about it and implement some solutions based on Domain-Oriented Programming.
To start, let’s define what we will have a new layer in our application. And this layer is called the Domain.
Let the diagram would look like layers of our programming.
This article is the third in our new series that introduces new, useful and freely available tools and techniques, developed and released by active members of the Web design community.
The first article covered PrefixFree; the second introduced Foundation, a responsive framework that helps you build prototypes and production code.
This time, we’re presenting Sisyphus.js, a library developed by Alexander Kaupanin to provide Gmail-like client-side drafts and a bit more.
Read the article and code here.
Came to an end the fight Google x Oracle, at least in the courts.
This is because a California jury today declared the innocence of the search company, on charges of patents infringement of the Java language to develop the Android operating system.
According to the website The Verge, the ten members of the jury agreed unanimously that Oracle has not proved any of his accusations that Google had infringed the patents of Java to develop for Android tablets and smartphones.
Google issued a statement on the decision:
“The sentence that Android does not infringe patents of Oracle is a victory not only for Google, but for the entire Android ecosystem.”
Translated from Olhar Digital
The foundation of “The Railo Company”.
Gert Franz, CEO of Railo Technologies said at the cf.Objective() Conference:
This is a watershed moment for Railo as we can now promise the continued quality and innovation that has marked Railo’s development to date and ensure the global market that Railo is here to stay.
I am very happy with the newly founded Railo company and the trust the investing companies around the world put into us. It will give us the unique opportunity to guarantee the existence of CFML for the next 10-15 years. Lots of companies have invested heavily into CFML, trained and educated their staff and released lots of software based on CFML.
This venture allows them to continue trusting what I truly think is the best development platform for the web.
Read the entire article here.