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Did You Realize That ColdFusion Is 20 Years Old?

While we’re a few months early, 2015 marks the 20th anniversary of ColdFusion. The first version was released on July 2, 1995. The platform, which spawned the CFML programming language, was invented by Jeremy and JJ Allaire. It was originally designed to make connecting HTML pages to databases easier, but went on to become a full platform including an integrated …

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Here’s What’s In ColdFusion 11 & ColdFusion Builder 3

Adobe recently announced new versions of ColdFusion Server and ColdFusion builder – ColdFusion 11 and ColdFusion Builder 3. “ColdFusion 11 along with ColdFusion Builder 3 gives you a unique end-to-end workflow for mobile application development addressing the challenges associated with building, testing, debugging and deploying enterprise class mobile applications – both web based as well as installed mobile apps,” said …

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ColdFusion 10 Updated, Complaints Arise

Adobe released Update 13 for ColdFusion 10 earlier this month as a way to add support for Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks. It also addressed a bug directly related to Mac OS X 10.9 by fixing the apache connector on the new operating system. As is the case with most software updates, people aren’t satisfied. Upon announcing the update, the …

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FBI Anonymous Hackers Net Over 100k Employees’ Info

Reuters and the Atlantic Wire reported today about hacktivist collective Anonymous, which utilized backdoor entry to gain access to over 100,000 government employees’ information. It all started last year, but we learned about it when 28-year-old Lauri Love, a British hacker loosely associated with Anonymous, was arrested in October for stealing the information. Love’s hacking team had installed backdoor malware …

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Adobe Recommends Reinstalling Java To Fix ColdFusion Installer Errors

Java is a basic requisite for many Web applications. Unfortunately, Oracle sometimes pushes out an update that either lacks proper security fixes or prevents an application from installing. Adobe says the latest update affected its ColdFusion installer and has offered a fix. In a post on the ColdFusion blog, Adobe’s Krishna Reddy says the latest Java update prevents the ColdFusion …

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ColdFusion Whitepaper Details Future Iterations In Software Roadmap

Adobe is making headlines this week with its controversial decision to discontinue development of Creative Suite in favor of Creative Cloud, but that’s not all we’re seeing from its annual MAX Conference. ColdFusion, Adobe’s Web development software, is the subject of a recent whitepaper that details where the software is at and where it’s headed in the future. Adobe sponsored …

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Adobe Announces Pre-Release For New Coldfusion 10 Platforms

Adobe announced a few days ago that it has opened up for a short pre-release to get feedback on the support for new platforms for Coldfusion 10. Adobe’s Rakshith Naresh shared the following program description: The ColdFusion 10 – New Platform Support Prerelease program is intended to get feedback from the pre-release participants on the new platforms that we are …

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Have You Addressed That Coldfusion Fix Yet?

Last month, Adobe released a fix for a Coldfusion security vulnerability. On the Adobe Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT) blog, Adobe posted: Today, a Security Bulletin (APSB12-21) has been posted in regards to a security hotfix for Adobe ColdFusion 10 and earlier versions for Windows, Macintosh and UNIX. Adobe recommends users update their product installation using the instructions provided …

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Adobe ColdFusion 10 Launches With Increased HTML5 Support

After coming off of the successful launch of Creative Suite 6, Adobe has not been resting on its laurels. They’re back again with another product release that should go hand-in-hand with CS6’s HTML5 features. Adobe announced today that ColdFusion 10 is available to Web developers. If you’re familiar with ColdFusion, then you should know that it’s Adobe’s server side technology …

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