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Adobe CFML

Adobe ColdFusion is the commercial ColdFusion Markup Language, more commonly known as CFML, is a scripting language for web development that runs on the JVM, the .NET framework, and Google App Engine. CFML like Lucee and Railo are open source.

 

ColdFusion was written in C and C++ until version 6.0 then the first Java-based version of ColdFusion was released in 2002. Before that Blue Dragon was the first Java implementation of the CFML language. Licensed BlueDragon around 2001 and made it available as a commercial product, eventually creating a .NET implementation of CFML. Open BlueDragon is a fork of the commercial BlueDragon product and was first released in 2008.

 

Why Adobe CFML?

  • Client and server cache management
  • Simplified database access
  • Client-side code generation, form widgets and validation
  • Conversion from HTML to PDF
  • Data retrieval from common enterprise systems
  • File indexing and searching service based on Apache Solr
  • GUI administration
  • Server clustering & Task scheduling
  • Adobe ColdFusion Version

    The latest version is Adobe ColdFusion (2016 release), Codenamed: Raijin (and known generically as ColdFusion 2016) was released on February 16, 2016.

    Few New features in all editions (Standard, Enterprise, and Developer) include:

  • Simplified file manipulation including raster graphics (and CAPTCHA) and zip archives (introduction of video manipulation is planned in a future release)
  • Simplified web service implementation
  • Language enhancements
  • Command Line Interface (CLI)
  • PDF generation enhancements
  • Security enhancements
  • External session storage (Redis)
  • Swagger document generation
  • NTLM support
  • API Manager

    ColdFusion originated as proprietary technology based on Web technology industry standards. However, it is becoming a less closed technology through the availability of competing products.

 

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Coldfusion CFQUERY serializeJSON with key and value

Admin User | Jan, 28 2019

Development techniques are varied depend on developer, somewhat many techniques remains undocumented until developer shares it. Let us share something about CFQUERY in Lucee CFML. Modern web apps are moving on Ajax based development includes AngularJS, ReactJS, VeuJS and a few more.   API solution primarily requires JSON based response (It is not about XML), JSON based response to convert CFQUERY object into JSON object. While converting into JSON using SerializeJSON() function,

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Admin User | Jan, 02 2019

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Deploying Lucee on Docker

Admin User | Dec, 31 2018

Finally, decided to play with Docker and Lucee for one of our project which we are trying to move eventually in Linux platform and believe me it was fun. Here are steps to getting started with Lucee, Docker and Window 10.  Download dockers windows version from https://www.docker.com/docker-windows and install it by following the user-friendly wizard. Once installed you should see Docker icon loaded with containers

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Admin User | Dec, 31 2018

Hi folks, There are lots of testing frameworks available for Test-driven development (TDD). Most of them are of xUnit family. Recently I had gone through three most popular testing frameworks for ColdFusion. CFUnit CFCUnit MXUnit After using all three, I decided to post a comparison of them. Information may be inaccurate, Corrections are always acceptable.

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Writing Test Cases using TestBox for ColdFusion Application

Admin User | Dec, 31 2018

There are multiple testing techniques we use for software code testing, most common are Unit Testing, Model Testing, Functional Testing, Handler Testing, System Testing, Regression Testing etc. Usually full testing to follow by writing specific test cases as depend on testing technique and tools that you use.   Testing for Coldfusion software application can be done through "TestBox" - A testing framework for ColdFusion (CFML) that provide a clean syntax to write test cases

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