The only thing “Stagnant” about ColdFusion is this blog, or should I say, WAS this blog! It’s been 2 long years since I last posted on InFused and I’m happy to report today changes all that. I remember begging SitePoint to let me take this blog over from David Medlock back in May of 2004, […]
Not 100% ColdFusion but worth a mention
Yes I know it’s been quiet around here. I’m trying to move away from a “finding news” to a “making news” blog. So posts will start to be more unique in the coming days / weeks. I just got copies of the DEVNET from Macromedia as well as Contribute 3 so expect to see my […]
CFHTTP and DNS Caching
Tom Jordahl is a Macromedia Server Development Engineer and he’s just blogged about CFHTTP caching DNS Queries. Apparently people were blaming the CFHTTP tag for caching the DNS queries forever, or at least until you restarted the CFMX services. Tom did some digging and found the culprit is actually the JAVA InetAddress class (which MM […]
Man has it been crazy around my office. We are about to start a project which has to be completed in 30 days. This is design, development, Q&A, Training, and Live release. While this isn’t a problem for us, it does mean some wicked hours and work schedules for the next month. The project is […]
You looking at me?
Ok this goes out to all you ColdFusion people who have a lick of talent, which based on this readership is everyone! Did you know SitePoint pays for ColdFusion articles? That’s right you can write an article on a ColdFusion topic and you’ll get cold hard cash, ok it won’t be cold or hard because […]
Another CF Blogger
Damon Cooper is now blogging. He’s the for Director of Engineering for Coldfusion at Macromedia. He just started out so his posts are sporadic and few but if he’s like anything like Tim we should expect to see great things.
Encrypt your entire site
One of the great things about ColdFusion is the ability to encrypt your code so you can have some level of secruity when you sell it or give it out. CFEncode.exe is included with all CF servers so there is no extra “cost”, other than time. Thanks to a link on Andy’s blog I’ve now […]
DB Slowdown after migrating from CF5 to CFMX?
If you’ve noticed a significant drop in your Database calls AND you migrated from CF5 to CFMX then you might want to read this TechNote released today. Basically it has to do with a flag being set improperly. A simple check and uncheck fixes the issue for now.
New Article! Installing CFMX
Woot! Got a new article published which walks you step by step on setting up CFMX 6.1 (pre updater) with Apache 2.x on your Windows computer / server. Check it out.
Install And Configure ColdFusion MX 6.1 on Windows
Are you a ColdFusion convert? Now’s your chance to get on board as Eric shows how to install ColdFusion 6.1, and explains the steps involved in setting up a ColdFusion Development server on your home computer.