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by Dan Skaggs
In this session, Raymond will cover a broad range of topics on features and capabilities of ColdFusion you may not be aware of. He will cover the tags, functions, and server administration tools that you have now but may not truly appreciate for all they can do.
Hyper-Text Markup Language or HTML was originally a specification for CERN researchers to use and share documents. Most of us today are less concerned with creating sets of hyperlinked documents, than we are with creating a full “application-like” experience from the browser. AngularJS, a Google Code project, aims to simplify and organize the creating clean, testable, readable web applications on the client side.
Points to cover:
What AngularJS is and is not.
How AngularJS complements JQuery
Two way data binding
Declarative DOM manipulation
Separation of concerns
Promotes test driven development
Now you have finished your site and someone asked you the question: How many users can we serve before we need more power and muscle on our server environment? Good question! And if you don't know how to find that out, how to measure it, and find the bottle necks, come to this session. You’ll find out how to get started and learn more about tools for Coldfusion application load testing and how to use them.
What I mean when I talk about load testing.
Measuring Tools For Coldfusion Apps - Quick Review
How to create traffic - JMeter to the Rescue
Create Scenarios & Review Reports, Analyze Behavior
Tweak & Repeat
The latest releases of Flash Builder and Flex are all about mobile. For the first time it is possible to create high performance mobile Flex apps across Android and IOS. This hands-on-Lab session (bring your own laptop) will take you through the basics of building and deploying applications on to these devices. The in's and out's of the framework will be discussed, as well as how to properly target both Android and IOS with these tools.
Anticipated Duration: Sunday Sept 18th 10:00 – 14:00 -- 3.0 hours with (1) 15min break + Lunch; break @11:00am; Lunch @12-1; resume 1pm – 2pm; more time as needed after 2pm for questions
by Daria Norris
Caching is such a deep and complex subject that it can be difficult to know where to begin. This session will cover the basics of caching in ColdFusion from using page and query caching to using CFCs to cache data and functions into a persistent scope to create a service, as well as the new caching functions in ColdFusion 9. We will discuss the pros and cons of each solution and workarounds for caching and refreshing the cache as you need it. You'll be amazed at the difference caching can make for your websites.
PayPal's flexible APIs enable you to integrate P2P or split payments, donations, subscriptions and micro payments for both physical and digital goods. In this session, you'll get a close look at the PayPal APIs and how to integrate them into web and mobile applications powered by ColdFusion.
When there was just a browser the attack vectors on a system were simple. But, with mobile, AIR, and now set top development, the number of vectors is growing. This in itself is not the issue. The problem is that for most applications security is an after thought. If any security is added it is usually to protect form submission. In this session we will look at the anatomy of an attack. We will look at some basic examples of how secure code is not. We discuss good and bad practices on what will and will not work when protecting your application. We will look at ways to know you are being attacked. We will also dispel some common misconceptions of what is secure.
Look at using free CloudPointe account services and their RESTful API to do programmatic integration of your custom CFML and Flex apps to read and exchange data with enterprise storage platforms, including SharePoint, Google Docs, and Amazon S3.
Learn how to extend ColdFusion Builder by creating extensions.
Give a second life for your applications with a second/third/Nth language(s)/user base(s). Create a multi lingual application to extend your target group. Do it right on the right time with right techniques and prevent any possible future scalability problems. You will be amazed that how easy it is and you will love it! This presentation will explain the theory of creating multi-language applications and methods in ColdFusion with best practices. The main goals will be explaining the theory behind multi-language applications, defining requirements and solutions, and providing best practices with code samples.
17th–18th September 2011