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Razuna Workflow Plugin – Now Available to Hosted DAM Customers

Aug 20, 2014 11:24 AM
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As part of Razuna 1.6 we launched the workflow plugin, which allows you to automate a number of tasks. I have previously written a blog post to highlight some of the possibilities with the workflow plugin. Since then we have seen a wave of creativity amongst our customers, as they have taken the workflow plugin for a spin. […] (translate)

Innovation to solve business problems

Aug 20, 2014 7:24 AM
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As a provider of IT solutions to government and private organizations, Digicon leverages Adobe ColdFusion to give itself a unique competitive advantage. Specifically, Digicon uses ColdFusion to build modules for internal implementation, then rapidly provision and host the results commercially.   “Our ability to build applications in ColdFusion and quickly deliver them to customers gives us a huge advantage over competitors who use other development environments,” says Mark DeLaney, senior application developer at Digicon.   Successful projects include a youth summer job program in which Digicon replaced 50 paper forms with a new digital application system. The web-based system can (translate)

Ionic releases an easier path to Cordova / Android development

Aug 19, 2014 11:21 PM
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I promise - I'm not turning into a complete Ionic fan boy, but if you want to call me an unofficial evangelist for them (especially since I don't do that for Adobe anymore), I certainly won't mind. This weekend I was working on the book I'm writing covering Cordova, and as part of that process I worked through the complete setup for doing Cordova development with Android. Most of the time I use iOS but for the book I wanted a platform anyone could use. In fact, I specifically did my testing in Windows since I know that many people (translate)

The City of Munich — Switching Back to Windows from Linux?

Aug 19, 2014 7:22 PM
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"Not Invented Here" Syndrome is clearly part of the issue with the City of Munich, Germany installations of Linux and their cry to switch back to Windows after 10 years. Continue reading → (translate)

ColdFusion Per-Application Datasources Don't Work In The OnApplicationEnd() Event Handler

Aug 19, 2014 1:22 PM
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Ben Nadel demonstrates that the per-application datasource doesn't work in the onApplicationEnd() event handler in the ColdFusion application framework.... (translate)

Lazy loading AngularJS components using Providers

Aug 19, 2014 11:22 AM
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I've been working on an Angular project for sometime now and I usually run across issues when building the application. In most of the example applications that I've seen, all application script files are loaded upfront i.e. all JavaScript files are loaded when the user accesses application. I get annoyed by this approach; why should all the components be loaded upfront when the probability of user accessing the entire application is very less. How does one architect a multi-page application using Angular? What would be the size of the application after minifying all the JavaScript files. Most importantly how does (translate)

Enabling Leading Wildcard Search In Coldfusion

Aug 19, 2014 9:24 AM
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In the current version of Solr supported by Coldfusion, leading wildcard search is not supported by default. A ’*’ as the leading character in a search will not work.  For example this code : <cfsearch collection="new" name="x" criteria="*title*" categorytree="books/history/english"> Will throw an error : There was a problem while attempting to perform a search. Error executing query : org.apache.lucene.queryParser.ParseException: Cannot parse '*title*': '*' or '?' not allowed as first character in WildcardQuery   Workaround for this is to tweak schema.xm of the collection and add ReversedWildcardFilterFactory  filter. To enable "*criteria*" kinda search go to schema.xml file of the corresponding collection and (translate)

Installing Current And Previous Packages Via NPM

Aug 18, 2014 11:21 PM
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When coming from Java/CFML to Node.js one of the first tools you come across is the package manager. This allows you to download/add packages globally to your environment or locally to your project (locally is the default way). How to locally install a package If you had a single project that used Coffee Script you should change your current directory to your application root directory and run $ npm install coffee-script. This will grab you the latest copy, create a node_modules directory, only if it doesn’t already exist, and install the coffe-script module within it. How to globally install a (translate)

PhoneGap/Cordova Example - Getting File Metadata (and an update to the FAQ)

Aug 18, 2014 11:21 PM
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I decided to move my PhoneGap/Cordova FileSystem FAQ from a Google Doc to my Cordova Examples repository. I figured this would make it a bit easier for folks to edit and simpler for me to commit those changes. You can find the FAQ here: PhoneGap Cordova File System FAQ In doing so I decided to quickly knock out one of the questions - how to get metadata about files. This is rather trivial, so my demo app is rather trivial, but hopefully it will help folks. The basic gist is - once you have a FileEntry object, you can then (translate)

★ Database as a Storage (DBaaS) vs. Thick Database

Aug 18, 2014 3:22 PM
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A recent addition to my Oracle PL/SQL library is the book Oracle PL/SQL Performance Tuning Tips & Techniques by Michael Rosenblum and Dr. Paul Dorsey. I agree with Steven Feuerstein’s review that “if you write PL/SQL or are responsible for tuning the PL/SQL code written by someone else, this book will give you a broader, […] (translate)

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